Schrader's OE-Quality TPMS

Specifically Designed for Motorcycles

Pre-programmed for German Brands!

100% Programmable!

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Direct TPMS Versus Indirect TPMS
11 July 2020

Direct TPMS Versus Indirect TPMS

Within the TPM systems there are two types: direct TPMS (dTPMS) and indirect TPMS which function in different ways. Knowing those differences will help you understand and communicate the best solution for your customers. 

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11 July 2020

TPMS Legislation Overview in the EU

In the EU TPMS became mandatory for all class M1 vehicles (vehicles designed and constructed for the carriage of passengers and comprising no more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat) registered after November 1st, 2014. The initial legislation was approved in 2009 in Brussels (UN ECE R64) with the aim to optimize fuel consumption and increase driver safety, which are the two most well-known benefits of the TPM systems.

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11 July 2020

Understanding TPMS Programming

Direct Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems are a highly technical vehicle safety feature and the TPMS sensor is a crucial component of the system. There are many different sensor types available on the market, including the aftermarket’s preferred solution - programmable sensors. Programmable sensors, like Schrader’s EZ-sensor® family of products, come blank and need to be programmed to the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle being serviced.

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11 July 2020

Motorcycle TPMS: Everything You Need to Know

Riding a motorcycle is a different experience compared to driving a car and requires specific maintenance. According to the European Commission, a motorcycle is considered to be one of the most dangerous means of road travel. More than 6500 motorized two-wheeler users die each year in the EU and the risk of death for motorcyclists is 20 times higher than of car occupants.

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Our Products

Schrader takes great pride in delivering high-quality and innovative solutions to the automotive industry's sensory needs. All Schrader aftermarket products are OE quality and are designed to fit and function exactly like an OE product.

EZ-sensor EZ-sensor®

Schrader's programmable EZ-sensor® optimizes your inventory levels, increase the speed of service and eliminate potential lost sales. The first universal sensor with 100% vehicle coverage capability.

Programming Tools Programming Tools

EZ-sensor® is compatible with most tool vendors on the market and may work with a tool that you already own!

OE Replacement Sensors OE Replacement Sensors

Schrader's OE Direct-Fit replacement TPMS sensors are designed to be a "like for like" replacement of an OE sensor and are made to fit specific applications based on a vehicle's make, model and year.

Service Kits Service Kits

Schrader Service Kits are OE quality and should be replaced every time the tire is removed from the wheel.

TPMS Retrofit Kits TPMS Retrofit Kits

Schrader's TPMS Retrofit Kits were designed for use on passenger vehicles and light trucks built prior to factory TPMS installation that still want to contain the many benefits of a fully functioning TPMS system

TPMS Hand Tools TPMS Hand Tools

Schrader's high-quality hand tools are designed to properly install and remove TPMS sensors, reducing the risk of breaking the sensor or valve stem.

Innovation Driven since 1844

Our history goes back to 1844, when a German immigrant, August Schrader, opened a small shop in lower Manhattan, NY. A few decades later, August Schrader’s son, George Schrader, took over and produced the first bicycle valve in 1891. Less than 6 years later, he introduced the automotive pneumatic tyre valve that is still used on most vehicles today. This was the first of many patents to follow.

The early success of Schrader shows the origin of the company’s constant strive for innovation and excellence that has lived on for over a century. Over the last 100 years, with this spirit, Schrader developed and introduced a variety of valve assemblies and gauges. The company’s early devotion to meet and forecast needs of the automotive industry then resulted in pioneering TPMS. In 1997 Schrader equipped the Corvette C5. Now, TPMS is a safety feature that is regulated on all cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. and in Europe and will soon be regulated in China in 2019. Nowadays, Schrader’s direct TPMS technology can be found in over 50% of global OEM vehicle platforms.

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