TPMS Service Technology Breakthrough
Making TPMS service faster, easier and more profitable.
The introduction of REDI-Sensor brings simplicity, ease of installation and better profit potential to TPMS service, which, up to now has become increasingly complex, with competing sensor standards, multiple scan and trigger tools and expensive software updates. REDI-Sensor is a new technological breakthrough based on the concept of having one TPMS sensor work with multiple makes and models.
Works with existing TPMS scan tools.
If a shop has the tools to handle OE sensors, it’s ready for REDI-Sensor. Unlike other sensors that require the purchase of specialized tools, and software upgrades, REDI-Sensor works with all leading TPMS scan tools and requires no additional purchases, training or investments. With REDI-Sensor, technicians can use the OE scan tool procedures – no new service routines are required.
Ready to install.
REDI-Sensor requires no special programming and relearns to the vehicle just like an OE sensor. While some other multi-application sensors are blank and require programming, REDI-Sensor comes ready to go.
REDI-Sensor also saves valuable time during the vehicle relearn process, when using trigger tools that incorporate a hunt mode. REDI-Sensor’s "intelligent design" wakes faster and delivers positive results sooner. This prevents timing out during the relearn process and eliminates the need to redo the procedure.
More service opportunities with less inventory
REDI-Sensor replaces a host of OE sensors, including banded, snap-in and clamp-in types. Distributors can substantially reduce the number of SKUs needed for full TPMS coverage and deliver REDI-Sensor without worrying whether their customers have the right scan tools. Tire dealers only need to carry a small supply of REDI-Sensors to handle practically any vehicle in for service.
OE designed and validated.
REDI-Sensor has been developed by one of the industry's leading TPMS suppliers and is built with the same quality standards and precision as the units supplied to automakers.