Schrader has released “In the Bay with Schrader”, an on going series of instructional videos to assist users and service bays in understanding the technicalities of the tire pressure monitoring system. TPMS service and repair, relearn, and training are among the topics covered in the instructional video series.
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Continental AG has announced that it is developing a new type of tire pressure monitoring sensor capable of detecting tread depth. Continental AG claims that this new type of intelligent TPMS sensor obtains tread depth data based on changes in tire rolling characteristics. If a tire’s tread is run down to below a tire-specific threshold value, the sensor then signals the user that a tire change is due.
This new TPMS technology may be available in Continental TPMS equipped vehicles by 2017.
“Legislators all over the world have defined a minimum tire tread depth for safe driving….We are delighted that we will, in future, be able to conveniently read tread depth electronically with the aid of sensors embedded in the tires.”
– Andreas Wolf, head of Continental’s Body & Security business unit.
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Schrader has added a new feature to its line of EZ-Sensor programming tire pressure monitoring sensors. The Schrader #33200 433MHz wireless auto-locate or “WAL” EZ-Sensor uses a proprietary and patented Schrader technology that supports new OEM designs, as well as adds to EZ-sensor’s ease-of-use and additional platform coverage for the aftermarket.
Wireless auto-locate, or “WAL” is a unique Schrader electronics protocol that allows the vehicle’s TPMS system to automatically locate and identify each TPMS sensor’s specific location. WAL capability has multiple benefits, including allowing the user to bypass performing a TPMS relearn procedure after tire repair, tire change, sensor replacement, wheel rotation, and new winter/summer tire changeovers. The ability to replicate Schrader OEM technology makes the 33200 433MHz WAL EZ-Sensor the first in its class.
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