The CES system is not directly intended for electric vehicles.
Yes, the CES system is designed for this type of car.
Yes if the engine compartment does not exceed 0.5m3.
Due to the possibility of a subsequent explosion of the escaping gas, the extinguishing system is not recommended.
Yes, it is the safest fire extinguishing system because it is low pressure.
This should not happen, because the system does not interfere or affect the car system in any way, it is like your mobile phone charger.
The CES system is only functional when the engine is running, after driving and switching off the engine, the car is protected until the engine has cooled down safely.
The automatic CES system is not yet legally regulated as part of the mandatory equipment of the vehicle.
The CES system is fully automatic and is located directly in the engine compartment where there is the greatest risk of fire. With a hand fire extinguisher, it is impossible to effectively extinguish an engine part that is on fire.
CES contains an environmentally safe extinguishing agent that leaves no traces of damage on the equipment.
The warranty is given without exception from the law for 2 years and the service life is estimated for the entire service life of the car.
Yes, that's not a problem.
This is a check of the activation of the CES system, if the LED is lit while the engine is running, everything is fine.
If the engine is running and the LED is off, something is wrong:
- The fuse on the supply to the CES system has blown,
- Your car's alternator is defective and the system will recognize it,
- Loose battery contact,
- The supply line to the CES system is damaged and must be replaced.
The LED only lights up after the engine has been started and shortly after it has been switched off.
The CES system is installed in the highest part of the engine compartment such as the upper engine cover, it is important to avoid installation near the exhaust pipe and turbocharger due to false start of the automatic fire extinguishing system.