User Manual
1800 Watt
Drop-In Induction Range
Model: ID1800
08/2017
Please read and keep these instructions. Indoor use only.
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Specifications
Model No....................................... ID1800
Power Rating................................ 500-1800W
Voltage............................................ 120V / 60Hz
Temperature................................. 140OF - 464OF
Timer................................................ 0-180 Minutes
Measurements............................. 11.8"W x 14.6"L x 3.03"H
Cutout Measurements.............. 10.6"W x 13.4"L
Advantages of an induction cooking plate
NEMA 1-15P
• Energy transfer only while cookware is put on the cooking plate = maximum energy saving (up to ca. 50 %)
• Heat is generated in the bottom of the cookware and immediately directed into the food. The power preset is
absorbed immediately into the cookware. This guarantees extremely high cooking speed.
• High effectiveness during parboiling and minimum power consumption during cooking reduces total energy
consumption up to 30%.
• Precise controlling (by 3 different adjustable functions) guarantees quickly and tightly focused heat input.
• As the induction cooking plate is only heated up by the heated cookware, the risk of scorching or burning in of
food residues is reduced. The induction cooking plate does not stay hot as long as standard cooking plates
(easy cleaning).
• When the cookware is removed, the device switches automatically into the Standby Mode.
• The device detects whether suitable cookware is placed on the cooking plate. If not, no energy is transmitted.
• When operating the induction cooking plate with empty cookware, a temperature sensor turns off the heating
function in case of overheating.
Cautions
Please read the following instructions before using the double induction cooker.
• DO NOT use pans with a bottom diameter greater than 10 1/4". Doing so causes irreparable damage to this induction range.
• DO NOT plug cooker in with wet hands to avoid electrical shock.
• DO NOT plug into a socket where several other appliances are plugged in.
• DO NOT use if the power cord is damaged or the plug does not fit the socket properly.
• DO NOT open the cooker to replace spare parts yourself.
• DO NOT use the cooker near open flames or moisture.
• DO NOT use where children can reach cooker.
• DO NOT place on unstable surfaces.
• DO NOT move the unit when the pot or the pan is on it.
• DO NOT heat an empty pot or overheat to avoid dry boiling.
• DO NOT place metallic objects such as utensils, pot lids or aluminum foil on cooker top.
• Use the unit with sufficient space around it. Keep the front side and either right or left side of the unit clear.
• DO NOT use unit on a tablecloth (vinyl) or any other low-heat resistant article.
• DO NOT place a sheet of paper between the pot or the pan and the unit. The paper may get burnt.
• If the cooker surface becomes cracked or damaged, switch unit off and have cooker repaired before using.
• DO NOT block air intake or exhaust vent.
• DO NOT touch the cooker top after removing cookware, as the top will remain hot before cooling.
• DO NOT place cooker near objects which are affected by magnetic currents such as: radios, televisions, automatic-banking
cards and cassette tapes.
• The power cord must be replaced by qualified technicians.
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Functionality & Purpose
Examples of Usable Pans
Steel or cast iron, enameled iron, stainless steel, flat-bottom pans / pots with diameter from 4 ¾ inches to 10 ¼ inches.
Examples of Non-Usable Pans
Heat-resistant glass, ceramic, copper, aluminum pans/pots. Rounded-bottom pans/pots with bottom measuring less
than 4 ¾ inches.
WARNING! DO NOT TOUCH COOKWARE, HEATING SURFACE, FOOD, OR LIQUID
WHILE THE UNIT IS IN OPERATION!
WARNING! ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT THE UNIT IS OUT OF REACH FOR CHILDREN!
Before First Use
• Remove all packaging components and make sure that the appliance was not damaged during shipping.
• Before using for the first time clean the unit surface with a slightly moist cloth and dry
(see “Cleaning and Maintenance”).
Installation
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Place the unit on a flat, heat resistant surface.
The unit is NOT designed to be enclosed or built into an area.
There must be ¾" (2 cm) of space between the bottom of the unit and any surrounding surface.
DO NOT BLOCK THE AIRFLOW OF THE UNIT!
There must be a minimum of 4" (10 cm) between the induction range and any surrounding surface to allow
sufficient airflow around the unit. Blocking the airflow will potentially overheat the unit.
COUNTERTOP
1. Place the unit on a flat, heat resistant surface.
2. Plug the power cord into a grounded electrical outlet with the appropriate voltage level. Make sure that the unit is
the only appliance plugged into the electrical outlet.
Incorrect voltage levels will damage the unit. Incorrect voltage, modification to the power cord or electrical
components will void the warranty.
DROP-IN
1. Choose a flat, heat resistant countertop for the mounting surface.
2. Measure the area of the cutout, including the countersink area.
The depth of the surface around the cutout must be reduced to allow for the countersink.
NOTE
Exposed wood or particle board edges must be sealed with an appropriate waterproofing material.
Seal the edge between the glass and the countertop with silicone or similar material. Failure to do so
may result in damage to the countertop.
