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Electric starting system and ignition system of motorcycle

Update:10-02-2020
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Electric equipment mainly includes: starting system, ig […]

Electric equipment mainly includes: starting system, ignition system, signal system, etc. On some large displacement high-end motorcycles, auxiliary equipment parts have also been added.

(1) Electric start system. The start system is mainly composed of ignition switch, electric start control switch, start button, start relay, cut off relay (intermediate relay), start motor (electric start overrunning clutch and start deceleration mechanism).

(2) Ignition system. There are three types of ignition systems: battery ignition system, magnetic motor ignition system and microcomputer controlled ignition system. Components of the battery ignition system The battery ignition system is mainly composed of spark plugs, circuit breakers, magnetomotors, ignition coils, capacitors, high-voltage wires, ignition switches, batteries and so on. The composition of the magneto ignition system The magneto ignition system includes magneto, ignition coil, spark plug and high voltage wire. Composition of Microcomputer Controlled Ignition System Microcomputer controlled electronic ignition system is mainly composed of three parts: sensor, controller (microcomputer) and actuator. Generally, the ignition of a large displacement motorcycle has a microcomputer chip (CPU), which is called a microcomputer controlled ignition system.

(3) Signal system. The function of the signal system is to emit sound and light signals to improve the motorcycle ignition system. motorcycle safety and mobility. The signal system usually consists of three parts: electric horn device, steering signal device and brake signal device. The electric horn device is mainly composed of an electric horn and an electric horn button; the turn signal device is mainly composed of a scintillator, a turn signal light, a turn signal switch and a turn signal indicator light; the brake signal device is mainly composed of a brake light and a brake light switch. Turn signals can be divided into front and rear turn signals. The front turn signal is further divided into front left turn signal and front right turn signal; the rear turn signal is further divided into rear left turn signal and rear right turn signal. They are mounted on the front and rear sides of the motorcycle body.

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