THE CAPACITOR DISCHARGE IGNITION SYSTEM

He pushed the Chinaman to one side, and rapidly ran over his ignition system.

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  • Function of ignition system from 6or 12v battery makes a high voltage surge to ignite the compressed air fuel mixture each spark is timed and supplied to the spark in to carrot instant at higher speed the spark is advanced so that it occurrence sum what and allow the mixture ample time to burn fully and deliver its power

    Secondary power source for this CDI system is stored charge in capacitor. Magnets in flywheel used to energize both charging coil and trigger coil. As flywheel turns and magnet passes over charging coil, one cycle alternating current produced. Current is passed to group of four diodes, which rectifies it to direct current, passes it on to capacitor. Capacitor charges to full capacity. At this point, ignition system prepared to fire.

  • Function of ignition system from 6or 12v battery makes a high voltage surge to ignite the compressed air fuel mixture each spark is timed and supplied to the spark in to carrot instant at higher speed the spark is advanced so that it occurrence sum what and allow the mixture ample time to burn fully and deliver its power

    Electronic system most often used is capacitor discharge ignition system. Basic components of CDI system configured in several ways. Usually all components contained in sealed module, however in certain engine applications, CDI components have different arrangements of wiring and parts. No matter the arrangement, all CDI systems operate much the same.

  • Fig. 1: Typical electronic ignition system. Note its basic similarity to a conventional system

    In transistor controlled ignition system (TC), transistors used to perform trigger switching. Components of transistorized system generally contained in one small unit mounted directly to ignition coil. Because of construction, no test points to monitor in event of system failure.

- Piezo-electric Ignition System

Since there are a few different types of ignition systems, not every engine has the same ignition system components. The two main types of ignition systems are spark-ignition and compression ignition, and there are also a number of different types of spark-ignited systems.