Fireworks Electric Firing Systems
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- Electical Fireworks Ignition Systems
- Instructions and Troubleshooting Electrical Fireworks Ignition Systems
- How To Make Electric Matches
- Electrical Fireworks Ignition System Tips
Skylighter has many options for the electrical firing of fireworks. From a wired capacitive discharge unit, electric match blanks, heads, dip kits and electric match testers. The documents below will show you how to use our various electrical fireworks ignition systems and make electric matches with Skylighter products.
In the graphic below we are using two electrical fireworks ignition systems so we have more cues and can spread the fireworks over a greater distance.
How To Use Capacitive Discharge Electrical Fireworks Ignition System
The best electrical fireworks ignition system for large fronts, capable of firing 50 electric matches in series over a long distance.
Electric Match Dip Kit
The electric match dip kit comes with 2-part pyrogen, thinner and easy to follow directions. Everything you need to make functional low voltage electric matches using Skylighter electric match blanks. You can even read the instructions online here.
Electric Match Blanks, 1 Foot Wires Attached
Our electric match blanks are a perfect match for the Skylighter electric match dip kit. No soldering, crimping or twisting. No more inconsistent electric matches. A very simple method for making inexpensive electric matches at home.
- Electric Match Tester
Battery powered continuity tester designed to test electric matches prior to attaching to any device.
- Shooting Wire
2-wire, solid copper, 22 gauge. Sometimes called zip wire, scab wire, or pyrotechnic wire. Used for connecting electric matches to slats or to electrical fireworks ignition systems.