Magneto Ignition System: Main Parts and Working

Working of Magneto Ignition System:

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Magneto Ignition System:

As we studied the battery ignition system, The working principle of magneto ignition system is similar, but in magneto system, it’s used to produce energy but in the battery case, it wasn’t. The Following procedure how it works,

  • When the engine of the system starts, it helps magneto to rotate and thus it’s producing the energy in the form of high voltage then,
  • One end of the magneto is grounded through contact breaker, and ignition capacitor is connected to its parallel.
  • The contact breaker is regulated by the cam and when the breaker is open, current flows through the condenser and charges it.

Magneto Ignition System

  • now the condenser is acting like a charger now, the primary current flow is reduced, thus reducing the overall magnetic field, generated in the system. This increases the voltage in the condenser.
  • This increased high voltage in the condenser will act as an  EMF thus producing the spark, at the right spark plug through the distributor. and
  • At the starting stage, the speed of the engine is low and hence the voltage generated by the magneto is low. but as the rotating speed of the engine increases, it also increases the voltage generated by the magneto. and flow of the current is also increased.

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