INDUCTION
HOB
IH-F3B
User Instructions
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Fig.1
[DISPLAY_TIMER]
H
G
[-TIMER_KEY]
[HEATER_DISPLAY]
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[HEATER_n_KEY]
D
F
[+TIMER_KEY]
A- On/Off Key
B- Key lock
C- Stop & Go key
D- Cooking zone selection keys
E- Power slider selection
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[HEATER_DISPLAY]
I
[HEATER_n_KEY]
D
[HEATER_DISPLAY]
I
[HEATER_n_KEY] [STOP_GO_KEY]
D
E
C
B
[POWER_SLIDER]
[KEYLOCK_KEY]
F- Increment Key “+”
G- Decrement Key “-”
H- Timer Display
I- Cooking zones display
A
[ON_OFF_KEY]
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Carefully read this use and maintenance
manual, where important information
about installation, use and maintenance
safety is provided. Keep this manual for
future reference. Any installation operation
(electric connections) shall be performed
by specialized personnel, in compliance
with all standards and regulations in force.
Separate the various waste materials from
packaging and delivery to the nearest
recycling center
INTENDED USE
•This cooktop is intended for use in
households and similar environments.
•This cooktop is not intended for outdoor
use.
•This cooktop is not to be used in mobile
locations such as ships.
•Use the cooktop only in householdtype situations for the preparation and
warming of food. All other types of use
are not permitted.
•Individuals who are incapable of using
the appliance safely because of their
physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or their lack of experience or knowledge
must not use this appliance without
supervision or instruction by a responsible
person.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
•Children under 8 years of age must be
kept away from the cooktop unless they
are under constant supervision.
•Children 8 years and older must only be
allowed to use the cooktop if they have
been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards
involved.
•Children shall not play with the appliance.
•Cleaning and user maintenance shall not
be made by children without supervision.
•WARNING: The appliance and its
accessible parts become hot during use.
Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements.
•WARNING: Unattended cooking on
a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous
and may result in fire. NEVER try to
extinguish a fire with water, but switch off
the appliance and then cover flame e.g.
with a lid or a fire blanket.
•WARNING: The cooktop is hot during
use and remains so for some time after
being switched off. The risk of burns
remains until the residual heat indicators
have gone out.
•CAUTION: The cooking process has to be
supervised. A short term cooking process
has to be supervised continuously.
•DANGER OF FIRE: Do not store items
on the cooking surfaces!
•Metallic objects such as knives, forks,
spoons and lids should not be placed on
the hob surface since they can become
hot.
•Always switch the cooking zones off after
use!
•The appliance is not intended to be
operated by means of an external timer
or separate remote-control system.
•RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! If the
cooktop is defective or chipped, cracked
or broken in any way, immediately
switch it off and do not continue to use
it. Disconnect it from the electrical power
supply.
• For users who wear a pacemaker: When
the cooktop is in use it is surrounded by
an electromagnetic field. It is unlikely that
this will affect a pacemaker. However, if
in doubt consult the manufacturer of the
pacemaker or your doctor.
•
Objects affected by electromagnetic
fields, for instance credit cards, CDs and
calculators, should be kept away from the
cooktop when it is on.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
These installation instructions are
intended for a specialized installer and
are meant as guidelines for the hob
installation, adjustment and maintenance,
in compliance with any regulations and
standards in force. If a built-in oven or any
other appliance generating heat is to be
mounted directly under the vitro-ceramic
hob, IT IS NECESSARY THAT SUCH
AN APPLIANCE (the oven) AND THE
VITROCERAMIC HOB ARE PROPERLY
INSULATED. Failure to comply with this
precaution might result in the incorrect
operation of the TOUCH CONTROL
system.
POSITIONING
This household appliance has been
designed for built-in installation onto a
worktop, as shown in the figure (Fig.2). Use
sealing material along the whole perimeter
- Fig.4 (Cut dimensions- Fig.2). This
operation is necessary in order to prevent
any liquid from entering inside the hob,
being that the flatness of the top, the glass
and their coupling cannot be assured. Fix
the appliance on the worktop by using the
4 supports, taking the work top thickness
into account (Fig.2). If, after installation, the
lower part of the appliance is accessible
from the lower part of the cabinet, it will be
necessary to mount a spacing panel at the
distances given (Fig.3). If the appliance
is installed under an oven, this step will
not be necessary. The appliance is not
intended to be operated by an external
timer or a separate remote control system.
It’s necassry a free space below the
cassette of the device, in order to allow
proper ventilation of the appliance.
The safety distance between the unit and
an optional exhaust hood must be above
that provided by the manufacturer of the
hood.
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ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS (Fig.7)
Before carrying out any electric
connections, please make sure that:
-the ground electric cable is 2 cm. longer
than the other cables;
-
the electrical system meets any
requirement mentioned in the rating
label found on the underside of the work
top;
-the electrical system is equipped with
an efficient grounding system and
compliant with any standards and law
directives in force.
