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What is the Schrader EZ-Sensor?


Eliminate lost sales, simplify TPMS repairs, dramatically improve fill rates, and reduce inventory costs with the Schrader EZ-Sensor. 

The Schrader EZ-Sensor is Schrader's one size fits all TPMS solution and is programming to directly replace faulty or broken TPMS sensors. With snap-in and clamp-in fitment options and only two SKUs, the Schrader EZ-Sensor is designed with the goal of replacing 90% of the TPMS sensors with the North American market. 

There are over 150 SKUs (and rising) of tire pressure monitoring sensors fitted to North American vehicles alone and finding solutions to TPMS issues has become far more complex as a result. The Schrader EZ-Sensor dramatically simplifies the TPMS service/replacement process, significantly reduces inventory costs, and helps minimize lost sales. 

The EZ-Sensor installation process is a breeze and only requires the EZ-Sensor TPMS unit and a single TPMS programming/diagnostic tool. The EZ-Sensor's patented snap-in design and programming protocol allow the sensor to be compatible with many TPMS tools on the market such as the ATEQ VT55, Bartec Tech400 Series, and the Schrader 21230. This means no extra investment in new tools from the customer and a seamless incorporation of the EZ-Sensor into their current service processes. 
  • 2 EZ-Sensor SKUs: 33000 (315MHz) and 33100 (433MHz)
  • Requires only a single programming tool
  • Currently compatible with 82% of North-American TPMS enabled vehicles
  • Perfect for service/repair facilities of any size and mass merchants. 



Schrader EZ-Sensor Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement


NOTICE: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

 WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressively approved by the party responsible for the compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.