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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #32 on: Nov 27, 2022, 02.56 am
    Nov 27, 2022, 02.56 am
    Apparently the flashing green light on the MAXI PAD doesn't mean it is receiving data since it flashes in my living room, too.

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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #33 on: Nov 27, 2022, 09.08 pm
    Nov 27, 2022, 09.08 pm
    Still no luck today interrogating the installed sensors when selecting the A132G6017F sensor during testing.

    I tried using 2 methods :  I placed the MAXI PAD right up against the side of the tire next to the sensor and also placed the MAXI PAD under the tire directly under the sensor - no cigar either way, unfortunately.
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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #34 on: Nov 30, 2022, 11.11 pm
    Nov 30, 2022, 11.11 pm
    Just like T800XC says. Inserting the sensor into a jar of jam, or something similar, is a good method. But I want to take the matter a little further. If the jam jar is placed in a horizontal position and with a homemade plate and a protruding shaft, connected to a small electric motor, the jam jar or the like is rotated, the electric motor connected to a power supply of variable voltage and as the voltage rises it will make the engine rotate at a higher speed, therefore, the sensor should give constant information to the instrument panel.

    I have two great motors that I spin the Pulser Ring Rear and Front connected to a variable power supply to give me the reading on the instrument panel and it does not give faults. So to speak, it allows the ABS modulator to be fooled...



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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #35 on: Nov 30, 2022, 11.42 pm
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    I can also zip tie two TPMS sensors to the Pulser Ring Rear and Front one TPMS sensor to each Pulser Ring. Record the codes of both TPMS to the immobilizer, then turn both electric motors and check what reading it gives on the instrument panel.

    But of course, the only thing is that the sensors would be in the open air, not in a sealed box, such as a jar of jam. Surely it will work, but it will not give correct values of the BAR pressure, since the sensors would not be inside a jar of jam or similar. And to be able to simulate that they are inside a tire.
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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #36 on: Nov 30, 2022, 11.53 pm
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    I think that in my case, by trying, I would have it easy.

    Take a jar of jam, insert a TPMS sensor inside. Disassemble the Pulser Ring and in the lid of the jam jar make a hole in the center of its lid and screw the lid of the jam jar to the shaft of the electric motor.
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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #37 on: Dec 01, 2022, 01.02 am
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    I'm not sure where this is going and it all seems a touch wacky, but I'm intrigued.


    One word of caution....don't use a jam jar. Mine was fine while I used a hand bicycle pump but when I used a foot pump I easily over-pressured the jar and it exploded all over my garage!
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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #38 on: Dec 01, 2022, 06.46 am
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    *Originally Posted by T800XC [+]
    One word of caution....don't use a jam jar. Mine was fine while I used a hand bicycle pump but when I used a foot pump I easily over-pressured the jar and it exploded all over my garage!
     :006:  :138:  :008:

    It is good to know what can happen with the pressure that is produced inside the jam pot.  :008:  :008:  :008:

    When I have time and I get to it, some invention will occur to me.

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    Re: USA TPMS Frequency
    Reply #39 on: Dec 01, 2022, 11.30 pm
    Dec 01, 2022, 11.30 pm
    *Originally Posted by STJIM [+]
    Still no luck today interrogating the installed sensors when selecting the A132G6017F sensor during testing.

    I tried using 2 methods :  I placed the MAXI PAD right up against the side of the tire next to the sensor and also placed the MAXI PAD under the tire directly under the sensor - no cigar either way, unfortunately.

    Yesterday I decided to see if I could communicate with the installed TPMS sensors on my C-14 Concours using the MAXI PAD.  One guy on the COG Forum said he could.   I tried, but no cigar on the C-14 either.

    So I was starting to wonder if the MAXI PAD I bought off EBay for $45 ( great price ) was defective.  So I attempted to test one of the new Autel MX programmable TPMS sensors that I bought.  To test a sensor it's placed right on top of the MAXI PAD.  It tested fine : ID ( FFFF FFFF ), pressure = zero ( atmospheric reference pressure ) , temperature, and battery voltage ( 3.1 volt ).  So that was reassuring.

    So when te next tire change is needed, I'm tempted to installed the two new MX sensors programmed with the OEM ID numbers.

    BTW, when the MAXI PAD was reading the data fom the sensor,  the green light was blinking on and off at what appeared to me as a data stream. This was different from the previous flashing of the light that I reported in a previous post when I chose a Schrader TPMS protocol for testing.
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