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TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors

TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors

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TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and uses Bluetooth to wirelessly send updates. You can use the monitor or a smartphone app as the screen. Flow through design lets you inflate tires without removing sensors from valve stems. Great Prices for the best tpms sensor from TireMinder. TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors part number TM76FR can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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TireMinder TPMS Sensor - TM76FR

  • 4 Sensors
  • RV
  • Trailer
  • TireMinder
  • Mounts to Valve Stems
  • Flow Through Sensors
  • Monitor Display
  • Smartphone Display
  • Water Resistant

TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and uses Bluetooth to wirelessly send updates. You can use the monitor or a smartphone app as the screen. Flow through design lets you inflate tires without removing sensors from valve stems.


Features:

  • TPMS lets you monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature via a monitor or smartphone app
    • Works with your motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer
    • Connect with Apple CarPlay to conveniently display tire pressure and temperature right on your car's dashboard
  • 4 Flow through sensors let you monitor each tire individually
    • Allow tires to be inflated or deflated without removing sensors
    • Send information from sensor to the monitor or your smartphone via Bluetooth
    • Check the tire pressure and temperature every 6 seconds
    • Can be used on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems
  • Easy-to-use LCD monitor provides you with visual and audible alerts
    • Warns you of changes with tire pressure, tire temperature, sensor and monitor batteries, and sensor signal
    • Enables you to set tire pressure and temperature settings
    • Lets you monitor up to 22 sensors - additional sensors sold separately (TM66FR)
    • Includes 12-volt, micro USB charger
  • Free TireMinder TPMS app can take the place of the monitor
    • Compatible with iPhone 7 and Android 4.4 or newer smartphones and iPad 7 devices or newer
  • Repeater extends the signal between the sensors and your phone or monitor
  • Zippered bag is included so you can store the system when not in use
  • Simple installation
    • Sensors are secured onto the tires' valve stems
    • Magnetic monitor holder mounts to the windshield or dashboard using a suction cup
    • Repeater installs onto the exterior of your RV or trailer
    • Batteries, 4 locking nuts, 4 O-rings, a wrench, and an adhesive are included


Specs:

  • Tire sensors:
    • Pressure range: 0 psi - 199 psi
    • Operating temperature range: -4 degrees F to 185 degrees F (-20 degrees C to 85 degrees C)
    • Battery voltage: 3V DC
    • Battery life: 9 to 14 months
    • Accuracy: ±3 percent
  • Monitor:
    • Overall dimensions (not including antenna): 4" wide x 3/4" deep x 5-3/4" tall
    • Screen dimensions: 5" diagonally
    • Working voltage: 3V DC
    • Battery recharge time: 6 hours
  • Repeater:
    • Overall dimensions (not including antenna): 2-1/2" wide x 3/4" deep x 4-1/4" tall
    • Wire length: 6' 7-1/4"
    • Wire configuration:
      • Black: ground
      • Red: power
    • Input voltage: 12V or 24V DC
  • Monitoring capacity with included sensors: 4 tires
  • 3-Year warranty


While on the road, it is very important to regularly maintain your tires and make sure they're inflated correctly. If your tires are underinflated or overinflated, they'll develop irregular tread wear and become prone to overheating and blowing out. The TireMinder A1AS TPMS helps protect your investment and keep your family safe by monitoring your tires and alerting you of any signs of danger before disaster strikes.


4 Flow Through Sensors with Bluetooth

This TPMS includes 4 flow through sensors that let you individually monitor each tire on your application for changes in pressure and temperature. The flow through design allows you to inflate or deflate your tires without having to remove the sensors. These sensors are able to work on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems. Every 6 seconds, they will check the pressure and temperature again, and use Bluetooth to send that information directly to the monitor or smartphone app.


Simple Setup with Monitor and App

Unlike most other systems, this TPMS lets you choose between using the monitor or an app on your smart device as the screen. The TireMinder TPMS 2.0 app is free to download and use. For Apple smartphones and devices, it's compatible with models iPhone 7 and iPad 7 and newer. Apple users can connect to Apple CarPlay to display the details of your tire on your car's dashboard. For Android smartphones, it's compatible with model Android 4.4 and newer. However, if you decided to use the app, you will still have to have the monitor in operation within 10 feet, as it is crucial for helping to bridge the Bluetooth transmission between the sensors and your phone.


TireMinder 6-Sensor TPMS Setup

The monitor or smartphone app will provide you with visual and audible cues to warn you of dangerous changes in tire pressure and tire temperature, as well as alert you of changes with the monitor battery, sensor battery, and sensor signal. Before you begin setup, make sure the monitor has been charged and the repeater and sensor batteries have been installed. If you have decided to use your smart device as the monitor, download the app and connect to Bluetooth.


