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Oro-Tek improves TPMS sensor

Posted on July 7, 2014

Oro-Tek USA announced its second generation line of TPMS sensor replacements featuring a smaller body design for easier installation and a 40% reduction in total sensor weight.

The new sensors also have support for snap-in rubber valve stems and improved electronics for faster relearn, according to Oro-Tek.

The company says its Generation II Sensor line also feature iORO Multi Vehicle Protocol, with three sensors covering 90% of applications, as well as a variety of traditional, single protocol models.

For more information, visit www.orotekusa.com.

Related Topics: Or-Tek USA, TPMS sensors

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