Heavy-Duty TPMS

Schrader's OE quality TPMS sensors, designed specifically for Daimler and DAF trucks, effectively measure tyre pressure and temperature.

Sensor type: valve mounted sensor

Sensor Frequency: 433 MHz Europe

Weight: 35 grams

EAN Code: 5054208007151

Screw Torque Nm: 4

Valve Core Torque Nm: 0.25

Battery life: 3-5 years

Compatible Service Kit: 57005701570257035704 and 5705

Applications: original equipment replacement sensor for Daimler Trucks 

Disclaimer: The Heavy-Duty sensors are sold without the valve, please make sure to buy an applicable service kit before installation. 

Schrader's OE quality TPMS sensors, designed specifically for Daimler and DAF trucks, effectively measure tyre pressure and temperature.

Sensor type: valve mounted sensor

Sensor Frequency: 433 MHz Europe

Weight: 35 grams

EAN Code: 5054208007243

Screw Torque Nm: 4

Valve Core Torque Nm: 0.25

Battery life: 3-5 years

Service Kits:  57005701570257035704 and 5705

Applications: original equipment replacement sensor for DAF Trucks 

Disclaimer: The Heavy-Duty sensors are sold without the valve, please make sure to buy an applicable service kit before installation. 

Bringing OE Heavy-Duty TPMS Expertise to the Aftermarket 

Schrader has expanded its TPMS product portfolio from passenger vehicles to heavy-duty trucks by introducing two: Daimler and DAF OE replacement sensors in the aftermarket. Both sensors effectively measure tyre pressure and temperature. In addition, our heavy-duty TPMS sensors can provide advanced tyre safety alerts, such as Auto Learn; Auto Location; Tyre Burst Warning; Tyre Lock Warning and Tyre Fill Assist. The sensors perform to the exact requirements as set out by the Original Equipment Manufacturers. 

TPMS is an important safety feature that will be mandatory for heavy-duty vehicles in Europe from 2022. We believe that fully functioning TPMS can benefit truck drivers as well as the fleet owners by:

  • Increasing fleet and road safety

  • Reducing fuel consumption 

  • Reducing tyre service-related costs

  • Reducing CO2 emissions

  • Increasing tyre life and performance