Specifications | Garland SH/IN 3500 Cooktop User Manual

INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL
GARLAND RTCS TECHNOLOGY BUILT IN
INDUCTION COOKERS,
MODELS: BH/IN 2500, SH/IN 3500,SH/IN 5000,
SH/WO/IN 3500,SH/WO/IN 5000 & SH/WO/IN 8000
NITATION
SA
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LIS T E D
CM
86037
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE
OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR
LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER
APPLIANCE
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT,
ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY,
OR DEATH. READ THE INSTALLATION,
OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE INSTALLING OR
SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT
PLEASE READ ALL SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL
AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN CERTIFIED AS
COMMERCIAL COOKING EQUIPMENT AND
MUST BE INSTALLED BY PROFESSIONAL
PERSONNEL AS SPECIFIED.
INSTALLATION AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
MUST COMPLY WITH CURRENT CODES:
IN CANADA - THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL
CODE PART 1 AND / OR LOCAL CODES.
IN USA – THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
ANSI / NFPA – CURRENT EDITION.
ENSURE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CONFORMS WITH
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS SHOWN ON
THE RATING PLATE.
Users are cautioned that maintenance and repairs must be performed by a Garland authorized service agent
using genuine Garland replacement parts. Garland will have no obligation with respect to any product that has been
improperly installed, adjusted, operated or not maintained in accordance with national and local codes or installation
instructions provided with the product, or any product that has its serial number defaced, obliterated or removed,
or which has been modified or repaired using unauthorized parts or by unauthorized service agents.
For a list of authorized service agents, please refer to the Garland web site at http://www.garland-group.com.
The information contained herein, (including design and parts specifications), may be superseded and is subject
to change without notice.
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Phone: (570) 636-1000
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GARLAND COMMERCIAL RANGES, LTD.
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CANADA
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The instructions in this manual are fundamentally important
and must be taken into account during assembly, operation
and maintenance. They must therefore be read very carefully
before installation and operation by the responsible
specialist staff and the operator(s). After installation keep in a
promenade position for consultation and reference.
Description Of Warning Signs
Identifies safety information
about dangers which may
cause serious personal injury
if equipment is not operated
properly.
Dangerous voltage warning
symbol, indicates a risk of
electric shock and hazards from
dangerous voltage.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazard or unsafe
practice which could result
in minor personal injury or
property damage.
Warning
Risk of fire or electric
shock
Do not open
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not remove or open cover.
No user Serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Warning signs mounted directly on the cooker must be
observed at all times and kept in a fully legible condition
Health Information
WARNING:
This product contains chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer.
Installation and servicing of this product
could expose you to airborne particles of
glass wool/ceramic fibers. Inhalation of
airborne particles of glass wool/ceramic
fibers is known to the State of
California to cause cancer.
Electromagnetic field
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Electrical installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Description Of Warning Signs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Operating Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Health Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . 6
Cooking Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Purpose Of Induction Cookers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Description Of Products. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Components Supplied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Built In Units At A Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Comfort. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Out Of Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Safety Concerns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Risk Involved By Disregarding Safety
Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Safety Conscious Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Control knob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safety Information For The Operator/
Operating Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Unauthorized Reconstruction And
Use Of Spare Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Requirements For Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Improper Operating Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Electrical Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pan Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Ventilation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Control Of The Heating Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Cut Out For Model BH/IN 2500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING . . . . . . . 22
Cut Out for Models SH/IN 3500
And SH/IN 5000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Cut Out For Models SH/WO/IN 3500,
SH/WO/IN 5000 And SH/WO/IN 8000. . . . . . . . 11
Unit Placement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installation of Operating Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Fresh Air Intake Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Malfunction With Error Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Malfunction Without Error Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Instructions For Assembly:
Induction Built-In Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Guidelines For Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Mounting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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DIMENSIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATING CONDITIONS
Maximum Tolerance of
Supply Voltage
+6/-10%
Supply Frequency
50/60 Hz
Protection Class
IP XO
Minimal Diameter Of The Pan
(BH/IN and SH/IN)
4 3/4” (120mm)
Maximum Ambient
Temperature
Maximum Relative Humidity
Of Air
Storage
-4º to 158ºF (-20º to 70ºC)
Function
41º to 104ºF (5º to 40ºC)
Storage
10%-90%
Function
30%-90%
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
VOLTAGE
Total KW
BH/IN2500
208/230/240
2.5
SH/IN 3500
208/230/240
3.5
SH/IN 5000
208/230/400/440
5.0
SH/WO/IN 3500
208/230/240
3.5
SH/WO/IN 5000
208/230/400/440
5.0
SH/WO/IN 8000
400/440
8.0
DIMENSIONS
Model
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Glass Ceramic
Top Work Surface Measurement
BH/IN
10.24” x 10.24” (260mm x 260mm)
12.20’ x 12.20” (310mm x 310mm)
SH/IN
12.60” X 12.60” (320mm x 320 mm)
15.12” x 15.12” (384mm x 384mm)
SH/WO/IN
ø 11.81” (300mm)
15.12” x 15.12” (384mm x 384mm)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Purpose Of Induction Cookers
Control knob
The induction cookers are especially suitable as built-in
cookers in closed counters for the preparation of meals. The
cookers can be used for cooking, keeping warm, flambéing,
roasting, etc. of food. Only recommended types and sizes of
pans should be used. Do not use NO NAME pan material but
only pans appropriate for induction cooking!
