The tyre specialist

What is TPMS?

European legislation requires that from 1st November 2014, all vehicles destined for the transport of passengers must be equipped as standard with TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System). 

With a few rare exceptions, tyre pressure is monitored by sensors fitted to the tyre inflation valves. Each sensor can measure tyre pressure, temperature and movement. The sensors are powered by a small lithium battery and dialogue with the control unit over a radio link.

Working with TPMS systems can be particularly challenging because there is not yet any standard governing their form, positioning and radio frequency. A technically evolved tool is therefore essential to tackle TPMS maintenance work effectively.

TPS the standard solution for the TPMS

TPS (Tyre Pressure Service) is TEXA’s solution for tyre-related service operations. TPS boasts an exceptional coverage of makes and models as well as TEXA’s traditionally robust design and build quality.

Once you have selected the make and model of vehicle, TPS can dialogue with the valve sensors on each wheel. Placing the tool near the sensors allows you to activate them and check their efficiency even if they are in stand-by mode at the time. The tool’s own display reads out pressure, temperature and battery charge level (where available), as well as the relevant identification codes and all other diagnostic information provided by the vehicle manufacturer.

Extraordinary skills within reach

TPS lets you check the condition of sensors and replace them if necessary. The tool’s own built-in database provides a list of compatible spare parts for each selected vehicle. TEXA’s vast database also provides other items of valuable information, including correct procedures for rotating tyres.

If a sensor is replaced by a universal spare part, the TPS tool can even program the new sensor to assign it the same identification code as the old one and link it to the receiver or vehicle control unit.

The procedures are made simple by a highly intuitive menu that guides you through all options step by step.


Replacement of the TPMS sensor writing the ID code manually

Replacement of the TPMS sensor with automatic programming code ID

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Team and technology at your service

Exclusive services that allow you to make the most of its potentiality and receive continuous support by the TEXA Call Center’s team* of specialists.
This way your workshop can always keep up with the latest automotive technologies.
An extra ally for the daily work of vehicle repairers.

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Technical Specifications

Cortex M0+ , 48 MHz

Custom on FPGA (sensor communications)

16 MB

Dimensions: 1.5”, Type: backlit monochrome LCD, Resolution: 64×128

125 kHz

433 MHz – 434 MHz


Bluetooth class 2 with integrated antenna

Type: Li-ion, Capacity: 1100 mAh, Voltage: 3.7 V

approx. 8 hours

500 mA from USB port

via USB, approx. 3 hours

Operating temperature: – 10 °C to 40 °C
Storage temperature: – 20 °C to 60 °C
Battery charging temperature: 0 °C to 45 °C
Relative humidity, storage and functioning: 10% to 80%, non-condensing

63x142x30 mm

136 g

Directives: 1999/5/EC R&TTE, 2011/65/EU ROHS
Electromagnetic Compatibility:ETSI EN 301-489-1:2011, ETSI EN 301-489-17:2012
Radio systems: ETSI EN 300 328:2012-06
Safety:EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2001 + AC:2011




Tutorial TPS – Replacement of the TPMS sensor writing the ID code manually
Tutorial AXONE S TPS – Replacement of the TPMS sensor with automatic programming code ID