Brahma 15909025 TR2/A ignition transformer

SKU: 15909025, 246.820.028

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BRAHMA TR2 15909025 transformers are used in atmospheric gas burners installed in wall-mounted boilers, water heaters, air heaters, convectors, floor boilers, etc.

The BRAHMA TR2 15909025 ignition units are designed to reduce electromagnetic interference generated by the ignition transformer. Spark transformers BRAHMA TR2 15909025 can be installed next to the ignition electrode, reducing the length of the ignition cable, which is the main source of interference.

Thanks to the wide range of these transformers, it is easy to choose an option suitable for any type of installation.

For the operation of the transformer with ignition cable TR2 15909025, a special electrical circuit with flame control and safety devices is required (among them FC modules.., CM controllers..FR and DMR.. DTMR…) having an electromagnetic filter. If necessary, resistors are installed on the transformer to further reduce the level of interference.

BRAHMA TR2 15909025 spark transformers can be used in MORA and THERMONA boilers 5106.1032, 5107.1032, 5109.1032, 5111.1032 with articles ST15165, 41651.

Transformers are protected by Italian Patent No. 01289096 issued on 09/25/1998: Ignition device for flare burners with a reduced level of radio interference.

Technical information

Operating temperature: -20°C – +60°C

Protection: IP00

Recommended spark distance: 2-4mm

Max. length of ignition cable: 1 m

Weight 55 g.

Output voltage: 15 kV

Duration of ED(DU) operation: 100 %

Power consumption: 2.5 VA

Number of outputs: 1


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) on electrical safety.

3. Ensure reliable grounding.

4. The ignition transformer BRAHMA TR2 15909025 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.