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New Schrader TPMS Sensor Has 90-Degree Stem Options

Posted on November 8, 2017
The new 90˚ EZ-sensor is designed to allow shops to service more vehicles with TPMS, rim manufacturers to offer more TPMS compatible rims and drivers to have more aftermarket rim options.
The new 90˚ EZ-sensor is designed to allow shops to service more vehicles with TPMS, rim manufacturers to offer more TPMS compatible rims and drivers to have more aftermarket rim options.

A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor with 90-degree stem options has been developed for the Schrader Performance Sensors EZ-sensor product line.

Schrader Performance Sensors says the new 90˚ EZ-sensor is the only TPMS sensor that properly fits into aftermarket wheel applications with 90-degree valve holes.

The company plans to offer the new 90˚ EZ-sensor in mid-2018. The sensor will accommodate two stem types, a straight valve and a bent valve to adapt to even more rim types. The aluminum stems will be offered in silver and matte black colors.

The new 90˚ TPMS sensor features the same technology and benefits as Schrader’s EZ-sensor. This patented, programmable technology combines 314.9, 315 and 433 MHz into a single, programmable sensor. The company says the new 90˚ EZ-sensor is OE quality and future-proofed to accommodate new and pending OE technology, like auto-location.

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