If you sell or service tires, then you know TPMS is a critical component of tire and car safety. Today, over 50% of all vehicles in service are equipped with direct measuring TPMS systems, and many shops report that up to 80% of the vehicles they service have direct TPMS. With the STEELMAN Select Sensor – 433 MHz, you can rest assured knowing you have the most advanced TPMS technology by your side. This specific sensor comes with a rubber snap-in valve, which is designed for use in applications up to a maximum of 80 psi (5.51 bar, 551 kPA) cold-inflation pressure and 130 MPH (209 km/h) max speed. It features an Infineon SP37 chip, a highly integrated device that contains the sensing elements, microcontroller, LF receiver, RF transmitter, and more in one package. The SP37 also measures pressure, radial acceleration, temperature, and supply voltage. The device is compliant to the RoHS standard, with a pressure range up to 900kPa. The Select Sensor uses a Hitachi/Maxell model CR2050HR UL, heat-resistant battery, with a lifespan of 5-7 years, and that expands the operating temperature range compared to standard LiMnO2 coin batteries.