- Applicable for single cylinder engines with different flywheel sizes
- Self-powered electromagnetic system, no need for external power
- High primary energy
- Using crankshaft reference timing
- High accuracy ignition timing
- Two separate ignition timings (startup and nominal)
- Safety shutdown input
- Supplies panel power
The charging bar (5) with three strong magnets attached to the flywheel passes the charging generator (3) that is attached to the engine in a fixed position at every revolution of the flywheel. At every revolution the generator module charges a capacitor in the ignition module (2) as a result of the magnetic field.
The trigger bar (6) with two magnets, which is likewise attached to the flywheel, passes a pickup coil (4) that is attached to the engine in a fixed position at every revolution of the engine. When the trigger bar passes the pickup coil, the energy stored in the capacitor is discharged into the attached ignition coil (7).