Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System Launches Solutions for Driving Safety

New York, NY, October 31, 2022 – (SEAPRWire) – Recently, Tymate Tire Pressure Monitoring System announced the launch of its new driving safety solutions. Tymate provide a series of solutions for driving safety for various types of vehicles. It has a good reputation in continuous research in developing and improving tier pressure monitoring systems. Tymate has various TPMS models such as M7-3, M12-3, TM527, and so on.

Tymate M7-3 with 4 sensors is among the best-selling ones. For starters, Tymate TPMS M7-3 is an environment-friendly one. This is because TPMS M7-3 is solar-powered. However, in the event that there isn’t enough sunshine, it will not cause inconvenience to users since there is an option to charge it via USB. Another feature of the system that attracts the user is the ease of use. One only has to switch on the monitor, then insert the sensor, and drive for a couple of minutes. The data will automatically be displayed on the monitor.

Tymate TPMS M7-3 has a variety of alarm modes, which are fast leak alarm, high/low-pressure alarm, high-temperature alarm, and sensor low voltage alarm. This greatly reduces the danger while driving and helps protect the driver against a wide range of risks. In addition, the values of the pressure and temperature alarm can be set by users at their own convenience.

Tymate tire pressure monitoring system can automatically adjust the monitor’s backlight to make reading easy and less strenuous, depending on the lighting condition of the surroundings. It also displays different colors for different functioning modes.

The sensors of Tymate TPMS M7-3 are highly durable and consume very little power. The sensors can serve for up to two years while batteries can last for up to six months and survive in the most extreme conditions. The sensors of TPMS M7-3 are tiny in size, light in weight, and have high tire pressure detecting accuracy.

Tymate tire pressure monitoring system has a power-saving mode and switch button that enables it to consume less power. The system also automatically goes to sleep mode after being inactive for 10 minutes, further increasing its power efficiency.

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