Brahma 15898000 TSM ignition transformer

SKU: 15898000, 246.820.022

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BRAHMA TSM 15898000 transformers are mainly used in gas pre-mixing burners for condensing boilers. Despite their small size, these transformers have high power and a built-in filter.

These BRAHMA TSM 15898000 ignition transformers are used in installations with CM32PR, MT11/MT31, MT191/MT391 controllers, as well as DM…PR produced by BRAHMA.

Also, BRAHMA TSM 15898000 ignition devices can be used in Pictor Condensing 55-85 boilers with the article 6TRASFAC00.

Technical information

  • Power supply 220-240V / 50-60Hz On request 110-120V / 50-60Hz
  • Operating temperature -20°C +60°C
  • IP00 protection
  • Recommended spark distance: 35mm
  • Max. power cable length 1 m
  • Max. length of ignition cable 2 m
  • Weight 140g.
  • Peak output voltage 15kV
  • Peak. Short circuit current 250mAP
  • 200Hz spark frequency
  • A slave. Cycle in 2 minutes 50%
  • Dimensions: 4.2×8.3×3.3 cm


The connection to the power supply network is carried out by Stelvio connectors; The high-voltage part is connected by quick-release connectors 2.8X0.5.


1. Connect and disconnect the transformer only after the power is turned off.

2. The installation is carried out in accordance with national and European standards (e.g. EN 60355-1 / EN 50165 / EN 61558-1-2-3) on electrical safety.

3. The installation must ensure that the valve body is connected to the ground to provide protection against electric shock.

4. The BRAHMA TSM 15898000 ignition units is installed in any position

5. Do not place high-voltage cables next to other cables.

6. Provide the appropriate level of protection for this installation.

7. Shorten the length of the ignition cable as much as possible (this will reduce the parasitic capacity and the likelihood that the ignition cables will act as an antenna transmitting interference to nearby cables).

8. Route the ignition cables as close as possible to the ground busbar to reduce the impact of interference on the remaining electrical wires.

9. Arrange the grounding at one point, thereby preventing the creation of parasitic ring currents.