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Structure of automobile ignition coil

Date:Sep 15, 2019

A typical ignition coil has two sets of coils, a primary coil and a secondary coil. The primary coil is made of a thicker enameled wire, usually about 0.5-500 mm with an enameled wire of about 0.5-1 mm; the secondary coil is made of a thin enameled wire, usually about 15,000-25,000 inches with an enameled wire of about 0.1 mm. One end of the primary coil is connected to the low voltage power supply (+) on the vehicle, and the other end is connected to the switch device (disconnector). One end of the secondary coil is coupled to the primary coil, and the other end is coupled to the output of the high voltage line to output high voltage power.

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