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Electronic Oil Igniter

  • Provides efficient ignition through vacuum encapsulation process
  • Impact, scratch, moisture, and chemical resistant construction
  • Features breakout sections and a covering hood
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Product Overview

The BECKETT electronic oil Igniter is UL recognized in the USA and Canada. It is designed to provide a quick and efficient ignition. This igniter fits most base plates.
  • Designed for a quick and efficient ignition
  • Vacuum encapsulation process using a synthetic resin provides moisture resistance, excellent heat dissipation and electrical insulation
  • Adapts to multiple base plates
  • Case material constructed of high-temperature thermoplastic to provide high-impact strength and resistance to scratches and most chemicals
  • Case design features breakout sections for lead wire exit and a hood to neatly cover and protect wires where required
  • UL recognized in the USA and Canada
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • California residents

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.625
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
9.25

Details

Accessory Type
BOILER REPLACEMENT PART
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
2
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
0

Questions & Answers

21Questions12Answers

Will this work for lichtenberg wood burning?

Asked by Ray March 18, 2021
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I don't think this ignited will start a wood burning furnace. You can use a piezo igniter instead and it cheaper

This is 14kv.Will it work on higher or lower?Mine says 6kVrms and 20kVpk.

Asked by John October 18, 2020
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In this case the k is the roman numeral for 1000 and the V is indicating volts in DC current. Essentially this is a capacitor or coil. It builds up a high voltage charge and then releases it to create spark needed to light the oil. If you open the specification sheet found under the header "Info and Guides" on the Home Depot product listing page it will give you more information about the the different current discharges over its life. In the decades I have been in the industry these products have gotten progressively better are at discharging higher voltages for better ignition.

How do I buy or order this product?

Asked by CDeans November 16, 2019
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You could either go to one of the stores that stocks it or purchase it, order it on line from your home or go to a store where it is not stocked and they could place an on line order for you.

Will this work on a AFG series oil burner

Asked by vin April 1, 2019
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Yes ii will. Be very careful as these units can hold a tremendous charge and present a shock hazard.

Will this fit a Beckett Model A, AF oil burner? It currently has a Carlin 41000 igniter on it.

Asked by Upstategal February 28, 2019
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In my experience the only difference between the Becket Transformer, and those designed to fit on the common Beckett residential burners and those that fit Carlin are the mounting holes. The fact that you have a Carlin brand transformer on a Beckett burner now, tells me you have a Carling Transformer built to go on a Beckett or you have a Carlin transformer with holes that allow it to fit on either. Remember these transformers can act at capacitors and thus hold a huge charge. Don’t mess with a transformer if you do not know what you are doing. Further even if you old one is no longer working, it can still hold a charge.

Hello can this be a replacement for a franceformer interchangeable ignition transformer cat# 5 lay 30 primary input 120v

Asked by PJ January 23, 2019
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Yes, the oil igniter can be a replacement for the transformer.

I have a Beckett Burner with a Carlin 41000 (dated 2008) constant duty igniter. The furnace wont ...

Asked by Gunney January 15, 2019
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Yes it should. Beckett now makes transformers to fit Carlin houseings and vise versa. Sorry for the delay but this question just arrived to me today although you asked it two months ago. I don';t mean to add insult to injury by ansering it now, but did it for the benifit of others that may read this.

Will this replace a carlin 41000s igniter?

Asked by Ron November 13, 2018
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To begin with, I want to apologize for not answering your questions sooner. The clock indicates you asked it months ago but unfortunately it just came to me today. As I assume you have already solved the issue I would say I am answering this for the benefit the others that might read this. But in answer to your queition this would not be the one I would use to replace a this Carlin transformer. I would opt for Home Depot SKU 300870228. If you put that number in the Home Depot search block a igniter will come up that is built to fit on a Carlin burner.

Can this fit a Carlin Burner 98FRD?

Asked by dfyan February 19, 2018
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Answer

To begin with, I want to apologize for not answering your questions sooner. The clock indicates you asked it months ago but unfortunately it just came to me today. As I assume you have already solved the issue I would say I am answering this for the benefit the others that might read this. But in answer to your queition this would not be the one I would use to replace a this Carlin transformer. I would opt for Home Depot SKU 300870228. If you put that number in the Home Depot search block a igniter will come up that is built to fit on a Carlin burner

does this ignitersupport a furnace that has a fuel valve?

Asked by driversteve January 3, 2018
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I am not sure what you mean by fuel valve. This is a replacement transformer for certain Beckett brand oil burners. It is essentially a coil that builds up the large voltages that are needed to help ignite number two oil. If you are referring to an oil delay valve, that is a devise on the oil pump that would have nothing to do with this. Please keep in mind these units can hold large and very dangerous electrical charges. If you have not been trained to work on oil equipment I would call in a qualified professional.

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picked this up at my local store and the instructions were easy to follow and had this installed ...
picked this up at my local store and the instructions were easy to follow and had this installed in minutes. i would have ordered online but the cold weather was approaching and thanks to home depot for having this replacement part my burner was up and running in no time.
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i was extremely satisfied with the quality of this igniter....
i was extremely satisfied with the quality of this igniter. I will continue to shop home depot for my home needs..
by Brian
Furnace fired and stayed lit, no lock out!!...
Furnace fired and stayed lit, no lock out!!
by Kedar
Turns out that I didn't need this right now, so I'll keep it as a spare.
Turns out that I didn't need this right now, so I'll keep it as a spare.
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Easy install and worked perfectly...
Easy install and worked perfectly
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