TireMinder TM66 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Booster, 4-Wheel
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TireMinder TM66 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Booster, 4-Wheel

TireMinder TM66 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Booster, 4-Wheel is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9.
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The TireMinder TM66 Tire Pressure Monitoring System is the perfect TPMS solution for your RV, MotorHome, 5th Wheel, Motor Coach, Trailer and more!

Monitors up to 22 tires (0 to 232 PSI)Displays PSI and temperature for each tireVisual, audible, and blow-out alarmsChecks for tire issues every 6 secondsLow-/high-pressure and high-temp alerts

System Features:Signal booster included. 4-minute update cycle. Checks for tire issues every 6 seconds. Fast and slow leak alerts (3 PSI in 2 minutes or less and 6 PSI in 10 minutes or less). Low- and high-pressure alerts (15% below baseline and 20% above baseline). High-temperature alert (alerts at 167° F). Replaceable CR1632 batteries. Rechargeable monitor with battery indicator. Single-action memory delete. Front or rear disconnect modes. Rapid Connect. Reset and automatic search. Lightweight 0.5-oz. transmitters. Free annual battery exchange program. Award-winning customer support

Kit Includes:. 1 TireMinder TM66 monitor. 4 TireMinder Brass Transmitters (for use with brass or steel valve stems). 1 Hard-Wired Signal Booster. 8 CR1632 Batteries. 1 Mounting Bracket. 1 Micro USB Cable and DC Charger. 4 Locking Rings and Wrench. 4 Additional O-Rings
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  • Updated software with an easy-to-use interface
  • Monitors up to 22 tires (0 to 232 PSI)
  • Displays PSI and temperature for each tire
  • Visual and audible alarms
  • Unit Weight 2.00 lb
    Brand TireMinder
    MFG Part No. TM66-M4
    TireMinder TM66 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Booster, 4-Wheel is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2nd review on the TM66 system This is my 2nd review on this system. My first review was not too favorable as I experienced two transmitter failures one would lose its signal and not transmit and a second one kept indicating that I had a rapid loss of air in one tire when there was no loss at all. TireMinder customer service stepped up and sent me four of their latest generation transmitters and they seem to perform very well over two RV trips covering some 700 miles and their air pressure readouts are much more accurate then the original transmitters. Five stars to TireMinder Customer Service. Will keep you posted on long term reliability.
    Date published: 2018-09-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it claims I purchased this system after reviewing comparisons and a presentation of two different models at a rally. It is easy to set up and use. It monitors temp and PSI, batteries are replaceable, monitor charge lasts for a month and is small and portable. Readings are during travel. Sensors auto turn off to save battery life so readings BEFORE travel can be done if you pull your rig out of storage or move it some before actual travel. Great system.
    Date published: 2013-12-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Would have given it 5 stars Even though I read all the instructions in advance, I still had to go through the process twice before I got it right. In my honest opinion, the menu navigation is not intuitive and it takes some hunting around to find out how to get from one menu to another. I did highlight sections I felt critical on my first reading, but it was not a lot of help. I think this is a fine product and I'm sure I'll get better at it with future use.
    Date published: 2014-11-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for anything with tires I purchased this for a fifth wheel trailer to monitor tire pressures. We had experienced two tire failures on different trips reulting in RV damages each time. I feel certain that if I had this product there would have been adequate warning of impending tire failure. This product works as advertised to monitor tire pressures and temperature. This is a great product and definitely worth it. Easy to install and setup.
    Date published: 2014-10-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works well, but has a flaw I purchased this for my travel trailer before a 14,000 mile, 10 week trip to Alaska. Installation and setup is easy and it functions well. It was great to be able to monitor my tires on the rough roads to prevent damage to my trailer. Part way through the trip the charging connector on the receiver separated from the circuit board, so I could no longer charge it. I wasn't too surprised since the connector never really felt solid in the first place. When I got home I contacted them and sent it in for replacement. They have great customer service and I received the replacement promptly. The replacement unit charging connection doesn't feel any more solid than the first one originally did, so I will handle it carefully. The micro USB connector they use is a good choice, it's almost universal on small electronics. In this case, I think they need some design revision so the connector is more securely attached.
    Date published: 2014-10-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed Bought the TM 66 to monitor my motor home and my tow car. 10 monitors. For 2 years I was not able to make a round trip without at least 1 monitor failing. Switched back to a 5th wheel a year ago so now use only 4 monitors. My last round trip,only 400 miles, 3 had failed by the time I got home. It's not the batteries, had all new batteries, and I use the signal booster.
    Date published: 2018-08-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installation Written instructions are quite good. However, I still messed up a setting. Made a phone call and easily fixed over phone. Only additional comment would be go slow on pressing buttons, especially the center button to move to the next setting, just be sure you're ready. Really love the detail book of instructions and the comments they provide, pretty funny!
    Date published: 2014-11-05
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from there must be better systems Had blowout where sensor was lost. Wheel and axle were destroyed before unit alarmed. Charging connection broke due to normal use.
    Date published: 2017-06-23
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    Is this the same as the tireminder a1a?

    Asked by: Mike
    No, this is a TM66 model. The A1A is a different monitor station. We have the 'A1A with 6 sensors kit' listed as SKU#109180 and the 'A1A with 4 sensors kit' as SKU#109181.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Where does the booster wire in? The tow vehicle or trailer?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    Where the signal booster is installed depends on what application it is being used for (truck & trailer, motorhome, motorhome & toad, etc.), personal preference, overall length, and accessibility to constant power that is not part of vehicle ignition. It is highly recommended that you refer to the manufacturer's help page <a href=http://www.minderresearch.com/tireminder-booster-instructions/>here</a> that provides more detailed information for signal booster installation and examples of where to place it.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Is the monitor backlit?

    Is the monitor backlit in any way for night driving?
    Asked by: gmdob
    Yes, the monitor does have a backlight.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    how can I get new booklet of instructions?

    We just bought a new trailer and I want to put the set on the new and can't find instructions.
    Asked by: Patty
    You can download the owner's manual <a href=http://www.minderresearch.com/content/PDFs/TM66%20manual%20english.pdf>here</a>.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Do you have a 6 wheel tire monitor system?

    I have a 6 wheel RV. tire pressure requirement 100 # per tire
    Asked by: Anonymous
    There's a link on the page to purchase additional transmitters (SKU#75183). It says this unit will work with up to 22 tires. Not sure why CW gave you a link to the other system that is almost double the cost.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Does it interfere with OEM's tow vehicle TPMS?

    Tow vehicle (15-F350) comes with TPMS. Does the TM66-M4 interfere with the tpms on the tow vehicle. If so, what is the work around?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    No, this aftermarket TPMS will not interfere with the OEM TPMS. However, a problem to be aware of is that the OEM TPMS are usually equipped with aluminum valve stems as opposed to being brass or stainless steel. A galvanic reaction does occur with the standard sensors with aluminum valve stems. Thus, aluminum comprised sensors like <a href=https://www.campingworld.com/extra-aluminum-transmitters-for-tireminder-tire-pressure-monitoring-systems-2-pack>SKU#75184</a> are available.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    In the event of a blowout, does it give a audible alarm?

    Asked by: Hardy
    Yes, in a rapid air loss(blow out) scenario, the monitor has an audible 'beep' 15 times along with LED flashes and highlighted icon for tire position the alert is for.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Can it display Temperature?

    Could it warn you if a bearing is beginning to fail?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Yes, temperature can be displayed on the monitor and alarms set for a temperature threshold. Unless a bad or failing wheel bearing is directly affecting temperature or air pressure, no.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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