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TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors

TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 6 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 - 6 Tire Sensors part number TM-A1A-6 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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TireMinder TPMS Sensor

  • 6 Sensors
  • TireMinder
  • Mounts to Valve Stems
  • RV
  • Trailer
  • 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.


  • 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
    • Can also be used on your carrier-mounted spare tire
  • 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
  • 6 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 (12) 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


  • 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: 6 tires
  • 1-Year limited warranty


This TireMinder TPMS monitors the pressure and temperature level of the tires on your RV, motorhome, 5th wheel, motor coach, or trailer. It can also be used on your carrier-mounted spare tire. 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 6 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.

TM22123 TireMinder A1A RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System - 6 Transmitters - Signal Booster

Alternate part number: TM-A1A-6

Item # TM-A1A-6

Installation Details TM-A1A-6 Installation instructions

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Customer Reviews

TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor - Signal Booster - 6 Tire Sensors - TM-A1A-6

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (15 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.

- TM-A1A-6

Really works well. It took a little time to get the "senders" attached to each of the six tires and synched to the display, but after that, it works great. Weve had it for a year and no problems and readings are accurate.

I have had these on my RV for over a year and depend on them. The install is easy as putting a cap on a valve stem and linking a bluetooth earphone to your smartphone. Customer service is also outstanding.
Ma P - 01/18/2021

- TM-A1A-6

Tire Minder was installed per the instructions, but have only used it 2 times. Each time it was used, it resulted in false readings. One false reading was for under pressure. The tire checked out with proper pressure. Another reading was for high temperature. The tire was checked immediately with a temperature gun. The tire, rim and valve were not overheated. The problem is that both of these errors required pulling to the side of two-lane roads with little or no shoulder. The false readings put me in a dangerous situation that I would rather not be put in. I will give the Tire Minder one more try soon. If I get another false reading, I will remove it permanently.

I reached out to one of my contacts at TireMinder about the false readings youve experienced. My contact said the first step in finding a solution for this issue is reviewing the installation location of the signal booster. If youre using the system on a motorhome, my contact recommended the booster be installed toward the rear of the motorhome, on the undercarriage. If youre using it on a trailer or 5th wheel, my contact recommends the booster be installed toward the front of the trailer, also on the undercarriage.
-- Etrailer Expert Victoria B - 01/31/2020

- TM-A1A-6

The tireminder was easy to setup and use, it has worked faultlessly on my 40' 5th wheel RV, I am preparing to install the provided replacement batteries since it has been active for 1-year. so far I have not had a tire problem so I have not been able to test the warning part of the system.

- TM-A1A-6

The Tire Minder TPMS tire pressure monitoring system has given us tremendous peace of mind while traveling in our RV. I also appreciate the ease of checking tire pressures before setting off on a trip. Before we installed the system, I had to haul out a mechanics blanket and tools then get down on my hands and knees to pull wheel covers to get to the tire valve stems with the digital gauge. Now, I just turn on the receiving unit and wait for the system to update. If I do need to change the tire pressures, the Y stems (flow adaptors) make it a breeze to get the inflation gun attached to the valve stem. No more cut knuckles!

- TM-A1A-6

On line they say the batteries would last about a year, but after only 3 months and 2200 miles I began experiencing faulty leak warnings. After contacting the company I was asked to check battery voltage. The voltage had dropped to 3.0 volts which they said would cause this type of warning. They sent new batteries which tested at 3.29 V. They dropped to 3.1V after traveling for only 9 days so I’m removing batteries from the sensors while not traveling. Annual free battery replacement of batteries wasn’t working for me as they send 130AH batteries. I went with slightly batteries 40 for $10 on line so I have extra batteries.

- TM-A1A-6

I bought my Tireminder TPMS for towing my 5th wheel RV. It is very seldom that a good tire blows out, but when one starts loosing air and over heats is when you get the big BAM!!!! I tow to Alaska often and there are long stretches without service so it's nice to have the assurance of a reliable TPMS! And the Tireminder is reliable.

