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WISCONSIN FORM MY-101-3 (REV.BY BOLENS)
DESCRIPTION, Fig. 1
magnet inthe ring passes over a trigger coil generates a small amount ofcurrent tothe solid switch silicon controlled rectifier). TheSCR is trig- gered by this current and releases the stored up ener- gy in the capacitor to the primary windings of the ig- nition coil where a high voltage is induced intothe secondary windings and on into the spark plug.
Solid state breakerless minate ignition maintenance electronically controlling the spark. A magnet
ignition coil and stator assembly parts o f the solid state ignition
N o timing adjustment o r breaker essary. All of thesolid state components are neatly molded into the stator, mounted to the flywheel end bearing plate. The only mechanically moving part i s the magnet ring, a component part o f the flywheel.
OPERATION, Fig. 2
Alternating current is generated as theflywheel mag- net ring passes over the coil poles on stator plate. The current i s then directed through a diode rectifier, an electronic device that allows thecurrent to flow in only one direction, thus changing the alternating current todirect current. The direct current then con- tinues on to a capacitor where it i s stored momenta- rily. A s the flywheel continues to turn, the permanent
For Engine Models
,-12D and S-14D
was designed to eli- and improve starting by ring, basic
The spark timing i s permanently established by the position of thetrigger coil in the stator plate, rela- tive tothe flywheel keyway. Seeillustration. Page 2.
IGNITION TIMING - SPARK ADVANCE
The accuracy of the spark advance timing can be checked with a neon timing lamp and 12 volt battery. Timing, however, cannof bechanged, since it is elec- tronically controlled bythetrigger coil onthestator plate. Connect lamp leads to positive terminal o f bat- tery, spark plug terminal and ground.
The spark is retarded 10to 12" before top dead cen- ter for starting, and automatically advances a s engine speed increases. T h e running spark advance (2500 R.P.M. and over) i s 20'>.
Model TRA' 12D: Theflywheel is marked with a groove to indicate the 20°running spark advance. With the engine operating at 2500 R.P.M. or over, the timing mark (groove) onrim offlywheel will appear in line with timing pointer, left view. Fig. 3.
Models SBMft, |^^8, S-14D: The timing groove on the rim offlywheel, Fig. 3(right), ismarked forthe 18" magneto and battery ignition advance, and timing can be checked to this mark for solid state ignition while the engine is running at 1000 R.P.M. When checking
are the three system.
point setting i s n e c -
the 20° running spark over, the timing mark inch above the timing
advance, at 2500 R.P.M. or (groove) will appear about 1/8