High Pressure External TPMS brands?

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    Anthony Hitchings Well-Known Member Silver Supporting Member

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    wat external (screw-on sensor) higher pressure TPMS systems are folks currently buying or using?

    By which I mean units that can sense and operate up to 90 psi. (i.e., 80 psi cold plus a small margin for on-road temperature increase)

    With or without a booster unit is OK.
     
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    Been look at getting one off and on over the years. The TV has it of course for it's four tires so I've been thinking a 4 cap system with Bluetooth so it would go to my iPhone. The 4 caps could cover the 2 road tires of the camper, the camper's spare and the TV's spare. Just have to make a mental note as to which one is which in the app. Only thing is I'm out of mental note paper. [LOL]
     
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    Our prior camper external TPMS alarmed twice - and correctly so. It allowed an orderly pull-over and swap wheels process. I like that.

    That old TPMS crapped out, hence the hunt for a replacement, with a better pressure range. But without the $$$$ tag.
     
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    No responses other than Steve's?
     

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