Fullele Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with 4 External
What’s the Point of Tire Pressure Monitoring?
Tire pressure often affects handling characteristics, which is the
primary reasoning that governments have used to legislate the use
of these systems. Underinflated tires can contribute to increased
braking distances, poor lateral stability, and other issues. If a
tire is sufficiently low on air, it can even overheat and fail
catastrophically. When that happens at high speeds, the results can
There is also an economic reasoning behind tire pressure monitoring
that should appeal to any budget-minded car owner. Underinflation
can have an adverse affect on gas mileage and tread wear, so
keeping your tires properly inflated can save you money over time.
If your tires are underinflated by 10 percent, you’ll typically
experience about a 1 percent reduction in fuel efficiency.
That might not seem like a lot, but it has a cumulative effect.
|Tire Pressure Detection Range||100-900kpa (±10kpa)|
|Tire Temperature Detection Range||-30℃-80℃|
|Accuracy Of Tire Temperature||±3℃|
|Bluetooth Working Frequency||BLE4.0 2.4GHz|
|Bluetooth Transmit Power||0dBm MAX|
|Display Mode||APP (TPMS) for install (support Android 4.3+ & IOS 7.1+)|
|Working humidity||95% MAX|
|Battery Life||400 days or above|
Tires provide the foundation for comfortable, safe and
fuel-efficient driving – if they are inflated properly. It seems simple but without a tire
pressure monitoring system (TPMS), drivers took tires for granted and proper
inflation was not the norm. Enter governments around the world. With proven technology to effectively monitor tire pressure and warn drivers of
problems, regulations have emerged in essentially every region to require
carmakers to have a TPMS in many classes of vehicles.
Based on having the pressure sensing, microcontroller (MCU), radio
frequency (RF) and interface technologies required for TPMS, Freescale Semiconductor has been
actively involved in tire pressure monitoring for over 15 years. Rather than continue to only
offer separate components, its technologies were combined into a single package solution in 2007.
Most recently, improvements have provided a newer single-package solution that takes advantages
of advancements in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and MCU technology and
expands the performance of the integrated solution. This white paper addresses the
requirements of tire pressure monitoring systems and variations in implementing them as well as the latest
technology for a system-in-package solution and a discussion about advancements that could occur in
the near future.
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