A: Aluminum Plates
The non-magnetic properties of Aluminum makes it a suitable material to place beneath the burners to protect complex electronics from electromagnetic fields and from the high temperatures produced during cooking.
Ferrites underneath the copper coils resist the magnetic field, focusing the field on the pot directly above.
C: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
The Transistor cuts up the electric current’s wavelengths, rapidly switching the power on and off. The process impulses the pan’s electron fields in and out of alignment, producing heat through intermolecular rubbing.
D: Central Processing Unit
The CPU propels current to the respective inductor coil, which yields a magnetic field. Sensors connected to the CPU perceives and upholds the temperature of the pan.
E: Wiring to CPU & Burners
Copper conductors, bundled to uniformly dispenses the load, conveys the current from the breaker panel to the CPU
F: Cookware Sensors
Sensors in each coil/inductor detect the temperature of the cookware on top. This safety feature ensures that the current deactivates if the cooktop overheats.
G: Inductors (Burners)
These copper coils’ magnetic fields induce heat-producing currents in the cookware.
H: Control Panel
The heat settings are displayed digitally on a numerical scale