BLUE-FIRE FOUR CHANNEL

Four Channel Ignition Amplifier.

 

Overview  |  Specifications
 

 

Introducing the Blue-Fire

The unit comes with 4 ignition coil drivers. The outputs are short circuit protected. The Blue-Fire triggers on POSITIVE inputs, and sparks when the input high signal is returned to ground.

 

The unit has a LED indication on each channel to show activation and a common fault indication.

 

The LED's operate as follows :

  • Very faint pulsing : Normal Operation
  • Regular Pulsing : Input Wrong Polarity
  • Permanent On : One Output Has Over-Current
Blue-Fire Four Channel Ignition Amplifier

Each channel LED (Blue) :

  • ON : For duration of dwell current

 

Normal Operation

On receiving a positive input signal the corresponding output is switched on, and the Blue LED is on. Should an over-current develop before the input signal is switched on, the unit will TERMINATE the output, which will cause a spark. This action is indicated on the red LED which stays on for more than one ignition cycle.

If the same channel is operated again into an over-current (or short) then the above procedure repeats.

If the input is high for more than 50 milliseconds then the output is terminated, which causes a spark. This action flashes the red LED.