First of all, sorry, this is not a duplicate post, I just posted it before, but with the wrong account . I deleted the posts, but it takes 24h before they disapears, and I had to change the title a bit because the forum I used it before, sorryyyyy. So, here the question:
For a project, I need to mesure the negative pressure / the succion of small pumps. They are small pumps, with a max succion of probably 500 mmHg (lets even say 1000 mmHg just to be sure). I also need it to capture a lot of data points per seconds, as I want to map the succion patterns with quite a big precision (probably 200 data points per second is ok). I will have to connect the pump to the sensor via a tube, or may be a props to act as the thing the pump is supposed to suck in real life. In another example I saw on a Raspberry (cannot access the specs, too bad), The tube seems to be integrated with the sensor, is there such a thing?
I have a Genuino Uno R3 (from a starter kit), I can probably get around the coding part, but I am completely newbie to the sensor part. I need advice on what I could buy to capture the measures, then I will try to connect it and will probably need advice when I get confused about the cables etc ^_^.
Thanks in advance fo your help!