Tyrate Tire Pressure Monitoring System TM527 comes with a large-screen HD screen with a stylish visual appearance that's perfect for viewing tire pressure. There are more large icons and large font displays with TPMs than on other devices. Having a display in your car can make you better aware of the condition of the tires, and its stunning appearance can also enhance the car's interior quality.
types of alarms and user-set alarm values Our Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System TM527 is equipped with four alarm types (high pressure, low pressure, high temperature, and rapid air leakage alarm), prompting the driver of the abnormal tire condition. Axle (Set unit. Setting range 12-87 psi) (Two units of choice Bar/Psi and C/F), which can be used by people who have different
The Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System TM527 adapts to a dual power source (car cigarette lighter / USB port or AC power). You will be promptly notified when the sensor battery (CR1632) needs to be replaced or when the car battery needs to be charged when its power prompt function (sensor power prompt / car power and voltage prompt).
The Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System TM527 uses 4 very advanced external sensors, which consume very little power and have a long service life (a maximum of 2 years). Sensor has a small size, light weight, high accuracy of measuring tire pressure (error range of 3psi), and is easy to install. As well as that, it is tough enough to
Our Customer Support Team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please activate the monitor after your first installation, and then install the sensor. After driving for five to ten minutes, we will then display all data. Motion must be detected for the sensor to work. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you encounter any other problems! Contact us Our contact information can be found on the last page of the user guide.
Questions & Answers
Although it appears not in the descriptions, I believe it to be a typo?
We are able to carry 95 pounds on our tires. The tire pressure is high, so it shows that. However, it does the trick. It was the flat we got this past weekend that alerted us that our tire was becoming
The display seems to have reverted back to setup numbers after setting all the high and low pressures and temperatures. What is going on?
Having received your inquiry, I thank you for it. To save and exit, please confirm that all settings are correct. Press and hold the SET button until the parameters are set correctly. If you would like more specific information, please contact [Toll I want to reach you by 9am Eastern Standard Time [EST] Monday through Friday] at 5pm. Please review @tymate- This is technology.
While the distance specified is 40' for the connection, my trailer tires are 40-inches tall Do you think this will work for a 50' span?
The ones on my car are 25 feet away from the dash unit, 40 feet away from the horn The company has a unit with a booster for longer distances that mounts near the front of the trailer and is powered by the trailer's 12 volt system.
Could you please explain why I am unable to pair my monitor Would someone be able to assist ?
It is only when you are moving that sensors work.
Selected User Reviews For Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System-Large Colorful Screen, 4 Alarm Modes, Flexible Charging Method, Two Convenient Installations, with 4 Advanced External Tmps Sensor (0-87 psi)
I am very happy with the customer service
The screen is actually quite large, but the device itself is very small. This is what we are using for our 23'
A few points to keep in mind There is a micro usb power adapter, and you cannot use an USB phone charger cable to power it, as it only supplies a five-volt voltage. Connect the lighter cable that comes with the coverage to 9 volts. In order for the transmitter on the tire to send information, the vehicle has to be Once we climbed out of the car, the pressure updated within a few minutes. There is a nut threaded into the transmitters for locking them. *The transmitters come with water covers. In the original setup, the monitor was located in the lower corner of the windshield on the driver's side, but the right front trailer tire pressure would not change. My rearview mirror positioned it perfectly above my rear view and we drove to the beach without a problem in 4 hours. A brief update The display didn't show tire pressure after one hour, only voltage. After that contacting customer service, it was fixed. I re-trained the sensors, but no pressure has been detected. I am crossing my fingers for an update. Submitted an email to support, and they responded promptly. I tried the suggestions, but it appears there is interference preventing the device from communicating. Despite the fact that I was keeping the piece, they gave me a full refund! Providing information about another trailer unit that works for longer trailers, they ordered that model. Customer service that's second to none!.
