- Great for altitude and weather measurements
- Comes with a metal port
- Measure absolute pressure 0 to 25 PSI
- Compatible with any kind of microcontroller or microcomputer, from an Arduino compatible to Raspberry Pi
We stock a few barometric pressure sensors, great for altitude and weather measurements. This pressure sensor is special because it comes with a metal port! Unlike other pressure sensors, you can easily attach a tube to it, to measure air pressure inside a close space. In particular we think this would be a great sensor for use with making DIY assistive tech "Sip & Puff" interfaces, or measuring the pressure within a vacuum chamber or other pressurized container.
Unlike most ported pressure sensors, this one uses I2C, it's really easy to use with any microcontroller. Inside is a silicone-gel covered pressure sensing gauge with a pre-calibrated and compensated 24 bit ADC. You can measure absolute pressure 0 to 25 PSI, which is a great range since ambient pressure here on Earth is about 14.5 PSI.
This nice sensor is on a breakout board with 3.3V power regulation and level shifting so you can use it with any kind of microcontroller or microcomputer, from an Arduino compatible to Raspberry Pi
Uses I2C address 0x18
0 to 25 absolute PSI measurement range
Port size: 3.7mm x 2.5mm
Size: 17.8mm x 16.7mm x 7.5mm / 0.7" x 0.7" x 0.3"
Weight: 1.1g / 0.0oz
Tubing not included