Waterproof Rating: IP69K - Sensors can be kept under 1m of water for short period of time. Ensure caps are tight before taking sensors under water - if damage occurs due to sensors not be tigthened warranty is void.
With new IP ratings, Masten's rearview cameras and tyre sensors are even more advantageous in environments requiring a high degree of protection from dust, submersion, and high-pressure, high-temperature spray-down. This level of protection is essential in many food & beverage, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical markets but also applies to off road activities namely river crossing.
Heavy Duty 4x4/Truck/Caravan Sensor with Massive Pressure Range 0 to 13 BAR / 0 to 188PSI
Also Featuring Faster Pairing with LF Pair Sensor which means there is no need to deflate the tyre to pair!
IMPORTANT - This Listing includes one sensor to suit the Masten Range of Premium TPMS Kits
External Cap Specifications
- Operational Temperature: -40 to 80Â°C
- Storage Temperature: -40 to 85Â°C
- Pressure Range: 0 to 13 BAR, 0~188PSI
- Pressure Accuracy: Â±0.1BAR, Â±1.5PSI
- Temperature Accuracy: Â±3Â°C
- Transmission Power:<10dBm
- Transmission Frequency: 433.92MHz
- Battery life: 2 years(CR1632, -40 to 80Â°C)
- Size: 24mm(diameter) x 21mm(height) - without anti-theft housing
- 27mm(diameter) x 23mm(height) - with anti-theft housing
- Weight: 11.5g, without anti-theft housing
15.4g, with anti-theft housing
User Manuals comes in the box for unit and sensors: E-Copies also available from us.
We have instructionals on our youtube page also if you are having difficulty installing.
If the sensors have not been moved for 1 hour or more they will be in sleep mode. After around 5 seconds of movement, the sensors will 'wake' up and start sending the tyre information data (pressure/temperature) every 6 seconds to the monitor.
What are Tyre Pressure Monitor Systems?
passenger vehicles in the 1980s and today is a mandatory feature in the United States.
Benefits of a Masten TPMS?
The dynamic behavior of a pneumatic tire is closely connected to its inflation pressure. Key factors like braking distance and lateral stability require the inflation pressures to be adjusted and kept as specified by the vehicle manufacturer. Extreme under-inflation can even lead to thermal and mechanical overload caused by overheating and subsequent, sudden destruction of the tire itself. Additionally, fuel efficiency and tire wear are severely affected by under-inflation. Tires do not only leak air if punctured, they also leak air naturally, and over a year, even a typical new, properly mounted tire can lose from 20 to 60 kPa (3 to 9 psi), roughly 10% or even more of its initial pressure.
The significant advantages of TPMS are summarized as follows:
Fuel savings: According to the GITI, for every 10% of under-inflation on each tire on a vehicle, a 1% reduction in fuel economy will occur. In the United States alone, the Department of Transportation estimates that under inflated tires waste 2 billion US gallons (7,600,000 m3) of fuel each year.
Extended tire life: Under inflated tires are the #1 cause of tire failure and contribute to tire disintegration, heat buildup, ply separation and sidewall/casing breakdowns. Further, a difference of 10 lbs. in pressure on a set of duals literally drags the lower pressured tire 13 feet per mile. Moreover, running a tire even briefly on inadequate pressure breaks down the casing and prevents the ability to retread. It is important to note that not all sudden tire failures are caused by under-inflation. Structural damages caused, for example, by hitting sharp curbs or potholes, can also lead to sudden tire failures, even a certain time after the damaging incident. These cannot be proactively detected by any TPMS.
Decreased downtime and maintenance: Under-inflated tires lead to costly hours of downtime and maintenance.
Improved safety: Under-inflated tires lead to tread separation and tire failure, resulting in 40,000 accidents, 33,000 injuries and over 650 deaths per year. Further, tires properly inflated add greater stability, handling and braking efficiencies and provide greater safety for the driver, the vehicle, the loads and others on the road.
Environmental efficiency: Under-inflated tires, as estimated by the Department of Transportation, release over 57.5 billion pounds of unnecessary carbon-monoxide pollutants into the atmosphere each year in the United States alone..
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