Electronic ignition systems had conceptually been considered for aircraft for many years, but Jeff Rose decided to do more than simply think of how to put it all together. In 1992, Jeff mounted ignition coils on an aluminum plate, added a Manifold Pressure (MAP) Sensor to measure air volume inside of an engine, coupled a very accurate trigger mechanism for determining engine position, and brought it all under control with a circuit designed to control the spark event. The result was a high energy, variable timed, fully electronic ignition system that gave piston powered aircraft an increase in useful power and lower fuel consumption.
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