Need help for low pressure sensor

I am new to arduino and pressure sensor. I need your help in finding a low pressure sensors with range 1-2kPa that can be used with arduino micro-controller. Really appreciated your help!

Any 0..5V analog and any I2C digital sensor pressure sensor can be connected to Arduino.

e.g. - http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?SKU=1891413&MER=bn-me-pd-r3-cust-all-2 -

Farnell gives you the option to refine searches, you start with pressure sensor or so.

robtillaart: Any 0..5V analog and any I2C digital sensor pressure sensor can be connected to Arduino.

e.g. - http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?SKU=1891413&MER=bn-me-pd-r3-cust-all-2 -

Farnell gives you the option to refine searches, you start with pressure sensor or so.

Thanks Rob, but I still could not find a suitable sensor with the range 1-2kPa

This one - http://www.ge-mcs.com/en/pressure-mems/mems-sensors/nph-series-novasensor-solid-state-low-pressure.html -
??

or this - http://uk.farnell.com/ge-measurement-control-ge-sensing/nph-8-002-5gh/pressure-sensor-2-5kpa/dp/1862056 -

robtillaart:
This one - http://www.ge-mcs.com/en/pressure-mems/mems-sensors/nph-series-novasensor-solid-state-low-pressure.html -
??

or this - http://uk.farnell.com/ge-measurement-control-ge-sensing/nph-8-002-5gh/pressure-sensor-2-5kpa/dp/1862056 -

Thanks a lot, Rob! Besides the measuring range and the operating voltage of the sensor, what other specifications are important when we selecting sensors?

Btw, why I cannot find the resolution of the sensor in Datasheet?

Keep in mind that you also have to determine from the datasheet if the specific pressure sensor is compatible with the media you are trying to measure. Most all of the inexpensive ones work only with dry air (or other non-corrosive gases).

Lefty