- TM-A1A-6

The A1A is easy to install and worked perfectly the first time I used it. Don't bother with the locks that come with it. Just a waste of time. Installed the A1A at the camp grounds we were staying at for a long weekend. Thought it would take a lot longer than it did. On the drive home my wife was monitoring the tire pressure and temp. We did get a warning alert that one tire was getting a little hot. Came on as we were about to stop for gas. As I filled the tank my wife watched as the temp went down. Got back on the road and the tire was fine the rest of the way home. Easy to use, easy to install, what's not to like?

- TM-A1A-6

Installation is very intuitive as the owners manual and on-line resources are plentiful. Installed on 40ft DP with toad behind. Always recommended to monitor the towed vehicle’s tires to insure safe travel and this system is the way to go.

- TM-A1A-6

etrailer is great to work with. They helped me follow up with a manufacturer on a product quality issue and got me replacement products quickly with minimal hassle for me. Thank you etrailer, you guys are the best.

- TM-A1A-6

The instructions for the setup were good. I tested a loss of pressure by allowing a leak with a partially installed sensor. The alarm and designation of which tire was leaking alarmed as expected. I have not driven with the A1A install yet so no comments for actual driving conditions.

- TM-A1A-6

Working well, no problems

- TM-A1A-6

System was easy to install and works gr eat

- TM-A1A-6

Accurate and reliable.

- TM-A1A-6

Great product. Worked as it advertised.

- TM-A1A-6

Great product and service.


