036905715F electronic ignition coil- auto parts

036905715F is the Reference number of electronic ignition coil,and the supplier is vika. The detailed information of 036905715F is as follows:

6R0145805H electronic ignition coil- auto parts
6R0145805H electronic ignition coil- auto parts

Name:electronic ignition coil

Reference OE number:036905715F

Series:Hot

Brand:vika

Applicable models of 036905715F

Skoda: FAB 00-15/FABI 09-14/OCT 01-13/RO 06-15/SUP 08-15/YET 10-18/RAP 13-/RAPI 12-

VW: BE 02-17/BEC 03-17/CA 04-11/EOS 06-16/GOC 12-16/GOLF 03-13/GOPL 05-14/JE 06-18/LU 04-06/PA 06-15/PACC 09-12/PO 02-15/POCC 08-09/SCI 09-18/SHA 11-16/TIG 08-18/TOU 06-15/AME 17-/CC 12-17

SEAT: IB 09-12/AL 11-15/ALT 07-15/CO 03-05

Audi: A1 11-14/A3 04-13/A3CA 08-13

Working principle :

After the primary coil is energized, a strong magnetic field will be generated around it with the increasing current. The iron core stores the energy of this magnetic field. When the primary coil circuit is broken by a switching gear, the magnetic field of the primary coil will attenuate quickly, inducing a very high voltage in the secondary coil. A shorter magnetic field disappearance time of the primary coil, a larger instantaneous breaking current, and a higher turn ratio all lead to a higher induced voltage in the secondary coil. The conversion from a low voltage to a high voltage is thus achieved. Like a regular transformer, the high turn ratio between primary and secondary coils enables such conversion on a car. The difference is that the ignition coil works in an intermittent way by storing and releasing energy cyclically at varied frequencies depending on changing engine RPMs.

Structure characteristics :

An ignition coil device is typically comprised of two coils: primary and secondary. The primary coil is often wound with an enameled wire 0.5-1 mm in diameter consisting of 200-500 turns, while the secondary coil is often wound with an enameled wire 0.1 mm in diameter consisting of 15000-25000 turns. The primary coil is connected to the positive pole of the onboard power supply at one end, and to a switching device (circuit breaker) at the other end. The secondary coil is connected to the primary coil at one end, and to the output of the high-voltage line at the other end to provide high-voltage output.

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