Wireless Real-time Tire Pressure Monitoring System 4 External
Sensor Model TPMS With Psi
Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
Tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) are becoming increasingly
popular, creating new service opportunities for dealers, garages
and tire shops. Since November 2014, all newly registered vehicles
in the European Union must be equipped with this modern technology.
With its well-designed parts and high-performance equipment, VDO
puts you in a perfect position to offer the enquired service.
What Are the Different Types of Systems?
The two main types of tire pressure monitoring technology are TPMS
and iTPMS. However, there are also two main types of sensors used
by tire pressure monitoring systems. The main type of TPMS uses
sensors that are built into the valve stems of each tire. Each
valve stem assembly has a sensor, transmitter, and battery built
into it. These components are hidden inside the wheels, and they
can only be accessed by removing the tire. Most OEMs use this type
of TPMS, but there are a few downsides.
The sensors are typically very expensive, and they tend to be
The other type of TPMS uses sensors that are built into the valve
stem caps. Each cap contains a sensor, transmitter, and battery
just like the in-wheel versions. However, this type can be
installed without demounting the tires. The primary disadvantage is
that the sensors are readily identifiable, which makes them
vulnerable to theft. Both types of TPMS also have other advantages
|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|
Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) Functions:
♣ Air Leakage Monitoring: alarm the leakage and reduce risk factors
♣ Prevent tire burst: monitor the inside of the tyres and gives off
alarm properly.It will help to avoid any traffic accident caused by
♣ Avoid Vehicle Deviation: when the tire pressure is in consistent,
it will lead to an imbalance and caused vehicle deviation
♣ Reduce the tire wearing loss and extend service life: The friction
force increases with the increasing contact area between the wheel
and the ground when low pressure of tire.
♣ Reducing fuel consumption: when tire pressure is lower than
standard value 30%, oil consumption straight up 10%
Easy to use:
Step 1: Install the APP “TPMS”
Step 2: Use the APP, Bluetooth pairing with the sensor, easy
monitor pressure and temperature of tire
Why is there a need for Tire Pressure Monitoring?
Tire Pressure Monitoring helps drivers to properly maintain their
vehicle tires, improves vehicle safety and aid fuel efficiency. The
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the US
has estimated that 533 fatalities per annum are caused by tire
defects in road accidents. Adding TPMS to all vehicles could avoid
120 of the 533 yearly victims and save as many as 8,400 injuries
every year. Sécurité Routière (the French Institution for Road
Safety) estimates that 9% of all fatal road accidents are
attributable to tire under-inflation and the German DEKRA estimated
that 41% of accidents with physical injuries are linked to tire
problems. Tires leak air naturally and over a year a typical new
tire can lose between 3 and 9 psi. As most drivers only check their
tires at service intervals and when problems occur there is
significant scope for fuel savings and efficiencies.
Given this background the US Federal government has legislated for
the mandatory use of TPMS. The TPMS mandated by the US law must
warn the driver when a tire is under-inflated by as much as 25%.
Please feel free to contact us for more information if you are
interested. we will give you our best servce as well as the best
quality in this fields.