Hello BSTRobin, thanks for the answer. I'm using a CJMCU-680 module. I don't know if it's a new chip. Anyway, the sensor has been in operation for more than three days. Obviously, I can't post all data. I've noticed that putting the sensor in a bad enviroment it only takes a few minutes for reach 2 IAQ accuracy value and then 3. But when the sensor is left back in the first environment after a while, it return to 2 and then 1 of accuracy and sometimes directly from 3 to 1. I supposed that it's a "trick" for achieve a trusted IAQ value in less time, but it isn't a good solution for me. The timestamp log, as I said in the first post, it's the time the value have been sent to a server, but the BME680 "run()" function in the program, is called every 300 seconds with some miliseconds of error (10 maximum). I know it because I can see the timestamp in the serial monitor. In order to improve this, what is the maximum error that is permited ? And what did you mean with "test with severeal devices". Several BME680 or several MCU. For this time, I only have one BME680. The data I'll share you is a part of the last 4 days in which it can be seen the change from 3 to 1. Now almost 3 days later it still continues to present a 1 IAQ accuracy value. What are you thinking is the problem ? Thank you. Daniel.
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Hi all, I work for a company that makes IoT solutions and we have developing a open source library in order to permit users to develop their personal solutions. We make the library with library dependencies from GitHub so that the libraries are automated added depends the sensor or utilities the users are going to use. We are interested on include the BME680 with the BSEC software with the last release. In this case, there isn't a GitHub repository but you have to download from the BOSCH website. We know that already exist a GitHub repository for Arduino development but in others posts it has been said to have a bug and it's recommended use the last release from website. I want to know if it's possible to make a GitHub reposiotry from the new release. Obviously with all rights reserved to BOSCH and no change on it or if we have to tell our users to get library from the website which can lead to not being able to add the BME680 sensor in our library. Best regards, Daniel
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