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 5 stars based on 10 reviews (5 Based on 10 Reviews)

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    Pros
    • Comforting to have (2)
    • Reasonable (2)
    • Easy to install (1)
    • Free batteries for life (1)
    • Quality (1)
    Cons
    • 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

    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

    New mount is an eyesore

    by AH 5th Wheel advocate – October 30, 2018
    3 out of 5 stars

    Love the monitor, hate the new mount. Old mount wore out, called company and found suction is no longer available and new mount is

    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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