Global Ignition Module Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.0% in the next few years

Date: 2016-09-14

An ignition module is a component that can regulate spark generation in many internal combustion engines. The main purpose of the ignition module is typically to open or close a ground circuit to the primary winding inside the ignition coil. When this occurs, the coil can generate sufficient voltage to fire a spark plug. In order to ground the coil at the correct time, the ignition module typically receives an input from a sensor inside the distributor. Ignition modules are often located inside or near the distributor, and are often coated in insulating compounds to protect their internal electronic components.

In mechanically timed engines, the ignition coil’s primary winding is grounded through contact points inside the distributor. As the distributor shaft rotates, the points open at predictable intervals and break the circuit. This causes the magnetic field of the primary to collapse, which allows the secondary wiring to generate a high voltage. Electronic ignitions replace the functionality of the points with an ignition module and an optical or magnetic sensor inside the distributor.

According to the different structure of the ignition system, ignition module is divided into ignition module with distributor ignition system, ignition module without distributor ignition system. Ignition module with distributor ignition system is generally 3-6 root wiring.
Global Ignition Module Market Share Analysis, by types


The global ignition module market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.0% in the next few years. In the terms of the manufacturers, Bosch Automotive Parts Company is one of the world’s largest independent auto parts group, and is a global leader in its product — ignition module.

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