Brahma 15288002 T14/T ignition transformer

SKU: 15288002, 246.820.114

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Ignition transformers BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 have identical overall dimensions, but have different electrical characteristics and mounting systems.

These BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 ignition transformers are ideal for use in burners with high thermal output or pressure burners designed for use with light or heavy oil. They are also effective in environments where frequent restarts are required, such as in steam boilers, kitchen stoves and other similar systems.


The BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 transformers with ignition cable differ not only in size, but also in a variety of connection and mounting systems, providing users with flexibility in choosing the optimal integration option.

With outstanding discharge power, these transformers are designed to operate under high thermal load conditions, providing efficient and stable ignition in burners with high thermal output.

The high efficiency and ignition power make the BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 spark transformers an ideal choice for systems where efficient energy use and reliable ignition are required.

Technical data

Power Supply: 220V

Current frequency: 50 Hz

Current strength: 1.3A

Number of outputs: 2

Ignition voltage: 4.5 kV

Duration of ED(DU) operation: 25 %

Ignition current: 25 mA

Power supply cable length: 550 mm

Dust and moisture protection class: IP 00

Weight: 3.5 kg

Dimensions: 15×10.1×8 cm


The ignition transformer BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 is a structure of column-type transformers, that is, ignition transformers equipped with two primary windings and two secondary windings. All windings are insulated with a special separator with a high degree of insulation. To ensure high-voltage insulation, a special type of polyester resin cast in vacuum is used. The case is made of pressed metal coated with enamel.

Each transformer is identified by the letter T (transformer), one or more digits indicating the model, and sometimes additional letters associated with a specific mounting system. If a standard mounting system is used, the recommendation letter is not specified in the part description. For example, the part designation T8 corresponds to a transformer with a conventional mounting system, whereas the part designation T8/G refers to a transformer T8 with a different mounting system.

It is important to note that high-voltage transformers BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 may have the same electrical characteristics, but different mounting systems, or vice versa, which provides flexibility of choice depending on specific requirements and conditions of use.


High-voltage transformers used in ignition devices BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 have two different types depending on the method of connection with high-voltage cables. These types of insulators can be either with a screw connection or with a cylindrical terminal with a diameter of 6.3 mm of the Rajah type.

1. Screw-connected insulators:

In this version, high-voltage cables are connected using special screw connections. This type of insulator provides a strong and reliable connection, where high-voltage cables are attached to the transformer using screws.

2. Insulators with a cylindrical terminal of the Rajah type (diameter 6.3 mm):

In this version, high-voltage cables are connected to a transformer using a cylindrical terminal of the Rajah type with a diameter of 6.3 mm. This type of terminal provides an efficient and secure connection suitable for this device.

The choice between these two types of insulators provides the user with the flexibility to install and connect BRAHMA T14/T 15288002 ignition devices according to specific requirements and preferences.


– Be careful! Dangerous voltage may be present.

– Connect and disconnect the ignition transformer only after disconnecting the power supply.

– Comply with applicable national and European standards (e.g. EN 60335-1 / EN 60335-2-102) regarding electrical safety.

– Make sure that the transformer ground and the electrical system ground are well connected.

– Place a single grounding center, thus preventing the formation of ring tracks from the grounding conductors.

– The device can be installed in any position.

– Reduce the length of the ignition cable to a minimum (this reduces parasitic capacitance and the possibility that the ignition cable acts as an antenna transmitting interference to nearby cables).

– Route the ignition cables along a separate path near the grounding planes (this reduces the effect of interference on the remaining electrical wires).

– Avoid placing high-voltage cables near other cables.

– Make sure that the degree of protection corresponds to the system.