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TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors

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  • RV
  • Trailer
  • Mounts to Valve Stems
  • Standard Sensors
  • Smartphone Display
  • 4 Sensors
  • TireMinder
This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to an app on your smart device. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send alerts via Bluetooth. Early warning detections on app update every 4 minutes. Lowest Prices for the best tpms from TireMinder. TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors part number TPMS-APP-4 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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TireMinder TPMS - TPMS-APP-4

This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to an app on your smart device. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send alerts via Bluetooth. Early warning detections on app update every 4 minutes.


Features:

  • TPMS lets you monitor your RV's tire pressure and temperature via an app on your smart device
    • Works great with your motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer
    • Requires iPhone, iPad, Android or other smart device with Bluetooth 4.0 iOS7+ (Apple) or KitKat 4.4+ (Android)
  • Smartphone app 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
  • 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
  • Bluetooth adapter receives data from tire sensors and sends it directly to your smart device
    • Provides audible and visual alerts even if your smartphone is turned off
    • Includes Micro USB cable to charge adapter using your vehicle's 12-volt accessory outlet
  • 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 temperature range: -4 F - 185 F (-20 C - 85 C)
    • Battery life: 9 months - 14 months
  • Bluetooth receiver:
    • Dimensions: 6" tall x 2-3/8" wide x 5/8" deep
    • Operating distance (with booster installed and antennae up): 100' - 120'
    • Operating frequency: 433 MHz
    • Amperage draw: 1.0 amp
    • Battery life: 2 weeks - 4 weeks
    • Battery recharge time: 6 hours
  • 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 Smart 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 Bluetooth adapter, which relays the data to an app on your smartphone. Your smartphone 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 Smart TPMS is easy to set up and includes all of the tools and mounting hardware necessary 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 midpoint of your full towing setup. Set up the Bluetooth receiver in the cab of your tow vehicle near your smart device. Finally, install the TireMinder TPMS app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to your smart device and assign the sensor positions through the Learning Mode in the app. Once the tire sensors have been recognized by the app, you're ready to travel.


Note: Your smart device must be compatible with Bluetooth 4.0 to use the TireMinder Smart TPMS app. The app is compatible with iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 7+ and with Android devices running KitKat 4.4+.


TireMinder Smartphone App

App Diagram

  1. Temperature Reading - Displays the current temperature of your selected tire in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
  2. Pressure Reading - Displays the current pressure reading of your selected tire in psi, kPa, or BAR. Refreshes every 6 seconds. The Auto-Scroll option allows the app to scroll between all of your sensors automatically and display the pressure of each when selected. The number will display in red if there is a warning for the selected tire.
  3. Tire Sensor Icon - Indicates the installed tire sensor. The icon will be white if the sensor is not activated, or green if activated. The icon will turn red if the sensor detects an issue.
  4. Monitoring Mode - Shows up-to-date tire pressure information.
  5. Learning Mode - Displays during sensor installation. Lets you add and remove sensors to your system by simply touching the tire icon on the screen.
  6. Delete Mode - Lets you remove sensors from your system.
  7. Dialog Box - Displays detailed information about received alerts from tire sensors.

App Alerts

App Alerts

Specific text for app alerts will display in the dialog box. Once an issue is detected and an alert is triggered, the system will check the effected sensor every 6 seconds for updated information until the issue is addressed and the readings go back to normal settings.


App Functions

The app provides multiple options for displaying your pressure and temperature readings.


Auto-Update - Triggers instantly updated pressure readings.

Auto-Scroll - Scrolls between all of your sensors so you can view pressure and temperature automatically. Cycles at a rate of 6 seconds per tire.

Auto-Search - Lets you erase all of the previous pressure and temperature readings for a specific tire and refresh to find new, updated readings.


