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Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor

Track your motorcycle's tire pressure on your Garmin zūmo® navigator

Item # 150TPMS

Let's be honest: tire pressure's a pretty big deal for motorcycle riders.

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About the Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor

Monitor your motorcycle's tire pressure with ease

Let's be honest: tire pressure's a pretty big deal for motorcycle riders. Garmin's Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor works with your zumo navigator to let you track your tire pressure. You'll need one sensor for each tire on your motorcycle or ATV, and your zumo will track up to four tires in any configuration. The sensor is not designed for automotive use or for tires with non-metal valve stems.

Monitor your motorcycle's tire pressure with ease

Let's be honest: tire pressure's a pretty big deal for motorcycle riders. Garmin's Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor works with your zumo navigator to let you track your tire pressure. You'll need one sensor for each tire on your motorcycle or ATV, and your zumo will track up to four tires in any configuration. The sensor is not designed for automotive use or for tires with non-metal valve stems.

Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor

See each tire's pressure on your zumo's display

Just pair the sensor with your zumo, then screw the sensor onto your tire's metal valve stem. ANT wireless technology lets you see each sensor reading on your zumo's screen as you ride. You can set custom pressure thresholds and have the navigator alert you when the pressure changes. You can even track pressure trends over time, so you can spot a slow leak before it becomes a bigger problem.

The sensor is powered by a single replaceable battery with up to 18 months of life. Battery life is preserved when you're not rolling, and the sensor engages when your bike starts to move.

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Product highlights:

  • tire pressure monitor sensor
  • replaceable battery with up to 18 months of life
  • works with Garmin zumo motorcycle navigator (see Details for compatible models)
  • wirelessly transmits pressure readings to navigator's screen
  • displays up to four tires at once
  • alerts when tire pressure falls below a user-defined threshold
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # 010-11997-00
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What's in the box:

  • 1 Tire pressure monitor sensor
  • BR1225 battery (3V)
  • Number labels (1 2 3 4)
  • Instructions
  • Important Safety and Product Information

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Overview: The Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor (TPMS) lets you monitor your motorcycle's tire pressure as you travel. The sensor transmits the tire's air pressure wirelessly to the zūmo navigation device (zūmo 390LM, zūmo 395LM, zūmo 590LM, or zūmo 595LM). One TPMS sensor is required for each tire (sold individually), and should be used with metal valve stems only.

ANT Network: The Garmin Tire Pressure Monitor System operates on ANT technology, a proprietary wireless sensor network that operates in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band of the 2.4 GHz spectrum. Each sensor transmits the tire pressure data wirelessly to the zūmo unit, where it is displayed in real time. Transmitting range is approximately 6.6 feet.

Configuration: The Tire Pressure Monitor System works with up to 4 tires in any configuration. There are four numbered stickers included with the sensor to affix to the sensor cap to identify the tire being monitored. In the menu of the zūmo, you can choose from the following vehicle types: 2-wheeled motorcycle, 3-wheeled motorcycle (1 front, 2 rear), 3-wheeled motorcycle (2 front, 1 rear), 3 wheels (motorcycle with sidecar), or 4 wheels (2 front, 2 rear).

Note: The TPMS system is not intended for automotive use.

Pairing With zūmo Device: Prior to traveling, you will need to set up the monitoring system with the zūmo, which includes pairing each sensor individually with the device. Once you have entered the vehicle type and number of wheels, the device will guide you in pairing the sensors. The battery should be removed from each sensor until it is ready to be paired to the device.

Alerts: During the pairing procedure, you will be prompted to enter the recommended and minimum tire pressure for each tire. The zūmo will trigger a low pressure alert when a sensor reports a tire pressure lower than the entered minimum pressure. The device will also report a low sensor battery or a non-connected sensor.

Power Requirements: The TPMS is powered by a single 3-volt BR1225 Lithium coin cell battery. A single battery may last up to 300 hours of run time, depending upon individual use. The sensor has a low-power mode, which begins after a short period of time without detecting movement. Once movement is detected, the sensor "wakes up" and begins transmitting data again after about 30 seconds.

Waterproof: The Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor is built for extreme conditions. It can withstand temperatures from 14° to 140°F, and is IPX7-certified for water resistance.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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To go along with the Garmin gps unit [ LAWRENCE  Apr 29, 2018 ]
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Replacing one that is defective. [ Robert  Oct 19, 2017 ]
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to use with my new gps on my motorcycle [ Steven  Jul 20, 2017 ]
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This was the cheapest way to have air pressure monitoring on an older BMW motorcycle [ David L.  Jan 12, 2017 ]
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Compatible with gps I bought from you [ ARTIE  Aug 07, 2016 ]
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Because I want to be able to monitor air pressure on my bike [ Christopher  May 31, 2016 ]
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I ride 20 to 30 thousand miles per year and have learned the hard way of pre-mature wear on tires. There are other TPMS systems out there but have used Garmin equipment ( and others) for many years and Garmin has not let me down. Only downside of transmitters is battery availability. Some battery shops have them but being an odd duck they dont sell quick enough to be fresh. So I have to order online for blister pack that has date on the pack. No biggy, change out begining of each summer. [ Luc  May 08, 2016 ]
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Read good reviews for the product working with my Zumo 390. Taking 15 day x-country trip. Want to know quickly each morning prior to departure that both tire's air pressure is good. [ John  Apr 20, 2016 ]
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1 question already asked

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how many senors in this kit:? 4? 2? or only single?
[ Chris  Jul 18, 2015 ]
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There is only one sensor per package,, BUT the Garmin 590 will monitor UP to 4 of these sensors at same time
[ Julian P.  Jul 20, 2015 ]
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They are sold as singles.
[ Mark  Jul 18, 2015 ]

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