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TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

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TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a wireless color monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 12 seconds and send alerts to monitor. Presets let you monitor up to 4 separate vehicles or orientations. Great Prices for the best tpms sensor from TST. TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors part number TST-507-RV-4-C can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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TST TPMS Sensor - TST-507-RV-4-C

  • 4 Sensors
  • RV
  • Trailer
  • Mounts to Valve Stems
  • TST
  • Standard Sensors
  • Monitor Display
  • Water Resistant

TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a wireless color monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 12 seconds and send alerts to monitor. Presets let you monitor up to 4 separate vehicles or orientations.


  • TPMS lets you monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature via included monitor
    • Also works great with your motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer
  • Full-color, wide-screen monitor provides early warning detection with visual and audible alerts
    • Detects blowouts, significant pressure changes, and tire temperatures exceeding 158 degrees
    • Refreshes automatically with new tire information every 5 minutes
    • Presets let you monitor up to 4 separate vehicles or orientations
  • 4 Sensors check tire pressure and temperature every 12 seconds
    • Brass construction designed for use on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems
    • Easy installation onto your tires' valve stems
    • Theft-resistant covers require use of included cap wrench for removal
    • Additional sensors (sold separately) let you monitor up to 38 tires
  • Multiple mounts allow optimal monitor positioning
    • Easy-to-use suction cup mount lets you stick monitor to windshield or dashboard
    • Non-slip, rubber cradle mount lets you set monitor on dashboard
  • Micro USB cable and adapter let you charge monitor with your vehicle's 12-volt accessory outlet
  • Booster strengthens sensor signal and eliminates electronic interference


  • Tire sensors:
    • Dimensions: 1-1/8" diameter x 1-1/8" long
    • Pressure range: 0 psi - 196 psi
    • Operating frequency: 433.92 MHz
    • Operating temperature range: -40 F - 176 F (-40 C - 80 C)
    • Storage temperature range: -40 F - 185 F (-40 C - 85 C)
    • Battery life: 12 months - 18 months
  • Monitor:
    • Overall dimensions: 3" tall x 4-1/2" wide x 1" deep
    • Screen dimensions: 1-5/8" tall x 3-1/4" wide
    • Battery life: 5 days - 7 days on a full charge
    • Battery recharge time: 4 hours
  • Booster dimensions: 2-1/2" tall x 3" wide x 5/8" deep
  • Booster lead wire length: 57"
  • Monitoring capacity with included sensors: 4 tires
  • 3-Year limited warranty


This TST tire pressure monitoring system monitors the pressure and temperature level of the tires on your RV, motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer. The system utilizes sensors that attach to the valve stems of your tires. When a tire sensor detects an anomaly, it will wirelessly transmit an alert to the included digital color monitor. Your monitor will emit flashing lights and an audible alert to notify you of an issue, and it will display details regarding the anomaly. A booster is included to strengthen and amplify the signal that the sensors are sending to the display monitor.

Initial Setup

The TST TPMS is easy to set up and includes all mounting hardware and tools for installation. First, assign the tire sensor positions through the monitor's Learning Mode. Label each sensor with the corresponding numbering code sticker so that you know which sensor is programmed to which tire position. When you are setting up the sensors make sure the one you are programming is at least 2' away from the other sensors. Otherwise the other sensors will interfere with the sensor you are attempting to program. Once the tire sensors have been recognized by the monitor, attach them to the valve stems of your vehicle's tires. Next, install the booster and connect it to a 12-volt power source on your vehicle or trailer.


Use the included suction cup holder to mount the color monitor on your windshield so you can monitor your tires while you drive. You can also use the included rubber, non-slip cradle mount to set the monitor on your dashboard.