Bluetooth Receiver

Bluetooth Adapter

  1. Antenna - Receives data from the tire sensors. Keep the antenna up and extended to maximize electronic transmission distance.
  2. Power Button - Turns the receiver on and off. It is recommended that you always leave the receiver on to ensure a continuous connection between the tire sensors, receiver, and smart device. To turn the receiver off, press and hold the button for 3 seconds.
  3. Bluetooth Light - The blue light blinks when it's connected, and stays solid when it's disconnected.
  4. Alert Light - The red light blinks when tire issue occurs.
  5. Battery Light - The orange light blinks when the battery is low, and stays solid while the battery is charging. The light turns off when the battery is fully charged.

The TireMinder RV Bluetooth receiver acts as a relay between the tire sensors and the TireMinder TPMS app. It provides visual and audible alerts when a tire issue is detected, acting as a backup monitor to the app on your smart device.


A DC adapter with a Micro USB connection is included to charge the receiver's internal lithium-ion battery, and the receiver can be used while charging. It takes about 6 hours for the adapter to fully charge. A single battery charge will last between 2 and 4 weeks, depending on how much you use it. A notification will be sent to your smart phone if the battery is running low.


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 baselines 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 Bluetooth adapter 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.


Signal Booster Install

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. The optimal mounting location for the booster is in the medial section of your vehicle. 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.



TM22131 TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone - 4 Transmitters - Bluetooth

Alternate part number: TPMS-APP-4



TPMS-APP-4 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details TPMS-APP-4 Installation instructions


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




Video Transcript for TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna be taking a look at the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for smart phones. The four transmitter kit is part number TPMS-APP-4, and the six transmitter kit is part number TPMS-APP-6. This tire pressure monitoring system is compatible with both Android and iPhone devises. It's gonna monitor tire pressure and temperature on up to 22 different tires. This tire pressure monitoring system is great for vehicles that don't have factory pressure monitoring, tow-behind trailers, so you can monitor their tire pressure, campers and RVs, even those with a dual tire setup. It's also great for monitoring the tire pressure in your tow-behind vehicle while driving your RV.You can see on our Bluetooth receiver that it's indicating we have a low tire.

It will also indicate on your divide when you have a tire that is low. These ones do not indicate low, but this one does. That is because we just programmed it, and haven't set the baseline pressure. At the bottom of your app, select baseline, and now you can set the appropriate tire pressures that you need for your vehicle. We're gonna set this one, change it from the default of 116 to 75.

Now our tire warning is no longer present, and if we go back to the home, we're reading the appropriate pressures with no warnings.The kit will come with either four or six sensors that will be brass. You can purchase additional sensors at etrailer.com using part number TM-2BRASS for brass sensors in a quantity of two, and part number TM-2ALUM for aluminum sensors, which comes in a quantity of two. You can see here the different between the brass and the aluminum sensors. You'll want to use aluminum if you have aluminum valve stems, such as vehicle with factory tire pressure monitoring systems, or brass on brass valve stems, or other types that are not aluminum. The reason you would want to use aluminum on aluminum is to prevent a corrosion.

Brass on aluminum will cause premature corrosion, and may damage your tire pressure sensors.It also monitors temperature for an overheat condition, which could be caused by sticking brake calipers, brake pads, or seized wheel bearings. The app had several other useful features, such as the auto search. This can be used if a sensor is not reporting a tire pressure. It will cause the sensors to reset and retransmit their signal. This will allow you to determine if a sensor just did not send its signal at that time, or if there's a fault with that sensor, if it does still not send its signal.

