We primarily develop products for motorcycles that are adapted to every chassis, focusing on the fields of ignition, charging, and control.
For ignition related products, we develop and sell CDIs and TCIs that control the time of engine ignition. For charging related products, we develop and sell regulators/rectifiers that help provide stable battery voltage. And, for control related products, we develop and sell, for example, turn signal relays and idling stop ECUs.
In addition, we also sell our regulators (regulators/rectifiers) by catalog (with our standard price listed).
Regulators/Rectifiers are products that rectify the AC generator (ACG) output, charge batteries, and maintain fixed battery voltages.
Our products include miniature single-phase regulators/rectifiers as well as large three-phase regulators/rectifiers.
Ignition Unit (TCI and CDI Systems)
An ignition unit is an electronic component that works to ignite and combust fuel supplied into the cylinder(s) of a motorcycle engine.
The unit takes into account the state of the vehicle without sacrificing the motorcycle’s drivability and controls engine ignition with optimum timing.
Lighting Control Units (Turn Signal Relays and LED Control Units)
This component controls, for example, the motorcycle turn signals and headlight (H/L).
Components are available that control various lighting devices on motorcycles, and units have also been developed that are compatible with LEDs.
Idling Stop ECU
Our idling stop ECU controls the generator (ACG) to function as a start motor in order to stop idling.
This ECU unit features advanced functions such as motor control, charging control, as well as ignition and fuel injection control.
Control Unit for Electric Motorcycle (Power Drive Unit)
Power drive units (PDU) are being developed to control the drive motor for EV motorcycles.
The unit detects the vehicle information in real time, for example, the battery voltage, speed, motor RPMs and accelerator position, and then takes into account the state of the vehicle in order to optimize the motor drive control.