magnetically controlled electronic ignition


Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • controlled electronic ignition — See contact controlled electronic ignition magnetically controlled electronic ignition capacitor controlled electronic ignition …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • electronic ignition — See electronic ignition system all electronic ignition capacitor controlled electronic ignition contact controlled electronic ignition contactless electronic ignition fully electronic ignition magnetically controlled electronic ignition …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • controlled electronic — See magnetically controlled electronic ignition …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • electronic ignition system — An ignition system using electronic switching devices to assist or eliminate the mechanical breaker points. There are three basic electronic ignitions: contact controlled (the breaker points are retained but merely serve to trigger a transistor… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • ignition — A process which initiates the combustion of the compressed air/fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. In a spark ignition engine, the mixture is ignited by an electric spark; in a diesel engine, the self igniting mixture must be preheated by… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • electronic — Featuring semiconductors (usually transistors) as an operating medium. Also see fully electronic ignition high energy ignition system with electronic spark timing magnetically controlled electronic ignition …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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