Doug, Dave and Mike welcome Lee Demis to Behind The Wheels, Vice President, Business Development, with Doran Manufacturing. As a leading supplier of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) for truck/trailer fleets, commercial equipment, RVs and motorcycles,
Doran knows everything about the TPMS. During this episode, the guys discuss how and why TPMS originated, where the technology is currently and what the future holds. Doran specifically offers both an internal and external TPMS solution, with each proving they have pros and cons, creating a lot of discussion. Find it on Apple podcasts, or by clicking the image below.
For Immediate Release, June 28th, 2018
For More Information Contact: Todd Thornicroft – National Sales Manager, Doran Manufacturing
Phone: 513-354-3402 | Email: Thornicroft_todd@doranmfg.com
Doran introduces the Sleeping Child Check® Adapter for the State of California
Cincinnati, Ohio – Doran Manufacturing is pleased to announce the availability of the new Sleeping Child Check® California compliant adapter, enabling current and new customers to be in full compliance with California State Bill 1072, also known as the Paul Lee School Bus Safety Law. The law, which goes into effect for the 2018-2019 school year, requires all buses to equipped with a child safety alert system like the Sleeping Child Check® monitor.
“Doran has been creating school bus safety solutions for more than 40 years. Our Sleeping Child Check® monitors remain a reliable, simple and cost effective way to help ensure all children have exited the bus. We are now pleased to offer a solution for our customers in the State of California that complies with the new law and helps ensure the safety of the children on their buses every day.” said Todd Thornicroft, National Sales Manager, Doran Manufacturing. “We’ve designed this solution to keep installation time at a minimum, whether it is a retrofit to an existing system or a new installation. Our universal adapter with customized wiring harness options allows for a simple plug and play install.”
The Doran Sleeping Child Check-California adapter is designed to be used in conjunction with either a factory installed Doran Sleeping Child Check Monitor® or aftermarket version.
About Doran Manufacturing, LLC: Cincinnati-based Doran Manufacturing has been creating solutions for 60 years including providing quality transportation safety since the early 1970s. In addition to school bus safety products, the company also provides tire pressure monitoring systems and continues to manufacture customized electric terminals and terminal boards in the original factory that was established in 1953. For more information about Doran, visit www.doranmfg.com or contact them via e-mail at email@example.com, write to Doran Manufacturing, 2851 Massachusetts Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45225, or call toll-free (866) 816-7233.
For Immediate Release: March 1, 2018
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Doran introduces the YardCheck 360™ Wireless Gate Reader TPMS
Cincinnati, Ohio – Doran is pleased to announce the launch of the new YardCheck 360TM Wireless Gate Reader Tire Pressure Monitoring System. The YardCheck 360TM Gate Reader creates a secure wireless network around a fleet’s facility. The YardCheck 360TM trailer transceiver continuously monitors trailer tire pressure and temperature data, storing this data while away from the facility and uploading it to the cloud based website when it returns. While tethered or untethered in the yard, the YardCheck 360TM transceiver periodically transfers new data to the cloud, alerting fleet management to alarm conditions before they result in on-road tire failures.
“Gaining remote access to tire pressure data from untethered trailers has been a continual request from our valued fleet partners,” said Lee Demis (Director of Business Development, Doran Manufacturing). “Identifying, inflating, repairing or replacing tires before they leave a fleet’s facility has tremendous cost-saving advantages for fleets. We worked closely with Divelbiss Corporation to create a truly unique gate reader system to capture tire pressure and temperature data when a trailer is on the road, upload when it returns to the facility – and most importantly – continue to provide updated information when untethered in the yard.”
The Doran YardCheck 360TM can operate as a stand-alone system on trailers, used in conjunction with Automatic Tire Inflation Systems (ATIS), or communicate real-time data to a truck in-cab display or telematics partner through a Doran SmartLinkTM monitor.
A web-based dashboard, including various alarm conditions, allows fleets to easily and remotely view tire pressure and temperature data for all of the trailer tires in their fleet. Reports can be scheduled and run automatically to quickly identify problem tires before they create costly on-road tire service calls.
Representatives from Doran will be presenting the YardCheck 360 TM Wireless Gate Reader System in Booth 2018 during the ATA’s Technology & Maintenance Council Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition March in Atlanta, GA March 5-8, 2018.
About Doran Manufacturing, LLC: Cincinnati-based Doran Manufacturing has been creating solutions for more than 65 years including providing quality transportation safety since the early 1970s. In addition to tire pressure monitoring systems, the company supplies LED and incandescent Exterior Light Monitors, Sleeping Child Check® monitors, Emergency Exit Monitors and a full range of LED lighting products to the school bus market. Also, the company continues to manufacture customized electric terminals and terminal boards in the original factory that was established in 1953. For more information about Doran, visit www.doranmfg.com or contact them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, write to Doran Manufacturing, 2851 Massachusetts Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45225, or call toll-free (866) 816-7233.
About Divelbiss Corporation: founded in 1974 in Fredericktown, OH the company designs and manufactures industrially hardened electronic control systems. The patented PLC on a Chip™ technology introduced in 2004 continues to break new ground for embedded solutions.