Ignition

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Vehicle ignition systems has evolved significantly over the years to deliver improved, more reliable and more powerful performance. The purpose of the ignition system is to generate a very high voltage from the car’s 12V battery, and to send this to each sparkplug in turn, igniting the fuel-air mixture in the engine’s combustion chambers. The coil is the component that produces this high voltage. The widest application for spark ignition internal combustion engines is in petrol (gasoline) road vehicles: cars, four-by-four (SUVs), motorcycles, pickups, vans, trucks and buses. In some modern ignition systems, micro-electronics ensure the optimum ignition timing (the relationship between the exact time a plug is fired and the position of the piston in terms of degrees of crankshaft rotation) for all engine speeds and engine load conditions. For the ignition system field, De Lorenzo has designed some panels to simulate the behavior, with the help of a CAI software, such as the study of the starting techniques used in the Otto cycle engines (conventional, transistor and electronic ignition), the circuits and systems for the starting and the recharging, the techniques and the devices used in the starting systems for industrial vehicles and the electronics applied to ignition systems. Troubleshooting’s are provided in all of them. A demonstrator panel is also available for this category. It represents the operation of the engine ignition system based on real components of six ignition systems for teaching and maintenance training. It is equipped with intelligent fault setting and troubleshooting. They are recommended for professional institutes, vocational schools and technical colleges.

Products Details

ENGINE STARTING

LEARNING EXPERIENCE
This simulation panel deals with the study of the starting techniques used in the Otto cycle motors. The main types of starting are here analysed: conventional with coil, with transistors and electronic starting.
As a first starting system, the simulator analyses the conventional starting with coil in which the system is controlled by contacts. This means that the current which flows through the starting coil is inserted or deinserted mechanically through a contact in the starting distributor.
As a first starting system, the simulator analyses the conventional starting with coil in which the system is controlled by contacts. This means that the current which flows through the starting coil is inserted or deinserted mechanically through a contact in the starting distributor.
Then, the simulator analyses the starting system with transistors, where the starting contact-breaker does not have to control any more the current of the primary, but only the control current of a transistor which takes care of the switching of the current of the primary. In addition for the starting system with transistors and control through contacts also the versions of transistor starting system with priming system through Hall transducer or through inductive transducer are here analysed in detail. Finally, the simulation panel studies also the electronic starting in which the mechanical regulator of the spark advance is eliminated and the same spark advance is calculated by the electronic control panel.
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
• Dim. mm approx (HxLxW) : 700x1000x150 - (470 with the base)
• Weight approx. kg 25 Input power supply: AC 220V±10% 50 Hz
• Working temperature: -40℃ ~ +50℃.
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
The simulator analyses the starting techniques. In particular:
• Conventional ignition controlled through contacts
• Transistor based ignition controlled through contacts
• Transistor based ignition controlled through Hall transducer, with fixed closing angle
• Operating principle of the inductive sensor (used for the per transistor based ignition)
• Electronic ignition with transducer of the number of revolutions on the engine shaft.
This vertical frame bench-top trainer is specially designed to show to students how automotive systems work. The simulator consists of a panel operated by the support of a computer with a coloured silk-screen diagram that clearly shows the structure of the system and allows the location of the components on it.
The display of the information available on the computer screen allows the continuous control of the educational system. The operational conditions can be entered by the students and the insertion of faults can be carried out through the computer by the teacher.
The trainer is supplied with a CAI Software and the supported documentation guides the students to the study and the performance of the simulation exercises.
All components installed and given leads are made to protect the safety of the students.

DL AM02

ELECTRIC POWER SUBSYSTEM

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

This simulation panel deals in detail with all the different phases relevant to the starting transistors, the conditions of standard operation, the recharging and the situations or variation of the electric loads.

The combustion engine has to be started with a special device because, differently from the electric motors or the steam engines, it cannot start by themselves.

The simulator takes into consideration all the devices, circuits and systems for the starting and the recharging.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

It is possible to simulate:

• Battery
• Starter
• Alternator
• Connecting circuits

This vertical frame bench-top trainer is specially designed to show to students how automotive systems work. The simulator consists of a panel operated by the support of a computer with a coloured silk-screen diagram that clearly shows the structure of the system and allows the location of the components on it.

The display of the information available on the computer screen allows the continuous control of the educational system. The operational conditions can be entered by the students and the insertion of faults can be carried out through the computer by the teacher.

The trainer is supplied with a CAI Software and the supported documentation guides the students to the study and the performance of the simulation exercises.

All components installed and given leads are made to protect the safety of the students.

DL AM07

BIG VEHICLES STARTING

This simulation panel has been specially designed and realized to allow for a complete and easy learning of the techniques and of the devices used in the starting systems for industrial vehicles.

The term "industrial vehicle" is normally used for the vehicles, which are made for the transport of more than 9 people, for the transport of goods and/or for the haulage of trailers. This category include buses, lorries of various dimensions, special lorries, haulers.

According to the great variety of industrial vehicles, also the starting systems are always adapted to the structure and type of motor of the vehicle on which they are put.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Dim. mm approx (HxLxW) : 700x1000x150 - (470 with the base)
• Weight approx. kg 25
• Input power supply: AC 220V±10% 50 Hz
• Working temperature: -40℃ ~ +50℃.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

It is possible to simulate:

• the 12V and the 24V starting systems with switching of the batteries and the starting systems with the device for starting block
• starting systems with the device for starting repetition, with the relay for double starting for operation in parallel and with the switching relay for the operation in parallel.

