What Is an Electric Igniter?
An Electric Igniter is an electro-explosive device (EED) that uses an externally applied electric current to produce a precisely controlled pyrotechnic reaction of gas, flame or hot particles outputs, for the initiation of a combustible compound. The compounds can be gases, liquid and solid propellants, pyrotechnics or explosive components.
The Electric Igniter is a vital component of any application where a precisely contained heat source is needed at a specific controlled point in time. It is developed to meet customer-specific requirements such as input activation characteristics, output energy, and specific interfaces.
It is often used in many commercial, military explosive, and pyrotechnics applications.