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TPMS Valve

20 May 2024

Features of TPMS valve

Real-time monitoring of tire pressure and temperature:

The TPMS valve has built-in sensors that can monitor tire pressure and temperature in real time and transmit the data to the vehicle's TPMS system. Drivers can check the condition of their tires at any time through the dashboard or on-board display.

Wireless data transmission:

These valves typically transmit data via a wireless signal to a TPMS receiver. Different models and systems may use different wireless protocols (such as RF, Bluetooth, etc.) to ensure the stability and accuracy of data transmission.

Built-in battery powered:

The sensors and wireless modules within the TPMS valve are usually powered by a built-in battery. Battery life is generally 5-10 years, depending on frequency of use and specific model. Once the battery is low, the entire valve usually needs to be replaced.

Automatic alarm function:

When the tire pressure is too low or too high, or the temperature is abnormal, the TPMS system will automatically sound an alarm to remind the driver to handle it in time to prevent potential safety hazards.

Improve driving safety and fuel efficiency:

By continuously monitoring tire pressure, TPMS valves can help drivers maintain correct tire pressure, reduce tire wear, improve fuel efficiency, and ensure that the vehicle is running at its best.