And the output of the turns should go to the fast diode and the output from the 27 turns should go to the resistor R1. If you are confused over it, simply ignore and just follow the instructions in the article. Moreover, it would be better if you could share pictures of your PCB from both sides so that we can give precise guidance. Thanks for the reply Swatagam. Lets say i just want to buy this kind of transformer instead of building it.
Can u recommend some models that suitable for PCB build. I usually buy components from element14 and RSonline. So, if i can get the transformer from there, that is best for me. By the way, my application will be on 4-stroke cc motorcycle. Kazuki, This is a custom built design so I don't think you can get it readymade from a shop or component dealer, it will need to be built at home or made to order as per the given data. Kazuki San, Swagatam is correct. Those transformers are made to order.
They are not available with component dealer. However, the supplies of the transformer are easily available. I have provided detailed instructions for assembling the transformer. Go ahead, we are here to help you. For your reference, following are the pictures of the EE core and Bobbin:. I have already clarified the same…… CDI's in smaller bikes can issue sparks with voltage around V at the primary of the ignition coil transformer. Whereas, heavy bikes need more powerful sparks so the primary voltage at the ignition coil is selected like V.
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It's the size of ferrite core. But as I mentioned, it would be too small to handle. You may use a slightly bigger core. I want to know whether we can use standard transformer instead of center tapped transformer like u did in your CDI circuit above? Mind telling us?
Dear Kazuki, it is a ferrite core transformer and it will need to be exactly as mentioned in the article, ordinary iron core type will not work. You have misunderstood the main concept of CDI. The V stored in C6 do not issue sparks directly. The V are converted to 30,V or more by the ignition coil which basically a step-up transformer.
CDI's in smaller bikes can issue sparks with voltage around V at the primary of the ignition coil transformer. Actually, I have not yet gone through the circuit description, so I won't be able to assist you much unless I myself read and understand the design which I am not able to do due to lack of time, you can ask the same to Mr. Abu-Hafss who is the author of the above design…just post the question under any of his comments, hopefully you will get the required reply soon from him.
The sum of the values of the zeners should be equal to required high voltage to charge the CDI's main capacitor C6 ". Hi guys! New parts are no longer available, as Honda quit making them quite some time ago.
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I think it's fantastic that you have posted these schemata, and would love to make one, but I'm trying to figure out whether the CDI unit needs to be DC or AC. How do I tell? It will generate a triangular pulse right at the end of the original triggering pulse. And triangular pulse is equally capable of triggering spark in the CDI.
I could not find Rama Diaz's reply to my post of December 18, And I see that my response to that reply has also been deleted. Abu-Hafss, I think it's posted in the other platform WordPress to which I had recently transferred my site, but due to technical difficulties I had to switch back to this blogger platform Powered by Google. I am sorry all those comments which were posted during 1 April and 12 April are lost and cannot be retrieved back.
But if it's December 18 last year, then I have no idea about it because I have not touched anything before or after 1st and 12th of April, this year…. Yes, I posted on April 11th. And I also noted that my post was visible immediately with status "awaiting approval". All zener diodes should be 1W. All polarized capacitors to be rated 25V.
All non-polarized capacitors can ceramic but better polypropylene film capacitors which are usually rated V. All diodes are normal diodes except D4 which is Schottky and D2 is fast recovery diode rated V. C6 is 1. Also the closest big capacitors i could find are 1uf v they should be ok?
Hi Im back so i am moving closer to building this project, my signal is selectable either like "A" 5V or it will be an inverse of A but without any voltage pullup, just signal going from open to LOW never will it be like "B" So we can use either one but it is important that the spark action always happens at the end of the signal. Swagatam Majumdar hi, im realy interesting with your CDI idea. It is clearly mentioned in the article that the circuit is capable of producing more than VAC.
In fact, I observed it to go to about VAC. The construction of the transformer is explained in details, in the article. Please read it thoroughly before starting the project. Excelent thank you! I was more concerned about the current draw on the transformer and other primary components, but the capacitor charge time is also a factor. Is it possible to configure it somehow so that the spark occurs at the end of the trigger signal? One more question the voltage rating of the capacitors c6 is that an ac rating or dc rating?? First please, let me know the shape of the pulses from the ECU. See the figure in the link and let me know if it is A or B.
If it is type B then it will be easy to trigger the sparks at the end of the positive pulse.
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But if it is type A, it will be very difficult. Since all 3 CDI-units would be isolated, each capacitor C6 would get enough time to get charged and would not be much affected by the firing of other 2 capacitors. Yes, the ignition coils have two terminals. The negative has to be earthed and the positive has to connected to point E of the CDI-unit. As far as the duration of the trigger is concerned, I think it should be proportional to the RPM. For a 4-cyl. The CDI-unit will fire as soon as positive threshold voltage is received at point B of the unit.
I have successfully tested it with regular fluctuating 5V signals. For a squared-wave signal, of course, the unit will fire right at the beginning of the signal. Thank you!!! See supra at Moreover, New England does not stand for the proposition that there can never be any exemptions to the minimum offer price rule, as Generators suggest. As discussed above see supra at , FERC balanced competing concerns in arriving at its decision.
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