INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly
INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly

INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly

INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly

INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly

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  • Brand: INGCO
  • Model: GE75006-SP-14-66
  • Type: Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly
  • Item Condition: New
  • Application: Tool/Industrial
  • Packing: Carton Box/As Per Requested
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INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Generator-Ignition Coil Assembly

The INGCO GE75006-SP-14-66 Ignition Coil Assembly is a component used in the INGCO GE75006 gasoline generator. Let’s break down some key specifications of this generator:

  • Rated Voltage: 220-240 V
  • Rated Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Maximum Output: 7.5 kW
  • Rated Output: 6.0 kW
  • Rated Speed: 3000 rpm
  • Engine Type: 4-stroke, OHV
  • Displacement: 420 mL
  • Cooling System: Air-cooled
  • Ignition System: T.C.I (Transistorized Coil Ignition)
  • Starting System: Recoil + Electric
  • Copper Coil Alternator
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 25 liters
  • Dry Weight: 82 kg

The GE75006-SP-14-66 Ignition Coil Assembly is a crucial component in a vehicle’s ignition system. Let’s delve into its features:

  1. Function: The primary role of an ignition coil is to transform the battery’s low voltage (typically 12 volts) into the high voltage needed to create a spark at the spark plug gap. This spark ignites the air-fuel mixture in the engine, allowing combustion to occur and the engine to start.
  2. Design: Ignition coils consist of three main parts:
    • Primary Circuit: Comprised of several hundred turns of primary winding.
    • Secondary Circuit: Contains many thousand more turns.
    • Iron Core: Helps build a magnetic field when current flows through the primary circuit.
  3. Working Principle:
    • When current flows through the primary circuit, a magnetic field forms around the iron core, charging up the coil.
    • When the power flow stops (such as when the ignition is switched off), the magnetic field collapses.
    • This collapse induces a surge of current in the secondary coil, multiplying the voltage until it reaches the level required to create an ignition spark.
    • The necessary voltage can vary from 5,000 volts up to 25,000 volts, depending on factors like spark plug gap width, electrical resistance, fuel-air mixture, spark plug temperature, and engine load.
    • Some systems even demand up to 40,000 volts during peak demand.
  4. Positioning:
    • In older vehicles, the ignition coil was positioned between the battery and a distributor.
    • Modern electronically controlled ignition systems eliminate the need for a distributor.
    • In Coil-on-Plug systems, the coil is mounted directly on top of each spark plug.
    • In Distributor-less “Wasted Spark” systems, it’s attached to a pair of spark plugs.
  5. Maintenance:
    • Regular maintenance ensures optimal performance:
      • Check the spark gap and plug wire (if applicable) to ensure proper resistance.
      • Measure the voltage supply to the ignition coil (should be over 10.5V).

This generator is equipped with both recoil and electric start options, making it convenient to power up. The copper coil alternator ensures stable power output, and the air-cooled design helps dissipate heat effectively. With a fuel tank capacity of 25 liters, it’s ready for extended use. Whether you need backup power during outages or want a reliable source for outdoor activities, the INGCO GE75006 is a robust choice!

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