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Motec Iex Ignition Expander 14001 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Bethpage, New York, United States

Bethpage, New York, United States
Condition:Used

These was leftover and never used.  Been sitting around for a while so it needs to go.

The Ignition Expander module (IEX) is designed to increase the ignition output capacity of MoTeC ECUs.

The IEX connects to a single ignition output on the ECU and can drive up to 8 ignition modules. For 10 and 12 coil applications, two IEX units can be used.

Note that the IEX does not drive the coil directly, an ignition module is still required. 

An IEX is not a stand-alone device.

Compatible with

  • M4, M48, M8, M84, M400, M600, M800, M880

  • Not compatible with M1 Series ECUs

Specifications

Outputs

  • 8 x ignition outputs
    Suits most ignition modules of falling edge type
    The dwell time is controlled by the ECU
    For 10 and 12 coil applications, two IEX units can be used

Communications

  • MoTeC specific coded signal supplied from a single ignition output on the ECU

Physical

  • Case size 70 x 100 x 35 mm

  • Weight 220 gram

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