TireMinder 6-Sensor TPMS Setup

Select your RV or trailer configuration or the locations of the tires you want to monitor. Then select one tire location, install a sensor on the corresponding tire on your RV or trailer, and the current PSI will automatically appear on the screen. With the purchase of additional sensors (TM66FR - sold separately), you can monitor up to 22 tires, which is perfect for a fleet. Sensors can be added, moved, deleted, or replaced at any point, even after initial installation.


TireMinder A1AS TPMS Setup

You can set the tire pressure in psi, Bar, and KPa. If you choose psi, you can set the tire pressure anywhere from 0 psi to 199 psi. As for the temperature, you're able to switch between degrees F and degrees C, and the system will alert you if the temperature exceeds 167 degrees F. With both the monitor and the app, you are also able to disconnect and reconnect to different vehicles, RVs, or trailers. This is useful for those who switch between different applications, such as a Class A motorhome owner who sometimes tows a car.


RHINO Repeater Boosts Signal

TireMinder TPMS RHINO Repeater

This repeater helps improve 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. 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.


Easy Installation

This TPMS system includes 8 batteries, 4 locking nuts, 4 O-rings, a wrench, and an adhesive. Once the batteries have been inserted, thread the locking nuts onto the valve stems, and install the sensors. Lastly, secure the locknuts against the sensors with the wrench.


The weatherproof and dustproof Bluetooth repeater can be installed anywhere on the exterior of your RV or trailer between the rear axle and king pin. The optimal mounting location for a towable camper is toward the front whereas the optimal mounting location for a drivable RV is toward the rear. it is not recommended to install the repeater inside your vehicle, as you might experience signal blockage. Use either the adhesive (included) or hardware (not included) to attach the repeater and wire it to a power supply line. In order to reduce vibration, make sure it's securely mounted. Then connect the black wire to ground, and the red wire to power. Zip-ties are included to fasten the booster and wires to your RV or trailer.



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Video of TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for TireMinder RV and Trailer A1AS TPMS Review

What's up everybody It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna be checking out the TireMinder A1AS. It's gonna be a tire pressure monitor system with a wireless monitor. Let's check it out. It's always good to monitor the tire pressure in your rig. It's not as easy to check every time you stop somewhere and sometimes you might forget.

With a monitor here in the cab of your truck you can always glance over and see how much air is in those tires. How this works is you're gonna get four pass-through sensors that you thread onto the valves of your tire, which are gonna send a signal to the monitor so they tell you the PSI on each one of those tires. You're also gonna get a signal booster that you'll need to run in line to your 12-volt power. So we have it hooked up to a battery right now just to show you the power and how it works. It's gonna boost the signal so it doesn't have to compete with any other wireless signals on your rig or around your truck.

This way, you're always gonna be able to check out that PSI on your tires. With the signal repeater or booster installed I just wanted to show you how well it works. So we walked quite a bit aways away from our rig and we still have a readout here on the monitor of the PSIs of those four tires. Included with the kit is a suction pump mount that has a magnet at the end of it. So you can stick your monitor on there.

Now, we already have one on the cab of our truck. We already stuck the magnet and just peel back the part protecting the adhesive, push it on the back, goes right into place. So that's nice that it's not true intrusive. You don't have to install anything on your dash. Just a simple magnet mount will work.

