Switch

3 TYPES OF SWITCHES ARE DEDICATED FOR ZENIT INSTALLATION - EACH ONE OF THEM COMPATIBLE WITH SELECTED ZENIT INSTALLATION CONTROLLERS

The only element of the gas installation that the driver can see every day is a switch. It’s worth choosing the
one that has a modern design and looks aesthetically in the car. The switch is mounted in a visible place, where
it is convenient to be switched and to check the power supply of the car.

NEW ZENIT RGB SWITCH!

RGB diodes give the option to set any color that the driver prefers!

Zenit installation switches are a combination of European design and high quality performance. It has the function of automatic lighting adjustment and also guarantees the possibility of adjusting diodes brightness by the installer in the software and by the driver himself. 

New designer RGB switch - characteristics

- built-in light intensity sensor!
- functional round shape with a centrally located, clickable microswitch!
- RGB LEDs, thanks to which you can get any light color!
- built-in buzzer with the ability to adjust the volume and change the tone!
- additional decorative rings

Elements of the set:
- front (switch front panel)
- aluminum ring
- rubber ring

RGB Zenit Autogas switch

Depending on the possibilities and needs, the switch can be mounted in 4 variants:

  • front panel only
  • front panel + aluminum ring
  • front panel + rubber ring
  • front panel + aluminum ring + rubber ring

 The RGB switch is available in Zenit electronics sets and as a separate sales item.

Switch - signal of operating status and construction

- based on a microcontroller
- connection: plug - socket
- additional CHECK control light
- built-in “buzzer”

  • “Hose” line composed of diodes (gas level diodes are on and off one after the other) – no communication with ECU
  • Gas level diodes are flashing – waiting for conditions to be switched
  • “Check” is flashing + 3 x buzzer – error in diagnostics, you can drive on gas
  • “Check” is permanently lit + 2 x buzzer – service reminder, you can drive on gas
  • 1 x long buzzer + “Decreasing line” (gas level diodes light up one by one from top to bottom)
    - gas pressure too low - switch to petrol
  • 1 x long buzzer + “Rising line” (gas level diodes light up one by one from bottom to top)
    - error in diagnostics which causes switching to gasoline