In the app, various settings can be adjusted to your preference.
Once you have installed the E-Pressure, you can still make adjustments in the settings. To do this, go to the E-Pressure module in the app and click on settings at the bottom left. You will see 3 tabs in this section of the app:
Here you can enter the lower and upper limits of tyre pressure. You can do this with the slider or by typing in the white box.
Please note that the pressure can increase by approx. 0.5 bar (7.25 PSI) during driving.
Take the manufacturer’s recommended tyre pressure as a starting point. Then set the minimum and maximum (recommended 0.5 bar above or below the recommended pressure).
Here you can enter the maximum tyre temperature. You can do this with the slider or by typing in the white box.
Please note that the temperature of the tyres can rise to 25 degrees Celsius (77 Fahrenheit) above the ambient temperature while driving.
- Notifications: here you can specify the type of notifications you want to receive.
- Preferences: here you can select whether you want to see the information in Bar/Celsius or PSI/Fahrenheit.
- Reinstall: if you want to reinstall the sensors, you do not need to scan the QR code. Simply click on Unlink and install again and you will go through the calibration process again step by step.
You can set the notifications for each module. There are 3 types of alerts that warn you if the minimum or maximum values you set for this particular module are exceeded:
- Sound: a sound is played.
- Vibrate: the phone will vibrate.
- Pop-up: A message appears on the screen, even if, for example, you have your navigation switched on.
For each type of alert you can switch it on or off by means of the slider to the right of the alert type.
Notification is not correct
Do you get a message when you think everything is fine? Then it may be that the minimum or maximum values in the settings are not correct. Check these in the E-Pressure settings and adjust if necessary.
Please note that during driving or in warm (or cold) conditions, the tyre pressure and temperature may be higher than expected. Take this into account when setting the minimum and maximum values.