National Geographic : 1920 Apr
FNEG' IGNIIAX IGUT How Connecticut Sparks Prevent Stalling in Traffic CRAWLING along one minute at a snail's pace, hurrying for a short stretch the next, your motor must keep running, although these pick-ups put a strain on it. To meet this strain every cylinder must fire. The gas mixture in your motor is poor at low speeds. To insure firing you must have a fat spark. CONNECTICUT gives that ample spark, fullest at low speeds - when needed-in contrast to the lean spark of the magneto at low speeds. And you get full benefit of yourcoil, for CONNECTICUT alone dares use full current. The automatic switch prevents battery drainage. TE LEO NE CO ICONNECTICUT C.E, COMPANY | Meriden Connecticut "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"