From the bloggers at Techno RV.
Are you looking to buy a TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System and you can’t decide between the 507 and 510 model? Before you make your final decision, you should know there are some similarities and differences between the two that you need to consider before purchasing.
Differences between the TST 507 and TST 510 Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Let’s start with the type of sensors that are available for the units. Both the TST 507 and the TST 510 are available with cap sensors, but only the TST 507 gives you the option to use the TST Flow-thru Sensor. This is a sensor that you do not have to remove in order to add air to your tire.
Both the cap sensor and flow-thru sensor for the TST 507 have batteries that can be replaced by the user. It is a CR1632 battery and has an average life of 10-12 months. The TST 510 cap sensor battery is not user-replaceable and must be returned to TST when it needs to be replaced (approximately every 5 years) for the cost of $19.95.
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