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A constant flow (non-pulsing) solution is the aim, but along the way we want to verify and allow existing solutions and DIY designs to be used if the results are acceptable.
So if a small damping chamber smooths out the CP and still retains 1/10 second control or better the injector version should be retained as an entry level DIY option

The trace below is with 1cc of air introduced to the metering block and it self bleeding over 60 seconds. no other changes
As you can see the CP is quite stable at the left and varying by 4kpa or 0.04 bar, with a good quick response to two throttle blips.
At the right as the air bleeds off we lose the damping and begin the hard swings
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