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SUPPLEMENT --1981 MODEL
The timing rotor is mounted on the crankshaft through
the starter motor clutch by means of a positioning key.
The rim part of the timing rotor has two holes 45
degrees apart from each other, and runs between the
Hall IC and the permanent magnet. When the metal part
of the rotor is between the Hall IC and the magnet, the
magnetic field developed by the magnet is intercepted
Pulse Generating Mechanism
Volt Meter
EJ
+
-
~
~
I
Hallie I
Timing Rotor
1. Pulse is generated when opening
is under Hall IC.
Outputs of Pickups
Pickup
1
Output_
Pickup
BTDC
BTDC
55
0
10
0
BTDC
BTDC
55
0
10
0
#1
&
#6 cyl.
TDC
and the Hall IC does not send signals to the Ie igniter.
When a hole is between the Hall Ie and the permanent
magnet, the hole permits the magnetic field to reach the
Hall IC and a signal is sent to the IC igniter. Thus, two
pulses per one crankshaft revolution from each pickup
are sent to the IC igniter. The polarity of these pulses
are negative for shorter rise time.
Volt Meter
CZJ
+
-
c~
c
~
~
l
Hallie L
~!!:'!'!!~~
r
IM·H
l'
Timing Rotor
2. Pulse is not generated when
metal part is under Hall IC.
Crankshaft
Rotation
2
Output -
#2
&
#5 cyl.
BTDC BTDC
55
0
10
0
Pickup
3
Output _
TDC
#3
&
#4 cyl.
TDC
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