The number that points to the operation indicator marks the
actual position of the control knob.
OFF-POSITION
0 Points to the operation indicator
Description Of Products
Components Supplied
1. Generator with built-in frame including glass top.
2. Operating unit.
Product Overview
Garland supplies several basic types of units with different
performances and measurements. Built with a robust
method of construction, they are compact and powerful with
a revolutionary technology in a complete case of CrNi-steel.
Equipped with continuous control, allowing for efficient
cooking and have the following features:
• Simple operation with rotary switch with integrated
mains switch.
• Compact module in a frame design with an induction
generator, controller, coil, ventilator, glass ceramic
cooking zone with power rotary knob and LED-indicator
fixed on a CNS plate.
ON-POSITION
Any position when a number other than
0 points to the operation indicator
• Electronic limitation of the connected load.
• Compact powerful electronics enable tight construction
and safe operation.
• A maximum of safety thanks to multiple functions of
protection and checking.
• Short cooking time.
• Compact measurement – light weight.
• Fulfills the latest standards: VDE EN 60335-1; -2/36;
CE-conforming UL 197; CAN/CSA/C 22.2 No. 109.
Built In Units At A Glance
Before carrying out function checks, the operator must know
how to operate the cooker.
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INSTALLATION
The generator is delivered with firmly fixed built-in frame
including glass top and separate operating unit.
CAUTION
Please note that the unit is
not completely assembled.
Pay close attention to the
requirements for
installation section.
Electrical Supply
Please observe the following rules:
1. Check and ensure that the supply voltage and the line
current matches the specifications given on the rating
plate.
Requirements For Installation
2 This induction appliance is equipped with mains cable
and plug which can be connected to the socket. The
connector must be easily accessible to disconnect the
unit from the electrical supply.
The induction appliance has to be built into a clean and even
surface (table, counter, stove) at a definite place.
3. When residual current circuit breakers are used, they
must be rated for a breaking current of 30mA or more.
Make sure that all installation requirements and instructions
are followed.
Ventilation
Built In appliances must only be installed in closed
counters
The rear side of the induction unit below the fan has to be
absolutely free from obstruction and air intake. Optimal air
intake must not be reduced by the installation. If necessary,
an optional air supply has to be achieved by adding a flexible
air duct including a shackle (available as accessory). Be sure
that the air inlet and air outlet openings have a clearance of
at least 1 3/16” (30 mm) from obstructions like walls or floors.
Also ensure that the air of air inlet and air outlet do not mix.
Garland recommends guaranteeing a supply of fresh air by
fixing an air duct including shackle or by air openings. The air
exit must not to be hindered by any obstructions.
Please read carefully and comply with the following rules.
1. This induction unit is equipped with an internal air
cooling system. Be sure that the air supply and air exhaust
are not blocked (wall, fabric etc.).
2. Ensure that the induction unit does not take in hot
ambient air (concerns units standing side by side, or one
behind the other, or standing near a frying pan or an
oven), otherwise an air duct including shackle has to be
added.
3. The induction unit must not be placed next to an oven or
another heat producing unit.
4. The air intake temperature must be under 104°F (40°C).
5. The operating staff has to make sure that installation,
support and inspection is done by qualified personnel.
