The universal sensor offers increased coverage to more than 35 million new vehicles and helps tire and repair shops limit the number of part numbers they need to stock, Huf said. IntelliSens has a lower cost point and the ability to be reprogrammed after the sensor has been configured.
With the help of conventional TPMS diagnostic tools, the IntelliSens Universal Sensor can be configured for the most popular TPMS-equipped vehicles. This configuration process takes only about 3 seconds, according to Huf.
“The IntelliSens Universal Sensor creates incredible value for tire and repair shops, allowing them to make the necessary evaluation and configuration in a timely manner with minimal inventory required,” said John Stratton, aftermarket sales manager for Huf North America Automotive Parts Manufacturing Corp.
More information is on the IntelliSens website.