It also has an auto scroll feature, which will cycle through the tires at set intervals. It also includes a disconnect mode. So if you have sensors connected to both your vehicle, motor home, RV, and also a trailer or vehicle that you're pulling behind your RV, and you disconnect one and you only want to drive just your vehicle or just your motor home, you simply disconnect it, and now you only will show the sensors here, so that the other sensors that will stay behind will not indicate that they're operating incorrectly.Now I'll unscrew one tire pressure sensor so you can see the warning on the screen, as if you had a blow-out. Batteries are included for your sensors, you will receive extra so you have two per sensor. Only one is needed. Also included is a micro USB charger for your Bluetooth receiver. Simply plug it in at the bottom, you'll get the indicator bolt on your device, your phone, and your Bluetooth receiver indicating that it's charging. A monitor bracket is also available at etrailer.com with part number M1-B. You can use this to mount the Bluetooth receiver of your smart phone. You can mount this to your windshield, dashboard, or any other location that it'll to.Now that we've gone over some of the features, I'll show you how to get it set up. The first thing you're gonna need to do is download the app. You can scan the QR codes on the first page of the instruction manual, or you could go to the app store on your smart phone and download the appropriate app for your iPhone or Android device. Just search TireMinder. Here we have the app opened up, and you can see we already have some of our sensors programmed. We're gonna go ahead and show you how to program the last sensor, which is our right front tire. The first thing we need to do to program a sensor is to turn on the included Bluetooth connection device, using the button on the top.Once that's turned on, simply open up the app and it will connect. You can tell it's connected when the blue Bluetooth icon is flashing. We're now connected, so we can now go learn the sensor. Select the learn tab on your phone. While the learn square is up, you'll need to screw the sensor into the tire. That way it will learn the appropriate position on your vehicle. Let's go ahead and do that now. Before we thread on our sensor, we'll thread on the lock nut. This will hold your sensor in place to keep it from rattling loose and falling off. Make sure to thread it down far enough so you can get your sensor all the way on. Thread your sensor on.It will beep and show you the pressure when it's on. There's an included tool to lock down your lock nut. Go ahead and use your finger to thread the lock nut up to the sensor. Put your tool into place, and then just snug it up. That'll keep your sensor secure. For larger RVs and long trailers, a signal booster is also included, which will maximize the range that your sensors can transmit their signals. The signal booster is easy to install using the attached wiring and alligator clips. It simply needs to be connected to a constant power source, such as the batteries here in our RV. You get about six feet of wiring, which can be used to mount it in the most appropriate, hidden location. The best locations are at the rear of the vehicle, and on the under carriage. That completes our look at the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for smart phones.


Customer Reviews

TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors - TPMS-APP-4

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (7 Customer Reviews)

This TPMS monitors your RV's tire pressure and temperature and sends real-time info to an app on your smart device. Tire sensors run checks every 6 seconds and send alerts via Bluetooth. Early warning detections on app update every 4 minutes.

- TPMS-APP-4
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What great service. Shipping was very fast and the price was the best I could find on line. 602956



- TPMS-APP-4
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Product worked as described. I’m still experimenting on where to place the booster but it seems to work anywhere I’ve placed it on the trailer. Setup was easy if you follow the instructions. By the way, if you have never ordered from etrailer you will be impressed with their service. 544515



- TPMS-APP-4
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The pressure monitors were easy to install and setup. Using them on our first trip out since installing them. The peace of mind of being able to see the pressures and temperatures of the tire makes the trip less nerve-wracking. Despite the rough roads of New York and Pennsylvania the monitors have stayed securely on the valve stems. 553678



- TPMS-APP-4
by:

This was easy to set up and gives such incredible peace of mind being able to see the trailer tire pressures and temperatures while towing. Works like a charm! 460511



- TPMS-APP-4
by:

Timely product arrival, easy to install and works great on our 41 foot 5th Wheel. Knowing tire pressure is necessary for safe relaxing driving. 549224



- TPMS-APP-6
by:

Review from a similar TireMinder TireMinder Smartphone in TPMS


Everything got here fast!! Ordered on A Saturday night had it Wednesday. Bought a companion hitch, biker bar and tire minder. Good packaging great communication. Pleasure doing business with you. 454324



- TPMS-APP-6
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Review from a similar TireMinder TireMinder Smartphone in TPMS


