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PressurePro Upgrades for Functionality, Customization

April 28, 2013 - Products

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Advantage PressurePro

Advantage PressurePro has completion of several upgrades to their TPMS product line, adding greater functionality and customization options for customers. The company claims these developments have never before been offered in the TPMS market.

Upgrades to the PressurePro Gateway allows users to change unique ID numbers, see alerts on their vehicle dash warning light, provide a fast leak check and allows users to set Gateways to provide an alert-only feature.

The upgrades allow users to set customizable low- and high-pressure alerts and high-temperature alert levels by tire or axle. They also provide user programmed trailer IDs from the universal repeater and bring customers the option to freeze the reference pressure if desired.

The advancements also provide a number of benefits for PressurePro’s technology integration partners. They will be able to more easily request and set alerts and reference pressures. Further, the upgrades provide developers with their own software to fluently work with the Gateway without the use of a programming monitor.

“We are focused on providing products that offer our customers a better way to save time and money on managing tires, pressures and fleet performance” says Jeromy Morharbel, Lead Engineer for PressurePro. “Simply, we want to provide fleets with the greatest savings and efficiencies possible, and are confident that these advancements to our product not only help us reach these goals, but further distance our product from other options currently on the market.”

 

For further information visit PressurePro online at www.pressurepro.us

 

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