Single coil ignitor

Single Coil ignitor

Single coil igniters are used on engines that have a distributor ignition system.

EMS use IGBT switching drivers in their igniters. IGBT drivers have a very fast switching time which produces the highest possible energy in the ignition coil.

Each channel can handle up to 15 Amps of current

2 coil ignitor

2 Coil ignitor

2 channel coil igniters are mainly used on 4 cylinder engines with 2 double ended coils.

EMS use IGBT switching drivers in their igniters. IGBT drivers have a very fast switching time which produces the highest possible energy in the ignition coil.

Each channel can handle up to 15 Amps of current

3 coil ignitor

3 Coil ignitor

For 6 cylinder engines running 3 double ended coils use one 3 channel ignitor module.

For 6 cylinder engines running 6 individual coils use two 3 channel ingitor modules.

EMS use IGBT switching drivers in their ignitors. IGBT drivers have a very fast switching time which produces the highest possible energy in the ignition coil.

Each channel can handle up to 15 Amps of current

4 coil ignitor

4 Coil ignitor

For 4 cylinder engines running 4 individual coils use one 4 channel ignitor module.

For 8 cylinder engines running 4 double ended coils use one 4 channel ignitor module.

For 8 cylinder engines running 8 individual coils use two 4 channel ignitor modules.

EMS use IGBT switching drivers in their ignitors. IGBT drivers have a very fast switching time which produces the highest possible energy in the ignition coil.

Each channel can handle up to 15 Amps of current