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INSTALLATION continued
Cut Out For Model BH/IN 2500
The size of the cut out in the built-in area must be,
11.41” x 11.41” (290 x 290mm), the depth 7.87” (200mm) and
the base at least 13.39” x 11.75” (340 x 273mm).
0.06"
[1.5mm]
Side View of the right
Front view
4.06"
[103mm]
air exit
Ventilator
5.04"
[128mm]
7.32"
[186mm]
Connection
clutch for
operation device
Mains
Cable
6.73"
[171mm]
air exit
3.07"
[84mm]
air supply
11.02"
[280mm]
Plug-in clutch for
operation device
11.02"
[280mm]
10.23"
[260mm]
Required cut-out of the work top
min. 11.42" x 11.42" [290mm x 290mm]
Ceran-surface
12.20"
[310mm]
10.23"
[260mm]
Mounting height
min. 7.87"
[200mm]
air supply
12.20"
[310mm]
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INSTALLATION continued
Cut Out for Models
SH/IN 3500 And SH/IN 5000
The size of the cut out in the built-in area must be
13.78” x 13.78” (350 x 350mm), the depth 9.45” (240mm) and
the base at least 16.14” x 13.90” ( 410 x 353mm).
0.06"
[1.5mm]
Front view
Side view of the right
5.63"
[143mm]
Air exit
Ventilator
7.13"
[181mm]
Plug-in for
operating device
Air exit
8.90"
[226mm]
Net cable
7.20"
[183mm]
Air Supply
Plug type connection
for operating device
3.86"
[98mm]
12.99"
[330mm]
13.03"
[331mm]
12.60"
[320mm]
Required cut-out of the work top
min. 13.78' x 13.78' [350mmx 350mm]
Ceran-surface
15.12"
[384mm]
12.60"
[320mm]
Mounting height
min. 9.45"
[240mm]
Air supply
15.12"
[384mm]
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INSTALLATION continued
Cut Out For Models SH/WO/IN
3500, SH/WO/IN 5000 And
SH/WO/IN 8000
The size of the cut out for the built in area must be 14.37” x
14.37” (365 x 365mm), the depth 11.81” (300mm) and the
base at least 16.14” x 13.90” (410 x 353mm).
0.06”
(1.5mm)
Front view
Side view of the right
Air exit
Air exit
8.46”
(5mm)
14.31” (363.5mm)
9.92”
(252mm)
16.69”
(297mm)
Net cable
Ventilator
7.20”
(183mm)
Connection clutch
for operation device
Air supply
13.47”
(330mm)
3.86”
(98mm)
Plug-in clutch
13.03” for operation device
(331mm)
Required cut-out of the work top
min. 14.49” x 14.49”
(368mm x 368mm)
WOK-CERAN-BOWL
15.12”
(384mm)
0
1” (3
11.8
)
0MM
Mounting height
min. 11.81”
(300 mm)
Air supply
15.12”
(384mm)
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INSTALLATION continued
Unit Placement
Installation of Operating Unit
After the cut out has been made according to the previous
sections, apply silicone to the top of the counter and press
the induction unit into the silicone, allowing for a complete
water tight seal between the unit and the counter. Make sure
the unit is level.
Each unit is supplied with a complete operating unit. In order
to fix this unit on the surface of the enclosure, a cut out for
the power switch and the LED must considered. The operator
control panel has to be fixed vertically on the installation
panel. The cable for the power switch and the LED have a
length of 39.37” (1000mm).
2.24"
[57mm]
4.09"
[104mm]
3.66"
[93mm]
4.09"
[104mm]
4.72"
[120mm]
0.08"
[2mm]
4.72"
[120mm]
4.17"
[106mm]
2.36"
[60mm]
4.72"
[120mm]
1.73"
[44mm]
0.75"
[19mm]
0"
0.55"
[14mm]
4.72"
[120mm]
"
.33 m]
0
m
ø .5
8
[ø
" ]
.40 mm
0
2
ø 0.
