I'm looking to upgrade the barometric pressure sensor on a weather station project I am working on (using a Raspberry Pi), and am looking for some advice on if, and how, a certain sensor I have picked out can be read by it.
The sensor I'm hoping to use is the SB-100 from Apogee Instruments (https://www.apogeeinstruments.com/barometric-pressure/)
However, I am not the most experienced in electronics, so looking at the manual has thrown up some questions about the ability to actually use this sensor with the Raspberry Pi.
The manual (https://www.apogeeinstruments.com/conte ... manual.pdf - from page 8 to 9) says that it produces an output from 0 to 5 volts, but the Raspberry Pi only accepts input up to 3.3v. Does this mean I will be unable to use the sensor here, or do I need extra circuitry to make the whole range available? The manual also says that I need to be able to measure millivolt signals (from 100 to 4800 millivolts). Is this too fine a value to measure, as I have read that it is?
Is this a sensor I can use with the Raspberry Pi? If so, how would I go about doing so?