I bet you those 12v ones have a wider input voltage range than one may think.
say they are using 5v logic.( for arguments sake ) on a 6v system, that doesn't leave much play. on a 12v system.. they are golden. stick in a 7805 and go. input v can be 25v :) ( just for arguments sake.. I know they are not using a 7805, etc.. but same would apply for whatever device methodology to get 4a supply current. ( mind you.. with thermally protected 7805, , you could parallel 5 of them.. :) ;) )
Re: Electronic Ignitor in reply to soundguy, 12-22-2012 18:09:55
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeNot than I may think! I expect that all N's, pos gnd, neg gnd, 6v, 12v, front mount, side mount are all covered by two modules. Further I would not expect to find a voltage regulator in these simple modules. :lol:
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