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Beru f1 Systems Produces New Touring Car TPMS

Beru f1 Systems has developed what it calls a cost-effective tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) for touring cars.

Specifically for closed-wheel, road car-derived saloons and sports cars, the system provides accurate tyre pressure and temperature information for drivers and engineers to optimise tyre pressures and wear, as well as offering puncture detection. A new feature is the ability to switch wheel positions on the car without having to manually re-assign wheels sensors to different corners of the car. The system, available this month, is permitted for race and test in WTCC and dependent on regulations, other national series such as the BTCC (only testing, not race).

The complete system is expected to cost £1,400 which includes sensors for two wheel sets. Wheel electronics can comfortably last a full season’s race and testing, meaning there are no further costs. A further option is the hand held Mini Analyser, which allows team personnel to wirelessly receive information about the tyres when the car is in the pits. (Tyres & Accessories/Staffordshire, U.K)

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