NuWave 30602 Double Precision Induction Cooktop Burner, Black

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900/1800 Watts
100F -575F temperature range
94 different temperatures
6 different pre-programmed temperature settings
2 hour “Keep Warm” feature (155F)
Product information
Product Dimensions 26 x 4.8 x 16.8 inches
Item Weight 17.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 19.65 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer NuWave
ASIN B01DA4RBUY
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Item model number 30602

Product detail:

The double burner cooktop is rectangular in shape, with all the control buttons in the front. Each burner is given its own control panel, with some common controls for both of them as well. All the control keys are built with touch sensors. Both the burners have inner diameters of 8 inches, and outer diameters of 9 inches. Both are marked with the help of white circles on the burners. Unofficially, a pan as large as 12” in diameter can be used to cook on the surface, as the heat is distributed uniformly over the surface. The whole unit runs on 120 Volts, with a maximum output power of 1800 Watts. Each burner has the following touch controls:

Start
Pause/Clear
Increment and Decrement
Low, Medium Low, Medium, Medium High, High, Max/Sear Buttons
Program Button
Stage Button
Cook Temperature
Cook Time
Clock
End Time
0-9 Buttons
AM/PM
1800 Watts
This is the only double burner induction stove with so many touch keys. The whole product has a 1 year warranty cover. Each burner is provided with a display unit that provides the info on what kind of settings are selected and their corresponding values.

Features

This double burner cooktop has an overall dimension of 26 x 18 x 12 inches and has a weight of 16 pounds (17.6 pounds shipping weight).
The cooktop surface is coated with a glass finishing, so that it can be cleaned and maintained easily. The glass surface is also heat resistant, that adds more safety while cooking.
One of the main features of this cooktop is the 6 different pre-programmed temperature buttons that are provided for both the burners. The temperature range is between 100 degrees Fahrenheit and 575 degrees Fahrenheit. There are 94 different temperature levels, with an increment/decrement of 5 degrees. The Low button provides a temperature of 100 degrees, while the low medium button provides a temperature of 175 degrees. The medium button provides a temperature of 275 degrees, and the medium high works in 375 degrees. The high buttons provides a temperature of 425 degrees and the maximum temperature that the device can provide is 575 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooking certain foods with precise temperature can be done easily on this cooktop.
Another feature of this device is the 2 hour program function which can be used to keep the food warm at a temperature of 155 degrees F for a time of 2 hours.
The minimum output power of the device is 900 Watts. And the maximum power is 1800 Watts. You can attain the maximum power for the device by pressing the ‘1800W’ button.
An automatic stop feature has been provided for the device, so that overheating due to temperature rise above a certain level can be stopped. This protects the device from overheating, and the food from getting overcooked.
An over voltage and under voltage protection is provided in the device to avoid damages due to both voltage extremes.
A cookware recognition sensor is also in-built with this cooktop. This sensor identifies whether the cookware on the cooktop is induction compatible. If not, the device is automatically shut down. The same process happens if no cookware is detected. Please make sure that you use induction compatible utensils for cooking.

Dimensions
The dimensions of the entire cooktop in inches are: 23.6 x 14.1 x 2.6. The heating surface on each burner is 8 inches. The NuWave fact sheet states that when both sides are being used, each burner can accommodate a pan up to 10.5″. When using one burner the pan can be as large as 12 inches. The cooktop weighs just over 16 pounds and has a surface coated with an easy-to-clean, heat-resistant glass.

Power
This NuWave double induction cooktop has a total maximum output of 1800W. If both burners are used simultaneously, the power will automatically be 900W on each side. When using one burner, the default wattage of 1800 can be changed. The power supply is 110/120V.

Temperature
Whether you’re looking to warm or sear food, or boil water, there shouldn’t be any issues with the temperature controls. The temperature range is 100-575ºF. The user can select the temperature to appear in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. It comes with six preset levels, though you can adjust the temperature to suit your cooking needs. These settings are low, med/low, medium, medium/high, high and sear.

The temperature can be controlled in 5 degree increments. [Since the sensor is underneath the glass cooktop, it takes time for the sensor to read the actual temperature of the pot.]

A programmable memory (up to 100 hours) that can run without shutting itself off is available as well as an end time programmable clock. It also has a 2-hour program feature that can be used to keep food warm (at 155ºF).

This cooktop also has a memory that lasts for 100 hours which is a unique feature amongst other induction cooktops.

Safety Features
This double induction burner has an automatic stop feature to prevent food from burning. It also has a sensor that recognizes if the cookware on the cooktop surface isn’t compatible and also recognizes when there is no cookware on the surface. In either of these cases, the unit will shutoff after one minute if the appropriate cookware is not placed on the cooktop. This unit is ETL approved.

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Double burner cooktop

The double burner cooktop is rectangular in shape, with all the control buttons in the front. Each burner is given its own control panel, with some common controls for both of them as well. All the control keys are built with touch sensors. Both the burners have inner diameters of 8 inches, and outer diameters of 9 inches. Both are marked with the help of white circles on the burners. Unofficially, a pan as large as 12” in diameter can be used to cook on the surface, as the heat is distributed uniformly over the surface.

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