TST Color Monitor Display

App Diagram

  1. Current Tire Selection - The tire icons indicate the position of your tires. A solid tire icon indicates that tire is programmed into your current setup. A blinking tire icon indicates that tire is experiencing an anomaly.
  2. Sensor Low Battery Alert - This displays when one of the sensor's batteries is low. The corresponding tire light will also flash to indicate which sensor's battery is affected.
  3. Display Battery Level Indicator - Shows the charged level of the internal battery. When this icon shows one bar it is recommended to charge the display as soon as possible. It takes approximately 4 hours for the battery to fully charge.
  4. Out Of Parameter Alert - This icon will flash during a high or low pressure alert, a high temperature alert, or a fast leak alert. In conjunction with this flashing light, the affected tire light will flash, the HI or LO PRESSURE, HI TEMP, or FAST LEAK indicators will light up, and an audible alert will sound.
  5. Display Alerts - These icons, along with the specific tire icon, will light up to indicate HI or LO PRESSURE, HI TEMP, or FAST LEAK. The bottom row indicates which programming mode you are in.
  6. Red LED Indicator - Lights up during an alert.
  7. Antenna - The multidirectional antenna helps eliminate electronic interference when paired with the signal booster.
  8. Temperature Indicator - Displays the current temperature of the selected tire in Fahrenheit or Celsius. This will also display your selected high temperature parameter during programming.
  9. Tire Pressure Indicator - Displays the current tire pressure of the selected tire. This will also display your selected high and low pressure parameters during programming.
  10. Power Switch - Lets you turn the monitor on and off.
  11. Charging Port - Plug the included USB cable into this port to charge the monitor. The side power switch will not turn off the display when constant power is applied to the unit.
  12. Backlight and Motion Detector - The backlight turns on when the vehicle is in motion, and there is little ambient light. It will sense periods of inaction and the display will "go to sleep" until the vehicle resumes motion.

TST Color Monitor Function Buttons

App Diagram

  1. GO Button - Press the GO button to tell the system where to "go". When pairing the sensors, once you have the tire icon flashing that you want to code, hit the GO button to tell it to get its unique code. If you only want to code a trailer, press the GO button to tell it to go to the trailer. When moving from axle to axle to set your warning pressures, hit the GO button to go to the next axle or next trailer.
  2. SET Button - Press the SET button to program your warning parameters, or to go into coding and set your configurations. This button locks in all specific settings.
  3. BACK Button - Press the BACK button to leave programming, or take the system back to the previous screen. If you need to remove a sensor code, use this button in the coding section to take the sensor position back to the factory settings.
  4. + Button - Press the + button to increase the temperature and pressure settings from the factory defaults. You can also scroll forward through your tires. Press the + button in conjunction with the GO button to drop your towing vehicle from a setting and add it back in.
  5. - Button - Press the - button to decrease the temperature and pressure settings from the factory defaults. You can also scroll backward through your tires. Press the - button in conjunction with the GO button to drop your towed vehicle from a setting and add it back in.

Multiple Wheel Layouts


You can program multiple layouts into the monitor, and you can scroll through each setup on the screen. This system can support up to 4 tire layouts and up to 38 tires total. Make sure to set your high and low pressure alarms for each layout that you are using. Some examples of popular layouts are shown above.

Tire Sensor Installation

Tire sensor Install Diagram

  1. Place the included wrench around the sensor. You must use the wrench to install or remove the sensor from your tire's valve stem.
  2. Screw the sensor onto the valve stem. Tighten the sensor until the air stops leaking and the sensor bottoms out on the valve stem. Give it a slight twist to fully seat the sensor while being careful not to over-tighten

Note: To inflate or deflate a tire you must remove the sensor.



The booster - or repeater - amplifies the signal strength that the sensors send to the monitor. Booster installation requires a 12-volt power source. It is waterproof and can be mounted inside or outside your vehicle with the included mounting hardware. On a trailer, you can mount it in the battery box in front of the propane bottles. On a 5th wheel, you can install it in the house battery bay underneath the overhang. You will want to place it below the bank of mirrors so they don't bounce the signal back and cause the system to malfunction. On coaches with towed vehicles, you can install it in the back battery bay. The power draw is so minimal that you can leave the booster installed without running the battery down. If you decide to unhook it for storage remember to reconnect when you are ready to hit the road. A red light on the repeater indicates that the unit is connected to power and operating correctly.

TST-507-RV-4-C Truck System Technologies RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System w/ Color Display - Repeater - 4 Cap Transmitters

Installation Details TST-507-RV-4-C Installation instructions

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TST TPMS for RVs - Color Display - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors - TST-507-RV-4-C

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (134 Customer Reviews)

TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a wireless color monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 12 seconds and send alerts to monitor. Presets let you monitor up to 4 separate vehicles or orientations.


