Tyre Pressure Monitoring Bluetooth interface

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  1. Cyclists

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    I have snooper tyre pressure monitoring to fit and I need to install the Bluetooth interface device to a 12v supply. Where is the best place to do this? Can I take it off of the leisure battery as that seems a convenient place to pick it up from as I can install the device under the seating. The instructions say the "Bluetooth interface should have 12V/24v DC power when the vehicle is moving. The red cable is positive and the black wire is negative".


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    John
     
  2. Bluestar

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    Would have thought you would be better coming of your fuse box as I guess you need switched power, as you don't want the unit using power 24/7 and it will need to be fused so just earth unit and run single fused feed from fuse box or run twin from the box and earth at the fuse box end.
     
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    Simplest place to pick up a switched ignition feed is the radio supply that's where I connected my rear cameras to.
    Good luck, you need all the luck you can get with Blue Tooth devices.:)
     
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