High-Quality Materials: Tonkee® takes pride in using premium materials in the construction of their ignition switches.
The Valmet 05 Series Ignition Switch is built to withstand rugged operating conditions and is highly durable.
Reliable Performance: This ignition switch is designed for dependable performance, ensuring that your heavy machinery starts reliably every time. It is engineered to meet the demanding requirements of industrial applications.
Versatile Compatibility: The Hitachi FD FH FL Valmet 05 Series Ignition Switch is compatible with a range of heavy equipment, including Hitachi, Valmet, and other brands in the FD, FH, and FL series. This versatility makes it a valuable component for various machinery.
Secure Operation: Safety is a top priority in industrial settings. This ignition switch is designed to provide secure and controlled engine start, preventing unauthorized access to the machinery and reducing the risk of accidents.
Easy Installation: Installing the ignition switch is straightforward, thanks to its user-friendly design and clear instructions. This ensures minimal downtime during replacement or installation.
Weather Resistance: Industrial equipment often operates in harsh environments. The Valmet 05 Series Ignition Switch is built to withstand exposure to weather elements, preventing corrosion and ensuring long-term reliability.
The primary function of the Hitachi FD FH FL Valmet 05 Series Ignition Switch is to control the ignition system of heavy machinery.
When engaged, it allows electrical current to flow to the engine's starter motor and ignition system, initiating the engine's start-up process. This ignition switch features multiple positions, including:
Off: In this position, the ignition is completely deactivated, preventing any electrical current from reaching the starter motor or ignition system. This is a crucial safety feature when the machinery is not in use.
Accessory: This position enables the use of accessory functions without starting the engine. It allows the operator to power auxiliary equipment, such as lights or a radio, while the engine remains off.
On: When turned to the "On" position, the ignition switch provides power to the engine's ignition system. This prepares the engine for start-up.
Start: In this position, the ignition switch engages the starter motor, which turns the engine over and initiates the combustion process, starting the engine.