1
[ø
4.72"
[120mm] 1.50"
[38mm]
3.66"
[93mm]
1.99"
[50.5mm]
4.09"
[104mm]
1.10"
[28mm]
0.31"
[8mm]
0.31"
[8mm]
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"
20
0. m]
ø m
2X [ø 5
4X counter sunk
ø 0.31"x ø 0.18"
[ø 8mm x ø 4.5mm]
4.09"
[104mm]
4x R 0.20"[5mm]
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INSTALLATION continued
Figure # 1
Cut Out Opening
Silicone
Louvered
Air Exhaust
Opening
(By Installer)
Sleeve with hose clip:
mounted on bottom of unit
Aluminum air duct
(Max 96" (8'))
mounted on collars
with hose clamps
Sleeve with hose clip:
mounted to cabinet
Air Intake Housing
See Fig. # 2
Removable grease filter and air
intake housing mounted on
cabinet
Fresh Air Supply
Fresh Air Intake Installation
Figure # 2 - Air Intake Housing
The built-in induction units require a cooling air intake to
operate effectively. The air intake housing is mounted to
the cabinet, and is fitted with a removable stainless steel
grease filter that can be cleaned in a dishwasher. Install the
air intake housing and connect it to the induction unit with
the aluminum air duct. Maximum length of this air inlet is
to be 96” (8’). Make sure the cabinet is also equipped with
a louvered air exhaust having a size of no less than 30 sq
inches (50 sq inches for dual units) for the hot air to escape
(by installer). Failure to provide adequate ventilation for the
unit will result in the unit overheating, nuisance shut down
and potential failure of the unit. (See Figures # 1 & 2)
TOP VIEW
11" [279.4mm]
10 3/16" [258.8mm]
5/32"
[4mm]
4 Holes
8 3/16"
[208 mm]
9"
[288.6 mm]
FRONT VIEW
See Cut out for air intake housing on next page
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INSTALLATION continued
Figure 2 Continued - Cut Out
4 HOLES
CUTOUT
9.125" x 7"
[231.8mm x 177.8mm]
Guidelines For Assembly
The underside and sides of the induction unit must be
absolutely clear of obstructions to provide for adequate
cooling air to enter and exhaust. Install a flexible air duct
including shackle provided with your built-in induction
cooker. Clearances between openings for air supply and air
exhaust to obstacles (walls or floors), must be maintained to
provide clearances of at least 4” (102mm). The outgoing air
must leave without any obstacles. In addition, make sure
that the in-coming and outgoing exhaust air do not mix.
We recommend guaranteeing the supply of fresh air by using
a tube with screens, vent ducts or Air Intake Kit.
It is highly recommend that an exhaust fan be installed
into the cabinet. This will force hot air out the cabinet and
away from the cooker. (See figures # 3, 4 & 5)
The fat and grease filter should be in visible view and
labeled. A blocked grease filter can cause internal damage!
Instructions For Assembly:
Induction Built-In Units
Garland has made enhancements for the installation
requirements for the induction cooker built-in models. These
changes are designed to provide the installer with greater
details for installation. Meeting these requirements will
reduce failure due to installation deficiencies
NOTE: BI Units not installed correctly will have warranty
Voided.
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Mounting Instructions
As soon as the above mentioned preparations are made, the
completely pre-mounted induction unit can be installed into
the counter. Apply silicone, which is provided with every air
Intake Kit, completely around the underside of this stainless
steel frame before lowering the induction cooker onto the
counter top. Once the built-in induction cooker is in place,
food save silicone may be also applied completely around
stainless steel top trim, this is highly recommended. Silicone
properly installed, will provide a good seal completely
around the induction cooker and stop moisture from
entering into the cooker. This moisture or grease will cause
damage to the electronic components.
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Figure # 6
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INSTALLATION continued
Electrical installation
CAUTION
1 Put some water in the pan and place it in the center of the
heating area.
If the voltage is wrong, the
cooker can be damaged.
2. Turn the control knob to an ON position. The indicator
will light up (green) and the water will be heated.
The electrical installation must be done by approved
installation contractors in accordance with specific national
and local codes in conformity with all safety regulations.
The warning signs and rating plates on the appliances must
strictly be followed.
3. Take the pan away from the heating area, the indicator
light will flash.
Check and ensure that the supply voltage and the line
current matches the specifications given on the rating plate.
5. Turn the control knob in the OFF-position, the heating
process will stop, indicator light turns off.
SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Tolerance of Supply
+6/-10 %
Supply Frequency
50/60 Hz
1. Turn control knob to off position (“0”).
2. Connect operating unit to the generator.
3. Connect the unit to the power socket (The unit is
delivered completely with mains cable and plug.)
When the installation is complete an operating test outlined
in the below must be done.
Operating Test
Remove all objects from the glass ceramic zone, verify that
this area is neither cracked nor broken. Do not continue
the use when the glass ceramic cooking zone is cracked or
broken, immediately switch it off and disconnect the cooker
from the power outlet and contact a service representative.
