Truck Systems Technology TST 507 Tire Pressure Monitor w/8 Cap Sensors with Color Display

May 14, 2019 - Comment
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This 8-sensor TST 507 TPMS monitors your tires’ pressures and temperatures and reports remotely to a color monitor. Alerts will notify you of any readings outside of your custom high and low alert parameters. It reports up to 4 trailers/towables, and features a user replaceable battery. Cap sensors are safe for rubber valve stems.

Product Features

  • Reports pressure and temperature on Color Monitor
  • Monitor can report up to 4 trailers/towables
  • Customize each axle for high and low alert parameters
  • Monitor auto-scrolls through each tire reporting PSI and Temp
  • Cap Sensor is safe for rubber valve stems


Anonymous says:

Expensive but great product This is a great system, watched instruction on how to set up on YouTube . I have a 45 foot coach and pull a Jeep so far after 2500 miles all good. This system is more expensive than others I check out but I feel better having the security it provides.

Anonymous says:

Perfectly meets our expectations. This product does an excellent job providing trailer tire pressure and temperature monitoring for our dual axle trailer RV. We ordered the six sensor kit to allow one monitor for the spare tire and one for a backup sensor if one ever gets lost or broken. Instructions were easy to follow, had it set up and working in 25 minutes. Our setup with a pickup truck towing a 25 foot travel trailer did not even require the included booster to function flawlessly. Can already tell our travels have less…

Anonymous says:

So far, so good! Ordered Tuesday night, received and read the manual that Friday and proceeded to install Saturday morning, I had 3 sensors program right up, a fourth was being difficult. After re-reading the manual and testing the sensor’s battery, I called customer service and left a voice mail. Not expecting a return call until Monday, I was very surprised to get a call within 15 minutes from Jim. I explained my issue and 3 minutes later the sensor was programmed into the display/receiver. Jim explained…

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