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Old 02-05-2014, 04:50 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rmeusborn View Post
Assuming you have the TPMS from

Minder Research, Inc.
3000 SE Waaler Street
Stuart, FL 34997

We'd never heard of them. Looks like a good system. We're checking for compatibility with our VMSpc.
yes. the product is actually produced by a chinese company but is sold in us market by 4 companies with re-labels. i contacted the manufacturer and they referred me back to minder research as their sole authorized seller. i have 4 sets for cars/rv now and they are all good.

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Did you have a repeater installed. Found out the hard way that many MH in the 40+ length will need a repeater to pick up the toads signals. With the repeater inplace just starting to unscrew the TPSM from the toads tire sounds the alarm. A good way to test is have system on, loosen the monitor on the toad and see how quick you get the alarm, if working correctly you can not unscrew it fast enough to get it off before the alarm goes off.

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yes i use a repeater, although it was only once the signal was lost before i installed the repeater.

once i unscrew the sender on a tire valve, just couple threads, it will alarm with sound and flashes.
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We've learned the Tire Minder is NOT compatible with the VMSpc. We struggled with the decision between the economy and convenience of a Tire Minder system and the appeal of a continuous display of all 10 tire pressures on our VMSpc screen as offered by the PressurePro. We’ve received an OVERWHELMING amount of POSITIVE feedback from PressurePro owners which has convinced us that PressurePro is not only the best protection we can get, but, in the long run, the most economical.

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