- 2 cooking zones 120 – 230 mm Ø each (2000/1400 W)
- with superior induction technology
- no pre-heating time, immediate power transfer
- pot recognition, energy-saving, user-friendly and safe
- suitable for all pots/pans with ferromagnetic bottom
- electronic regulation via touch control sensors
- convenient operation, LED-display
- temperature pre-selection from 60 °C to 240 °C
- power selection in 10 levels, residual heat indicator for each cooking zone
- 180-minute timer, automatic-switch-off and signal tone
- planar glass ceramic surface, very easy to clean
Induction is the modern way of cooking. An electromagnetic field does not firstly heat the cooking surface but the pot bottom directly. The temperature is as quickly available as at a gas stove but much safer. The high efficiency saves energy, time and money. Perfect as addition to the existing stove or as mobile cooking facility for single apartment, holiday flat or office. The induction cooking plate offers a power selection in 10 levels and a temperature pre-selection from 60 °C to 240 °C. The regulation via touch control, the LED-display and the 180-minute timer ensure a high ease of use. The frameless glass ceramic cooking zone does not have bridges and therefore is easy to clean. The automatic switch-off with signal tone and residual heat indicator make the modern appliances very safe in use.
||230 V 3400 W
||60,00 x 36,00 x 7,30 cm
|Cooking zone 1
||each 120 -230 mm Ø, 2000/1400 W
||frameless, all-over glass ceramic cooking surface without bridges, very easy to clean
Here you will find a selection of suitable recipes:
The device in action - can be seen at:
For optimal usage with this induction cooking plate a pot should have a diameter of between 12 and 23 cm.
Is there noise development during usage?
After switch-on, the inside fan starts working and is cooling the interior parts of the appliance in order to prevent the appliance from overheating. The fan is an indispensable part of induction technology. The noises are normal when operating an induction cooking plate. Please do not be disturbed by this. It is normal for the fan to continue running in the standby mode after a long operation time. By the way: operating noises coming from free standing induction cooking plates are more noticeable than from a built-in induction hob.
What max. /min. diameter does a cooking pot have to have?
How can I test whether a pot is suitable for an induction cooking plate or not?
Whether or not a pot is suitable for an induction cooking field can be tested by applying a magnet to it. If the pot´s bottom is magnetic it is suitable. If the magnet does not stick to the bottom the pot cannot be used with an induction cooking plate.