TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Six Sensors

Catalog Item # 62567

Help prevent blow-outs by constantly monitoring tire pressure and temperature.

Technical Specifications

1.2 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 17 reviews (3 Based on 17 Reviews)

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  • Easy to install (3)
  • Comforting to have (2)
  • Quality (2)
  • Free batteries for life (1)
  • Must know tire info (1)
  • Tire inducers are intermittent (3)
  • Failed in the rain (2)

Tire Insurance

by Bob B. – October 19, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I installed the 510 system on my 37 foot motor home with 6 wheels and purchased 2 more sensor kits for my towed car. The monitor

Frozen Sensors

by Don Foote – May 21, 2015
2 out of 5 stars

If you leave the sensors on too long they will become frozen to the valve stems and will not come off, causing you to have to repl

Failed while raining

by RV Alaska – July 18, 2015
4 out of 5 stars

Installation was easy including setting temperature and pressure parameters. However, soon after it began raining while traveling,

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

by RVAK Alaska – August 09, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

This is a follow up to my post concerning reception in the rain. I was contacted by one of the owners at Truck Systems Technologie

Not a good product

by slim steve – July 31, 2015
1 out of 5 stars

I purchased this system during the 2014 Christmas sale in anticipation for taking my 5th wheel to Vermont (820 miles). I installed

If the sensors are not installed back to the same tire they were originally programmed to, then the monitor should be reprogrammed.
by Camping World – June 02, 2016
by Bert – April 25, 2016
The sensors transmit pressure and temperature data every 5 minutes while the monitor will display sensor data for 5 seconds before scrolling to the next transmitter in sequence.
by Camping World – April 25, 2016
The range without a repeater is around 60 linear feet. The repeater would be needed if pushing the threshold in range or if there is a lot of interference occurring with the signal.
by Camping World – June 23, 2016

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