Originally Posted by INSPECTORBOB
That's what I thought too. Only problem is i can take the receiver 2 blocks away with the booster off and it still shows data (no doubt old data) because it is in sleep mode. How do you get it to wake up to recognize you are out of range?
It looks like TireTraker and TireMinder are the same units, so we have the same system. The display will show '---' if it hasn't received a signal from the sensor in something like 10 or 20 minutes so if you are out of range and wait that long then that's what you should see. Then power up the booster and wait a similar amount of time (for the sensor to report) and you should see a pressure reading. The booster makes a huge difference.