• Ray
    920
    In the video, I install, demo, and review a TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) from a company called Guta. I was interested in reviewing the Guta TPMS because it so closely resembles my current EEZTire TPMS.



    (Fair Disclosure: I received the Guta TMPS review sample free of charge. – Ray)

    Guta TPMS Amazon Link - https://amzn.to/38TiNa3

    Related Links:

    My EEZTire TPMS Review - https://www.loveyourrv.com/eezrv-tpms-unboxing-installation/

    VIAIR Air Compressor Review - https://www.loveyourrv.com/viair-450p-rv-12vdc-air-compressor-review-and-rv-hookup-mod/

    Other Truck Related Videos - https://www.loveyourrv.com/category/new-ram-truck/

    The kit I got contained 8 sensors/transmitters that attach to the tire's valve stems and an LCD display for the truck dash. The LCD is quite simple with small tire icons for the tires and large numbers for the tire PSI and temperature. I personally prefer this style of display over colored backlit as it's much easier to see in the sun and has fewer reflections.

    When operating the display cycles through each tire stopping for 5 seconds to show its current pressure and temperature. If there is ever a fault with either the display flashes and beeps to get your attention. Possible fault alerts are low or high tire pressure, high temp or rapid loss of pressure

    I found setting up the transmitters was quick and easy using the code, set, and +/- buttons located on the display. You code each sensor to your choice of a location on the display. I set mine to match the corresponding truck and trailer locations.

    Then you set the normal cold PSI of the tires on each axle. An alert will sound off if a tire ever gets above or below 25% from your cold PSI setting. The final setting is the high-temperature alert. I don't set mine too high as I like to get an early warning if a tire or wheel is heating due to say a dragging brake or faulty wheel bearing.

    The transmitters come with an extra security backing nut and a special wrench to help prevent theft. The kit also includes a signal repeater for longer RVs. The repeater gets wired into the 12VDC power system of the RV and mounted about halfway down to increase the signal range. However, I found for my smaller-sized 30-foot trailer it wasn't required.

    The rechargeable LCD display comes with an option of fixed or removable mounting. I prefer the removable suction cup mount and locate it on the lower driver's side corner of the windshield just above the dash. It's easy to see without looking down but doesn't block my forward view of the road.

    Overall I give this Guta tire pressure monitoring system a thumbs up. In early testing, I have found it has performed every bit as well as my more expensive EEZtire. So, I'll continue to use it as my TPMS going forward and come back with a long-term review update in the future.
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