Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is one of the most used and essential road safety accessories for vehicles to experience the benefit of longer mileage and safer journey. The TPMS works by monitoring each tire’s pressure and temperature at all times, and alerting the driver when the tire is over inflated or deflated.
The LCD display screen of TPMS 2.0 comprises several info features that enables you to acknowledge the real-time reading of the car tires.
TPMS 2.0 screen display gets activated when the device detects motions. The tire sensor will begin transmitting data to display when the vehicle moves beyond 20km/h. The screen display will automatically turn off 60 seconds
The TPMS 2.0 LCD display is designed to support solar charging as well as USB cable charging. With solar powered charging, the device will be completely wireless and still get the real-time reading of the vehicle tires.
Four sensors will be provided in the packaging, along with five anti-theft nuts to secure and tighten the sensors during the installation process. The anti-theft nuts prevent the tire sensors from being stolen and tampered with. The sensors have replaceable batteries (CR1632).
The TPMS 2.0 and sensor installation is very easy that anyone can do it, with the installation user guide provided in the packaging. The device must be installed with the solar panel facing the sunlight so that TPMS 2.0 can be charged automatically.
Prevent Imbalance Tire Pressure
Imbalanced pressure in car tires can cause pulling brakes and result to faulty tires. TPMS helps drivers to maintain proper tire pressure and improve tire lifespan.
Prevent Flat Tire
Exposure to warmer environment and sunlight can cause tire leaks and result to shorter lifespan. TPMS usage will help drivers be aware of abnormal tire pressure to avoid flat tires by alerting the drivers when the tire pressure is 25% below safety level.
Reduce Tire Wear
underinflated or overinflated tires can cause tire thread to wear easily. TPMS enables the driver to keep the optimal pressure in tires.
Prevent Tire Bursting
1 out of 4 cars have at least one underinflated tire and this leads to faulty tire that results to tire burst. TPMS ensures the driver to maintain optimal tire pressure at all time.
Mandatory in Major Countries
According to NHTSA, around 700 people die from tire-related accidents every year. To prevent this, since 2012, it has been mandatory for all new EU cars to be equipped with TPMS.