Vesafe Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS with 4 DIY External Cap
What is a Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
Tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) continuously check the
pressure in the tires of a vehicle and report that information to
the driver. Most of these systems measure the pressure directly,
but some infer pressure from observing factors like the rotational
speed of the tires.
The first tire pressure monitoring systems appeared in the 1980s,
but the technology didn’t become ubiquitous until much later.
Adoption of the technology in the United States was spurred by the TREAD Act of 2000, which required all light motor vehicles in the US to have
some form of TPMS by 2007.
|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|
Easy To Use
How Does Tire Pressure Monitoring Work?
Most tire pressure monitoring systems use physical pressure
sensors, battery-powered transmitters, and a central receiver unit.
Each tire has its own pressure sensor, and the battery-powered
transmitters report the individual pressures to the receiver.
That information is then processed and presented to the driver. In
most cases, the system is designed to alert the driver if any of
the tire pressures drop below a certain threshold.
The other method of monitoring tire pressure is sometimes referred
to as an indirect tire pressure monitoring system (iTPMS). These
systems don’t measure tire pressure directly, so they don’t have
battery-powered transmitters that require periodic replacement.
Instead, indirect measurement systems look at factors like the
rotational speed of the wheels. Since tires that are low on
pressure have smaller diameters than fully inflated tires, it’s
possible for these systems to infer when tire pressure needs to be
Automotive center stack & PTZ control both support the tire
Step 1: Install the APP “TPMS”
Step 2: Use the APP, Bluetooth pairing with the sensor, easy
monitor pressure and temperature of tire
Can I Get Tire Pressure Monitoring on My Vehicle?
If you buy a new car in the United States or European Union, it
already has some type of TPMS.
All vehicles in the US have had them since 2007, and the EU
instituted a mandate in 2012. If your vehicle is older than that,
it is possible to retrofit it with an aftermarket system.
Both valve stem and cap systems are available from the aftermarket,
so you have your choice of systems. Valve stem sensors tend to be more expensive, and they require a trip to your mechanic
for installation. Most shops charge a nominal fee to demount and
mount tires, but the actual installation of the sensors is
typically free. That’s due to the fact that installing a valve stem
tire pressure sensor is no more complicated than installing a
regular valve stem. If you’re already buying new tires, most shops
will install sensors at that time for no extra labor charge.
If you don’t want to take your car to a tire store or repair shop
to have sensors installed, then you can buy an aftermarket TPMS
that uses cap sensors. These systems can be installed by simply replacing your existing valve stem caps
with the sensors from a TPMS kit. Most kits also have a 12 volt adapter that you can plug into your
cigarette lighter or accessory socket.
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