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Hello,
we want to start a new project, which called project potato. So we need an barometric sensor to measure up to 70 bars. Can anyone tell me, where I can find it ?
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Hmmm. Does this go in the Potato Cannon??
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Yes, but a little one. We want to start a school project. So we need some things to do that and we can't find the barometric sensor.
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It can also be a sensor to measure up to 40bars
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It also has to have fast response to 'see' the explosion.
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Well you do not need to restrict your search to just 'barometric' sensors, simple pressure sensors that cover the same pressure range are just as useful, and probably cheaper.

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Barometric sensors will be broken at 40 bars.    Most of them claim to measure in the range of about 0.05 to 1.1 bars.

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