Thursday, June 2, 2016

Why You Need High Voltage Coils

Electromagnetic coils carry an electrical current from point A to point B to create a reaction that activates a device. Depending on the power source, the voltage that is passing through the coil can vary greatly. In some applications, like a car’s ignition system, the voltage is very high. To control and conduct this electricity, the system needs high voltage coils that are capable of safely using the energy. At Sag Harbor industries, we manufacture high voltage coils that are perfectly suited to your application. We can even work with your product engineers to develop a customized coil setup that works with your new product.

When it comes to working with electricity, safety should be at the top of everyone’s priority list. Too many preventable accidents take place every year because of poor electrical engineering or the use of components that cannot handle high volumes of electrical current. When you work with the experts at Sag Harbor, you’ll find that we take our manufacturing approach very seriously to produce quality products that operate efficiently in under any conditions.

As we mentioned above, high voltage coils can be found in the ignition system of a car. The coil helps to convert voltage from the car battery into sparks that are produced by the spark plugs to ignite the engine when the driver turns the key. The ignition coil is usually encased in epoxy or oil to help insulate and contain the high voltage that passes through when the battery is activated. Ignition coils are made to be strong and durable, not only to withstand the high voltage that passes through them, but also to continue working in the harsh conditions of a vehicle in any weather. A high voltage ignition coil is subject to heat, extreme cold, moisture, corrosion and a host of other variables.

Sag Harbor Industries manufacturers high voltage coils for clients in the automotive industry, as well as many other industries with high voltage power sources. Contact us today to learn how our expert engineers and technicians can create a customized coil setup for your product, or how one of our standard products could be used in your business.