Minder Research, Inc. of Stuart, Florida, presents the TireMinder® Tire Pressure Monitoring System TMG400C-4 and TMG400C-6 for RVs, fifth-wheels and motorhomes.
Designed to monitor tire pressure and temperature continuously, the TireMinder TPMS offers both visual AND audible warnings if a tire’s pressure drops or if tire temperature exceeds 167 degrees fahrenheit (blowout warnings.) Drivers can easily monitor up to 22 wheels simultaneously.
The TMG400C-4 includes four compact, lightweight pressure/temperature transmitters which screw directly onto the valve stems. Transmitters weigh less than 1/2 ounce and will not affect tire balance.
The TMG400C-6 includes six transmitters and a hardwired booster that eliminates signal loss caused by electronic interference and/or distance.
TireMinder® transmitters have replaceable lithium batteries. Included in the package are an easy-to-read digital monitor, extra lithium batteries, a heavy-duty multi-angle bracket, a 12-/24-volt charger, and a one-year warranty.
Sets of two extra transmitters (TMT400C-2) are available for RVs. Towed cars with a built-in TPMS may require aluminum transmitters (TMT400C-2AL).
TireMinder® TPMS customers are eligible to receive FREE transmitter batteries annually through 2018. To enroll in the program, owners can fill out and return the warranty card. The replacement program allows TPMS owners to send their used lithium transmitter batteries to Minder Research for safe disposal. The company will return an equal number of batteries at no charge.
“This program saves our customers money and protects our environment by facilitating battery recycling and proper disposal of used batteries,” said Debbie Druien, president of Minder Research. “The program makes replacing transmitter batteries easy, and we will discard the old ones in an ecologically responsible manner.”
TireMinder® customers who purchased the TPMS system before the free battery program was in place are also eligible.
The TireMinder® TPMS costs less than ONE RV tire or high-performance tire, yet saves gas, time and money.
Check out the TPMS installation video by Mark Polk of RV Education 101: