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TPMS tire pressure monitoring

TPMS tire pressure monitoring

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Regular price 499,00 DKK
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TPMS tire pressure monitoring for motorcycles, scooters & mountain bikes. Easy installation – No wiring to battery. Charging via USB or the built-in solar panels.

Specifications

Country of origin: China
Warranty: 2 years
Areas of application: IP65. Waterproof, dustproof, cold and hot climates.
Frequency range: 433.92 MHz
Refresh rate: 3 seconds
Power: DC 5V built-in Li-Ion battery
Plug: USB
Alarms: Decreasing tire pressure, low tire pressure, low battery condition, high temperature, no signal to sensors
Charger: All mobile USB chargers with 5V can be used. Not included
Min. – Max. pressure: 0 – 6.6 BAR
Pressure accuracy; +/- 0.1 BAR
Temperature accuracy: +/- 3 gr. celsius
Working Min. – Max. temperature: -20 – 80 degrees celsius.
Storage Min. – Max. temperature: -30 – 85 degrees celsius.

Scope of delivery

1 x X-TPMS unit with LCD screen and solar cells
1 x handlebar bracket
2 x Valve caps with sensors
2 x Nuts for anti-theft valve caps
1 x Spanner
1 x USB cable for charging theX-TPMS unit

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Description

Monitor your tire pressure and temperature in real time with this smart X-TPMS for 2-wheelers.

Easy and quick mounting on the handlebars with the supplied bracket with a ball head for adjustable tilt.
Replace the valve caps with the included valve caps with built-in sensors that measure tire pressure and temperature, which are transmitted to the small X-TPMS units LCD-screen on the handlebars.

If the tire pressure gets too low or the temperature gets too high, an alarm buzzes and flashing icons appears on the LCD screen.

The system is of course waterproof and dustproof and can be used in all kinds of weather. Built-in battery which is charged via solar cells or the included USB cable which can be used in all 5 volt USB mobile chargers (not included).
The valve caps use button cell batteries CR-1632 and must be replaced when there is no more power after approx. 2 years.