TMS® Sensor Reader

The handheld TMS® Sensor Reader (TMS28) activates compatible TMS® Sensors manually.

A low frequency activator initiates a data transmission and takes sensors out of hibernation mode.

Once activated, the internal or external sensor transmits its data. The TMS28 then displays the data on its screen: the sensor ID, pressure, temperature and battery.

A site that is using the TMS® products for the first time will need at least one Sensor Reader (TMS28). It is required for setup and diagnostic purposes. However, Sensor Readers are a maintenance tool. Therefore it is not necessary to have one per vehicle in your whole fleet. As such they do not come as part of the standard kit.

TMS® Sensor Reader Specifications

Power:Rechargeable with 18v PSU supplied
Languages:English, Spanish, Russian
Altitude:Built in sensor to compensate for altitude
Pressure:Displays pressure calculated at 18oC
Variants:433 or 315MHz frequencies
Compatibility:Works with TMS2A, TMS23A and TMS24A
Recharging:Fast recharge 1-2 hours
Design:Robust enclosure
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TMS-28 Sensor Reader

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The TMS® range of products is manufactured in the UK and distributed across the world through an international network of partners. Our partners are established market leaders in the tire fitting and maintenance market.

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