SCP 3202WH Induction Cooktop

SCP 3202WH

Induction Cooktop

  • Cool-to-touch glass ceramic induction hotplate
  • Large legible LCD display
  • Touch sensor control panels
Finished product

Main features SCP 3202WH

Single-zone induction cooktop
Cool-to-touch glass ceramic induction hotplate (induction creates heat directly in the cookware)
Time savings (60%) and power savings (50%) when cooking
Minimum heat losses (efficiency of over 90%)
Special glass surface for easy and hygienic cleaning
Microprocessor control of all processes
Single induction cooking zone (diameter 167 mm)
Suitable cookware diameter is from 12 to 19 cm
Automatic cookware detection for induction cooking
Large legible LCD display
Temperature control in the range 60 - 240 °C in 20 °C steps
10 preset heating levels in the range 200 - 1800 W
Timer for activation of a delayed shut off in the range 1 - 180 minutes adjustable in 1-minute steps
Touch sensor control panels
Control dial for faster setting of the heating level, temperature and timer
ON/OFF button for turning on or switching to the standby mode
Anti-slip feet
High degree of safety
•    Automatic shut-off after being idle for 2 hours
•    Sound signal and switch to stand-by mode when cookware is removed from the heating surface while cooking
•    Sound signal and switch to stand-by mode when inappropriate cookware is used
•    Thermal fuse against overheating of the hotplate and the inside of the cooktop with a sound signal.
•    Protection against overvoltage and undervoltage in the el. grid.
•    Automatic error detection with error messages shown on the display
Microprocessor controlled cooling fan (turns on and off automatically depending on the temperature of the cooktop)
Power input 1800 W
Length of the power cord: 1.4 m
Dimensions (width x depth x height): 280 x 355 x 74 mm
Weight: 2.6 kg
Voltage and frequency: 220-240 V, 50 Hz

Technical specifications

Cooking area INDUCTION
Number of hobs 1
Power input 1 800 W
Height 7,4 cm
Width 28 cm
Depth 35,5 cm
Weight 2,6 kg

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