This is my second Class C and my third TPMS but by far the best of the three. My first TPMS was hard wired to its own independent mini screen and this Tire Minder is bluetooth enabled and works flawlessly thru my iPhone. My second unit is what I considered a Tire Minder wannabe. It was Bluetooth enabled and also worked thru a smartphone but it only monitored sporadically at best. Needless to say, it didn’t make the cut and was returned. I’ve taken two trips this year using this system and I could not be happier with its solid performance. It was incredibly easy to install and set up by using the directions from the included booklet and App. I also like how it goes into sleep mode but still runs in the background. The first trip had me nervous because I didn’t think the unit was working but l finally realized it was working as designed. This is a great TPMS and I highly recommend this product especially because of the peace of mind it brings mile after mile monitoring my air pressure and tire temperatures. 651449


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  • Comparing TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems TPMS-APP-4 and TM-A1A-4
  • TireMinder part # TM-A1A-4 is a complete pressure monitoring system that includes the 4 tire sensors/transmitters, the monitor, signal booster and other parts including batteries for the sensors. TireMinder part # TPMS-APP-4 is a similar system that instead uses your smartphone as the monitor. This model requires Bluetooth 4.0 and an iPad or iPhone with iOS7 or Android with KitKat 4.4+. The two linked review videos will highlight the details on these products.
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  • Recommendation For TPMS Option For Trailers
  • I understand your concerns and most of the reliable TPMS options include a booster component. Depending on your tire setup, I recommend the TireMinder RV TPMS for Smartphone, Item # TPMS-APP-6. The TireMinder system, Item # TPMS-APP-6, comes with 6 brass transmitters that check tire pressure and temperature. The sensors easily install onto your tire's valve stems, have a pressure range of 0-232 PSI, and the system can be expanded up to 22 tires. This system requires Bluetooth and...
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  • Is TireMinder Smart TPMS Compatible with Sync 3 Bluetooth in 2018 Ford F-250
  • From what I could find it doesn't look like the Sync 3 system from Ford will support the TireMinder App just yet. You may still be able to use the TireMinder # TPMS-APP-4 that uses the Smartphone display but I don't think you'll be able to utilize it with your 2018 Ford F-250 unless you are somehow able to install the app on your truck. If you can't download the app and/or it doesn't work with the Sync 3 then we have the TST System # TST-507-RV-4-C which uses the standard sensors or...
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  • Difference Between Tire Minder Transmitters Brass and Aluminum
  • It has to do with the the material your valve stem is made of. If they are brass you need the brass transmitters so that corrosion from dissimilar metals doesn't occur. The part # TPMS-APP-4 comes with brass but # TM-2ALUM is an aluminum pair sold separately.
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  • TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System Function for PSI and Temperature
  • The TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone - Signal Booster - 4 Transmitters # TPMS-APP-4 will not have any issue with monitoring your tires individually. The pressure range that can be monitored is 0 to 232 psi. This will help you to monitor each tire individually for pressure and temperature. The leading cause of tires problems is overheating due to under or over inflation and speeds exceeding the tire rated speed maximum. I definitely don't recommend having...
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  • Does TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone Only Display Via the App?
  • The TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone # TPMS-APP-4 will only be displayed on your phone. After the initial set up of the app, you can exit the app but should not fully close it, as that will not allow it to monitor your tires.
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  • Availablility of Tire Pressure Monitor System and Extra Sensors for Expansion
  • We have the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone - Signal Booster - 4 Transmitters # TPMS-APP-4. This system uses your smartphone for monitoring. I've attached a review video for you to see functions. For more sensors we have the 6 transmitter # TPMS-APP-6. Either system does have extra sensors available with the brass # TM-2BRASS and the aluminum # TM-2ALUM. The software can track up to 22 tires.
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  • Recommendation to Replace 235/80-16 Tires on Trailer
