PressurePro Tire Pressure Sensors
NOTE: Order one Sensor for each tire to be monitored
The tire Sensors replace the valve stem caps. PressurePro Tire Pressure Sensors are attached to each tire’s valve stem and replace the valve stem caps to measure and transmit tire pressure. Pressure readings are automatically and wirelessly sent to the dash-mounted Monitor (order Monitor separately).
New Sensor Seal solution uses a 2-piece valve seal system comprised of a hard plastic depressor, preventing damage from over-tightening. Also includes a rubber O-ring which can endure repeated loosening and installation of the Sensor.
Weight: .6 oz (17 grams)
Dimensions: 1.11″ Dia. x 1.01″H
Pressure Range: 8-299 psi
Effective Signal Range: Line of sight 300 ft.
Frequency: 433.92 MHz FM
Temperature range: -40° F to +302° F
Accuracy: +/- 3% range up to 120 psi; +/- 5% for 120 psi and higher
Price: $50.00 each
BATTERY REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
Batteries in the Sensors last 4-7 years. A light in the lower right corner of the Monitor (looks like a small battery) will come on when the batteries are low. Simultaneously, the Monitor will flash the location to indicate which Sensor needs new batteries. However, the battery light only stays on for about 2 weeks, so if you haven’t noticed it, the Sensor battery will then be dead, and the light won’t show anymore.
Procedure for receiving new replacement Sensors: The cost of a replacement Sensor with new batteries is less than the cost of the original new Sensors. Print out Battery Exchange Sensors Form, send form and old Sensor(s) via first class mail to:
L&S Safety Solutions LLC, Battery Exchange Program; PO Box 291, Aguila, AZ 85320.
You will receive BRAND NEW Sensor(s) with new technology, and new batteries, at a discounted price to existing PressurePro owners. Current pricing for the replacement is $36 per Sensor. Include your Sensor(s) along with your contact information and credit card number or a check. A padded envelope is fine to use. New Sensors, with new batteries, will be sent to you within the week.