Anyone with better information please let me know and I'll get it corrected.
In the 1990s Firestone tires blew up on Ford Explorers. After a public back and forth the powers that be agreed to mandate tire pressure monitoring system on future vehicles. The law went into effect on 9/1/2007 and all vehicles sold in the US since have had some sort of Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS.
What this system does is use sensors in the tire to measure the tire pressure. When the pressure in the tire gets below a certain threshold (27 PSI) a warning light comes on on the dash warning of potential hazards from low tire pressure. The newer (2018+) systems have the capability to individually read each tire's pressure from the dashboard.
Subaru has used two types that I'm aware of:
2008-2017 Model Years used a 315 mhz system.
2018-2019 Model Years uses a 433 mhz system.
A user could take the 315 mhz sensors from compatible years and program them into the car computer and have it function fine.
The only issue with doing this is the if you swap wheels they will have to be relearned into the car.
I used the Schrader Red Sensors on my 2017 to clone the 315 mhz system. I can now swap the wheels on the car without relearning.
I have been told the Schrader EZ Sensor will also function the same but do not have first hand experience doing so.
For the 433 mhz system Schrader 33700 EZ Sensors will clone, according to @DugsSin