  • As you mentioned in your question, the highest load rating tire we have in the 235/80-16 tire size is a Load Rating E. If you would like to stick to the size you currently have mounted, I highly recommend looking at the Westlake ST235/80R16 Radial Trailer Tire # LHWL401. This radial tire has a maximum load of 3,520 pounds at 80 psi and an excellent maximum speed rating of 75 mph. The thing that sets this particular tire apart is the length and content of its warranty. This tire not only...
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitoring System For Single Axle Trailer
  • A tire pressure monitoring system like the TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Brass Valve Stems - 4 Transmitters - Signal Booster # TPMS-APP-4 is great for trailers, however it does not work with water. It will work great for your dry travel with tires up to 80 psi, but submerging in water will ruin the transmitters that screw onto the valve stems. The nice thing about having a system like this with a single axle trailer is you will have a couple extras transmitters for another...
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  • Recommended Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS for Motorhome and Tow Dolly
  • The TireMinder TPMS for Single Axle Trailers - Solar Powered - LCD Monitor - 2 Tire Sensors # TPMS-TRL-2 won't work for you due to the 25 foot range, but I do have an option for you. If you just want to monitor your tow dolly and rear vehicle wheels, you can use the TireMinder TPMS for RVs - Signal Booster - 4 Tire Sensors # TM-A1A-4. Unfortunately we don't have just a 2 wheel system with that larger range. This system has an included signal booster to make sure it can transmit over...
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  • TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring System Transmitters Compatibility Between Systems
  • The transmitters for the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System # TM-A1A-4 and the transmitters for the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Smartphone # TPMS-APP-4 are interchangeable according to my tech contact at TireMinder.
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  • Trailer Tire Pressure Increase on Monitoring System When Traveling
  • It is normal for your trailer tire PSI to increase with ambient temperature changes and the temperature increase from contact with the road (friction). Most systems like the tire pressure monitor # TPMS-APP-4 will alert you if there is an increase of 20% or more from the baseline pressure. For your 115 psi baseline, you should pull over and check your tires if you get to 138 psi in any tire. A fluctuation of 9-12 percent like you are experiencing is normal after traveling several hours.
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  • Max Tire Temperature on Kendra Loadstar 205-65-10 E Rated Tire
  • The Loadstar K399 Bias Trailer Tire - 205/65-10 - Load Range E # AM1HP56 should be run at 90 psi when filled cold. Trailer tires are always to be run at their max psi listed on the tire when filled prior to getting on the road. Failure to do so may cause the tire to heat up more and wear unevenly eventually leading to failure. The actual operating temperature of a trailer tire will vary quite a bit based on weather, (inflation, as noted), driving speed and the actual weight load on...
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  • Trailer Tire Monitor Temperatures for Safe Driving with Travel Trailer
  • When using a tire pressure monitoring system like # TPMS-APP-4, the tire pressure will change as you drive from your max psi listed on the tire when cold to a higher psi and temp due to friction plus ambient temperatures. When traveling in the Southwest, the temperatures get very high and this particular system alerts you to high temperatures. For instance when the internal temperature is at or above 167 degrees you receive an alert, when the tire internal temperature exceeds 185 degrees...
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  • How to Set Tire Pressure Monitoring System for 4.80x12 Trailer Tires with Maximum of 100 PSI
  • Trailer tires should always be inflated to the maximum psi as listed on the tire's sidewall. This means for your 4.80-12 size tires with a Load Range D, they should always be inflated to the 100 psi mentioned in your question. When setting up your TPMS, this is the baseline pressure you will want set for the tires on your trailer. The high pressure limit/alert on the system will then be activated if there is a pressure increase of 20% or more from this baseline number. I have attached...
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  • Will Tire Minder Smart TPMS for RVs TPMS-APP-4 Send Updates with Phone Off
  • The TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs # TPMS-APP-4 will send updated data on your trailer tires every 4 minutes, thanks to the included Bluetooth adapter. You will still get audible and visual alerts even with the phone off.
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