CAUTION
4. Place the pan back on the heating area, the indicator will
light and the heating process will continue.
NOTE: The shining operation indicator light means that
energy is being transferred to the pan. If the operation
indicator light remains off, check the following:
1. Is the cooker connected to the power outlet?
2. Is the control knob in ON position?
3. Did you use a suitable pan (bottom diameter at least 4.72”
(120mm) (only BH/IN and SH/IN), pan made of suitable
material)?
4. Is the pan placed in the center of the heating area?
To verify, if the pan is suitable, use a permanent magnet and
find out if it sticks on the bottom of the pan. If not, your pan
is not suitable for induction cooking. Choose a pan which is
recommended for induction cooking. Choose pan material
suitable for induction appliances.
If in spite of all positive controls and tests, the cooker doesn’t
work, refer to the Fault Finding Section, or call a service
representative.
The glass ceramic cooking
zone is warmed up from the
heat of the pan. To avoid
injuries (burning) do not
touch this area.
Use a pan suitable for induction cooking, having a bottom
diameter of at least 4.72” (120mm) (only BH/IN and SH/IN).
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OPERATION
Cooking Process
Safety Concerns
The induction cooker is switched on by turning the control
knob (OFF ➯ ON) and it is immediately ready for operation.
The luminous operation indicator light means that energy
is being transferred to the pan. The power rating is set by
turning the control knob. The inductive power depends on
the position of the potentiometer:
Risk Involved By Disregarding Safety Information
➯ Position 1
➯ Position 9
➯ Position 12
• Danger to persons through electrical causes.
>
minimum power
>
maximum power (BH/IN only)
• Danger to persons through overheated pans.
>
maximum power
• Danger to persons through an overheated cooking
platform (ceran glass).
Due to the following characteristics, the operator must be
more attentive when using the induction cooker than it
would be required with other appliances:
The heat storage capacity of this system is very low. If the
heating level is changed by turning the control knob, the
food is immediately exposed to a different temperature.
Do not put empty pans on the cooking zone, first put
grease or liquid into the pan and start the cooking process
afterwards. Empty pans and pots heat up very quickly. Adjust
the heating level carefully to the required cooking mode.
Set and adjust the power by turning the control knob. The
pan should always remain in the center of the heating area,
otherwise, the bottom of the pan is heated up unequally and
the food inside the pan may burn. When heating up oil or
grease, constantly check the pan to prevent oil and grease
from overheating and burning.
Comfort
The cooker transmits energy only when a pan is placed
on the heating area, independently of the position of the
control knob. If you take the pan away from the heating
area, power transfer to the pan stops immediately. If the pan
is put back on the heating area, the selected power will be
transferred to the pan again.
After switching the cooker to the off position the cooking
process will stop. Except for the pan, no heat is stored.
Out Of Operation
If the cooker is not in use make sure that the control knob is
in the “OFF” position. If you don’t use the cooker for a long
period (several days), unplug the unit. Make sure that no
liquid can enter into the cooker, do not clean the cooker with
a jet of water.
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Danger for persons, the environment and the cooker as
well as claims for damages of any kind can result from
disregarding safety information. Certain risks may be
associated with disregarding precautions, including:
Safety Conscious Work
The safety information pointed out in these instructions,
existing national regulation for the prevention of accidents
as well as any internal working, operating and safety
regulations stipulated by the operator must be observed at
all times.
Safety Information For The
Operator/Operating Personnel
Any risks from electric power must be eliminated. The
cooking induction unit shall only be used if the installation of
the electricity is fitted by an approved installation contractor
in accordance with specific national and local codes.
The following safety precautions should be followed at all
times:
• The heating area is warmed up from the heat of the pan.
To avoid injuries (burning) do not touch the heating area.
• To avoid overheating of pans due to the evaporation of
the content, don’t leave pans unattended.
• Switch the control knob off if you take the pan away for
a while. This will avoid the heating process to continue
automatically when a pan is placed back on the heating
area. So, if any person starts to use the cooker, he/she will
have to start the heating process by turning the control
knob in the ON-position.
• Do not insert any piece of paper, cardboard, cloth, etc.
between the pan and the heating area, as this might
initiate a fire.