This vertical frame bench-top trainer is specially designed to show to students how automotive systems work. The simulator consists of a panel operated by the support of a computer with a coloured silk-screen diagram that clearly shows the structure of the system and allows the location of the components on it.

The display of the information available on the computer screen allows the continuous control of the educational system. The operational conditions can be entered by the students and the insertion of faults can be carried out through the computer by the teacher.

The trainer is supplied with a CAI Software and the supported documentation guides the students to the study and the performance of the simulation exercises.

All components installed and given leads are made to protect the safety of the students.

DL AM10

IGNITION SYSTEM

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

This simulation panel has been specially designed and realized to allow for a complete and easy learning of the techniques and of the electronic devices used for a correct ignition in the motor vehicle. This simulator shows how modern cars ignition systems operate.

It is possible to simulate the following systems:

• Transistor based ignition controlled through Hall transducer and electronic board for the automatic adjustment of current and closing angle
• Electronic ignition with transducer of the rpm on the engine shaft and adjustment of the knock.

All relative signals, such as the output of Hall sensor, knock sensor output, engine speed, the refrigerator temperature, MAP output, A/D input, voltage and current of initial and secondary ignition, stroboscope trigger, end to test points.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

•Dim. mm approx (HxLxW) : 700x1000x150 - (470 with the base)
•Weight approx. kg 25
•Input power supply: AC 220V±10% 50 Hz
•Working temperature: -40℃ ~ +50℃.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

The system covers the following subjects:

• Direct ignition activation system
• Different spark types analysis
• Dwell timing and control
• MAP sensor characteristics
• Cooling sensor operation
• Knock sensor characteristics
• Constant current for various engine speeds
• Ignition system operation at various conditions of speed, load and engine temperature
• Ignition time and dwell measurements
• Operation of the ignition system with fuel electronic injection.

This vertical frame bench-top trainer is specially designed to show to students how automotive systems work. The simulator consists of a panel operated by the support of a computer with a coloured silk-screen diagram that clearly shows the structure of the system and allows the location of the components on it.
The display of the information available on the computer screen allows the continuous control of the educational system. The operational conditions can be entered by the students and the insertion of faults can be carried out through the computer by the teacher.
The trainer is supplied with a CAI Software and the supported documentation guides the students to the study and the performance of the simulation exercises
All components installed and given leads are made to protect the safety of the students.

DL AM13

ENGINE STARTING AND IGNITION SYSTEM

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

This simulation panel has been specially designed and realized to analyse the main types of ignition systems. It studies the characteristics of the ignition systems in Otto cycle engines and the electronics applied to ignition systems.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Dim. mm approx (HxLxW) : 700x1000x150 - (470 with the base)
• Weight approx. kg 25
• Input power supply: AC 220V±10% 50 Hz
• Working temperature: -40℃ ~ +50℃.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

The simulator covers the main following topics:

•Conventional ignition controlled through contacts
•Transistor based ignition controlled through contacts
•Transistor based ignition controlled through hall transducer, with fixed closing angle
• Transistor based ignition controlled through inductive sensor, with fixed closing angle
•Electronic ignition with RPM sensor, knock adjustment, dwell adjustment, and direct command of twin-spark coils.

This vertical frame bench-top trainer is specially designed to show to students how automotive systems work. The simulator consists of a panel operated by the support of a computer with a coloured silk-screen diagram that clearly shows the structure of the system and allows the location of the components on it. The display of the information available on the computer screen allows the continuous control of the educational system. The operational conditions can be entered by the students and the insertion of faults can be carried out through the computer by the teacher.

The trainer is supplied with a CAI Software and the supported documentation guides the students to the study and the performance of the simulation exercises. All components installed and given leads are made to protect the safety of the students.

DL AM33

IGNITION SYSTEM TRAINING PANEL

LEARNING EXPERIENCE

This demonstration panel represents the structure and operation of the engine ignition system based on real components of six ignition systems, including the mechanically timed ignition system, hall effect electronic ignition system, magnetic trigger electronic ignition system, optical trigger electronic ignition system, distributorless ignition system, (Each ignition coil services two spark plug), distributorless ignition system (Coil-On-Plug).

The device applies to theoretical teaching and maintenance training of the ignition system for secondary vocational skill schools.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

•Dim. mm (HxLxW) : 1900x2400x700
• Weight approx. kg 200
•Input power supply: AC 220V ± 10% 50Hz
•Operating voltage: 12V DC
•Operating functioning temperature: -40℃ to +50℃

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

The didactic system shows: 6 real-life and operable ignition systems. These are used to illustrate the structure and operating process of the ignition system.

Such system includes:
• mechanically timed ignition system,
•hall effect electronic ignition system,
•magnetic trigger electronic ignition system,
•optical trigger electronic ignition system,
•distributorless ignition system (Each ignition coil services two spark plugs),
•distributorless ignition system(Coil-On-Plug).·

DL DM91

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ELECTRIC POWERDL AM07
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IGNITION SYSTEMDL AM13
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IGNITION SYSTEM TRAINING PANELDL DM91