字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント The benefits of TPMS have been recognized on a global scale. So much so that it has been mandated in countries throughout the world. As a result, TPMS in Europe has grown rapidly since 2014, and it is expected to keep growing in the coming years. TPMS has proven itself to be a huge profit builder for auto part dealers and service providers, but it can also be complicated to manage an inventory of hundreds of different OE and OE replacement sensors in the market. Schrader has made it easier than ever by launching the market's first programmable, aftermarket solution with 100% coverage capability. The EZ-Sensor 2.0 is available in three different mechanical packages to fit any rim on the market. The EZ-Sensor 2.0 is simple to use and can be programmed in about 10 seconds. It comes blank and is programmed to the necessary make, model, and year of the vehicle being serviced. Schrader's new universal EZ-Sensor 2.0 can easily be updated with new application codes and, therefore, is able to cover all existing and upcoming vehicle systems in Europe. EZ-Sensor 2.0 was created to be infinitely scalable, eliminating the need to add more sensors in stock. The EZ-Sensor is a smaller, sleeker design, which not only allows the sensor to fit in more aftermarket wheels, but it also makes the sensor installation and removal process easier and prevents damage to the sensor. Because of Schrader's more than 50% OE supplier market share, you can expect the same exceptional OE quality and performance in our aftermarket parts, including new and pending OE technology, like auto location. In order to offer full flexibility to customers regarding fitment to all OE and aftermarket rim types present in the market, the EZ-Sensor 2.0 offers one functionality in three different mechanical packages, the snap-in, the clamp-in fixed angle, and the clamp-in variable angle. Learn more about Schrader's new universal solution EZ-Sensor 2.0 and how we can help you turn your TPMS program into an efficient profit builder. Speak to a Schrader representative today.