Ford Sierra

1982-1993 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Ford Siyerra
+ 1.2. Identification of the car
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. General data
- 4. Engines
   - 4.1. Petrol engines
      + 4.1.1. Technical characteristics
      4.1.2. Adjustment of gaps of valves
      - 4.1.3. System of ignition
         4.1.3.1. The sensor of impulses with Hall's converter
         4.1.3.2. To distribute ignitions
         4.1.3.3. Switchboard
         4.1.3.4. Remarks on operation
         4.1.3.5. Installation of a corner of an advancing of ignition
         4.1.3.6. Definition of malfunctions
         4.1.3.7. Removal and installation of the distributor of ignition
      + 4.1.4. Fuel system
      + 4.1.5. The repair which is not demanding removal of the engine
      4.1.6. Removal and installation of the engine
      4.1.7. Dismantling of the engine
      4.1.8. Identification of the interacting parts
      4.1.9. Assembly of the engine
      4.1.10. Replacement of pistons
      4.1.11. Removal and installation of an intermediate shaft
      4.1.12. System of gas distribution
      4.1.13. Lubrication system
      + 4.1.14. Cooling system
      4.1.15. Suspension bracket of the power unit
      4.1.16. System of production of the fulfilled gases
   + 4.2. Diesel engine
+ 5. Coupling
+ 6. Transmissions
+ 7. Driveshaft and back bridge
+ 8. Steering
+ 9. Suspension brackets
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment





4.1.3.1. The sensor of impulses with Hall's converter

GENERAL INFORMATION

The principle of operation of the sensor of impulses with Hall's converter

And yes In – the operating electrodes,

N – the direction of magnetic field (perpendicular to a surface),

E and F – electrodes between which there is a potential difference (Hall's tension)

If the corresponding semiconductor via which current between electrodes (A) proceeds and (In) is subjected to influence of magnetic field (N), then between electrodes (E) and (F) of this semiconductor there will be a difference of potentials. This phenomenon carries the name of effect of Hall.