PressurePro launches TPMS+ platform with Pulse display

PressurePro launches TPMS+ platform with Pulse display

Advantage PressurePro launched its TPMS+ platform with the release of the PressurePro Pulse display. PressurePro’s Pulse brings users PressurePro’s complete range of legacy features, including real time monitoring, two low pressure alerts, a high pressure alert and high temperature alert, as well as a complete line-up of new capabilities. Featuring an easy-to-read screen, quick glance alert notice and fully adjustable vehicle layouts and screen views, the Pulse allows users to customize their screen to their liking, added PressurePro.

“We are very excited to have launched our new technology platform,” Vanessa Hargrave, PressurePro’s chief operations officer and director of marketing, said. “We are constantly working to push the limits of our solutions through unmatched innovation and development and for quite some time, we’ve provided our customers with much more than simple tire pressure monitoring. With another leap ahead in technology, it’s time we lead the market into the next generation of Tire Performance Management—into TPMS+”

Alert prioritization and fully adjustable alert levels gives users the ability to tailor design their monitoring to fit their needs and use. Featuring the capability to monitor up to 80 tires at once and store up to five pre-programmed units, Pulse allows users to monitor any type of vehicle or easily switch the display between vehicles for advanced user freedom, the company noted. Finally, built in CAN and RS232 capabilities, as well as built in data logging, featuring microSD card storage, brings users integration and data dump abilities.

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