Professor Chuan Wang’s lab is developing a flexible pressure sensor using printed electronics techniques. Currently, they read data from the sensor by physically connecting it to a large, expensive semiconductor device analyzer, but they would like a simpler, more portable way to take readings during testing. The sensor is, in essence, a variable resistor, so we designed a device, slightly larger than the size of a cell phone, that interprets the resistance as a pressure reading and sends it out via Bluetooth Low Energy. The device has a voltage divider connected to an ADC feeding into a programmed microcontroller board with integrated bluetooth. Our device was designed so that, with few hardware modifications and some minor software adjustments, it can perform its intended function for other similar sensors, such as a temperature sensor. The sensor itself is still in development, so our goal was not to achieve a truly accurate pressure reading; rather, we worked to correctly read the resistance of the sensor, map that resistance to a pressure based on a curve provided by Professor Wang’s lab, and send those readings out over BLE.