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TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

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This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a dedicated LCD monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send wireless alerts to monitor. Early warning detections update every 4 minutes. Lowest Prices for the best tpms sensor from TireMinder. TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors part number TM-A1A-4 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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TireMinder TPMS Sensor - TM-A1A-4

  • RV
  • Trailer
  • 4 Sensors
  • TireMinder
  • Mounts to Valve Stems
  • Standard Sensors
  • Monitor Display

This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a dedicated LCD monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send wireless alerts to monitor. Early warning detections update every 4 minutes.


Features:

  • TPMS lets you monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature via a dedicated LCD monitor
    • Works great with your motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer
  • Large, easy-to-read LCD monitor provides early warning detection with visual and audible alerts
    • Detects blowouts, significant pressure changes, and tire temperatures exceeding 167 degrees
    • Refreshes automatically with new tire information every 4 minutes
    • Included Micro USB charger plugs into your vehicle's 12-volt accessory outlet
  • 4 Tire sensors check tire pressure and temperature every 6 seconds
    • Brass construction designed for use on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems
    • Sensors install easily onto your tires' valve stems
    • Locking hardware, wrench with valve core tool, and (8) CR1632 batteries included
    • Additional sensors (sold separately) let you monitor up to 22 tires
  • Monitor holder mounts to windshield or dashboard with suction cup
    • Ball-and-socket joint lets you adjust monitor into optimal viewing position
  • Rhino booster strengthens sensor signal and eliminates electronic interference
  • Storage bag included


Specs:

  • Tire sensors:
    • Dimensions: 3/4" diameter x 7/8" long
    • Pressure range: 0 psi - 232 psi
    • Operating frequency: 433 MHz
    • Operating temperature range: -4 F - 185 F (-20 C - 85 C)
    • Battery life: 9 months - 14 months
  • Monitor:
    • Overall dimensions: 4-1/8" tall x 2-3/8" wide x 9/16" deep
    • Screen dimensions: 2-1/2" tall x 1-3/4" wide
    • Battery life: 2 weeks - 4 weeks
    • Battery recharge time: 6 hours
    • Amperage draw: 1.0 amp
  • Rhino booster dimensions: 4-1/4" tall x 2-3/8" wide x 3/4" deep
  • Monitoring capacity with included sensors: 4 tires
  • 1-Year limited warranty


TireMinder

This TireMinder TPMS 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 TireMinder digital monitor. Your monitor will emit an audible alert to notify you of an issue and will display details regarding the anomaly. A signal booster is included to provide a constant, strong transmission, and to eliminate electronic interference.



Initial Setup

The TireMinder TPMS is easy to set up and includes all mounting hardware and tools for installation. First, attach the TireMinder sensors to the valve stems of your vehicle's tires. Next, install the Rhino signal booster in a protected area near the front or rear of your full towing setup, depending on your application. Use the included holder to set up the LCD monitor on your windshield or dashboard so you can monitor your tires while you drive. Finally, assign the tire sensor positions through the monitor's Learning Mode. Once the tire sensors have been recognized by the monitor, you're ready to travel.


