Differential pressure transducers - data reading

Hello, I am looking for a differential pressure transducer for the lab core flooding setup. We are interested in the low-range dP meter, for example https://www.digikey.ch/en/products/detail/te-connectivity-measurement-specialties/D5154-000002-3-5BD/5277301 in the range of 0 to 3.5 or 0 to 7 bar. With this I have a question - how can I read the data from these sensors? Do I need additional equipment/software for that?
Also, if there are sensors, better suitable for our case (we will be working mostly with brines of various salinities), I would appreciate the advice.
Thank you for the reply.

Welcome to the forum.

You don’t want a bare differential pressure sensor/transducer, you want a differential pressure meter/gauge (aka manometer). Otherwise you’ll have to design the indicator portion of the meter/gauge yourself.

Most industrial/scientific instrument suppliers carry them, and many versions are also available from the big-box industrial parts and equipment suppliers like Grainger and McMaster-Carr.

I think this search shows what Digi-Key offers.

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