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We go to great lengths to ensure our products meet the highest levels of quality and usability, but we understand that sometimes things can get a little confusing. In those rare cases where something doesn't seem to be working the way it should, or if you need a little more info than the manual provides, please watch our video guides below.

important safety information

Our BLU TPMS External Sensors are installed on the end of your air valve stem, replacing your standard valve cap. These sensors require 3/4 “ clearance space when spinning on your wheel. You must check to ensure that these sensors will not come in contact with your brake calipers or any wheel components (especially if you have 90 degree, 45 degree or off-center/off-set air valve stems on your wheels). Sensors with improper clearance can be damaged and/or destroyed and will void product warranty. This can also be dangerous to riders and passengers as it could affect the condition of your air valve stem potentially resulting in loss of tire pressure.

frequently asked questions

  • Are the external sensors waterproof?

    Yes, as long as you make sure the battery door o-ring is properly seated when screwing the door back on.

  • Are the sensors compatible with Nitrogen?

    Yep! Both Internal and External sensors are compatible with Nitrogen-filled tires.

  • Can I use flat-repair compounds?

    No. Internal sensors have a very small hole which allows air into the device for pressure and temperature reading. Tire compounds such as 'fix-a-flat' or 'Ride-On' can clog this hole, possibly rendering the sensor useless. External sensors are exposed to the inside of the tire via their direct connection to the tire stem, therefore the same potential for damage exists. Use of these types of internal sealants will void sensor warranties.

  • Can I use Internal sensors in my motorcycle wheels?

    Yes, but the sensors need to be mounted in a specific fashion to ensure they are able to function properly. Click the button below for detailed info.

    Motorcycle Wheel Internal

  • Can I mix 100 and 150 psi sensors on the same vehicle?

    Yes! 100 and 150 psi sensors can be registered on the same vehicle in app. Keep in mind there are no external markings on the sensors indicating their pressure range, nor does the app communicate this information. It’ll be up to you to remember which pressure range sensor is on which tire.

  • What kind of range can I expect?

    Range will depend primarily on how much vehicle is between the sensors and where the phone is situated in the cab. Usually connectivity will begin to diminish at 20-25'. If you find that your sensors are not updating the pressure and temp data in the app during a trip, you can remedy this by installing our Bluetooth signal booster.


Camera and Location Settings on an Android Device

When installing the app for the first time, you will be asked to allow access to camera and location services, please allow access for both. The app requires access to the camera in order to scan the QR codes on each sensor during set-up, and Location Services is used as part of the sensor-to-app communication protocol.

Occasionally Android does not register user approval for access, which will prevent the app from working properly...the app will complain that the camera is inaccessible and/or sensor data windows will not display pressure and temperature information and will remain blank.

The fix is to simply launch the Android Settings app and manually activate permissions for Camera and Location Services.

Click through the screenshots below for a visual walkthrough of this procedure.

Additional troubleshooting tips and tricks


  1. Double-check the following:
    1. If one or more sensors fails to connect to your phone during initial set-up,  you may have a dead or defective battery. Install new batteries and repeat set-up procedure.
    2. Ensure Bluetooth is activated on your phone. Our App uses this protocol to communicate with the TPMS sensors.
    3. Are the sensor batteries installed correctly? The positive side (+) should face up, away from the valve stem. There is an illustration in your User Manual showing this.
    4. GPS/Location Services: Our App requires Location Services to properly communicate with the TPMS sensors. Please make sure this setting is active. See item 6 below for more information.
  2. After inserting the sensor ID number into the App, the dialogue display does not show a value.
    1. In an effort to conserve battery life, sensors enter a 'sleep-state' after a few minutes of no vehicle movement and consequently will stop transmitting data to the app. They will wake up and begin transmitting once the vehicle is underway, typically within 30 seconds.
  3. App installation is completed, sensor ID settings are done, and the car is being driven, but no data is shown.
    1. Please restart the phone and ensure Bluetooth is turned on.
    2. One or more sensors may be out of range and the Bluetooth range extender should be purchased and installed.
  4. There is no alarm sound or voice warning.
    1. Ensure the device is not in silent mode or that the volume has not been turned all the way down.
  5. The alarm sounds for tire abnormality on screen but no voice warning is heard.
    1. Some Android devices do not support voice services. Please contact the device manufacturer for more information.
  6. My phone's battery is being drained faster than usual. What gives?
    1. After the BLU TPMS App has been downloaded and installed, please make sure that the GPS function is NOT set to be always on. This setting will be found in your Android or iOS device's system settings App.
    2. Set the GPS to 'While Using the App' to improve battery life.

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