What distinguishes sens.it HD from other tyre pressure monitoring systems?
How much does sens.it HD cost for an articulated truck, for example?
How long does it take for sens.it HD to pay for itself?
What is the service life of the sens.it HD components?
How complicated is the installation of sens.it HD?
For the “Gate” version, only the sensors must be mounted on the vehicle, nothing else. At the “Gate”, a groove must be cut in the road surface for installing the cable for the induction loop. Here as well, we support customers with an appropriate drawing. The control unit/router only requires a voltage supply (110/240 volt) in the vicinity of the loop, and it is set-up.
Can I equip my fleet with sens.it HD incrementally?
What additional/subsequent costs occur when using sens.it HD?
Can I choose my own provider for the data communication?
What are the prerequisites for implementation of sens.it HD?
Simple TPM systems with sensors on the outside (e.g., for screwing onto the valve) are much cheaper and easier to install. Why doesn't sens.it HD use such sensors?
Systems mounted on the inside fasten the sensor, e.g., on the valve (they cannot be used with every rim contour/valve position, or they can only be used with high risk when the tyre is mounted/dismounted), with metallic attachment straps or cables (special tensioning tools required, frequently there is contact corrosion and different thermal expansion between the clamping element and wheel) or in rubber containers on the inside of the running surface (cleaning and bonding process required, container may have to be removed and replaced when tyres are retreaded). Since these systems are usually more complicated and do not fit universally, we have designed sensors on the inside for the sens.it HD, and we have developed the SAS sensor attachment strap for the fastening.