Also included is a charger. So not only does it have the 12-volt port for your vehicle you can plug into. It also has A/C outlet, so you can use that indoors if you need to. We're gonna pull that up right now 'cause we don't need it and plug it into our 12-volt outlet. Put it in accessory mode and then plug in our monitor. You're supposed to get six hours of charge out of the monitor. Now with it plugged in, you can see the lightning bolt and the battery's going through showing you how much of a charge it has. It's charging right now. When I go unplug it, the readout will stop and it looks like we have 75% battery life. When not in use, you can pull down the 12 volt, fold it out of the way, folds into itself so that it's this nice square design. Not gonna take a lot of space. You also have an extra USB port here at the bottom, so this is what was using the one you had, you still have that spare one to charge your phone. Also gonna get a nice carrying case for it. Now, the monitor's not gonna fit in there because of the antenna, so it's not intended for that, but all the cords, A/C unit, and 12-volt port will fit in here and zip it up, keep it all nice and neat so you can find everything when you need it. Just to do this as an example, it will monitor your tire pressure. So if it goes to zero, let me unscrew the sensor, (sensor beeping) it'll start beeping, let you know that it's a rapid leak and very low pressure and the PSI has changed. So it is always monitoring and will alert you if there's any changes. The system can handle up to 22 different tires. So the way it's laid out right now, you can see this is all on the trailer. Then this would be a flat-towed vehicle or even had dual wheel setups. You could program each tire individually and keep an eye on 'em at all times. Something else that I really like about the sensors is they're gonna be passed through. That means I can unthread the cap at the end if I need to inflate the tire. I don't have to remove the sensor at all. I just thread this on, inflate it from here, and just remove this when I'm done. It makes it far easier to get more air in those tires. Another good thing is that if you only need the four sensors out of the gate, right now we only need four for the trailer, you get a different setup, maybe you have dual wheels, you need more sensors, you can order those separately and add to your system. Because, like I said before, it goes all the way up to 22 sensors. You can always expand on what you got. Something to think about before you order the new sensors is where your valve placement is. So on this motor home here, you can see I can't quite thread that on. It's coming at a weird angle. I might be able to put it in the hubcap, but still, this portion gets in the way. You might have to get an extension to bring it out here and then thread that on. When you go to set this up, what you're gonna do is remove the cap. This is where we're gonna install our battery. So on the sensor, so on the inside, we'll just slide this into place, the battery that was included. Slides in like that. Then replace the cap, make sure the thread's on there evenly, and then you even have the O-ring, the rubber O-ring that's gonna help keep the weather outside of the device and that way it doesn't cause any issues. And you get replacement O-rings too, so you'll have to check those over time and replace them. Really easy to do. Now we're gonna go over to our valve stem and install this sensor. First we're gonna add our lock nut in place. So we're gonna thread this on far enough so we can install our sensor. Let's give that a try. Put this on next. You'll hear a little air escape. It's not a big deal. You'll go past that. It'll seal it up with that hand tight. Then we come back and bring nut towards the back from the device. Even get a little tool that comes with it to help you get it just a little bit tighter so it sits in there. We'll turn it not too tight, but just snug. That seems good right there. And now you can't undo the sensor, so that's what's gonna keep you from just taking off your tire valve. Next we'll program the sensors with the monitor charge. You can hit the up and down button, hold it for five seconds. It's gonna go from monitoring mode to learning mode. So you'll see the flashing numbers. That's where you program each one of the sensors. So if we just installed the one here on the tire, that's where we wanna put it. So we program that in and then you can hit up and down to switch to the next one. So we programmed our one on the passenger side. And then you see we have options. Everywhere there's these two lines we can put more sensors if we need to, but I just put 'em exactly where the tires we're on the rig. Now once you've done that, and you program those in there, you throw 'em in there, the number pops up right away. You can just hold those buttons again and it'll go from learn to monitor. Now it's in monitoring mode. You see all the other lines are clear so you only focus on what sensors are installed. Once it's in monitoring mode you can hit this center button. It'll switch from PSI to Fahrenheit to let you know the temperatures of the tire. You can also download an app from TireMinder and monitor it on your phone. So it's gonna connect via Bluetooth and you can see the readout here. Overall, I do like this system. It's really nice to have this monitor where I can just glance at it and see where all the PSI is on the tires, see where it's set at. I don't have to get a gauge out and check each tire individually. Now, you can also use your phone, but I like leaving my phone open for music, or maps, or something like that where I can just know that this is for tires only, this is what I'm gonna look at. And I also like that you can expand on this system. If you just start with four sensors, you can always get more if you get a different trailer or a different setup. So I don't have to buy a whole new setup when I do upgrade my trailer. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out. I hope this helped.


Customer Reviews

TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster - Bluetooth - 4 Flow Through Tire Sensors - TM76FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and uses Bluetooth to wirelessly send updates. You can use the monitor or a smartphone app as the screen. Flow through design lets you inflate tires without removing sensors from valve stems.

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  • A1AS TPMS With Six Sensors Availability
    Yes, the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers # TM69FR is just what you need. This TPMS will monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature and use Bluetooth to wirelessly send updates to the LCD monitor or through your smartphone or tablet via the app. The system includes a repeater to boost the signal between the sensors and screen. I've attached a video below that will offer some additional information and walk you through the installation process.
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  • Recommended TPMS for 2014 Cadillac SRX Towed Behind Newmar King Aire
    The TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-4 would certainly do a good job monitoring the tires on your 2014 Cadillax SRX. This system comes with a grayscale monitor, updates every 12 seconds, and has a 3-year warranty. However, I prefer the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers w Signal Booster # TM76FR. This system has a faster refresh rate updating every 6 seconds, an LCD color monitor, and a 3-year warranty like the TST. It also gives you the option to monitor on your smartphone via Bluetooth.
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  • Flow Thru Sensor Tire Pressure System for Trailer that Can be Left On During Storage
    For a tire pressure monitoring system that has 4 flow thru sensors we have the TireMinder A1AS TPMS for RVs and Trailers # TM76FR which would work really well. These can be left on during storage without issue as well.
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