Is your black box an AC or a DC-CDI? Here are a few tips: If the bike has no battery then it’s an AC-CDI What is the size of the CDI? ACCDI are smaller than DCCDI. Length=6cm then it’s an ACCDI, around 9cm it’s a DC-CDI. This method is not 100% reliable, some brands use […]
DC fed CDI
This circuit turns an AC-CDI into a DC-CDI. An AC-CDI needs a working STATOR to charge. If the stator fails, let it be rewind or buy a new one is pretty expensive! This circuit was designed to bypass the faulty stator by making High Voltage (around 150 to 400V) directly from the +12v battery. When
End Of Life EOL also mean: NO SUPPORTYou make it at your own risk. CHARACTERISTICS. DC-CDI Easier start when cold For SINGLE cylinder (and SOME TWO cylinders). Advance curve is in EEPROM and is freely modifiable Rev until 20,000 RPM/330Hz Pickup position can be freely set from 0 to 360° Accurate (0.15°/8000RPM). Need a 6
This Tester is EOL (end of live) and has been replaced by CDI Tester v6.2 Design to simulate pickup at different RPM to test TCI, ACCDI, DCCDI, Tachometers, Power valves and ignition coils. And to extract the advance curve from a Digital TCI or CDI. PICKUP SIMULATION Range 1000 to 24,000RPM in 24 steps.
This DC-CDI is EOL (End Of Live = no more parts, support, update) Consider to build DC-CDI v7 instead Adaptation done by: Characteristics Same software as AC-CDI v7 For single cyl. 1 advance curve. No alternator. DOWNLOAD PIC 16F628A v2.1 DC-CDI Schematic PCB Board layout Partlist Eagle files How does it works?