INDUCTION COOKING ZONES
Your cooktop is equipped with four induction cooking zones
controlled by two heating sections. The left-hand and the
right-hand heating sections are powered by two
independent induction inverters - one inverter for each of
the two heating sections (Refer to Figs. 1 & 2).
Two cooking zones in a heating section share the power of
one inverter. This is called power sharing.
For example, if two pans are heating on the left side of the
cooktop at the same time, the last power level set will be
maintained, while the first pan may experience a slight
reduction in the power level setting.
Power sharing tips
• If cooking two food items simultaneously on the same
side of the cooktop remember to set the power level
for the food item you would prefer to maintain last.
• To maintain power levels for two food items heating at
the same time, place the cookware using opposite
sides of the cooktop. The cooktop sensors will use both
induction inverters and any power level reduction is
avoided (See Fig. 3).
Fig. 1 - Left-hand cooking zones heating section
Fig. 2 - Right-hand cooking zones heating section