4.4.3 ADVANCED MULTITIMER
The Advanced MultiTimer function is the same as the MultiTimer
with the addition of the following functions:
- List of presets compatible
with cooking with similar characteristics
(temperature, cycle, humidity, fan)
- Cooking with core probe
in place of time
- Save program MultiTimer
To set the Advanced MultiTimer, carry out the same operations
as the MultiTimer (see par. 4.4.2) also pressing the Edit button
in point 3) to enter the name, then continuing to point 4) to enter
the time or core probe temperature.
The preset just set can be saved by pressing the Save button.
To save all the presets not stored (those with *) in a single operation,
press the MultiTimer Advanced tray button "Save all presets"
Advanced MultiTimer Tray
The Advanced MultiTimer tray allows the use of additional func-
tions such as:
- Save all presets (speciﬁ ed in "Save")
- Reload program
Use to return to the initial program if editing a MultiTimer Program.
- Save Program
A MultiTimer Program (set with various presets) can be saved by
pressing the Manual or MultiTimer tray button "Save Program.
A stored MultiTimer program appears in the program list, whereas
the relevant presets that are AUTOMATICALLY loaded on Mul-
tiTimer screen appear in the preset list (ﬁ gure above). To select
several or all the presets, loading them MANUALLY, before or
after the start of cooking, it is necessary to deactivate the item
"Load presets" in the Settings menu.
- Clear all presets
Use to clear all the presets in a single operation.
The ECO DELTA function enables cooking without har-
ming the food with high temperatures; this ensures more gentle
and more even cooking, with less weight loss.
This is an advanced cooking method, where the oven compartment
temperature varies according to the core temperature
of the food.
The operator can select a Delta value of between 33.8°F e
248°F (1° e 120°C); it is advisable to set a value between 68°F e
158°F (20°C e 70°C), and a value between 50°F e 210°F (10°C
e 99°C) for the Core Probe. The oven compartment temperature
is automatically adjusted in order to always be higher than that
in the core of the product.
The graph shows an example with a set Delta of 122°F (50°C)
where the compartment temperature increases, keeping this dif-
ference of 122°F (50°C) constant with respect to the core probe.
This type of cooking is slower than the conventional cooking
method but has the advantage of obtaining better product results
This type of cooking is ideal for large pieces of meat.
4.4.5 INFORMATION AREA
The information area is the zone above the drawer that displays
oven operation status with icons, subdivided into items.
The ﬁ gure above gives (starting from the left) the following:
Δ T (Eco Delta) = 122°F