TireMinder Monitor

App Diagram

  1. Antenna (Raised) - The multidirectional antenna always needs to be extended when the TireMinder A1A is in use. When paired with the Rhino signal booster, the extended antenna helps eliminate electronic interference.
  2. Indicator Light - The light bar will shine red when the monitor is learning a sensor location and when the sensor is experiencing issues with a selected tire. The light will turn green when the monitor and sensors are paired and reporting no issues.
  3. Tire Information Reading - Readout of tire information refreshes every 6 seconds. Tire pressure information can be displayed as psi, kPa, and BAR. Tire temperature information can be displayed as either Fahrenheit or Celsius. The Auto-Search option allows the monitor to scroll between all of your sensors automatically and display the pressure of each in 6-second intervals.
  4. Current Tire Selection - The circles indicate the position of your tires. A dark circle means that the tire is currently selected for displaying information. A white circle means that the tire is paired and is transmitting information, but is not selected.
  5. Current Mode - Displays the current operating mode. If "M" is displayed, then Monitoring Mode is activated. This mode receives updates and alerts, and will be your primary screen after initial setup. If "L" is displayed, then Learning Mode is activated for use during tire sensor installation.
  6. Leaking Indicator - There are 2 indicator symbols that show up when the tire sensors detect a loss of pressure:
    Leaking Icons
    A. Rapid Air Loss (Blow Out) - This indicator displays when a tire loses 3 or more psi in 2 minutes or less. This generally occurs when the tire is severely punctured by a large, sharp object causing rapid air loss.
    B. Semi-Rapid Air Loss - This indicator displays when a tire loses 6 or more psi in 2 to 10 minutes. This generally occurs when a nail or other sharp object punctures your tire, causing semi-rapid air loss. This indicator may also be shown when there's a rapid drop in temperature causing a decrease in pressure.
  7. Down Button - Use to move across the screen to select the tire or option you want.
  8. Power Button - Press and release to turn on the receiver. If the monitor doesn't light up when this button is pressed and released, the monitor needs to be charged. To turn off, press and hold until the screen goes blank.
  9. Measuring Unit - Description of current measuring unit. Primarily displays the tire pressure in psi and temperature in Fahrenheit.
  10. Battery Life Indicator - Shows how much battery life is left in the monitor. Under normal use, the monitor will run for over 2 weeks before needing a recharge. If the last bar disappears, the unit will beep multiple times and the battery icon will flash with the word "Monitor" underneath it. If not plugged in, the monitor will shut down completely.
  11. Temperature Indicator
    Temperature Icon
    This indicator will flash when a tire's internal temperature exceeds 167 F (75 C). If the temperature exceeds 185 F (85 C), it will remain flashing and it will beep. Whenever you see this alert, pull off the road and find the cause of the alert. This alert is usually triggered by a stuck brake caliper or an overheated bearing.
  12. Pressure Indicator
    Pressure Icons
    A. Normal Pressure Loss - This indicator will flash when a tire's pressure has dropped 15 percent below its baseline pressure. If a tire drops 25-50 percent below its baseline pressure, the alert will look the same as above except it will be half full. If a tire drops below 50 percent, the icon will show empty. Whenever you see any of these alerts, stop at the next rest area and check the tire that is triggering the alert.
    B. High Pressure Alert - This indicator will flash when a tire's pressure rises 20 percent above its baseline pressure. The alert will repeat after one hour unless the condition is corrected. Whenever you see this alert, carefully bring your vehicle to a stop and check the tire that is triggering the alert. If the high pressure is within safe tire pressure limits, you may need to adjust your baseline pressure.
  13. Up Button - Use to move across the screen to select the tire or option you want.
  14. Select Button - Use to confirm option or select tire.

Multiple Wheel Layouts

Wheel Layouts


The TireMinder A1A TPMS is able to configure multiple wheel layouts and display them on the TireMinder monitor. The A1A can support a layout of up to 22 tires. Some examples of popular layouts are shown above.


Tire Sensors

Tire sensor Install Diagram

  1. Fasten the hex nut onto the valve stem by turning it clockwise. The nut must be positioned at least 1/4" from the top of the valve stem.
  2. Thread the sensor onto the valve stem and hand-tighten.
  3. Rotate the hex nut counter-clockwise towards the sensor. Use the included locking wrench to tighten the hex nut against the sensor.

Make sure your tires are inflated to the pressure level specified by the manufacturer prior to installing the sensors. These pressure levels will be used as the baseline to determine the high/low pressure warnings. It's best to install the sensors when your tires are cool.


You can also install flow-through adapters (sold separately) that let you air up your tires without removing the sensors. Simply screw the adapters onto your valve stems, and screw the sensors onto the adapters.