The grounding system is required by
law.
In the case the appliance is not equipped
with a power cord and/or the related
plug, please use a material suitable for
the power absorption value mentioned
in the rating label and for the operating
temperature. If a direct connection to
the electric network is required, you
need to use an omnipolar power switch
with a switch-contact gap of at least 3
mm, suitable for the value mentioned
in the label, and compliant with the
related standards in force (the yellow/
green ground connection shall not be
interrupted by the change-over switch).
Once the appliance installation is
completed, the omnipolar switch shall be
easily accessible.
The power cord, after installation of the
appliance, must not be subjected to
mechanical stresses (such as crushing
due to the movement of the drawers) and
should not come into contact with any hot
parts of the plan.
MAINTENANCE (Fig.6)
Before cleaning the cooktop to wait for it
to cool down.
Remove any food residue and grease
drops from the cooking surface, by using
the special scraper provided on request.
Clean the heated area in the best way
possible, using suitable products and a
paper towel, then rinse with water and
wipe away with a clean cloth.
Through the use of the special scraper
(optional), promptly remove any pieces
of aluminum foil and plastic material,
which might have accidentally melted, or
sugar or food remains, and/or remains of
sugary foods, from the heated surface.
In this way, any possible damage to the
surface is prevented.
The use of abrasive sponges or irritating
chemical cleaners, such as sprays for
ovens or cleaning agents is not allowed
under any circumstance.
INDUCTION SYSTEM
Functioning:
The fundamental characteristic of the
induction system is the direct transfer of
heat from the generator to the cooking
recipient.
Advantages:
-The transfer of power takes place only
when the recipient is placed on the
cooking zone.
-The heat is generated only at the base
of the recipient and transferred directly
to the food to be cooked.
-Reduced heating time and low
consumption of power during the
beginning of cooking, allow a global
saving of power.
-The fibreglass top remains cold, the
heat felt on the cooking top is that
reflected from the base of the recipient.
COOKING RECIPIENTS
The use of appropriate recipients is an
essential factor for induction cooking.
Check that your recipients are suitable
for the induction system.
The recipients must contain iron.
You can check whether the material of
the recipient is magnetic with a simple
magnet. The use of recipients in cast
iron, enamelled steel or special steel for
induction is recommended.
In order to obtain the best performance
from the cooking top:
- use recipients having a flat base (Fig.5).
- use the cooking area appropriate for
the diameter of the recipient in order to
make use the power optimally (Fig.5).
- do not use recipients with a rough base
to avoid scratching the thermal surface
of the top.
COOKING ZONE
DIAMETER
MINIMUM PAN
DIAMETER
Ø 145 mm
80 mm
Ø 210 mm
130 mm
Ø 240 mm
160 mm
TOUCH CONTROL (Fig.1)
[DISPLAY_TIMER]
H
G
[-TIMER_KEY]
F
[+TIMER_KEY]
[HEATER_DISPLAY]
I
[HEATER_n_KEY]
D
[HEATER_DISPLAY]
I
[HEATER_n_KEY]
D
[HEATER_DISPLAY]
I
E
[POWER_SLIDER]
[HEATER_n_KEY] [STOP_GO_KEY]
D
C
B
A
[KEYLOCK_KEY]
[ON_OFF_KEY]
A- On/Off Key
B- Key lock
C- Stop & Go key
D- Cooking zone selection keys
E- Power slider selection
F- Increment Key “+”
G- Decrement Key “-”
H- Timer Display
I - Cooking zones display
SET THE POWER LIMIT
To set the power limit for the hob follow
these steps:
- disconnect and reconnect the hob to
the mains.
- within 30 seconds remove the control
lock feature by pressing the B key,
then simultaneously press the F, and
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G keys and the A key. A beep sounds,
the “Po” characters will be shown in the
timer display H and the “actual Cooktop
Power Limit” will be shown in the left
and right end cooking zones displays I.
- select a new Power Limit using the F
and G keys. The selectable powers
are: 2800W, 3500W, 6000W or 7200W.
When the power is 7200W, if the [+] or
[-] key is touched the power changes to
2800W.
-
Once you have chosen the new
power limit confirm the settings by
simultaneously pressing the F and G
keys and the A key. The hob will switch
off and return to the initial setting with
the control lock on.
CONTROL LOCK
Switch on the hob by pressing key A.
Controls can be locked in order to prevent
any risk of unintentional changes to the
setting (children, cleaning operations,
etc.); this function can only be
activated with all the cooking zones
off . Press the [-] key within 10” from the
hob switching on , then simultaneously
press the B key found on the left lower
side; the symbol will appear on the F
displays to confirm your selection.
When the control lock is activated you
can switch the hob off. In this case, the
control lock is still activated, even when
the hob is switched on again.
