New TPMS sensors ready for pressure01 February 2018

Interface Force Measurement TPMS sensor

Two new tyre pressure sensor systems have been released.

First, Interface Force Measurements has launched two new sensors for its XSensor tyre pressure monitoring system that are available to OEMs and current users of the X3 PRO system. The sensors are designed specifically to test the pressure between a tyre and the rim, enabling stress analysis studies of tyres and wheels to now be conducted. Two sensor options are available. The IX510.3.64.05-10 has been designed for use on car and truck tyres, and in field trials it has been shown to be able to withstand multiple tests in the same position. It measures 1.52mm x 16.2cm with a 5.08mm x 2.54mm resolution and a pressure range of up to 353N/cm² (512 psi).

Second, the screw-on-valve sensors in TyrePal’s Solar Colour tyre pressure sensors, aimed at end users, are said to be more reliable and efficient than before. They feed into the recently launched solar-powered device that enables drivers to monitor the pressure of all four tyres simultaneously, with an option to monitor the spare wheel, too. The system gives clear alerts for air loss, high or low pressure and high temperatures.

Will Dalrymple

Related Companies
Interface Force Measurements Ltd
TyrePal Ltd

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