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• Since metallic objects are heated up very quickly when
placed on the heating area, do not place any other
objects (closed cans, aluminium foil, cutlery, jewelry,
watches etc.) on the induction cooker.
• Persons with a pacemaker should consult their doctor
whether they are safe near an induction cooker.
• Aluminium foil and plastic vessels must not be placed on
the hot surface.
• The surface must not be used for storage.
• Do not place credit cards, phone cards, cassette tapes, or
other objects sensitive to magnetism on the Ceran glass.
• The induction cooker has an internal air-cooling system.
Do not obstruct the air inlet- and air outlet-slots with
objects (cloth). This would cause overheating and
therefore the cooker would switch off.
• Avoid liquid entering into the cooker. Do not let water or
food overflow the pan. Do not clean the cooker with a jet
of water.
• If the heating area (Ceran glass) is cracked or broken, the
induction cooker must be switched off and disconnected
from the electric connection. Don’t touch any parts inside
the cooker.
Unauthorized Reconstruction
And Use Of Spare Parts
Reconstruction of the cooker or changes to the cooker are
not allowed. Contact the manufacturer if you intend to
make any changes on the cooker. To guarantee safety, use
only genuine spare parts and accessories authorized by the
manufacturer. The use of other components will void all
warranty.
Improper Operating Methods
The operating reliability of the cookers can only be
guaranteed by careful use.
Pan Detection
Pans having a diameter less than 4.72” (120 mm) are not
detected (only BH/IN and SH/IN). During pan detection, the
indicator operation flashes. No power is transferred and
the indicator lamp flashes if no pan or an unsuitable pan is
detected.
Control Of The Heating Area
The heating area is controlled by a temperature sensor.
Overheated pans (hot oil, empty pans) can be detected.
Energy transfer will be stopped. The induction unit must be
re-started after it has cooled down.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, the service agent or a similarly qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
NOTE: ensure no liquid can enter the induction unit, do
not clean the cooker with a jet of water.
Cleaning
Slight soiling, no burned residues
Wipe with a moist cloth (scotch), without a cleaning
agent.
Ceran glass
1. The cleaning of the Ceran glass is identical to other
similar surfaces like glass. Do not use corrosive or abrasive
cleaning agents, such as grill- and oven-sprays, stain- and
rust-removers, scouring powder and rough sponges.
2. Before being cleaned, the Ceran glass must have cooled
down.
Sticky soiling
Maintenance
Other maintenance and servicing work other than cleaning
as described here, must be done by authorized service
personnel.
Remove with a scraper, then wipe the heating area with a
moist cloth.
Lime deposits, caused by water which has boiled over
These spots can be removed with vinegar or a special
cleaning agent.
Sugar, sugar containing food, plastic, aluminum foil
1. Immediately scrape off the sugar, plastic or aluminum foil
residues thoroughly from the hot cooking area, e.g. with
a razor blade.
2. After removal of the residues, clean unit with a cleaning
agent.
3. If the heating area soiled with residues of sugar, plastic
or aluminum foil cools down without prior cleaning, the
ceramic surface might become deformed by pinheadsized pits.
A good maintenance of the induction cooker requires a
regular cleaning, care and servicing. The operator has to
ensure, that all components relevant for safety are in perfect
working order at all times.
The cooker should be examined at least once a year by an
authorized technician.
CAUTION
Do not open the cooker,
dangerous electric voltage
inside..
The cookers may only be opened by authorized personnel.
TROUBLESHOOTING
The cookers may only be opened by authorized service
personnel.
CAUTION
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Do not open the cooker,
dangerous electric voltage
inside.
NOTE: Stop any actions if the heating area (Ceran glass) is
cracked or broken. The induction cooker must be switched
off and disconnected from the electric supply. Don’t touch
any parts inside the cooker.
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Malfunction With Error Code
Number of Flashing
Signals (Code)
Possible Cause
Action To Take By Operator Or Operating
Personnel
E03
-...-...
Overheated heat sink
Let unit cool down
Check air filter and air flow
Air-cooling system obstructed
Verify that air inlet and air outlet are not
obstructed with objects
Clean air filter
E04
-....-....
Overheated cooking zone
Let unit cool down
Check air filter and air flow
E06
-......-......
Overheated electronic
Let unit cool down
Check air filter and air flow
Ambient temperature too high (the cooling
Verify that no hot air is sucked in by the fan.
system is not able to keep the cooker in normal Reduce the ambient temperature. The air inlet
operating conditions 1)
temperature must be lower than 104°F/40°C
E07
-.......-.......
