The MIC100 is a microprocessor controlled ignition controller based on the capacitor discharge principle and was developed as a cost-effective solution specifically for use on small natural gas powered engines with up to 8 cylinders.
The MIC100 uses supplied input signals from a magnetic or inductive pickup to accurately determine the correct ignition timing of each output. The ignition timing can be influenced by different inputs, which can be realized with an analog input signal, a configurable speed curve or optionally with a serial connection (CAN bus).
Based on the information received, the MIC100 continuously monitors the system status of the pickup and the correct operation of the primary ignition circuit during operation. Depending on the errors detected, the controller will shut down or warn the operator. The status LED or the graphical user interface MICT support the operator in the rapid diagnosis of errors.