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I like to measure and log the pressure in waterpipes at my home. The maximum pressure is 5 bar.
I'am looking for suggestions for an affordable solution for witch sensor i can build in the circuit.

Secundo : I need also a flowmeter that I can use under 6 bar and 10000 l/hr.

Thanks for suggestions!
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i think the Hygrosens DRTR-AL-20MA-R10B might be able to measure the bar in your pipes. I don't know for sure though...
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Have a look on EBAY for Digital Pressure transducer - works with adc to give you what you want - you can buy them in a range of pressure variations.

I use a couple on my car with a picaxe microcontroller to tell me fuel pressure levels

Craig
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