DC-CDI Ignition
Power Valve Controller

Suzuki RGV250 VJ23

 PDCI-VJ23 - programmable DC-CDI and PV controller

...programmable with Handheld Programmer and PC

Supported bikes:
Suzuki RGV250 VJ23

Technical data:
- minimum revs 200 RPM
- maximum revs 20000 RPM
- minimum supply voltage 7 Volts
- maximum supply voltage 18 Volts
- stand-by current draw < 0.09 Amp
- current draw at 1300 RPM < 0.3 Amp
- current draw at 12000 RPM < 1.7 Amp
- maximum continuous current for shift light and power jet output 1 Amp
- peak current for shift light and power jet output 5 Amp
- constant spark energy from idle to 13000 RPM >35mJ

Circuit is protected against reverse supply voltage (wrong connection).

- fast power-up (also starts only with condenser)
- full power starting spark energy already at 7Volts power supply
- two isolated input (pickup)
- two independent ignition coil outputs
- individual advance/retard of each output
- store and load function for two ignition maps
- external switch for changing ignition map while riding
- TPS input (Throttle Position Sensor)
- shift light output
- 2 power jet outputs
- duty cycle solenoid output (for regulating A/F ratio on some carburettors)
- quick shift (shift kill)
- soft rev limit (three stage rev limit)
- reduced spark at high revs with closed throttle (TCT mode)
- tachometer output
- easy and fast programming on the field, via hand held programmer
- programming while machine running - you can immediately see effects
- each curve can be set in 4 to 12 curve points
- 3D interpolated ignition map, if TPS selected
- signal delay compensation
- instant monitoring of rev's and angle, via LCD(hand held programmer)
- programmable power valve actuation
- store and load function for 5 PV curves
- external switch for changing PV curve while riding
- programmable PV deviation
- programmable max close and max open positions
- self PV test on power-up
- PV error detecting (position sensor failure, servo motor failure)
- fast processing for high accuracy - delays from 1us
- timing calculation for every 1 RPM change (1000, 1002, .. , 9805, 9806, ...)

For a copy of the installation instructions please click here.
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