New HawksHead RV TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System It is well known that tires on any vehicle with correct tire pressures last longer and use less gas than incorrectly inflated tires. Vancouver, Canada, January 29, 2011 -- Now HawksHead TPMS systems launches its latest product the TALON, RV. This Tire Pressure Monitoring system is designed for the serious RVer the system can monitor tire pressures and temperatures for motorhomes and trucks along with their towed vehicle if needed, the system is also ideal for travel trailers, fifth wheels, enclosed and flatbed trailers. The system comes with a monitor that can handle up to 22 wheels up to 180 psi if needed and the sensors have replaceable batteries meaning the system will never become obsolete so long as the common generic CR1632 cell battery is available. The TALON RV offers a method of also dropping the towed vehicle and then picking it back up again when connected. The monitor scrolls automatically through each wheel measuring tire pressure and temperature whilst displaying it on the monitor. Alarms can be preset by the operator so visible and audible alarms can warn the driver of pending deflations, over pressures and high temperatures etc. The alarms and monitoring are sent wirelessly real time to the cab allowing the operator to monitor tires that are out of their vision. This new system has wheel sensors with extra power to reach monitor to sensor distances of up to 45 feet. Because the TALON RV system monitor has its own rechargeable battery pack the monitor can be used as a handheld wireless tire pressure gauge when the operator walks around their vehicle and trailer and adjusts the tire pressures. This new system comes with the HawksHead Stubby metal tire valves along with the new HawksHead patent T-VALVES as an option. Sensor locks and a hard wire cable are als0 included in the base system at no extra cost. HawksHead Systems are recognized as one of the North American leaders in tire pressure monitoring systems and offers systems to suit vehicles ranging from RVs to snow ploughs, semi trucks and race cars. For more information see their website at http://www.TPMS.CA Press Contact: Julian Grace HawksHead Systems Inc 36091, Regal Parkway Abbotsford British Columbia V3G 1L1 Canada Tel: 604-854-1771 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.tpms.ca
Published on Jan 29, 2011
Published on Jan 29, 2011
It is well known that tires on any vehicle with correct tire pressures last longer and use less gas than incorrectly inflated tires. Now Ha...