Minimag Co.

Ignition Systems

Welcome to Minimag Co.

    
 Look out for us at Harrogate
Stand 95, Hall 1

National
Model Engineering and Modelling
Exhibition 2014

Friday 9th May to Sunday 11th May 2014




Easy to use ignition equipment for the

 Model Engine Builder 

 
 

October 2013
New Hall sensor added to the range.
Now available: an easy -to-fit low profile flange mounting sensor. Drawing.  Products page.

July 2013
Miniature spark plug stocked range expanded.
 
May 2013
Timing light kit (Stroboscope)
A bright white LED timing light intended for use with our Start-Up box kit.
 
 
 
January 2013
Rimfire Spark-Plug range expanded due to popular demand.
 
Ignition wiring kit simplifies wiring up a MIC-1A and coil.
 
  
January 2012
Small engine Start-Up box.
Built an engine but not decided upon an ignition system yet?
This box will help you get it running...
 
September 2011
6V sealed lead-acid batteries in stock. Ideal for use with our coils and electronic module.   
 
NEW for June 2011!
The American made RIMFIRE miniature spark plug range is now available through Minimag. See our product page.
Stocks of the VR2 (similar dimensions to the Minimag Standard / Platinum) are in stock now for immediate delivery.
       
March, 2011
"Falcon" Engineers Magneto kit now available. See products page for details. A very interesting and highly detailed build sequence here
 
January, 2011
Newly developed - Minimag Novus miniature ignition coils.
Fully encapsulated, cylindrical design. Single and dual output versions.
 
"Falcon" Magneto Kit - GA drawing now available. 
                                  - Build manual now available.
                               - See Downloads page. 
  
      
  
July, 2010
Spark Demon Ignition Coil in production.
Ignition controller and two magnetic sensor options in production.
 
See a Spark Demon coil and electronic module in action on YouTube...
 
Prototype low speed magneto in action on YouTube...
 
June, 2010
Spark Demon Ignition Coill ready for production. We'll post pricing shortly.
An electronic ignition module to complement our coils has been developed.
 
February, 2010
Acquired Minimag Co and relocated it from Walsall to Lingfield in rural Surrey.