Steelmate TP-S4i Solar Powered TPMS internal Sensor
The TP-S4i tyre pressure monitoring system has a solar powered windscreen mount display and is supplied with four internal sensors which displays the tyre pressures of all four tyres in BAR or PSI.
The system monitors both tyre pressure and tyre temperature, and will alert the driver of leaks, punctures and over-heating (over 80 Degrees Celcius)
In addition, the alarm threshold of pressure can be set and adjusted by the driver.
The system can monitor tyre pressure
from as low as 1.7Bars,up to 5.0 Bars, which suits a wide range of vehicles.
All sensors come pre-paired to the correct
wheel position and are labelled for easy installation.
Features Wireless transmission, no wire connection is needed. Intelligent sleeping mode for power saving. High temperature and low battery,visual and audible warning. Variable pressure unit (PSI or Bar). Long battery life (≥5 years)
Professional Sensor: Tandarin Battery Operating Frequency: 433.92MHz ± 0.05MHz Operating Voltage: 2.0~3.8V Operating Temp.: -40°C~+105°C / -40°F ~ + 221°F Battery Life: ≥5 years Weight: 44g ± 1g Display: Operating Frequency: 433.92MHz ± 0.05MHz Operating Voltage: 12 ± 3V Operating Temp: -40°C ~ +85°C / -40°F ~ +185°F
Programming Sensors to the display: NOTE: ALL TPMS kits & packages sold by us will be pre-programmed so the customer does NOT need to program the sensors. For Internal sensors though, when tyre rotation occurs, the customer will need to program the sensors to the display. There are two methods: Method 1. Install the sensors, make sure the display is in programming mode (see manual), inflate/deflate the tyres a little according to instructions on the manual. The sensor should register the pressure change and send signals to the display. Save the sensor data on the display. Method 2. Purchase an internal sensor partner (available on our website). Make sure your sensors are installed & display is in programming mode. This device will prompt the sensors to send out the signals without having to inflate/deflate the tyre. Save the sensor data on the display.