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I've spent a lot of time searching for a sensor that's capable of such a range, but they are hard to find or really expensive. Any thoughts about splitting the tube with a T-connector and using a positive sensor (e.g. MPXV5050GC6T1) in parallel with the one you suggested? Off course then I would have to read 8 analog inputs...
Hi, great instructable!Is it possible to measure positive pressure with this? For example when you have an intake valve that's not closing completely and you get a backpressure from the cylinder?Or would you have to use a differente sensor to achieve this? A -50kPa to +'anything' sensor basically?
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