ORO-TEK adds TPMS sensors
ORO-TEK has released two additional iORO tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensors. Both new sensors utilize the company’s Multi Vehicle Protocol (MVP).
According to ORO-TEK President Russ Fuller, “MVP means that tire dealers can now service 90% of all vehicles with only three SKUs.”
iORO 1, which was released in June of 2001, covers 70% of all vehicles rather than just Ford, Chevy and Chrysler. iORO 2 covers most 433 Mhz applications including all BMW 2006–2012. And iORO 3 covers many Asian imports.
iORO installs and functions the same as the OE sensors it replaces, the company notes. iORO works with TPMS tools that tire shops already own so there are no new tools to buy.
iORO, and all ORO-TEK TPMS sensors, feature a 35 degree adjustable stem to fit more vehicles, a two-piece design to allow replacement of the valve stem independent of the sensor, and a choice of a black or polished alloy stem.
For more information, see the company’s website at www.orotekusa.com.