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This will considerably counterbalance the popularity of distributorless ignition system (DIS) and coil-on-plug (COP) systems, which do not need spark plug wire sets.
It features the 3551 Inductive Timing Light, which works on most domestic and import vehicles, including those with distributorless ignition systems.
Since the replacement age for ECUs is between 8 and 12 years, demand for engine control units will increase for vehicles equipped with electronic ignition control systems and Distributorless Ignition Systems (DIS).
Nasdaq: SHEL) said today that it and Honeywell Micro Switch had entered into an extended contract naming Sheldahl as the sole supplier for flexible circuit assemblies for a new generation of cam- and crank-shaft sensors for distributorless ignition systems.
AEC presently supplies sensors to the automotive industry for distributorless ignition systems, anti-skid braking systems, ride control systems, electronic four-wheel drive systems, as well as for on-board diagnostics.
The Ypsilanti Plant won a contract to supply Ford's North American Automotive Operations with distributorless ignition systems (DIS) for six-cylinder engines, saving 62 jobs that otherwise would have been lost to suppliers outside of Ford.