The TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is the industry standard when it comes to quality and durability. The TST systems have deep roots in the trucking and RV industry. This systems gets great reviews and has several unique features including the option to get flow through sensors. The flow through sensors allow you to air up your tires without removing the sensor. The flow through and cap sensor options of the 507 system have user replaceable batteries. These batteries generally last one year before needing replaced. The 510 system comes with 5-year batteries, but are not user replaceable. When the batteries in the 510 system need to be replaced, you simply send them in to TST, and they will replace the batteries and send them back to you for a minimal cost. Setting this system up is very easy, and the monitor will scroll the PSI and temperature of each tire as you drive down the road so you can monitor your tires with a quick glance. Then, if there are any issues based on parameters that you set, the system will alarm you.
The TST systems come with a monitor, sensors, 12V charger, window mount, dash mount, hardwiring option, and then you just add more sensors to your order to accommodate the number of tires you would like to monitor. (3 YEAR WARRANTY)
What are the Differences Between the TST 507 and TST 510 Systems?
everything riding on your RV tires, it only makes sense that you would want to
monitor everything you can about them, in real time. A Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS) gives you the ability to monitor the tire pressure and the
temperature of the tires on your RV and tow vehicle, or pull vehicle and 5
wheel or travel trailer. RV tires tend to take more abuse that normal vehicle
tires. They are often run at maximum load, ridden on for extensive trips, and
then often are not used for months at a time. These conditions can spell
disaster, but the good news is that a quality TPMS can notify you of pressure
and temperature changes which are usually the leading indicators of an
impending problem. These systems will give you real time readings and notify
you if your pressure or temperature drops below a certain point or rises above
a certain point. With this type of warning system, you can easily get off the
road and check out what the issue is. In addition, should you experience a
rapid pressure loss, the system will notify you of that immediately. Having a
TPMS provides a warning mechanism to increase safety on the road, and by having
those tires properly inflated, you will give you better gas mileage as well.