programmable air pressure switch

Hello,

I'm looking for a programmable air pressure switch.

I am trying to build the following setup, and thought perhaps arduino platform could help me with it:

step 1:
measure person's Blood Pressure, with a standard Omron Cuff based device.

step 2:
read systolic value from Omron device (e.g 120 mmHg)

step 3:
adjust programmable air pressure switch to a threshold of the value from step 2 + 100 mmHg (e.g 220 mmHg).

Can some one help please?

Let me know if there is a more relevant forum for my thread.

Thanks!

gmoose2:
I am trying to build the following setup, and thought perhaps arduino platform could help me with it:

step 1:
measure person's Blood Pressure, with a standard Omron Cuff based device.

Any role for the Arduino in this step? Or is it just "press the button to start and the Omron does the job"?

step 2:
read systolic value from Omron device (e.g 120 mmHg)

No problem, provided a suitable interface is available on the device (please provide data sheet).

step 3:
adjust programmable air pressure switch to a threshold of the value from step 2 + 100 mmHg (e.g 220 mmHg).

Again no problem, provided your switch has a suitable control interface (please provide data sheet).

Thank you wvmarle.

My main question is about step 3. I am trying to find the right pressure switch that have a control interface which I could control via arduino.