VDO REDI-Sensor Chosen As Best New Safety Product During AAPEX

VDO REDI-Sensor Chosen As Best New Safety Product During AAPEX

Designed to follow OE vehicle-relearn procedures, the REDI-Sensor SE10005 is compatible with all major TPMS tools and is ready to install right out of the box, according to Continental.

Continental’s new VDO REDI-Sensor SE10005 TPMS Sensor named best new safety product at AAPEX 2019 (left to right) Bill Hanvey, President and CEO of Auto Care Association, Sean Lannoo, Continental Sales Technical Training Specialist, Lindsay Smith, Continental Product Manager, Yasser Gad, Continental Technical Project Lead/Tire Information Systems, and Paul McCarthy, President of AASA.

Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket received the Best New Product Award in the Safety category for its new VDO REDI-Sensor SE10005 multi-application TPMS sensor. The award was given during the New Product Showcase Awards on Nov. 5 at the 2019 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) Show in Las Vegas.

The AAPEX New Product Showcase highlights the best new products making their debut during the 2019 AAPEX show. Entries were judged by pre-registered buyers and products receiving the highest votes were selected as the Best New Products.

Designed to follow OE vehicle-relearn procedures, the REDI-Sensor SE10005 is compatible with all major TPMS tools and is ready to install right out of the box, with no need for programming or cloning. It will be available for sale during Q1 of 2020.

Lindsay Smith, Continental product manager, accepted the award and noted, “We are very excited to receive this prestigious award from AAPEX for our new REDI-Sensor SE10005 TPMS sensor. We design our products with the customer in mind and it is great to be recognized by automotive parts buyers for new product developments that help professional technicians improve their jobs.”

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