Originally Posted by H. Miller
I own and have used a Hawkshead system for over 2 years. The evening temps and pressures change by the next morning. The temp can be watched and noted to rise as the sun comes up. Further, if the system is "asleep" how would it know to advise that an "alert warning situation" existed?
This is real world experience and has nothing to do with what "I think".
My "I think" statement was in reference to Hawkshead being the same unit as TireTraker. My info on the TireTraker came straight from Lawrence RV who is the distributer for TireTraker. I assume they are in the "real world".
cut & paste from Lawrence RV email:
"The only way to immediately update the sensors id to physically unscrew them, then screw them right back on. Even though the monitor does not show the current pressures on the display before movement, it is continually scrolling through each tire, and if any tire should be in alarm, you will be notified immediately. You do not need to roll before an alarm occurs. When I start out in the morning, if there is no alarm present, then I know I am in good shape. Once they update, if I notice a tire a little low (or high), I then pull into a truck stop and take care of it. Hope this helps."