Doran 360™ Tire Pressure Monitor Systems
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Booster
With a Doran Tire Pressure Monitor the wireless signal is strong enough for almost any common configuration. A wireless tire pressure monitor booster is generally used in longer applications, metal skin coaches, or trailers. This booster is simply installed with two wire connections (positive and negative).
Doran offers two wireless tire pressure monitor boosters depending on installation:
- The truck tire pressure monitoring system booster is heavy duty and designed to withstand the roughest outdoor environments. It can be mounted on the back of a semi-truck underneath the last cross member.
- The RV tire pressure monitoring system booster is of a similar design to the truck booster, but without the extra brackets and potting needed for outdoor use. The booster is usually mounted inside of a closet of your RV.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Mounting Options
For trucks and RVs, mounting the Doran tire pressure monitor can be as easy as using a VelcroŽ pad or using our newly designed multi-bracket. This handy bracket allows the driver to adjust the display to fit the dashboard. The multi-bracket kit includes suction cups for glass or other flat surfaces, visor clips, or can be permanently mounted with screws. With the Doran tire pressure monitor, you have the flexibility to select the solution that works best for you.
For the 360M™ motorcycle tire pressure monitoring system, the Doran tire pressure monitor can be mounted on the handle bars, under the seat or in other hidden areas (with only the indicator light visible on handle bars).
Tire Pressure Monitoring System Sensor Locks
Doran's custom designed sensor locks work with most tire/wheel applications and will not cause damage to your valve stem threads. A special plastic lock is inserted over the valve stem. The sensor is then screwed onto the valve stem. Next, pull up on the valve stem lock to engage it into the sensor and use the special Allen head wrench provided to lock the sensor into place. It is just that simple.
Unlike competitors' tire pressure monitoring system locking systems, Doran does not use a simple lock nut. These nuts are extremely difficult to install in small valve stem spaces. In most cases, you cannot get a tool of any sort into this area. And if you are lucky enough to get a tool in this area, you are still in jeopardy of damaging the valve stem threads from over tightening the nut. Since the thread pitch can vary from valve stem to valve stem, installation can be tricky, as the nut can easily strip the threads.