To unlock the hob permanently, press the
[-] key again, then simultaneously press
the key B found on the left lower side; the
symbol will appear on the F displays to
confirm your selection.
SWITCHING THE COOKING TO ON
Press A key to switch the top on.
All the displays F relative to the cooking
zones switch on in the standby position
. The control unit remains active for 20
8
seconds. If no cooking zone is selected
within this time, the ccoking top switches
off automatically.
SWITCHING COOKING ZONE ON
Press key A to switch the hob on.
Select the desired cooking zone, by
pressing one of the B keys.
Press the [+] or [-] keys to increase or
decrease the power of the cooking zone.
The power of each single cooking zone
can be set in 9 different positions and will
be shown in the F display with a number
ranging from to .
BOOSTER FUNCTION
This feature further reduces the cooking
time of a given area while raising the
temperature at the maximum power for
an interval of 10 minutes. At the end of
this period the power of the cooking zone
automatically switches back to level 9.
The use of this function is indicated for
the heating in very short times of large
amounts of liquid (eg. Water for cooking
the pasta) or dishes.
To enable this feature select the cooking
zone and press down to the level 9.
Press the button again. You will hear a
beep and the symbol will be displayed in
the display on the area.
PAUSE / RECALL
During the cooking it is possible to
temporarily block the cooking by pressing
the pause / recall key. All the displays will
light up with a message which rotates
continuously.
To resume cooking press the pause
tatso / recall and the hob will return to the
original settings.
TIMER
This function allows you to automatically
turn off a cooking zone after a certain
time. Press either [+] or [-] key and set
the timer from 1 to 99 minutes.
The LED of the selected zone flashes
and the time, when this reaches zero, the
LED of the selected zone turns off and an
audible beep intermittently.
To turn off the acoustic sound press any
button on the stove.
POWER
LEVEL
OPERATING TIME
LIMIT (hours)
1
10
2-3
5
4
4
5
3
6-8
2
RESIDUAL HEAT
If the temperature of the cooking zone
is still high (over 50°) after it has been
switched off, the relative display will
indicate the symbol
(residual heat).
The symbol will only switch off when the
burn risk in no longer present.
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POT DETECTION
If the symbol should appear on one of
the cooking area displays, it means that:
1)The recipient being used is not suitable
for induction cooking.
2)The diameter of the recipient used is
inferior to that allowed by the appliance.
3)No recipient is present.
SWITCHING COOKING ZONES OFF
To switch a cooking zone off , press
the key B related to this zone , bring the
power level back to by pressing the [-]
key, then press the B key related to this
zone to confirm your selection.
SWITCHING COOKING TOP OFF
To turn off the cooking top entirely hold
down the A key.
SAFETY SWITCH
The appliance has a safety switch that
automatically switches off the cooking
zones when they have been operating
for a certain amount of time at a given
power level.
DISPOSAL OF OLD ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
• Old electrical and electronic appliances
often still contain valuable materials.
However, they also contain harmful
substances that were essential for the
proper functioning and safe use of the
equipment. Handling these materials
improperly or disposing of them in your
household waste can be harmful to your
health and the environment. Therefore,
please do not dispose of your old
appliance with regular household waste.
•Old appliances may contain materials
that can be recycled. Please contact
your local recycling authority about the
possibility of recycling these materials.
•Please be sure that your old appliance
does not pose a danger to children while
being stored for disposal.
THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES
ALL
RESPONSIBILITY
FOR
POSSIBLE
DAMAGES
CAUSED
BY NOT ABIDING TO THE ABOVE
MENTIONED WARNINGS.
THE WARRANTY IS NOT VALID IN
THE CASE OF DAMAGE CAUSED
BY FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE
ABOVE WARNINGS.
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Information for household electric hobs
In acc. with regulation (EU) No. 66/2014
Model name / identifier
built-in
Type of hob
3
Number of cooking zones and/or areas
Heating technology
Induction cooking zones and cooking areas, radiant cooking
zones.
1. = Induction
2. = Induction
3. = Induction
For circular cooking zones: diameter of useful surface area/ mm 1. =1.230x390
= Ø 240
cooking zone
Ø 145
2. =2.Ø= 140-280
For non-circular cooking zones or areas: length and width
= Ø 210
3. =3.230x390
of useful surface area per electric cooking zone or area
Energy consumption per cooking zone or area
calculated per kg (ECelectric cooking )
Energy consumption for the hob calculated per kg
(ECelectric hob)
1
10
2
3
Wh/kg
Wh/kg 1. =1.193,6
= 183,6
2. =2.173,2
= 176,9
3. =3.193,6
= 181,0
Wh/kg
186,8
180,5
1. = 230x390
2. = Ø 140-280
3. = 230x390
1. = 193,6
2. = 173,2
3. = 193,6
186,8
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3PCLIOBIS830KDD
08 novembre 2016
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