New Schrader TPMS Sensor Has 90-Degree Stem Options

Oct. 26, 2017
A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor with 90-degree stem options has been developed for the Schrader Performance Sensors EZ-sensor Article line.

A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor with 90-degree stem options has been developed for the Schrader Performance Sensors EZ-sensor Article 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 also be offered in silver and matte black colors.

The new 90˚ TPMS sensor features the same technology and benefits as Schrader 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.

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