3. Seal the joint between the induction warmer and countertop.
4. Plug the power cord into a grounded electrical outlet with the appropriate voltage level listed on the unit.
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Operation
WARNING!
DO NOT USE PANS WITH A BOTTOM DIAMETER GREATER THAN 10¼".
DOING SO CAUSES IRREPARABLE DAMAGE TO THIS INDUCTION RANGE.
WARNING! NEVER LEAVE THE APPLIANCE UNATTENDED WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
NOTE: DO NOT PREHEAT EMPTY COOKWARE
The advantages of induction cooking are speed and efficiency
of the distribution of heat. There is no need for pre-heating.
WARNING!
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Keep water and other liquids from
entering the inside of the unit.
Liquid inside the unit could cause
an electrical shock.
If liquid spills or boils over onto the unit,
immediately unplug the unit and remove
cookware. Wipe up any liquid with a padded cloth.
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ON/OFF Button
ADJUSTMENT Buttons
LOCK Button
FUNCTION Button
Cycles through Timer,
Temperature & Heating Power.
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WARNING!
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5 HEATING POWER Light
6 TEMPERATURE Light
7 TIMER Light
BURN HAZARD
Do not touch cookware,
heating surface, food, or liquid
while heating.
Hot foods and liquids can burn skin. Induction
heating surfaces heat very rapidly. Use caution
when adding pre-heated oil, liquid, or other food
already in the cookware.
1. Place suitable cooking utensils in the center of the top plate and plug in.
2. When pressing ON/OFF, the light of Timer, Temperature, and Heating Power will shine.
3. When pressing the FUNCTION button, Timer, Temperature, and Heating Power can be transformed circularly.
THE UNIT WILL BEGIN HEATING IMMEDIATELY.
Default Timer: 0 Minutes
Default Temperature: 248°F
Default Heating Power: 1200W
4. The Heating Power, Temperature, and Timer can be adjusted by using "+” or “-”.
Timer: 0 - 180 minutes (Be aware that if you want to cancel Timer, you need to adjust to 0 during the Timer state)
Temperature Range: 140°F - 464°F
Heating Power Range: 500W - 1800W
5. After you select the FUNCTION, press the LOCK button to lock the function you want, the lock indicator will shine.
The induction cooker has no response when pressing any other button during this state. If you want to select other functions or
close the unit, press the lock button again until it makes a sound “bi” 2 times. Every button will work normally after that.
6. This appliance is liable to get hot during use.
7. When cooking is complete, turn the unit off using the ON/OFF button.
8. After use, allow unit to cool before cleaning and storing (see "Cleaning and Maintenance").
This induction range has a 60 second cool down fan that will run once the unit is powered off.
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ERROR CODES
Cause
Solution
E0
No cookware on plate or non-usable cookware.
Place suitable cookware on cooking plate.
E1
The cooker has become too hot.
(e.g. due to blocked ventilation slots)
Clear vents, let cooker cool down before restarting.
If error message continues, contact manufacturer.
E2
Overheating protection was activated and the cooker
has switched off.
Remove cookware from cooker and let unit cool down
before restarting.
E3
Temporary voltage overload. Cooker became too hot.
Let cooker cool down before restarting.
NOTE:
For added precaution, if you receive error codes E1, E2, or E3, unplug the unit immediately and let it cool down completely.
Cleaning
WARNING! DANGER OF BURNING AND ELECTRIC SHOCK.
ALWAYS SWITCH OFF AND UNPLUG APPLIANCE AFTER USE AND BEFORE CLEANING.
LET THE APPLIANCE COOL DOWN BEFORE CLEANING AND STORAGE.
NEVER IMMERSE THE APPLIANCE IN WATER OR CLEAN IT UNDER RUNNING WATER.
1. Disconnect plug and wait until the unit has cooled down completely. Clean after using every time.
2. If the pots/pans are used without being cleaned, discoloration or cooked-on stains may be caused.
3. DO NOT use benzine, thinner, scrubbing brush, or polishing powder to clean the induction cooker.
4. Wipe using dish washing agent and damp cloth. Make sure the unit dries completely before plugging it back in.
5. Use vacuum cleaner to suck up dirt from the air intake and exhaust vent.
6. NEVER run water over the unit (water that gets inside may cause malfunction).
Limited 6 Month Warranty
All equipment, which is sold under the AVANTCO trademark and used for commercial purposes, is warranted against
defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty runs for 6 months from the date of purchase and is for the benefit
of the original purchaser only. All other Warranties, Expressed, or Implied, Statutory or Otherwise, including Without
Limitation any implied Warranty of Merchantability or Fitness for Purposes are excluded. The Seller shall in no event be
liable for direct, indirect or consequential damages in connection with AVANTCO commercial products.
This warranty is not effective if damage occurs because of accident, carelessness, improper installation, lack of proper
set – up, supervision when required of if the equipment is installed or operated in any manner contrary to the
installation and operating instructions. Using pans with a bottom diameter greater than 10 1/4” voids the warranty.
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