Provides a barometer gauge, which measures atmospheric pressure. A barometer is a widely used weather instrument that measures atmospheric pressure (also known as air pressure or barometric pressure) -- the weight of the air in the atmosphere. It is one of the basic sensors included in weather stations.
Use the Parts property to specify which parts (frame, backface, glass, hands, etc) of the gauge to render.
Barometric pressure can be reported in any one of the below units of measure:
• Inches of Mercury (inHg) - Used mainly in the United States.
• Millibars (mb) - Used by meteorologists.
• Pascals (Pa) - The SI unit of pressure, used worldwide.
• Atmospheres (Atm) - Air pressure at sea level at a temperature of 59 °F (15 °C)