I'm a software engineer working on theoretical things in my daily work. Lately I wanted to connect a pressure sensor, like this one, to a digital device that I can program, so that I can constantly read pressure sensors output and then do stuff depending on what pressure data I read in.
I was thinking about going for the Arduino for that, but feel free to suggest alternatives, as I don't have prior experience with Arduino so far.
In the link above it only says "Output signal: analog". I have unfortunately no education in electrical engineering so my question is if can I connect such a sensor to Arduino (or similar devices)? Do I need to do some soldering? I guess that there must be some kind of protocol that the output signal must adhere to (I have read Arduino support GPIO)?
Sensor part number in case link dies: RP-S40 Thin Film Pressure Sensor