Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor

Long ago there was no news from Xiaomi for cars, the Chinese manufacturer has not forgotten about this market and presents a sensor to control the air pressure in the tires. Gadget for safety on the road. Most cars are already equipped with sensors by default, Xiaomi decided to take care of the owners of cheaper models. The new product is today in the Xiaomi portfolio and is now available for sale.

Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor

Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor

Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor can be mounted in a minute, it has a built-in battery. The main part is put on the dashboard. On the top of the housing there is a solar panel that recharges the battery, so that the problem with the wires disappears. The battery level is constantly displayed on the display. In autumn and winter, when there are less sunny days, it may be necessary to recharge the battery through the microUSB connector on the side of the housing. In addition to the battery charge status, the display also shows  ciśnienie w czterech oponach, a także ich temperaturę. 

Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor

The measurement is carried out using four sensors that we place in place of the original valves. They support maximum pressure to 8 bars. The whole is connected to the smartphone application through which we can set from what level we are to receive low pressure warnings. You can also define a critical temperature. The messages will be displayed on the device display located on the dashboard. I am waiting for a car recorder with a similar charging solution via a solar panel. I do not have anywhere to run the wires in my car and the camera lies in the storage compartment.

Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor

The Xiaomi Mijia 70Mai tire pressure sensor is now available for sale and has been priced at 349 yuan, $ 52. Soon, it should appear in stores offering shipping outside of China.


15 update: 35

The device has already appeared in the store's offer Banggood.

Published by: Michał

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