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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°1 INDUKČNÍ VARNÁ DESKA

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°2 ANALOGY WITH THE TRANSFORMER TRANSFORMERINDUCTION HOB MAGNETIC WIRE1PAN SECONDARY IN SHORT CIRCUIT2BOTTOM OF THE PAN AIR-GAP3VITROCERAMIC GLASS PRIMARY4INDUCTOR MAGNETIC WIRE5FERRITE MAGNETIC FIELD6 DeschaJ: Stacking up of iron strip = empilement de lames de metal DeschaJ: Stacking up of iron strip = empilement de lames de metal

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°3 THE SKIN EFFECT Principle In the pan In a wire Resulting current Bottom of the pan Thickness of the pan Density of current

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°4 EFFICIENCY comparative rate 2030405060708090% Gas Cast iron Radiant Halogen Induction 10 It results significant energy savings

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°5 QUICKNESS OF HEAT GASCAST IRON RADIANT HALOGEN INDUCTION Time required to bring 2 litres of water from 20°C to 95°C

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°6 QUICKNESS OF COOLING Decreasing to 60°C after boiling 2 litres of water GASCAST IRON RADIANT HALOGEN INDUCTION

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°7 THE PANS If you choose a pan with this logo, you will be certain that it is absolutely compatible with your induction hob under normal condition of use The compatible induction pans must be made of a magnetic material : Enamelled steel pans with or without non-stick coating In cast iron with or without enamel coating In ferrous stainless steel – laminated stainless steel In aluminium with special bottom We advise to choose pans with a thick bottom and a minimum diameter of 12 cm (i.e. 5 inches) for even more cooking : the heat spreads more evenly

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°8 ZABUDOVÁNÍ SEAL Fixing supplied with the hob

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°9 FITTING ABOVE A UNIT WITH A DOOR OR A DRAWER 1- In case of a small cross piece, there is no problem 2- In case of a rectangular cross piece or with a closed top, make a bevelled cut so that air comes out of the hob 3- In case of an intensive using with more than 1 cooking zone, we advise to make an opening on both sides of the unit

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°10 FITTING ABOVE AN OVEN Other brand of ovenSame brand of oven Oven in lower positionOven in upper position

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°11 FITTING ABOVE A DISHWASHER The top of the dishwasher must be covered with an insulation plate (77X7781). Ensure that there is a minimum opening of cool air.

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°12 EL. ZAPOJENÍ 230 V 400 V

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°13 USING Setting 9, 12 or 15 levels of power from 50 to 2800W A ‘Booster’ option function enables the cooking zone to reach 3600W

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°14 USING Safety Automatic-Stop Conformity with electromagnetic disturbance standards residual heat display Children safety

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°15 MAIN COMPONENTS

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°16 SYNOPTIC OF A GENERATOR Main powerFilter Rectifier Inverter 25 to 50Khz Command level keyboard Pilot of inverter Inductors 5 and 12V= power

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°17 THE KEYBOARDS with capacitive keys IX2, IX3, IX3WR and IX4000 High frequency signal

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°18 THE CURRENT FILTER Protections against over-current due to the work of the hob Stop the outside and inside interferences Stop the outside over current

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°19 THE FILTER IX3 and IX3WR Earth screw Power relaySupply of the fan Command Relay 15V= Direct neutral Neutral via the relay Direct live Fuse tracks Live wire Neutral

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°20 THE RECTIFIER Bialternation rectifier by diode bridge Filtering of high frequencies by condenser Outside current 310 V= when hob doesn’t work Filter Before rectifier After rectifier rectifier

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°21 THE TRANSISTOR INVERTER 2 power transistors 2 condenser 2 diodes V/2 V Rectified current Inductor

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°22 THE INVERTER Working Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°23 THE INDUCTORS 230mm Triple crown « Krône » inductor 280mm Standard 160mm 180mm 210mm

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°24 TRIPLE CROWN INDUCTOR 3 coils Pan diameter from 12 to 26 cm Only fitted on IX3WR Power from 50 to 2800W ‘Booster’ 3200W or GENERATOR

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°25 « KRÔNE » INDUCTOR 2 coils Pan diameter from 12 to 32 cm fitted on IX3, IX3WR and IX4000 Power from 50 to 2800W ‘Booster’ 3600W GENERATOR

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°26 GENERATION IX3 Repartition by 2 relay 3 cards Manufactured since 1996 Rear CTN Front CTN Plug in keyboard Bipolar transistors diode bridge Relay of répartition 230V~ Earth screw, required when hob is working Supply of the fan

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°27 IX3 Possible configurations

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°28 IX3WR GENERATION Share-out through transistors 3 cards 3 crown cooking zones Manufactured since 2000 Filter card 230V~ Transistors Diodes bridge Rear CTN Front CTN Plug in keyboard 3 crowns cooking zone relay supplying Earth screw, required when hob is working Supply of the fan

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°29 IX3WR

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°30 IX4000 GENERATION Share-out with 1 relay 2 cards Start of manufacturing 09/2002 Replace gradually IX3

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°31 DIAGNOSTIC Breakdown of the vitroceramic glass Overheating of the cooking zone (radiant or halogen) ImpactContraction Tightening too important

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°32 DIAGNOSTIC ‘Error’ Messages * Chenillard IX3 HOBIX3WR and IX4000 HOBS

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°33 DIAGNOSTIC IX3, IX3WR, IX4000 2 A.S.S. keyboards IX3 with 6 wire cables IX3WR, IX4000 with 8 wire cables

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°34 DIAGNOSTIC IX3, IX3WR, IX4000

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°35 TEST POINTS IX3 RELAYS around 310V= when the relay switch on 230V~ after switch on of the relay RELAYS 230V~ when live Command of the relay when a power is required +15V=

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CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°36 TEST POINTS IX3WR - ~ ~ + 310V= when switch on of the relay Direct live 230V~ when switch on of the relay Supply 15V= power relay

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