Brass vs Aluminum Tire Sensors

TireMinder sensors

Your vehicle's tires will have either rubber or metal valve stems. RVs, motorhomes, 5th wheels, and trailers will generally have rubber stems with brass valve cores or metal stems with steel, chrome, or nickel valve cores - all of which work with the TireMinder brass sensors. This TireMinder kit comes with 4 brass sensors. You will only need aluminum sensors (TM-2ALUM - sold separately) if you're towing a car or light truck with built-in TPMS and aluminum valve stems.


It's important to choose the correct TPMS sensor for your vehicle. Pairing the wrong metals together may lead to galvanic corrosion, which makes it impossible to remove the sensors from the valve stem. If this happens, you will need to replace the valve stem or, in some cases, the whole tire. Matching the sensors to the construction of your valve stems will ensure the sensors won't corrode.


Rhino Signal Booster

Signal Booster

The TireMinder Rhino signal booster improves the signal strength and range of the sensors. It has dual Hi-Db antennas that let the booster cut through signal interference coming from wireless electronic devices used in surrounding automobiles. It also ensures that the link from the sensors to the monitor is strong and continuous. This is crucial for operating the TPMS on large vehicles such as RVs, 5th wheels, or motorhomes. The unit has a green light on the front panel to indicate it has power and a blue light that blinks when it transmits a signal.


Even though the booster is weatherproof, you'll want to install it in a protected area on the underside of your vehicle to prevent corrosion. For a towable RV or camper, the optimal mounting location for the booster is toward the front. For a larger, drivable motorhome or RV, the optimal mounting location is toward the rear. This allows the booster to communicate clearly with all of the tire sensors. Other possible mounting locations for the booster include your battery compartment, attached to your license plate light, or on the front of your car hauler.


Once you've mounted your booster in a good location, connect the red power wire and black ground wire to a 12-volt or 24-volt power supply line. The booster needs to be mounted securely to reduce vibration. Zip-ties are included to fasten the booster and wires to your vehicle or trailer.



TM22122 TireMinder A1A RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System - 4 Transmitters - Signal Booster

Alternate part number: TM-A1A-4

Installation Details TM-A1A-4 Installation instructions


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Customer Reviews

TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors - TM-A1A-4

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)

This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to a dedicated LCD monitor. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send wireless alerts to monitor. Early warning detections update every 4 minutes.

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product was easy to set up. 590104



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Consistently reads 5 PSI over actual PSI. Verified using calibrated pressure monitor. Occasionally (within 5-7 miles) gives false readings and alarm, 274 PSI. Settles down and provides consistent reading after about 10 miles of driving. Haven't verified the accuracy of temperature readings. No alerts when signal/heartbeat is lost. Good battery life. 593421


Comments
I called our contact at TireMinder and they suggest to make sure you are comparing the readings from the calibrated tire gauge and the TireMinder TPMS at the same time. To do this, turn on the TireMinder monitor, remove the transmitter from the valve stem, confirm the TireMinder is reading 0 at this point, use the tire gauge to record the current pressure of the tire, screw the transmitter back onto the valve stem and the monitor should display the current tire pressure. Compare the two readings. Since the tire pressure can change throughout the day this method will insure the two readings will be direct comparisons.
-- Heather A - 01/16/2019

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The tire minder is great, it was easy to install and the piece of mind it gives you being able to monitor your tire pressure and temperatures is well worth the price. I have been to Wyoming from our home in Kentucky and back and now in New York and have had no troubles other than one battery died which the display alerted to it and I replaced the battery and went on my way. 844763



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I purchased my unit a year ago and finally had the dealer install it in January. I used it for the first time on a two and a half week 2,200 mile trip through the north west. The unit is compact and easy to read. The only thing I didn't like is the display only shows one tire in the monitoring mode. It is not too difficult, but still a bit distracting to scroll through the tires to see the pressure and temperature of each tire while driving. I like the tire temp feature, which I did not know was part of the system. Additionally, the battery life of the unit is great and only lost one of three bars in 2.5 weeks. there is an option to charge the battery in the tow vehicle with a 12 volt plug or on a 110 line with the charging adapter. According to the manual, the unit will set of an alarm on any monitored tire if there is a rapid or slow loss of pressure or a rapid rise in tire temperature. I 829617



