Tyre Pressure Monitoring for motorhomes caravans and cars

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Simple solar powered TPMS Tyre Pressure Measuring System by Michelin

Leading tyre manufacturer Michelin has endorsed this TPMS because it is well designed and built, and could not be simpler to fit and use. TPMS stands for Tyre Pressure Management System and this TPMS does exactly that with no fuss. In reality it is a fit and forget product because you will ignore your TPMS unless it warns you if:

  • Any of your tyres deflate below 15% of their recorded cold pressure.
  • A tyre rapidly deflates due to a puncture.
  • A tyre gets too hot, for example during a long mountain decent.
  • A tyre's pressure becomes too high, for example during motorway driving on a hot day.

Please note: 10% "10OFF" site wide discount is not valid for this item due to it already being a sale item.

What are the benefits of TPMS Tyre Pressure management systems?

Most of us put off checking tyre pressures because it is a dirty and time consuming job, which means that there is a lot of under inflated tyres on the roads. Low tyre pressures increase fuel consumption, tyre wear and braking distances. Low tyre pressures also adversely affect road handling and passenger comfort. By fitting a TPMS you will feel confident that you are maintaining your tyres at their optimum performance thus saving the planet and possibly lives.

MD Chris's experience using TyrePal TPMS

I have had two TyrePal Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems over the past 9 years used in 2 motorhomes. They have warned me about 3 punctures and, embarrassingly, once when my tyres were getting too hot when descending down France's highest through road. Thankfully, the camper's brakes were not damaged thanks to the early warning. TyrePal TPMS constantly shows you the tyre pressure of each wheel, which continually change. Sometimes I have found this distracting, especially when one tyre is reading dramatically different to the rest.

Michelin TPMS kit comes complete with a tyre pressure gauge that you simply hold against the valve sensor to get an accurate reading. All four wheels can be be checked in less than a minute and you won't get your hands dirty.

How to guide Michelin Tyre pressure management system

  • Turn on TPMS receiver and stick to windscreen.
  • Remove dust cap and screw locking nut onto valve.
  • Screw on any of 1 the 4 TPMS sensor supplied finger tight. 
  • Tighten locking nut up to TPMS sensor with supplied tool.
  • Repeat for the rest of the wheels (up to 12 wheels).

Useful information about Michelin TPMS

  • Solar powered TPMS reciever 
  • The TPMS sensors operate between 1.7 - 5.9 BAR / 25-86 PSI
  • The sensors range have been tested over 50 metres in free air. However, with the sensor within a wheel arch and the receiver mounted on the windscreen, there is an increased interference. Seven metres is a conservative distance.
  • TPMS Sensors have an LED that flashes for 2 minutes if issue detected
  • Audible and visual warnings displayed on TPMS receiver
  • Sensors turn off when wheels at rest

Open the operating manual PDF for Michelin TPMS

 

Key Features

  • Solar powered TPMS reciever.
  • The TPMS sensors operate between 1.7 - 5.9 BAR / 25-86 PSI.
  • TPMS Sensors have an LED that flashes for 2 minutes if issue detected.
  • Audible and visual warnings displayed on TPMS receiver.
  • Sensors turn off when wheels at rest.

Who Should Buy?

Anyone with a motorhome, campervan, car or caravan who wants to benefit from the peace of mind of knowing that their tyres are correctly inflated.

You will also save fuel and tyres will last longer. Cornering and breaking will also be optimised.

Simple solar powered TPMS Tyre Pressure Measuring System by Michelin

Leading tyre manufacturer Michelin has endorsed this TPMS because it is well designed and built, and could not be simpler to fit and use. TPMS stands for Tyre Pressure Management System and this TPMS does exactly that with no fuss. In reality it is a fit and forget product because you will ignore your TPMS unless it warns you if:

  • Any of your tyres deflate below 15% of their recorded cold pressure.
  • A tyre rapidly deflates due to a puncture.
  • A tyre gets too hot, for example during a long mountain decent.
  • A tyre's pressure becomes too high, for example during motorway driving on a hot day.

Please note: 10% "10OFF" site wide discount is not valid for this item due to it already being a sale item.

What are the benefits of TPMS Tyre Pressure management systems?

Most of us put off checking tyre pressures because it is a dirty and time consuming job, which means that there is a lot of under inflated tyres on the roads. Low tyre pressures increase fuel consumption, tyre wear and braking distances. Low tyre pressures also adversely affect road handling and passenger comfort. By fitting a TPMS you will feel confident that you are maintaining your tyres at their optimum performance thus saving the planet and possibly lives.

MD Chris's experience using TyrePal TPMS

I have had two TyrePal Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems over the past 9 years used in 2 motorhomes. They have warned me about 3 punctures and, embarrassingly, once when my tyres were getting too hot when descending down France's highest through road. Thankfully, the camper's brakes were not damaged thanks to the early warning. TyrePal TPMS constantly shows you the tyre pressure of each wheel, which continually change. Sometimes I have found this distracting, especially when one tyre is reading dramatically different to the rest.

Michelin TPMS kit comes complete with a tyre pressure gauge that you simply hold against the valve sensor to get an accurate reading. All four wheels can be be checked in less than a minute and you won't get your hands dirty.

How to guide Michelin Tyre pressure management system

  • Turn on TPMS receiver and stick to windscreen.
  • Remove dust cap and screw locking nut onto valve.
  • Screw on any of 1 the 4 TPMS sensor supplied finger tight. 
  • Tighten locking nut up to TPMS sensor with supplied tool.
  • Repeat for the rest of the wheels (up to 12 wheels).

Useful information about Michelin TPMS

  • Solar powered TPMS reciever 
  • The TPMS sensors operate between 1.7 - 5.9 BAR / 25-86 PSI
  • The sensors range have been tested over 50 metres in free air. However, with the sensor within a wheel arch and the receiver mounted on the windscreen, there is an increased interference. Seven metres is a conservative distance.
  • TPMS Sensors have an LED that flashes for 2 minutes if issue detected
  • Audible and visual warnings displayed on TPMS receiver
  • Sensors turn off when wheels at rest

Open the operating manual PDF for Michelin TPMS

 

  • Solar powered TPMS reciever.
  • The TPMS sensors operate between 1.7 - 5.9 BAR / 25-86 PSI.
  • TPMS Sensors have an LED that flashes for 2 minutes if issue detected.
  • Audible and visual warnings displayed on TPMS receiver.
  • Sensors turn off when wheels at rest.

Anyone with a motorhome, campervan, car or caravan who wants to benefit from the peace of mind of knowing that their tyres are correctly inflated.

You will also save fuel and tyres will last longer. Cornering and breaking will also be optimised.

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