Hello Robin, yes - I am the developer of https://picockpit.com (the webinterface for the Raspberry Pi). We are indeed stuck at a point for our next App, the BME688 Digital Nose App - there is some problem with the correct configuration of the BSEC. My colleague currently is not able to make it work, as all parameters which he submits are rejected as invalid. Would it be possible to get either some sample code of how to drive the BSEC to be able to use classification, specifically for the sample rate? Thanks Max
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Hello everyone 🙂 We've developed an App which can be used for free to monitor the BME688 and BME688 Sensors on the Raspberry Pi - anywhere from the world. Linechart View Gauge view, see important parameters at a glance We fully support the BSEC, so you'll get access to all advanced parameters such as eCO2, etc. We have charts in place, which allow you to see the measurement values (air temperature, gas resistance, etc. ) over time. Here's a list of all parameters which are supported by PiCockpit's BME688 AirMeter App (in advanced mode): air humidity air humidity (raw) air pressure air quality (IAQ) air quality (IAQ) accuracy air temperature air temperature (raw) breath VOC equivalent breath VOC equivalent accuracy CO2 equivalent CO2 equivalent accuracy comp gas value comp gas value accuracy gas percentage gas percentage accuracy gas resistance (raw) sample number static IAQ (raw) static IAQ accuracy timestamp We've also developed a nice breakout board for the BME688: Read more about the BME688 breakout board here. Your Feedback? Please give me input on what you think about the app & whether there's any other extra features you'd like to see in it?
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