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Monitor condition of your tires with Smart Sensor TPMS solutions!

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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is an important safety feature for any vehicle. Its main goal is to help avoid traffic accidents, poor fuel economy, and increased tire wear due to under-inflated tires. The automotive aftermarket gives you plenty of choices and Smart Sensor is one of the most well-known and reputable names among replacement TPMS manufacturers.

This company develops and manufactures a complete line of professional-grade automotive tools, including OBDII modules, smart sensors, and TPMS service products. Smart Sensor made a step further in the development of TPMS sensors and came up with programmable TMPS sensors, which allow you to get into total control of your tire pressure and temperature.

Smart Sensor® - One Programmable Multi-Frequency TPMS Sensor

Smart Sensor® - Pro+ Programmable Single-Frequency TPMS Sensor


- Easy programmable solution to the selected vehicle type
- Designed to help maintain proper pressure in your tires
- Can be configured for many TPMS-equipped vehicle applications
- Ensures accuracy, reduces inventory costs, prolongs tire life
- Copies the OEM ID and avoids performing lengthy vehicle relearns
- Premium-quality design to last you for ever-lasting durability
- Military-grade lithium battery ensures reliable operation, long cycle life
- Rubber valves and grommets resist heat, ozone, and harsh weather conditions
- Provides impeccable strength and dependability
- Comes pre-programmed specifically to your vehicle
- Simple clamp-in installation
- One per pack

Smart Sensor™ | Programmable TPMS Sensors & Programming Tools —

With Smart Sensor TPMS sensors on you would be able to lower the service costs, get superior accuracy and faster vehicle relearn! Maintain the health of your tires with Smart Sensor!​
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