LINX UPDATE 1.6
Monitor up to nine tyres at a time with the new LINX TPMS module
ARB has announced the highly anticipated release of the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) module for LINX has arrived with update 1.6.
By combining LINX with the ARB TPMS sensors and the TPMS Comms box, ARB says you can now monitor up to nine tyres at a time via the two new visual modules (vehicle and trailer) with the version 1.6 update.
The easy-to-read display shows the pressures of all tyres currently in use while monitoring tyre temperatures and sensor battery status.
The TPMS module will accommodate one vehicle and up to three trailers.
Each set of sensors can be programmed with up to four different pre-set modes each with customisable names, which makes it easy when changing between terrains such as highway, gravel, rock and sand.
When setting up the trailer display, you have the option of customising and selecting three different trailer symbols, so after hitching up the boat, caravan or horse float, it’s just a click of difference. The trailer module also allows for four pre-set customised settings.
The LINX module even allows an easy swap of tyres at the press of a button in the instance of a flat swapped to the spare or a tyre rotation, without having to manually re-sync.
ARB encourages you to update your LINX unit today with the new Tyre Pressure Monitoring System module to make travelling and exploring easier than ever.
What is LINX?
Fitting out a modern 4×4 with a range of accessories such as driving lights, Air Lockers, dual batteries and air compressors can quickly lead to a dash full of out of place, hard to reach switches and a myriad of gauges and monitors either stuck to the windscreen or drilled into the dashboard – not to mention all the associated fuses and wiring.
ARB explains that LINX is a unique modern controller that declutters the dashboard and centralises the command of vehicle accessories by replacing classic switches, gauges and monitors with one sleek and smart driver interface.
LINX offers a single point of control via its user-friendly, Bluetooth enabled, mobile touch screen display. The LINX mobile display mounts conveniently and unobtrusively within reach of the driver while the main control hub lies neatly out of sight under the dash or seat; taking care of all accessory wiring.
Built on an expandable platform, LINX will reportedly continue to evolve your on and off road driving experience both now and into the future.
For more information, visit www.arb.com.au