Empty cooking sensing element activated
Reset empty cooking protection by switching
the unit off
E08
-........-........
Ambient temperature beyond operating range
Make sure that the operating conditions
(especially the ambient temperature) are kept
Error on sensing element
Contact service agent
Order of error message: The indicator lamp lights up for an interval of 0.6 sec. The number of the following short flashes has to be
counted and informs about the kind of error corresponding to the above mentioned code system.
The code will repeat until the error is cancelled.
1 The cooling-system (fan) starts to operate when the ambient temperature in the control area exceeds 131°F/55°C. At heat
temperatures higher than 158°F /70°C the controller automatically reduces the power to keep the unit in normal operating
conditions. The cooker runs in a non continuous mode. This mode can be heard.
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TROUBLESHOOTING continued
Malfunction Without Error Code
Fault
Possible Cause
Action To Take By Operator Or Operating
Personnel
No heating
Operation indicator light
is OFF (dark)
No mains supply
Check the electrical supply (cable plugged
onto the wall socket)
Check preliminary fuses
Control knob is in OFF-position
Turn control knob ON
Cooker is defective
Ask your supplier for repair service
Unplug the cooker from the mains supply
Pan is too small (bottom diameter less than
4.72” (120mm), only BH/IN and SH/IN)
Use a suitable pan
Pan is not placed in the center of the heating
area (the cooker cannot detect the pan)
Move the pan to the center of the heating area
Unsuitable pan
Choose a pan recommended for induction
cooking 1
Cooker defective
Ask your supplier for repair service, unplug the
cooker from the mains supply
Used pan is not appropriate
Use a pan recommended for induction cooking
and compare the result with “your” pan
Air-cooling system obstructed
Verify that air inlet and air outlet are not
obstructed with objects
No heating
Operation indicator
light is flashing (If an
error code is flashing see
section “Malfunction with
error code”)
Poor heating
Operation indicator light
is ON (shining)
Ambient temperature is too high (the cooling
Verify that no hot air is sucked in by the fan.
system is not able to keep the cooker in normal Reduce the ambient temperature. The air inlet
operating conditions 2)
temperature must be lower than 104°F /40°C.
No reaction to control
knob positions
One phase is missing (only units with three
phase supply)
Check preliminary fuses
Cooker defective
Ask your supplier for repair service, unplug the
cooker from the electrical supply
Control knob defective
Ask your supplier for repair serviced, unplug
the cooker from the mains supply
Heating cycle switches off Air inlet or outlet obstructed or fan dirty
and on
Within minutes, fan is
active
Remove objects from air inlet and air outlet
slots, clean the slots
Clean fan
Heating cycle switches off Fan defective
and on
Fan control defective
Within minutes, fan is
never active
Ask your supplier for repair service
1 To verify, if the pan is suitable, use a permanent magnet and find out if it sticks on the bottom of the pan. If not, your pan
is not suitable for induction cooking. Choose a pan which is recommended for induction cooking. Choose pan material
suitable for induction appliances.
2 The cooling-system (fan) starts to operate when the ambient temperature in the control area exceeds 131°F/55°C. At
heat temperatures higher than 158°F /70°C the controller automatically reduces the power to keep the unit in normal
operating conditions. The cooker runs in a non continuous mode. This mode can be heard.
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TROUBLESHOOTING continued
Fault
Possible Cause
Action To Take By Operator Or Operating
Personnel
After a long permanent
operating time, the
heating switches off and
on within minutes
Coil overheated, cooking area too hot
Empty pan
Pan with overheated oil
Switch cooker off, remove pan and wait until
the cooking area has cooled off
Small metallic objects
(e.g. spoon) are heated
up on the cooking area
Pan detection circuit is defective
Ask your supplier for repair service
1 To verify, if the pan is suitable, use a permanent magnet and find out if it sticks on the bottom of the pan. If not, your pan
is not suitable for induction cooking. Choose a pan which is recommended for induction cooking. Choose pan material
suitable for induction appliances.
2 The cooling-system (fan) starts to operate when the ambient temperature in the control area exceeds 131°F/55°C. At
heat temperatures higher than 158°F /70°C the controller automatically reduces the power to keep the unit in normal
operating conditions. The cooker runs in a non continuous mode. This mode can be heard.
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