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The Review On Hopkins Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Author: Maisie | Published on Thu Mar 26 2015 | Views : 4100 Tire Reviews2

Today we are going to review the Hopkins nVision Tire pressure Monitoring System. 

One of the most important topics for RV safety relates directly to our tires is tire pressure, we need a good TPMS prevent us from waiting for roadside assistance. So Hopkins created the nVision Tire Pressure Monitoring System a few years back and has improved the product so it’s even better at informing the driver of low tire pressure, which can lead to hazardous driving conditions.

As we all known, the nVision tire pressure monitoring system from Hopkins Manufacturing Corp, this is produced specifically for RVers. This system allows drivers to monitor the exact number and configuration of tires that correspond to the vehicle they are driving and/or towing with its patent pending 4-memory position settings. The memory position can be regained by touching the button, eliminating the need to reprogram each time a different vehicle and/or towed vehicle is driven. The nVISION TPMS allows drivers to check their tire pressure right from the driver’s seat installation is quick and easy; sensors simply attach to the tire valve stems and continuously send tire pressure readings to the monitor located on the dash. The 2-level warning system (12.5% low and 25% low) warns drivers with both visual and audible alerts when tires become low.

 

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To begin using the Hopkins TPMS, the pivoting antenna is installed on the receiver that will eventually be mounted in the cab of the tow vehicle. Then we plugged the Quick-Set installation cord with the 9-volt battery attached into the base unit. This unique feature allows portability of the unit so the user can quickly and effectively install each indidvidual tire pressure sensor. The unit is later plugged into the 12-volt DC accessory port in the dash.

The nVision TPMS comes with the monitor, pivoting antenna, nonskid pad, 12-volt-DC power cord, Quick-Set cord and four tire sensors. Retail price is $300, but check the internet for better deals. With the nVision tire pressure awareness and security comes peace of mind, which in turn allows us to drive safety. Hopkins nVision TPMS uses the most sophisticated and advanced TPMS technology on the market and is designed to provide years of dependable performance.

 


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Guest2015-04-15 06:27 message:2 / f
In the review of the Hopkins TPMS you show a picture of an Accutire Quick-Set installation cord with 9 volt battery--I cannot find this item at nVision or any website. There is no mention of this item being part of the Hopkins nVision TPMS. Please advise. pdwebb7@hotmail.com
Guest2015-04-15 06:27 message:1 / f
In the review of the Hopkins TPMS you show a picture of an Accutire Quick-Set installation cord with 9 volt battery--I cannot find this item at nVision or any website. There is no mention of this item being part of the Hopkins nVision TPMS. Please advise. pdwebb7@hotmail.com