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Schrader Unveils EZ-Sensor GO TPMS Sensor

Posted on November 26, 2019

Schrader TPMS Solutions says its new EZ-Sensor GO tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor will be available during the second quarter of 2020.

The sensor, which is offered in both a rubber snap-in and an aluminum clamp-in configuration, “offers faster programming speeds for a majority of domestic vehicles, and offers 97% vehicle coverage,” according to John McGrane, Schrader’s marketing communications manager.

The new EZ-Sensor GO will be available in 2020.
The new EZ-Sensor GO will be available in 2020.

The rubber and aluminum models include the same technology, he says. “The difference is in the valve stem,” notes McGrane. “The aluminum clamp-in sensor includes an adjustable angle stem to allow fitment into more rims and also is rated for over 200 miles per hour.”

The EZ-Sensor GO is compatible with “a majority of market-leading TPMS programming/diagnostic tools that shops could already own,” including tools offered by Bartec and other suppliers, he continues.

Schrader displayed the EZ-Sensor Go and its configurations during the recent Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas, Nev.

Related Topics: auto service, consumer tires, Schrader TPMS Solutions, TPMS

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