The proposed igniter development is specific to NOFBX propellant-based systems. Unlike other liquid propellant options, NOFBX propellant has a low energy ignition threshold. Existing igniters are designed with much higher energy spark requirements to address the challenge of reliable ignition of other spark-ignited liquid propulsion technologies. Therefore, there are no igniters currently on the market that are well suited to NOFBX engines, which is the motivation for this proposal. Because this igniter would be manufactured and sold as part of NOFBX propulsion systems, the market for this technology is closely tied to adoption and use of NOFBX propulsion technology. NOFBX technology is currently being developed under a NASA BAA for flight on the International Space Station as a commercial flight experiment. The proposed activity would upgrade the ignition element of this flight system reducing mass, volume, and power of the device as well as conductive and radiative emission characteristics. Given the commercial interest in the NOFBX propulsion technology, we anticipate this block upgrade ignition module to be readily integrated into the NOFBX product line being developed by Innovation Space Propulsion Systems, the licensee of NOFBX technology.