|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||8.6 x 7.4 x 3.3 inches|
|Item model number||507RV6FlowThrough|
|Manufacturer Part Number||507RV6FlowThrough|
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TST 507rv Tire Monitor System - Monitors PSI and Temperature -Flow Through System Model
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UPDATE: I received the unit back from the seller, they indicated they could find nothing wrong with it but they replaced the sensors anyway. I reinstalled it and took a 6500 mile trip and had no issues with it, it worked as expected. I have changed my 2 stars to 4 stars.
So, a camping buddy of mine has this same TST system with flow-though sensors. He's used it for several years & said it maintains signal pretty solid. Based on his recommendation & the positive reviews, I took the leap purchased this one.
Note: Be sure to purchase the 'TST' and not the 'tst' system. The 'TST' is made in the USA in Georgia, while the 'tst' (lowercase) is made in China.
The setup was a lot more simpler than the Hopkins system. You have the option of using the power outlet plug for power to the unit or they include another power cable with an in-line fuse holder that you can wire-up permanently, which is the way I installed it. As for mounting, you have two options. There's the basic suction cup holder that sticks to your windshield or there's a little plastic tray with metal spade that slides up into the bottom of the monitor. I elected to use the tray. They provide a 3-inch strip or so of double-stick foam-like black tape that you can use to permanently attach the tray to a location of your choice. My 2015 RAM Lamarie has a small indented tray just above the entertainment center that is part of the bezel that goes around the entertainment center. The little rubber pad in the tray simply lifts out. So, I decided to use a 3M Command picture hanging strip. It comes off clean if you ever want to remove the tray. I removed the bezel (3-screws, then pull off), found constant 12VDC with ground (red & black wires) at the hazard lights connector, spliced-in the permanent power cable & ran it to the RAM's tray thru a hole that I had to drill so that I could get the small power connector through. Alternatively, I can simply set the monitor in this tray during use & stow it otherwise, i.e., not stick it to the RAM's tray. This way I can hide the little connector under the rubber pad.
I found that I could walk away (line of sight) over 100' after installing the sensors & I continue to get signal with no drop out.
I did find that the sensor's read out is about 2 PSI lower than the two different digital pressure gauges that I have. That's OK as I can compensate in the high/low pressure setup.
I'm looking forward to our first trip in about 2-months. I'll followup if there's anything negative to report, but the way it looks now, it can't be worst than my old Hopkins unit.
By the way, I decided to use the two spare sensors (only need to monitor 4-tires on the camper) for the truck & camper spare tires.