Very pleased with this purchase and it’s a great peace of mind being able to see tire pressure and temps as we drive! It’s very helpful with dual rear wheels! Only concern is the long term impact on the valve stems of the wheels so only time will tell if we will have problems


This is my second TST system, and I would not tow without it.
Works very well on my dual axle 25’ boat trailer- no issues with pairing. Can confirm the sensors are waterproof, at least the non-flowthrough ones. Love the physical “on/off” button on the display. Battery in the display lasts for a long time and charges quickly. Sensor batteries still good at 1 year, expect they will last several years as with my last system. Super easy to set up and adjust alarm limits, etc.

Only reason not 5 stars is the display is way too fragile - screen cracks easily (drop from dash to console). Also the color display is often difficult to read in daylight. The grey scale option might be better.

This new system is easier to use but the prior display version was far more resistant to damage, did not need a mount, and was easier to read.


TPMS system was suggested by a friend who is a full time RV’er. System was very to install and seems to work as advertised. First trip is coming soon!



TPMS system has worked great. Makes for peace of mind when pulling. Very accurate readings to each tire. Would still recommend, especially for long distance pulling.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.


@Ben A TPMS system like the # TST-507-RV-4-C is invaluable for allowing you to monitor your tire's performance while you're rolling down the road. We're glad to hear you're happy with it!


1 year owning this tire pressure monitoring system. Excellent product and absolute must safety feature for monitoring tires. Has worked flawlessly. Only at sart up it can take a long time for the tire sensors to connect to the monitor however it always does eventually connect. Highly recommend. Best price.


The TST 507 TPMS works flawlessly. In the year of ownership, it saved me from an expensive blowout. Unbeknownst to me, I picked up a very large 1/2"x 4" bolt in the passenger side rear tire of my 39' Montana trailer. The TST-507 system alerted me to the loss of air pressure in that specific tire, and I was able to avoid a complete blowout or worse the tire delaminating while at highway speeds. I would never consider towing a trailer without the TST system.

Robert B.


After 1 year, the TST system has been working perfectly and already saved us from a catastrophic tire failure.


Easy to setup and use. Monitoring tire pressure offers peace of mind and heads off potential tire trouble. Highly recommended.



Still working great after a year. A slow leak was noted and fixed.


This is a junk system for an rv. Have to keep redoing codes every trip
Don’t waste your money


I had a blow out on my 3rd trip with my new travel trailer. I installed these and they work great. I take them off when I park the travel trailer for over a month. They are great for trips and keeping an eye on the tire psi & temp.



Great purchase. Puts me at ease knowing the tires are good. Ive had blowouts in the past and didnt feel them.


Easy to set up and install. Didn’t know I had one tire that was low but the alarm told me. Leaving for a trip and very glad they are going with us.



This has been one of the best product investments we have made for our Toy Hauler. To much money is involved in our rig and our full dresser not to have the added security of knowing what is happening behind us.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.


@Bill That's great! We're glad to hear that the # TST-507-RV-4 TPMS system is working well for you.


As usual etrailer came through with EXCELLENT customer service. I ordered this TPMS system on Sunday Aug 29th after receiving a different TPMS system that was meant for metal valve stems, I have rubber valve stems. My mistake for ordering the wrong product. George C reviewed my order and helped push this order through in an expedited manner to get me the correct system 2 days later. Overall the instructions and ease of set up for this product is very good. I had to do some fine tuning after my initial set up and I will do some additional fine tuning to a couple of parameters before our next trip in a few weeks. We used this system on our Labor Day weekend trip and I was at ease the whole time, knowing that I should have advance warning of an impending tire failure with this system on our trailer. I mounted the repeater underneath the nose overhang behind the battery box mount and the suction cup to the lower left corner of the windshield, so as not to impair my field of vision out of the windshield. One thing I did add to this after we got back home was, I ordered from TST Truck Systems, and add on display visor that slips over the top and sides of the display to hopefully shade the display from some of the sunlight , making it a bit easier to see in the daylight.


Looks good. Was easy to install. Lowest high pressure limit setting was 101 PSI. Have to do more research to determine what is the maximum pressure for my tires. Have 80PSI max cold tires. I know my truck tires PSI increases significantly when driving on hot days.


