The new TireMinder i10 is a premium color TPMS designed to continually monitor up to 20 tires at a time and can store up to 4 different vehicles for a total of 40 tires. This TPMS simultaneously displays up to 10 tires at once, automatically swapping between the front (towing) and rear (towed) vehicles. The large 3.15″ Color LCD checks for the following tire issues every 6 seconds: slow leaks, rapid leaks, blowouts, low pressure, high pressure and high temperature.
The Valterra TireMinder i10 TPMS kit includes 6 Flow-Through Transmitters, the TireMinder i10 LCD monitor unit, and rhino signal booster for superior signal strength. Other components include 12 cr1632 batteries, 6 weather-proofing o-rings, 6 anti-theft locking nuts, 1 locking nut wrench, 1 instruction manual, and 1 warranty card.
Just InstalledHave not tried it on the road yet. Next week. Had the long chrome stems installed in new tires. Accu-pressure). I like the flow through design. The unit was charged then just go around the vehicle and add a tire at a time. The booster is required. I attached it to the RV house battery terminals under the step. Nice system.
J. Pfarr –
Excellent TPMSThis TPMS was an add-on for my 2005 Jayco motorhome, and since we’re living and traveling full time I wanted a good product to keep tabs on the health of my tires. Super simple to install with very good instructions, the only critique I have is that for some reason one of the senders I installed on the right front kept losing signal. I swapped left and right front sensors and the problem has gone away. Very pleased – I have 2000 miles over 30 days and it’s working great so far.
Mike E. –
Overall good purchaseFinished setting up the tireminderi10. I have six flow=through transmitters – 4 on my 4 cylinder tacoma and 2 on my single axle Aliner. The actual pressure in the tires was 32 in the front and 35 in the back. The TM shows between 29-33 for those – meaning one reads 1 psi high and the other 3 read 3 to 5 psi low. I don’t believe there is a way to calibrate, so I noted the variance on a little notepad. The trailer tire sensors on the single axle are more 5 and 6 psi low.I noticed that the trailer tires sometimes showing n5 which I found out means No Signal. It took them a good 24+ hours to correct and now they read good pressure. When the monitor is too far away from them, those two sensors show n5. I didn’t see an error code or message table in the manual to decipher what things mean. Maybe that is the only message possibiity.I love being able to see exactly what the psi and temp of all my tires are at all times, so I much prefer the monitor instead of the app. The different models of Tireminders and I wonder if they use the same manual for them because some of the instructions don’t make total sense. I also wish that I could join a TireMinders Owners Group and ask questions of other users. Rv’ers have some great advice and answers and you can talk to people at all hours.TM has responded to a message I sent via facebook. Even though the system isn’t perfect. I love having it. It makes me feel better.I would buy this again.
Hugh Hawkins –
Great TPMS for motorhomePurchased the 6 sensor I10 TPMS for our RV. Installation was straightforward and took about an hour, which included running the power cable for the “amplifier” thru the frame to connect directly to the battery. Once programmed, the receiver worked perfectly in displaying all tire pressures. My advice for purchasers is to read and then reread the instructions more than once before programming, and carry the unit in hand with you as you screw the sensor onto each valve stem. Makes things much simpler in completing the installation, as mounting the unit inside is the easiest part. I’m very pleased with the I10 TPMS so far.