BME680

The BME680 is the first gas sensor that integrates high-linearity and high-accuracy gas, pressure, humidity and temperature sensors. It is especially developed for mobile applications and wearables where size and low power consumption are critical requirements. The BME680 guarantees - depending on the specific operating mode - optimized consumption, long-term stability and high EMC robustness. In order to measure air quality for personal wellbeing the gas sensor within the BME680 can detect a broad range of gases such as volatile organic compounds (VOC).

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