What is an ignition coil?
An ignition coil is a key component in the ignition system of the gasoline vehicles. It is designed to transform the battery's low voltage (12 volts) to the thousands of volts (40k volts) needed to create an electric spark in the spark plugs. This spark is used to ignite the air-fuel mixture in the combustion process of the engine.
Increasing demands for modern coils:
Demands for modern ignition coils are increasing due to the requirement of higher ignition voltage and owing to the restricted space in the engine compartment.
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