I purchased the TST system for our Airstream travel trailer after receiving several recommendations from other owners. After a year of use I’m very happy I took their advice. The system is very easy to set up and the cap sensors are not difficult to remove when adjusting air pressure. In fact, when you remove one the display’s alarm goes off within a second or two which is a good test of a fast leak. I did install the signal booster by connecting it to the Airstream’s running lights so I never have to worry about it. I used Velcro to hold the display on our RAM’s dash. Highly recommend the TST system and eTrailer as the vendor.


Too soon to tell. Programming was not as easy as anticipated. Instructions leave a bit to bd desired.


This is one of those items that is a must have. It's easy to install and setup. I also watched the product video and the spokesman was very detailed on programming. I would recommend watching it. I installed the repeater in the battery compartment located in the front of my trailer. It does not have a switch but you can unplug the inline fuse if your trailer is going to sit for some time. I trimmed the included rubber monitor support to fit the top dash tray for my Colorado.


Easy to install /setup! I purchased 4 for my horse trailer a year ago. I purchased another 6 for my tow vehicle last month. They work perfectly, you will not be disappointed!


I can monitor the tire pressure on the RV without worrying about having a low tire and ruining a tire or damaging the RV


Safe, safe and ...SAFE. Thank you e-trailer for looking out for my fam fam.



The system works well. A few erroneous temp readings which were quickly remedied. Easy set up. Piece of mind from nightmares, WELL WORTH IT.


The TST TPMS tire sensors have worked extremely well on my RV trailer. I put 5000 miles on my trailer in 2020 and the tire monitors give me peace of mind as I travel down the highway.



The product continues to work great and give me piece of mind on our RV trips. As a precaution, I installed new batteries in the sensors for the 2022 RVing campaign.


Works as advertised. Takes a while a to read pressures after turning on.


Two huge positives. One, very accurate and matches my pressure gauge perfectly. The other positive, adds a lot of comfort and ease going down the road knowing what the pressure is without having to stop and check the tires. One negative but is minor. Twice I've had a false alarm, one time stating the tire was extremely overheated, and another time saying the tire only had 8 lb of pressure when it had the intended amount. Solution was simple, pull over, check the tire, and restart the system. One time I unscrewed the sensor, and then screwed it back, problem solved. The other time I simply unplugged the monitor from inside the cabin, plugged it back, and again problem solved. I would much rather stop and pause my trip for a false reading, than a tire change in a very difficult area.


This system worked perfect. Although it came with a windshield mount the dash mount fit perfectly on my F-250. It was easy to program and worked perfectly on our first trip. It was great not having to wonder about the tire pressures.


The setup was straight forward and the display was easy to read at all times. It seemed to work fine without using the booster hauling a 38' gooseneck trailer. However after about 3 to 5 hours of traveling it would loose signal on one or two tires then the whole display would quit showing anything. Going back trough the manual it does mention that using without the booster may void the warranty. I have since installed the booster but have not had a trip longer than two hours to see if this fixes the issue.


We use these TST TPMS sensors and booster on our horse trailers, utility trailers, and live in trailers. They add a great degree of safety and if you have ever towed trailers and have had good tires fail due to low pressure and/or heat, you don't want to leave home without them. I am an ASE certified mechanic and my wife raises horses. We put many miles on our trailers and although I do all my own tire replacements, nails and other road debris find a way to puncture otherwise healthy tires. The problem with a trailer unlike your tow vehicle which has TPMS installed, is that trailers aren't required to have TPMS as yet. One doesn't know there is a problem until a tire has failed sometimes taking the tandem tire with it. Why would you not want to protect these wonderful animals and the traveling public at large by knowing what condition your tires are in on the trailers. The simplicity of the valve stem units is great and the internal band types are even better but of course requires dismounting and remounting/balancing the wheel assembly. My wife has been a victim of tire failure with horses aboard in the middle of summer and it's no picnic. Luckily there was no incident other than the normal pain in the butt misfortune. I highly recommend these types of products and having peace of mind on the highway is worth many times the cost of the system which I think is very reasonable for what the system does for safety. To go to the extreme, I carry a spare plus another spare should one tire take out another. Again, cheap insurance. etrailer has been great to deal with and I will continue to do business with this company as they are very customer oriented which is not the case with many companies these days.

Bill M.


I stand by my original comments of a year ago. Still a great product and they have worked as advertised. We have had two tire related problems that the pressuretemperature monitors detected before there was a problem. Highly recommend.


