- Full Description
The Tyre Pilot STP 116 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is a standalone personal navigation device (PND) device capable of measuring pressures up to 116 pounds per square inch (PSI)* and providing instant alerts on pressure drops and temperature rises.
Each device comes with two tyre pressure sensors as standard, allowing for monitoring of trailers or caravans. Upgrade with extra sensors to monitor cars or light commercial vehicles.
*Check your tyre maximum PSI, which can be found either on the side wall of your tyre or on the model information panel, before purchase.
What’s in the box?
Wireless LCD display unit (model STP 116)
2 x 116 PSI tyre pressure sensors
Battery replacement tool
*Product manual can also be download here.
22-wheel Maximum Monitoring
The Tyre Pilot STP 116 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is capable of monitoring up to 22 wheels, allowing for accurate updates for cars, caravans, trailers and light commercial vehicles.
Easy to Install
There are no complicated wires to install or any specialist tools required and the tyre pressure sensors are designed to easily fit almost any tyre pressure valve stem. Simply fix the sensors and install the display unit to your windscreen.
The standalone display charges via the in-vehicle cigarette lighter and will last approximately one month between charges during normal use.
Visual and audible alerts are provided should pressure drop or temperature rise. Updates are transmitted every five minutes and if a vehicle does not move for 10 minutes, sleep mode will be entered to conserve battery life.
Tyre Pilot STP 116 Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
Black and silver
65mm x 90mm x 23.5mm
Rechargeable lithium battery
Maximum Wheel Monitoring
STP 116 Tyre Pressure Sensors
21mm x 21mm
Poor visibility of screen in daylight . Impossible when sunny.
I bought the Snooper Tyre Pilot system and 2 sensors for my caravan. When it decides to work the pressure readings are accurate but the monitor keeps losing connection with the sensors and you have to keep pairing them manually. This is extremely irritating and on occasion they won't pair at all. I don't know if other systems are better but for this reason I would not recommend Snooper Tyre Pilot for a caravan.