Electronic Inductive Ignition proven to outperform Capacitor Discharge Ignitions (CDI) on Gas Fueled Engines

Low cost inductive ignition are the best available return on engine upgrade capital. Inductive ignition systems deliver longer, more reliable spark across the plug. Longer spark duration will create a superior combustion kernel, larger flame front and faster cylinder propagation. More efficiently combusting the air / fuel mixture will lower fuel consumption, emissions and maintenance. Long duration CDI systems boast of spark lengths up to 600 Microsecond (μs) where the GILL electronic induction system can sustain spark for over 3000 μs. This is because CDI ignitions expel the entirety of the energy stored in the capacitor all at once; an inductive system charges the coil with enough energy to spark across the gap then use the rest to sustain the spark. This is especially important for applications with lean burn engines, heavy load requirements, poor or altering fuel supply and hard to start engines. Longer spark duration does not mean more wear on spark plugs because the majority of wear is caused during spark creation and conclusion.







  • Suitable for 1-12 cylinder engines
  • Typically 10 timing maps, programmable to 4,000 RPM
  • Fully programmable for engine speed, load, temperature and fuel type and number of cylinders
  • Fully programmable ignition point for load, speed, temperature and fuel type
  • Fully programmable dwell with auto supply voltage compensation for full control of spark energy and duration
  • Flexible user security feature
  • Configurable for OEM engine timing disc patterns and sensors
  • On-board visible status indicator
  • Optional Advanced Spark Diagnostics

Included I/O

  • TPS or MAP sensors for load, temperature mapping
  • Ignition inhibit / enable switch 8 channels of discrete outputs
  • On-board visible status indicators
  • Optional: Fuel valve drive, tacho/speed signal8 channels of analog inputs

Ranging Communication Capabilities

  • RS232 for programming via Windows based GUI

Environmental and Power Tolerance

  • -40ºC to +90ºC
  • CSA® Certified Class 1, Div. 2, Groups C and D
  • 12or24 VDC voltage range

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Combustion Design

Lean burnRich burn

Engine Issues
problems starting; can’t pull loadcommonly goes downcan’t meet emission requirements

Application Issues
Poor fuel qualityLoad fluctuationsExtreme temperatures