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SMP Enhances TPMS Product Line

The company has announced the unveiling of the QWIK-SENSOR Single Sensor Program.


Standard Motor Products (SMP) has announced the expansion and enhancement of its industry-leading tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) product line with the unveiling of its QWIK-SENSOR Multi-Frequency Single Sensor program. The New Multi-Frequency TPMS Sensor combines 314.9, 315, and 433/434 MHz applications into one single SKU, eliminating a duplication of customer inventory. The Single Sensor program is an addition to Standard’s QWIK-SENSOR Universal Programmable TPMS Sensors and OE-Match TPMS Sensors and provides coverage for more than 200 million vehicles-in-operation (VIO) in North America.


“Our new Single Sensor program reduces inventory for our distributor and service facility customers while also making TPMS sensor replacement more efficient for professional technicians and do-it-yourself customers,” said John Herc, vice president, engine management marketing for Standard Motor Products. “With this addition, we continue to enhance our complete, blended TPMS program which offers 99 percent coverage in the market.”

With a wide range of coverage for both domestic and import applications, the Single Sensor program featuring the Multi-Frequency TPMS sensor offers a number of key benefits, such as:

  • Factory-installed rubber valve stems – interchangeable metal, chrome, black valves available separately
  • Required sensor programming can be completed before or after installation and while under pressure
  • Surface-mounted dual band antenna ensures signal integrity
  • Longer battery life – power consumption reduced up to 30 percent 
  • Faster programming times 

The QWIK-SENSOR Multi-Frequency Single Sensor has been independently tested to match OE protocols for precise fit and function – including LOCSYNC, PAL, POD, and WAL advanced TPMS technologies. Standard’s complete line of TPMS sensors, service kits, and tools can be found online at and throughout electronic catalog provider platforms. 



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