Brahma 15363001 T16/N ignition transformer

SKU: 15363001, 246.820.069

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The ignition transformers BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 are suitable for burners with liquid or gaseous fuels.


1. Various connection and mounting systems:

– An extensive variety of connection and mounting systems provides flexibility in integrating transformers into various types of equipment.

   – This allows users to choose the best connection and mounting options according to specific requirements and conditions of use.

2. High discharge power:

   – Ignition transformers BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 have high discharge power, which makes them an ideal choice for applications where long ignition wires are required.

   – This characteristic is especially useful in situations where it is necessary to ensure stable and efficient ignition over a considerable distance.

3. High ignition efficiency and power:

– BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 high voltage transformers provide high ignition efficiency and power, making them suitable for various applications where efficient use of energy and reliable ignition are required.

   – These characteristics make transformers an ideal choice for situations requiring outstanding ignition characteristics.

Such transformers represent a reliable and efficient solution for systems where high efficiency, discharge power and variety in connection and mounting systems are important.

Technical data

– Supply voltage: 220 V – 50 Hz

– Operating temperature range: -10°C +35°C

– Insulation: polyester resin

– Recommended distance between electrodes: 3 – 5 mm

– Standard length of the power cable: 700 mm

– Number of poles: 2

– Output peak voltage (KV): 2 x 8

– Output effective voltage (KV): 2 x 5

– Output effective current (mA): 20

– Input effective current (A): 1.1

– Duty cycle: 33% in 3 minutes

– Power consumption (VA): 240

– Weight (kg): 2

– Dust and moisture protection class: IP 00

– Ignition cable connectors: screw Ø2.5 mm

– Dimensions: 11.5x8x7.8 cm


The magnetic circuit on the spark transformer BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 has the shape of a shell. The secondary windings are grounded in the center. The high-voltage transformer BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 is equipped with a radio interference suppression screen, which must be connected to a reliable ground to ensure its effectiveness. Two caps painted with flame retardant paint cover the coils and form a single unit with a magnetic circuit.

Each transformer is identified by a fixed letter T (transformer), a series of numbers indicating the model, and possibly an alphabet letter that defines a specific mounting system. If the mounting system used is standard, the corresponding letter of recommendation is not inserted in the part reference. For example, the part designation T11 refers to a transformer with a standard mounting system, whereas the part designation T11/N corresponds to a transformer T11 with a different mounting system.

Ignition devices BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 may have the same electrical characteristics, but different mounting systems, or vice versa.


The high-voltage insulators used in BRAHMA T16/N 15363001 transformers come in two different types, depending on how the connection to the high-voltage cables is made using a screw, a cylindrical terminal with a diameter of 4 mm or a cylindrical terminal with a diameter of 6.3 mm. Unless explicitly stated, a screw terminal is used as the connecting terminal. The insulators are made of 30% PBT fiberglass.


– 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 likelihood that the ignition cable will act 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.