What do you need to know about ignition modules?
If you have an idea for some functionality that Ignition doesn’t currently include and you would like to bring this idea to light, send us your thoughts and we can work together to develop a solution perfectly customized to your needs!
Why do you need a Kymera ignition module?
Whether your goal is simplifying development and maintenance, enhancing existing Ignition functionality, or expanding the already feature-rich platform, Kymera Systems ’ Ignition Modules can help you achieve it.
Which is the best ignition module for Verizon?
The Kymera Verizon EMAG module provides Ignition integration with your Verizon Enterprise Messaging service. Couple your Alarm Notifications with this module for a truly large scale messaging and message management solution. VIEW MORE!
What are the strengths and weaknesses of ignition?
One of Ignition’s great strengths is the flexibility it provides when allowing registered developers to create their own functionality. By opening up their API to the development community the possibilities really do become endless.
Where can I get a new ignition module?
Chevy trucks, GMC trucks, or any General Motors vehicle with this type of eight-cylinder engine will be the same. If you drive a different vehicle, the process will be very similar. First, get a new ignition control module for your vehicle. These can be found both in physical stores and junkyards.
Where is the ignition control module on a GMC Truck?
In a GM car or truck with a V8 engine, the ignition control module (also known as the ICM) is hiding under the distributor cap. Chevy trucks, GMC trucks, or any General Motors vehicle with this type of eight-cylinder engine will be the same.
Is the ignition control module sensitive to heat?
The ignition control module in your vehicle controls ignition spark sequence and fires the ignition coil as well. However, this electronic component is very sensitive to heat.
Where is the history collected in ignition module?
History collection can be enabled in just a few steps, and the data can be feed into other parts of Ignition, such as charts, tables, and even reports! All history is stored in a SQL database, so there is no need to worry about proprietary systems locking away the data.