TireMinder TM66 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Booster, 6-Wheel

Catalog Item # 74082

The TireMinder TM66 Tire Pressure Monitoring System is the perfect 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 tire
  • Visual, audible, and blow-out alarms
  • Checks for tire issues every 6 seconds
  • Low-/high-pressure and high-temp alerts

    System Features:

  • Updated software with an easy-to-use interface
  • Monitors up to 22 tires (0 to 232 PSI); extra transmitters found here: (Transmitter for Brass or Steel Valve Stems or Transmitter for Aluminum Valve Stems)
  • Displays PSI and temperature for each tire
  • Visual and audible alarms
  • Blow-out alarms
  • 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
  • 6 TireMinder Brass Transmitters (for use with brass or steel valve stems)
  • 1 Hard-Wired Signal Booster
  • 12 CR1632 Batteries
  • 1 Mounting Bracket
  • 1 Micro USB Cable and DC Charger
  • 6 Locking Rings and Wrench
  • 6 Additional O-Rings

  • Technical Specifications

    2 lbs.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 11 reviews (4 Based on 11 Reviews)

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    • Comforting to have (2)
    • Reasonable (2)
    • Easy to install (1)
    • Free batteries for life (1)
    • Quality (1)
    • No Flow Through Sensor Ability (pain To Start Tow At Recommended Pressure). (1)
    • No flow through transmitters (1)
    • Security Device Problematic (plastic Set Screw Option Difficult (1)
    • Suction Mount Wears Out And Is Not Replaceable Directly (permanent Magnetic Mount Recommended By Company) (1)

    Ease of Installation

    by Rich – September 02, 2015
    5 out of 5 stars

    Installation was easy as long as you read the book first. Tire Minder Research's customer service rep, Jay, was very helpful in an

    Not so great.

    by Robert Demick – August 06, 2018
    1 out of 5 stars

    I got this system to provide security & assurance against a tire blow out or flat tire on our travel trailer. From the beginning a

    Everything works as advertised ....

    by WiliWali – June 18, 2014
    5 out of 5 stars

    We had a cheapo TPMS, and liked the security, but the sensors started to fail after a year or so. We did some research, and this

    It is just perfect

    by James A Schenck – October 07, 2014
    5 out of 5 stars

    I had the older model and it was good, but the new TM-66 is just perfect. It sure gives me a peace of mind about my tires. It is

    5,000 miles and it worked great!

    by Ron Howes – March 15, 2015
    5 out of 5 stars

    We just returned from a trip to Florida from Minnesota, via a big detour to Washington, DC to visit our son, and the device worked

    by LuckyMe – June 12, 2017
    The display's diagonal is 2.15" and overall dimension of 2.09"W by 3.22"H(without antenna).
    by Camping World – June 13, 2017
    by Dale – April 19, 2017
    No, the transmitters will only send to the included TM66 monitor.

    Use SKU#86682 for the "Smart" version which has a Bluetooth adapter instead of a monitor station. You can connect to the transmitters via "TireMinder TPMS App" installed on a Bluetooth capable iOS (version 7.0+) or Android (version 4.4+) smart device.
    by Camping World – April 19, 2017

    by Wayne – June 12, 2016
    Yes, the system can be operated while parked. The monitor has an internal battery so as long as it has a charge you can operate it with the vehicle off or outside of the vehicle within range of the transmitters.
    by Camping World – June 13, 2016

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