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So you bought a new RV and every RV gadget out there to hit the road running. However, the most important safety gear that you and so many new RVers may forget is a Tire Pressure Monitor System. TPMS, for short, will alert the driver of tire pressure changes instantaneously and gives notice that something isn’t quite right with one or more of your tires. If you ignore or aren’t aware of these sudden pressure changes, a tire blowout is inevitable.
Experiencing a tire blowout can be unnerving and place you and your RV into a dangerous situation broke down on the side of the road. And if you’ve never experienced a tire blowout, know that they can be violent and cause your RV to handle much differently. If you don’t know how to handle your RV or vehicle during a tire blow out, you and your RV has the potential of a catastrophic ending. However, if you’re prepared with the right tire safety gear that will actually alert you of tire issues BEFORE a blowout or flat, why on earth would you put off getting it?
We live in a home on tires. Our entire home and everything we own literally rides on those tires, so we take caring for them very seriously. What’s involved in taking care of them? Making sure they are properly inflated and that there is no odd wear to them.. We inspect our tires, wheels and everything connecting them to our rig all the time! Before every trip, after every trip, and at every rest stop during a trip, we take a look at the tires and wheels.
What is the TST 507 Tire Pressure Monitoring System?
The TST 507 is a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) by Truck System Technologies. It remotely monitors the pressure or the PSI of your tires and temperature for optimal tire safety. This can be used for all sorts of tires on different vehicles such as RV, motorhome, truck, trailer, or car. Knowing your vehicle’s tires pressure is super important for safety reasons, but it’s especially important for an RV because we live out of our motorhome.
Using this device dramatically increases safety, and helps ensures proper tire inflation and temperature which can help reduce the risks of blowouts or other tire failures.
How it works
The monitor continually sequences through the sensors displaying each tires pressure and temperature. In the event an anomaly is detected, the monitor locks onto that sensor emitting an audible alarm and a textual description of the issue (fast leak, low pressure, high temperature).
This system reads tire pressure and temperature on up to 115 tires and 4 trailers through any of their available sensors
What is included in the kit
- Color Monitor (The TST 507 is the only TPMS that comes with a color monitor.)
- The Number of sensors that you choose
- USB/DC power supply
- Signal Repeater
- Rubber Dash Pad Mount
- Suction Cup Window Mount
We’ve found the accuracy and dependability of the TST 507 RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System knocks it out of the park. The installation of the tire sensors and programming is easy and doesn’t take long. And, the color monitor display is super easy to read and extremely accurate. Above all, the TST 507 TPMS constantly monitors our RV and Jeep toad tire pressures and temperature perfectly.
Our Jeep comes equipped with an on board TPMS system. But of course, when we are towing it behind the motorhome, we aren’t able to monitor those tires. So the additional cap sensors allow us to monitor the Jeep tires while towing it. TST’s tire cap sensors install quickly and easily. TST’s sensors are female threaded and screw directly onto the metal or rubber valve stem of each tire. The installation kit comes with anti-theft hardware and a special installation tool.
In our opinion, the TST 507 RV Tire Pressure Monitoring System is a vital piece of electronic equipment that every RV owner should have. Having this piece of mind will help keep your family and RV safe by displaying the current pressure and temperature status of your RV and tow vehicle or toad tires.
Finally, the entire system is easily transferable to the next RV so consider it as an investment! Simply dismount all the sensors and the monitor from your old RV. Re-program the tire sensors to your new RV’s tires and remount the monitor in your new cockpit!
Wrapping this up, we highly recommend this great monitoring system to all RVers. The TST 507 Tire Pressure Monitoring System is an invaluable tool that will help keep you and your family safe on the road for years to come.
Note: Flow Thru sensors must be used on metal valve stems (If you have rubber valve stems then purchase the TST CAP sensor system)
Maintenance and Support
Each Flow Thru and Cap Sensor takes a CR1632 Battery that needs to be changed. The battery life expectancy is about a year although we made it two years without needing to change ours.
TST has outstanding customer service/support. I ordered replacement o-ring kits for when I change the batteries. Less than an hour after I placed my order TST called me on the phone to verify our address since it has a weird number on it. Then right after I got off the phone with customer service I received an email that my order had shipped and it arrived the next day.
The TST 507 Tire Pressure Monitoring System is a great product. We like how easy the system is to install and like how the sensors stay locked on the valve stems even after driving thousands of miles. No matter what type of RV you have whether its a Class A, Class B or C, 5th Wheel, or Bumper Pull you need some type of Tire Monitoring System, you can’t go wrong with the TST 507 system. This system can be used on any vehicle tires and accurately monitors as many tires and you could practically have.
To air your tires quickly and easily we recommend the Viair 450P-RV Compressor. See our review of it here.
Do you have a tire monitoring system you’re using? How do you like it? Thank you for reading about the TST 507. We’d love to hear your thoughts, comments or questions below.