Ask the Experts about this TireMinder TPMS Sensor

  • How To Obtain Additional Sensors for the TireMinder TPMS A1A
    In order to obtain additional sensors for the TireMinder TPMS for RVs like part # TM-A1A-6 you can use the Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS part # TM-2Brass or the TireMinder TPMS part # TM-2ALUM if you are using them on a car or light truck with built-in TPMS and aluminum valve stems. Please note, the TireMinder TPMS for RVs will let you monitor up to 22 different tires.
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  • Availability of TPMS with 6 Flow Through Tire Sensors
    I have the perfect solution for you, but TireMinder does not offer flow through sensors for their Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), like the # TM-A1A-6 system you were checking out, which uses standard sensors. Instead, take a look at the TST TPMS for RVs # TST-507-FT-6-C, which includes a full-color monitor, signal booster, and 6 flow through sensor, just like you wanted. Additional flow through sensors for this specific system are also available as part # TST-507-FT-S2. I've...
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  • Recommendation for Wireless Tire PSI Monitors.
    For your application I recommend going with the TireMinder TPMS for RVs # TM-A1A-6 which comes with a signal booster and 6 tire sensors with the brass construction (for use on rubber, steel, chrome, or nickel valve stems). This system falls under your price point and refreshes automatically to give you new tire info every 4 minutes. It also includes a USB charger to power the monitor through your vehicle's 12V accessory outlet. The only time this will exceed your budget is if you are...
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  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System That can be Submerged in Water on Boat Trailer
    The TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System # TM-A1A-6 is weatherproof which means it can withstand the elements, but should not be fully submerged in water. I contacted a representative of Tuson who said their Towable Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems can be submerged in salt water because like you said, they are mounted inside your trailer tires. The correct monitoring system with 6 sensors will depend on the size of your valve stems. You will need part # TPMS6WIVS which works...
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  • Can TireMinder TPMS System Be Used on Inner Tire Valve Extensions
    I reached out to my contact at TireMinder and she said there aren't any issues using their TPMS systems like the part # TM-A1A-6 you were looking at with valve extensions, as long as the extensions are steel. The added weight of the sensors won't cause problems with them potentially snapping off during travel. They will work really nicely for your RV's inner tires. I have attached a short video review and the written install manual below that you can check out as well.
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  • Can TireMinder A1A Tire Pressure Monitoring System TM-A1A-6 Read Pressure in Spare Tire
    The TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System # TM-A1A-6 will still be able to accurately read and report the PSI pressure in your RV's spare tire, even though the tire is mounted on your spare tire carrier and is not rotating. I confirmed this with my contact at Minder Research, maker of the TireMinder system # TM-A1A-6.
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  • Is there a TireMinder Monitoring System that Comes with 10 Sensors
    We have TireMinder systems with 6 sensors and additional sensors can be added. For 6 sensor systems we have # TM-A1A-6 which is the regular system and # TPMS-APP-6 which uses a smartphone as the monitor (smartphone is of course sold separately). Additional sensors are available is 2-packs. For aluminum use # TM-2ALUM. For brass use # TM-2BRASS. The sensors included with the 6-sensors sets are all brass.
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  • Are Transmitters Necessary for Each Tire When Using TireMinder?
    The TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Signal Booster - 6 Transmitters # TM-A1A-6 is going to require you to use the transmitters that come with the product. It would only be able to read its own transmitters and not the ones on your tow vehicle as well. I've added a link to a video review of this product for you as well as a link to a video of the system being installed.
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  • Will Tuson Tire Pressure System Interfere with Wireless Backup Camera
    The Tuson RV and Trailer TPMS # TM-A1A-6 that you referenced uses radio frequency to transmit information which would not interfere with your backup cameras at all.
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  • Will the TireMinder TPMS for RVs Work With Nitrogen Filled Tires
    Yes, the TireMinder TPMS for RVs like part # TM-A1A-6 which is what I recommend will work on nitrogen filled tires. I have attached a full list of our TireMinder systems below.
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  • What is More Concerning With RV Tires- Tire Pressure or Tire Temperature?
    I can understand how you might be alarmed at the increase in pressure, but the increase in pressure is to be expected and there isn't a danger zone in pressure as much as there should be concern about the heat buildup on the tires. Excessive heat is the worst enemy of tires and heat buildup can be caused by overloading of your RV or under-inflation of the tires. Westlake tires with a load range rating of G, like the # LHWL410 are designed to be inflated to 110 PSI when cold (you'll want...
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  • Aluminum Tire Sensors for TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    Aluminum tire sensors are absolutely available for use with a number of TireMinder tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). These systems each come with brass sensors so all you need to do is order the quantity you need of the Aluminum Tire Sensors for TireMinder TPMS - Qty 2 # TM-2ALUM. These aluminum sensors work with the following systems: - TireMinder TPMS for RVs - LCD Monitor # TM-A1A-4 and # TM-A1A-6 - TireMinder Smart TPMS for RVs - Smartphone App # TPMS-APP-4 and # TPMS-APP-6 I...
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  • TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring System for Multiple Trailers
    I spoke with my contact regarding your existing solar powered TireMinder Tire Pressure Monitoring System. We do not currently have this particular kit but she said that it is really only designed to be used with one trailer. The transmitters with that system are specific to the monitor so additional transmitters could only be added if the ones you currently have on your camping trailer are "deleted" from the system.. This means you would need to go through the process of deleting and relearning...
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  • Can Tuson TPMS RV System be Used on Spare Tire
    I spoke with my contact at Tuson regarding their TPMS systems like the 6 Sensor Kit # 335TPMS6WIVS that you were looking at and he said that the tire does need to be rotating for the sensor to be able to gauge pressure and temperature. You can certainly still mount the sensor to the spare and program it to the monitor but it's not going to be able to read any data until the spare is actually mounted and being used. For a similar system that CAN be used to read the pressure of a spare...
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  • Comparing Smartphone and Display Version of the Tireminder TPMS Systems
    I'd go with the smartphone version of the Tireminder TPMS part # TPMS-APP-6 over the kit that comes with a display part # TM-A1A-6. Since it connects to your phone that's one less thing to remember on trips and it's one less thing you'd have to install and keep track of.
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  • Can the TireMinder A1A Sensors be Paired with the i10 System
    I spoke with TireMinder and they assured me that the sensors from the A1A, part # TM-A1A-6, are compatible with the i10, part # TM89FR. Once you have paired the sensors to the i10, you will be able to monitor them the same as you would on the A1A. I've linked to a video review of the i10 for your consideration.
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  • Will the TireMinder Display on a DVD Receiver in my Car
    We currently do not offer the Jensen VX3518 DVD Receiver so I am not up to date on it's features but it will need to have access to either the Google Play App Store or the Apple IOS App Store in order for it to be able to display the tire pressure readings from the TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System part # TPMS-APP-6. The reason for this is that you have to download an app on your Android or Apple smartphone in order to use the above TireMinder RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System....
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