For these reasons, electronic ignition systems provide an ideal power quality for the engine. Review of Advance Electronic Spark Advance System in Power Electronics, the engine will provide almost ideal characteristics of ignition timing. What what I mean? We know that the PCM determines the ignition time on two things: a) the sensor input signals and b) in its internal memory, which contains information on optimal times for each engine operating condition. Now … maybe not everyone knows this, but after determining the starting time, the PCM sends the time signal Power (STE) to the ignition module. Just as when the STE signal is turned off, the ignition module will cut the power supply to the ignition coil … this is what produces a flash of 7000 volts to 35000 volts into the cylinder. We analyze in detail these new concepts.

Types of ignition systems ignition systems fall into three basic categories: a) Vendor b) with Electronic Ignition Distributor Ignition System c) Direct Ignition System Essential Components Ignition System of the type, are essential components : a) Crankshaft Position Sensor (Crankshaft Sensor) b) Position Sensor Camshaft (Camshaft Sensor) c) Ignition Module d) ignition coils, wiring, spark plugs and) f PCM) signals from various sensors Power Production Chispazo The ignition coil must generate enough power to produce the spark needed to ignite the fuel / air mixture. To produce this power, you need a very strong magnetic field. This magnetic field is created by an electrical current. This power usually comes from a fuse and circuit flows through the coil Primaro. The primary circuit of the coil has very low electrical resistance (1 to 4 ohms or so), which allows easy flow of current. The more current to flow, the greater the magnetic field within the coil. The power transistor in the ignition module handles high current required by the primary circuit of the coil. Another requirement for producing high voltages is that the flow of current in the primary winding should be turned off quickly.

When the transistor inside the module is turned off, current flow stops momentarily and then said that the magnetic field "collapses". As the rapidly collapsing magnetic field is transported through the secondary winding, it produces voltage (electrical pressure). If you create enough voltage to overcome resistance in the secondary circuit of the coil, electrical current flow will occur and a spark will occur. Note: The higher the resistance in the secondary circuit will require more voltage for current to flow and the duration of the spark will be less. It is important when there are the team to observe the pattern of the ignition spark on the screen of an oscilloscope. Time Signal On The flow of electric current in the primary winding is controlled by the PCM by Time Signal Power (STE). STE signal is a voltage signal that shuts down and turns the main transistor in the ignition module. When the voltage