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Works as described. Setup was easy... Great peace of mind! 817973



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Installed on my 5th wheel camper before our Florida trip gave us one alert on the way down for high tire pressure, put us at ease knowing system was installed and working properly. Great system for the price. 795301



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The Tire Pressure Monitoring System was easy to install and get working. So far so good. Seems to be very accurate compared to the pressure gauge on my portable compressor and a hand held pressure gauge. I will be traveling next week and am looking forward to observe it. Thank you for this product. 776980



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This is a must have for towing at night. No other way to know a tire is going flat. Works great! 767139



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I'm very satisfied with the performance of this system on my 5th wheel trailer. I do strongly recommend that you install these caps on metal valve stems as opposed to the standard rubber ones. The weight of the sensor cap will cause rubber valve stems to fail over time and miles. 732681



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This is a great TPMS and an essential tool for my motorhome travels. We have a tow car and that has sensors on it too. Unfortunately for me, the only time I wasn't using it was when I had a problem. Luckily there was no damage and this highlighted to always be diligent when it comes to tires. 726319



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We received the Tireminder package 2 days after ordering. Everything was included, and because we were planning to leave on a 4-day trip with our trailer, I immediately installed the unit. Everything went together with no problem. The biggest issue for me was where to mount the booster unit. Photo Booster-1 shows my solution, I mounted on the back of my tongue jack. My original plan was to put it in the compartment with my batteries and propane tanks, which is beneath the Diamond plate cover in the photo, but the instructions said do not put it behind a metal cover. I installed the tire sensors and programmed the monitor following the instructions in the manual, and everything clicked! Interestingly, when I went back into the house, to put the monitor on the charger, I found the monitor would easily detect the tire sensors, even while sitting at my kitchen counter, about 100 ft. away and through four walls and a garage door! Deliberately set the tire pressures low, and was very gratified to see that after sitting, and cooling over night, the monitor went to alert mode the following morning. I adjusted the tire pressures properly and the alert cleared, so we headed out. Having suffered blow-outs on trailers, and having to repair /replace not only the tire but trailer body parts as well, My wife and I both feel much more at ease with the TireMinder on our trailer tires. 707702



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TPMS works perfect and fairly easy to set up - only odd thing is no mention in manual the display morphs into a layout that matches the tire layout once setup complete. It is automatic. I have bought many times from etrailer and always get excellent service! Decided to get the TPMS as shredded a tire and also had some minor damage to trailer. Decided TPMS cheaper than fixing trailer again. And maybe get off road before tire damaged beyond repair. 682571



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Love the product, great piece of mind to monitor the tire pressures and temperatures in real time. Able to catch a problem before it becomes a "real" issue. Easy to install and use. The only negative is the wrench included in the kit. It is light and will bend if the locknuts on the transmitters are very tight. 681865



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Loved The Tire Minder. Easy Install and Gave me great peace of mine towing my 5th wheel from Texas to Alaska. 622088



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Well pleased with TPMS. Easy setup and excellent written manual. 601777


Comments
Great. Tireminder people give great customer service.
Perry - 02/01/2020

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Haven't had time to use extensively yet but received product in a timely manner and was very easy to set up. Very happy so far. System is easily expandable. Comes with a great owners manual. 593448



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very satisfied with delivery. 589371



- TM-A1A-4
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Does what it’s intended for. We do get some odd alerts, but overall OK. 566939



- TM-A1A-4
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Everything shipped quickly....up and working on 5th wheel...love it! 498156



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Excellent product arrived as it was supposed to and worked as advertised. Easy setup and excellent introduction to the use. 487566



- TM-A1A-4
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Haven’t had chance to use this Tire Minder yet but etrailer service was excellent. I have recommended them to several friends recently. 473350


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