Pre-assigned Sensors: Pair them as fast as you can thread them on
Most TPMS systems take 10-20 minutes to set up and pair all sensors. The more sensors you have, the longer it takes. Tire Patrol expedites the process with pre-assigned sensors labeled for each tire. When you know which sensor goes to which tire, you can pair and re-connect as fast as it takes to thread on all the sensors.
Crucial Data: Know your tire pressures
Tire Patrol provides all the critical info needed to know exactly how a tire is performing in real-time. Monitor real-time tire pressures and temperatures, as well as receive alerts in case of a blowout, low PSI, high PSI, and even high temperature in a tire. Tire data is transmitted every 3 minutes, and the sensor does a tire diagnostic every 3 seconds. If an issue is detected the sensor transmits immediately.
Durable Construction: Quality sensors built to last
Tire Patrol is built to thrive in the elements. Each sensor is made of an ABS plastic blend, which is the gold standard in durable plastics manufacturing. Sensors are sealed with a process called sonic welding keeping out water to protect components. For the threads, we chose brass composite because brass is known for its durability, resistance to corrosion, and it's lightweight. This light-weight sensor avoids affecting the balance of your tires and damage to your valve stems.
Battery Intelligence:Sensors that last
To prolong battery life, Tire Patrol sensors go into battery save mode unless pressure is detected and/or the tires are rotating. Because of these advancements, each sensor’s battery can last 2+ years. NOTE: Leaving sensors on your tires at all times can reduce that lifespan significantly. For this reason, we do recommend removing sensors between trips.
NOTE: When the batteries need to be replaced, you simply mail in your original sensors to the factory and we ship you new sensors for $16/sensor. Click HERE to begin battery replacement process.
The Tire Patrol tire pressure monitoring system comes with
the Command Center tablet and hub. This system is the
epicenter of the RVi product line. One monitor with unlimited
product expansion and built-in Travel Checklist, RV Level and
Support apps. You are going to love Command Center!
The Command Center tablet is your dedicated device for monitoring your Tire Patrol system. Should you have an emergency like a flat tire, you’ll be warned immediately in a way that a personal device could not if you were on a call or using another app.
• Choosing the correct settings unique to your setup
• Monitoring the tire pressures in real-time
• Alerts you of a flat tire, low tire, or high temperature
We dare you not to smile every time you snap the tablet to it magnetic dash mount.
TIRE PATROL VEHICLES
Tire Patrol allows you to monitor up to 14 tires on 2 vehicles at a time.
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Weight: 0.3 ounces per sensor Dimensions:1" x 1" PSI Accuracy: Within 1.5 PSI Setup Time: 3 minutes Battery Life: 2-3 years depending on use.(We have an inexpensive battery replacement program through the factory. This includes new batteries, updated firmware, and replacement of all O-rings including internal O-rings on the pressure sensor that are not accessible on user-replaceable battery systems.) Vehicles Monitored: Up to 14 tires on two vehicles at a time Warranty: 1 year
Added 6 Tire Patrol sensors to include my motor home with my existing sensors on my toad. They worked as advertised.
Suggest that the battery charger display not overlay the right side of the toad tire pressure/Temp display. Then one could view all at same time.
I purchased Tire Patrol as a form of insurance. I usually travel across the country from south east to north west. My last trip, I was about 20 miles south of I-90 just west of Spokane WA. When this lady starts flashing me. Once I finally stop and inspect the Motorhome was fine. As I walk further back towards my tow car. I noticed my running board was down. Then I saw my bumper hanging down. Then I finally find the culprit- my tire is gone and I’m just riding on my rim only. I had no idea of this problem. I always drive with my rear camera on. I didn’t see any thing wrong. The final cost of repairs was close to $5,000. I change my tires routinely. So the purchase of Tire Patrol will give me pease of mind and help prevent further problems and expense!
I have the RVIbrakes, tire patrol and their battery charger. I really like the system when it works! I have had connectivity issues on numerous occasions. The different components lose contact with the tablet. Some time they do reconnect,but not every time. In a motorhome we need to know that our tires and brakes are functioning properly. There is also the tire senders. Spending $15-$20 a year to replace the tire senders is an issue.
Overall I like the concept. However there are issues that have not been addressed that make me question my purchase.
Works great but when the battery dies you have to repurchase at full price new sensors.
If you stay on top of removing them every time you stop driving and putting them back on every time you drive they will last for several years ( depending on driving time.
Some sort of replacement program would go a long way instead of charging full retail for existing customers.