Huf / Beru TPMS Sensors Put in Work
Proper tire inflation is a very important factor that can improve road safety, ride quality, handling, tire life, and fuel consumption. The Huf tire pressure monitoring system uses a battery-powered tire pressure sensor unit to measure the air pressure and temperature inside each tire in short intervals. The "data telegrams" are then transmitted to the vehicle's electronic control unit to be converted and interpreted as information.
So what happens when the vehicle's ignition is switched off? Do the tire pressure monitoring sensors stop working? There's a reason why several luxury and high performance car manufacturers prefer Huf / Beru as the supplier original equipment tire pressure monitoring sensor provider. Comprehensive tire pressure coverage allows vehicles to perform at the absolute best. When the vehicle's ignition is switched off, the TPMS control unit switches over to an "economy mode." In this mode, the unit is able to perform two additional functions:
Extensive research and development has been devoted to improving the functional efficiency of the Huf / Beru TPMS sensor. Several functional and systematic checks are implemented during the production and post production stages of the sensor. This ensures a product that will work as advertised and go above and beyond user expectations.
The following vehicle manufacturers utilize Huf / Beru tire pressure monitoring sensors:
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