| Nov 12, 2020
Whenever the Tymate reads 3PSI low, it continues to read that way
There is no problem with that for me. Make sure you include a 2-amp fast-blow fuse if the circuit is hard-wired. (The Tymate lighter plug has a 2 amp fuse. located in the center console of my Lexus GX470 and it receives a strong signal from all four tires.
| Sep 24, 2020
The system is not very reliable, but once installed, it works great
I had a system from Walmart that was OK but very Additionally, the screen was about the size of a quarter, so it was hard to read. This is the second one I got. My unit was useless since I had to glue a piece of Velcro to the dash and another to the back of the device. I wasn't able to utilize the pivoting holder that came with it. As a result of the display's light weight, I couldn't get it to work for me, it came loose every time. It was almost like the display belonged to a completely different device? But, the Velcro works nicely so there is no problem with it. With regards to the device, how can I not give it a five-star rating? It runs like a well-oiled machine. There is a consistent update, and I have checked the pressure in the tires, and I have compared it to the readings. With this device, I have never experienced a "dropped" sensor reading, as I did with the Walmart device. Thanks for your support*emphasis added
With regard to the June 2020 update There were several leaks in my tires identified by the system, but one was especially dangerous as the hole was in the wall and could not be repaired. A recent check for the battery in one of the sensors told me there was a problem, too. In this case, it told me that the battery was low when in fact it was corroded, probably from water entering the sensor through power washing. The system itself is great, and other than the mounting options I cannot think of anything that would make it better. Those in the U. S. and Canada should be aware of this update for Our website is still up and running. The other day, as I was loading my vehicle at work, I heard this annoying alarm noise. I ignored it. While I was using the accessory, I was listening to music. Despite its age, the battery needed to be replaced since it was 2 1/2 years old. In addition, I've discovered that if you want to check tire pressure before moving the vehicle, you just have to turn the key to accessory, remove the sensor from the tire, wait for the system to issue a dropped sensor warning, and then put It is likely that the reading displayed on the screen is accurate for that tire.
| May 09, 2021
It's a camping fan's dream come true
As they say, the tires on your camper are a hazard and a significant expense. We added meters to the tires of our camper and took a very long journey. Our trip was over 1,800 miles and this device kept us worry-free by providing real-time data on tire pressure and temperature on all 4 wheels. A very good product that campers should consider!.
| Mar 19, 2021
It is very easy to set up
It is very easy to set up. This product is used by us on the fifth wheel of our.
| Jun 28, 2021
Sensor that works for tire pressure
With the crazy shift in temperature we were experiencing, I thought this could be useful for tracking tire pressure. As I drove to work, my "idiot light" kept displaying, causing me to become a bit stressed. This is an easy device to keep an eye on, and I was able to identify where the leak was coming from. The tire pressure as well as battery voltage can be viewed in "real time. " My set up instructions were not followed, so it beeps heavily when powered up - I didn't bother to read them Eventually I will figure out how to turn this off, and I assume it can be turned off. The tire sensor is fairly easy to install on the tire. During the installation, remove the old cap, add the rubber cover, and then screw it in place. Wear the new cap if you have one (the placement is marked on the one you are using) and pull the rubber cover over the edge to protect it from It's important to note that all TPS sensors work by rotating the tires, so you do need to drive a little before the reading becomes accurate. It's no different with these. A pressure display seems to be based on the last pressure reported -.
| Mar 22, 2021
Though lackluster in setup instructions, the device is pretty intuitive
Perhaps this was because the instructions did not say to hold the set button for three to five seconds to set the device up. Yes, this is intuitive since there are only three buttons, but a little bit more detail would have been nice. This is a device that is of a medium price range, so the problems I noted above are not very surprising. It is the best I can do to judge the accuracy of my tires because I just filled them the day before, and all four were within five pounds of the Tymate TPMS. My tire pressure gages differ in accuracy one is plus or minus 5% Each of them is worth £5. 00 and the other is worth a bit more. No matter what the pressure is, 80 psi tires are easy to bump one way or the other.
| Jul 24, 2020