The sensors work great and I have not had to replace the batteries yet.


I'm not a "gadget freak" and actually trying to simplify my life at this point, but I'm almost ecstatic about how well this system works! After buying my first pick-up truck at age 60, we were finally able to take our 24' travel trailer on out-of-state trips where traversing multiple hills/mountains would be called for. After having been saved by the vehicle's TPMS when returning from a local camping trip last summer after one our 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee's new tires was punctured by a metal shard, I'd made a firm decision to buy a system to monitor the trailer tire pressure given the severe damage (or worse!) that would likely occur if a trailer tire were to fail while traveling at interstate highway speeds. I chose this particular system after researching various systems as well as evaluating numerous customer reviews. After studying the manual which I'd downloaded before ordering it, I was able to quickly get it set up and "installed" after it was received. Put simply, I literally couldn't be more pleased with how well it works. I opted to use the silicone rubber stand to position the display/control unit in the center dash-top well of our new F250 crew cab diesel, as I already had an Escort 360 and Garmin Nuvi hanging out on the windshield. The receiver was able to consistently receive the transmissions from each of the cap sensors without having to use the repeater, and the display was clearly visible even when I was wearing sunglasses during midday driving under a cloudless sky. I've always prided myself in monitoring my vehicle's dash gauges while driving to help ensure that I'll at least have a chance to preempt an unnecessarily disastrous situation from occurring, so the ability to accurately monitor the pressure and temperature of all four trailer tires without posing an undue distraction while driving is arguably some of the best insurance that I could buy. Of note is that I opted to purchase a system with cap sensors instead of flow-through sensors since the cap sensors have much less mass (i.e. they're much lighter) and therefore more suitable for use on wheel rims with rubber valve stems.

Tom A.


This TPMS system is still working great, and I havent even had to replace the batteries in the cap sensors yet. I decided to recharge the battery in the control unit for an upcoming trip, so I took the control unit upstairs in our house and plugged it into a 12 volt power supply. A short time later when I checked on it I was amazed to see that it was displaying the outputs from 3 of the cap sensors on the trailer thats parked out in our back yard! Without a doubt this is a system that I strongly recommend to anyone who owns a travel trailer.

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  • Is the TST TPMS for RVs Signal Booster Required on a Winnebago View
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  • Where To Install The Signal Booster For The TST TPMS For RV's
    TST recommends that the signal booster for the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-4-C be installed on the motorhome if you have a battery in the compartment to power it. If your batteries are more towards the front of the motorhome then you could install it in the engine compartment of the Jeep for easier access to a power source. You'll want it as far forward as possible when looking for a mounting space. The closer to the midpoint between the sensors and the monitor will give you the best signal.
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  • Does TST TPMS for RVs Interfere with Tire Pressure System of Honda CR-V
    The tire pressure sensor setup of your Honda CR-V would not interfere with the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-4-C. The frequency of this kit would not be affected by anything on your CR-V.
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  • Does the TST TPMS for RVs Monitor Trailer Bearing Temperature
    The TST TPMS for RVs part # TST-507-RV-4-C is a very useful device that not only allows you to monitor tire pressure but also tire temperature which is a big one. It will work just fine on a boat trailer as well even if submerged under water. I will say that the device will help to monitor hub temperature but not as directly as it does for the tires. I am however not aware of any such device specifically for the hubs so this is your best option.
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  • What Should The Low Temperature Setting Be On A TST TPMS System
    There really doesn't need to be a low temperature warning as long as you still have a low psi warning so you can just set that function of the # TST-507-RV-4-C super low so it won't go off. You're correct that the high temperature warning should be set to 158 degrees so that you have enough time to get off the road before the tires blow. As for the psi you'll want to follow the max tire pressure rating on the sidewall of the tire and ignore the trailer manufacturer. Trailer tires are...
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  • How To Add Air to Tires When Using TST TPMS for RVs
    In regards to the TST TPMS for RVs part # TST-507-RV-4-C, yes, you simply will unscrew the sensors to add air to the tires and then screw them back on when you're done. They should then recalibrate to reflect the change in PSI.
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  • Does Signal Booster of TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-4-C Have to Install
    Yes you will want to install the signal booster that comes with the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-RV-4-C that you referenced when installing on a Class C motorhome. You actually can't install it without the repeater/booster.
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