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Review of TireMinder TPMS Sensor - 6 Tire Pressure Monitor Kit - TM29FR

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TireMinder TPMS Sensor - 6 Tire Pressure Monitor Kit - TM29FR Review

Hi there. I'm Michael with Today, we're gonna take a quick look at this TireMinder i10 tire pressure monitoring system. This is going to allow you to monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature. This will work for your motorhome, your 5th wheel, motor coach or trailer. You're gonna get six of these brass waterproof and dustproof sensors.

These will secure onto your tire's valve stem. This will work for aluminum, rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems. These will then check for tire pressure and temperature every six seconds. And so, you're gonna get a nice, fresh, up to date look at the pressure and temperature. These have a pressure range of 0 psi up to 199 psi with an accuracy of plus or minus 1%.

These will work in -4 degrees Fahrenheit up to 185 degrees Fahrenheit. You are also going to get 12 batteries, six locking nuts, six O-rings, and a wrench to get these installed on your tire stems. The batteries are a three volt DC, and they last for about nine to 14 months. These will then send the signal to your 5 1/4 inch color LCD monitor here. It's gonna provide you with visual and audible alerts for up to 10 tires at a time.

So, if you wanted to add any sensors on in the future, you could add those in and it will monitor up to 10 at once. This will mount onto your windshield like so with the suction cup. Some people have found that their windshield is just too far away, so they prefer to put some Velcro or something like that on the back here, and then stick this down by their left knee, so they can keep an eye on it. But either way, it's gonna be a great option to keep an eye on your tires, make sure that you're avoiding any catastrophic problems just by monitoring them over time for temperature and whatnot. This will warn you of changes to your tire pressure.

This will also alert you if there's a tire temperature change. This will also keep in visual of your monitor and your sensor batteries. So, you can see up at the corner here, our monitor is getting kind of low on battery, and it will also let you know if you are getting signal issues. But they do also include this 12 volt micro USB charger. So, we could charge this up, keep it full powered. Very simple to get that plugged in. This will allow you to also set your tire pressure and temperature settings. So, you can kind of customize that, put it within the range that you want it to be in. And then you're also going to get this Rhino repeater that's going to help extend the signal between your sensors and the monitor. This will install onto the exterior of your RV or trailer. They do include some zip ties here for you to get this mounted in place. This does have dual antennas that are gonna help cut through signal interference coming from other wireless electronic devices and other vehicles surrounding you. This does have a three foot long wire with the alligator clamps there. Our black is gonna be our ground, red is gonna be our power. This will hook up to a 12 volt or 24 volt DC system. And our repeater is gonna be about 2 1/2 inches wide and 4 1/4 inch tall, and about 3/4 of an inch thick. So, keep that in mind when deciding where you're gonna mount that. But overall, really nice system here to help keep an eye on your tires, make sure that you're gonna be able to add air to them when you need to and that sort of thing to make sure that you're gonna avoid those catastrophic events. So, that completes our look for today. Again, I'm Michael with Thanks for watching..

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