TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System Featuring Flow Through Sensors


There is nothing more important than checking your tire pressure on your motorhome or trailer before each trip.  But with all the things you have to remember before departing, and the excitement of getting on the road, those tires may go unchecked.  An under inflated tire is the number one cause of tire failure and having a flat is an inconvenience that nobody wants to deal with. That is why a TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which continuously monitors your tires, is such an important upgrade for your RV.

The TST 507 Flow Through Tire Pressure Monitoring System features sensors that send tire pressure and tire temperature to the monitor every two minutes unless a gradual tire deflation, rapid tire deflation, or raised tire temperature event is encountered.  In such a circumstance, the reporting is continuous until pressure or temperature returns to a normal range. The unique feature of the 507 sensor is its flow through design, allowing you to add air to a tire while it remains installed.  Another safety feature built into each sensor is a unique code that is recognized by your monitor and reports data from your sensors and no other vehicle’s system.

The compact TST monitor (3-1/2″ L x 2-3/8″ W x 7/8″ Thick ) has multiple mounting options which include a dash AC bracket, windshield mount, and Velcro.  With its small size, it’s easy to find a perfect place to keep track of tire data. The display has an automatic two-stage backlighting feature with sensor that only allows the monitor to light up when needed.  A vibration detector within the monitor knows when you are driving, and more importantly, when you are parked, keeping the monitor dark and saving power.

The system includes 6 tires sensors which is perfect for most motorhomes and trailer owners, with additional sensors sold in pairs. Since most tow vehicles now have their own tire pressure monitoring system, you can use extra sensors as a backup or to monitor a spare tire on your trailer. The system has the capability to monitor up to 22 tires, so no matter how big a setup you have you’re covered with this system.

With so many great features, it’s no wonder why RV’ers choose the TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System over all other systems.

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TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System Featuring Flow Through Sensors was last modified: December 29th, 2015 by Bill Rowell

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Bill Rowell
I have been camping and RV'ing with my Wife and 2 children for the past 20 years. We began our RV'ing careers in a 1995 Jayco pop-up camper which we got caught in the rain in every time we used it. In 1998 I found a 1989 Winnebago Chieftain 23' Class A motorhome which we loved. During that time I was always looking online for good RV information but unable to find it. So I decided to start a website called iRV2.com which is a forum for RV'ers to share information. We wanted a family friendly site in which members were willing to help each other and leave the drama out. In 2000 I purchased our first new RV which was a 30' Coachmen Mirada Class A. For a new RV I had to make a lot of modifications to this motorhome just to make it a road worthy RV. My displeasure with traditional RV's lead me to Truck Conversions and in 2002 we built our first Showhauler motorhome. In 2004 we built our second Truck Conversions which was an improvement over the first, but a trip to the Winnebago factory in 2006 sealed my fate with the rest of the family who saw a Winnebago Vectra diesel pusher in our future. So in 2006 we made the move and enjoyed traveling the country in that until 2010 when we thought we would downside since the kids were off doing their own thing. Somewhere in that time we found ourselves with way to many irons in the fire and decided to focus all our energy on RVupgrades.com as well as another business we own and thus said goodbye to iRV2.com. This was a very tough decision since we had made so many RV'ing friends and great memories, but times had changed and it was time to leave it in new hands to continue it's growth. In 2010 we downsized to a Winnebago Cambria Class C which I really liked, but we quickly found was not the most roadworthy choice for long range travel. So in 2012 we went back to Showhauler and with all of the updates they made to their product found the last motorhome we will ever buy. (Sound familiar) There is never a last RV you'll ever buy when your a die-hard RV'er :-)

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