This is the Vernier Gas Pressure Sensor, an easy to operate tool that can be used to monitor pressure changes of a gaseous element. The range on this Vernier sensor is wide enough to perform pressure vs. volume (Boyleâ€™s law) experiments yet it is sensitive enough to conduct vapor-pressure or pressure-temperature experiments.
These Gas Pressure Sensors offer the user to test in a pressure range of 0 to 2.1 atm (0 to 210 kPa) to a max of 4 atm. Driving this sensor is the Honeywell SSCMRNN030PAAA5 pressure transducer, a fully capable piezoresistive silicon pressure chip that more than meets the requirements for any teacher, student, or enthusiast who uses this Vernier add-on.
Vernier Software and Technology has been a leader in data collection and analysis for educators world-wide. They were amongst the first companies to design and promote the use of computers, sensors, and data collection in K-12 classroom laboratory experiments.
**Note:** Due to manufacturerâ€™s restrictions, we can only ship these to the USA. Sorry world!
* 1x Vernier Gas Pressure Sensor
* 1x Two-Way Valve
* 1x 18\" Tygon Tubing
* 1x 20 mL syringe
* 1x Tapered valve connector inserted into a No. 1 stopper
* 2x Tapered valve connectors inserted into a No. 5 stopper
* Pressure Range: 0 to 2.1 atm (0 to 210 kPa or 0 to 1600 mm Hg)
* Maximum Pressure: 4 atm
* Resolution: 0.0006 atm (0.06 kPa or 0.45 mm Hg)
* Response Time: 100 microseconds
* [User Manual](https://cdn.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Sensors/Pressure/gps-bta.pdf)
* [Arduino and Vernier Sensors](http://www.vernier.com/engineering/arduino/)
* [Datasheet](https://cdn.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Sensors/Pressure/SSCMRNN030PAAA5.pdf) (SSCMRNN030PAAA5)
* [Product Page](http://www.vernier.com/products/sensors/gps-bta/)
* [GitHub](https://github.com/VernierSoftwareTechnology/arduino) (Example Code)
* [Product Video](https://www.sparkfun.com/videos#all/fRPEnFqhlmQ/166)