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INDUKČNÍ VARNÁ
DESKA
CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°1
ANALOGY WITH THE TRANSFORMER
TRANSFORMER
INDUCTION HOB
MAGNETIC WIRE
1
PAN
SECONDARY IN SHORT CIRCUIT
2
BOTTOM OF THE PAN
AIR-GAP
3
VITROCERAMIC GLASS
PRIMARY
4
INDUCTOR
MAGNETIC WIRE
5
FERRITE
MAGNETIC FIELD
6
MAGNETIC FIELD
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THE SKIN EFFECT
Principle
In a wire
In the pan
Resulting
current
Density
of current
Thickness of the pan
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Bottom of
the pan
EFFICIENCY
comparative rate
Gas
Cast iron
Radiant
Halogen
Induction
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
It results significant energy savings
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80
90%
QUICKNESS OF HEAT
GAS
CAST IRON
RADIANT
HALOGEN
INDUCTION
Time required to bring 2 litres of water from 20°C to 95°C
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QUICKNESS OF COOLING
GAS
CAST IRON
RADIANT
HALOGEN
Decreasing to 60°C after boiling 2 litres of water
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INDUCTION
THE PANS
If you choose a pan with this logo, you will be certain that it
is absolutely compatible with your induction hob under
normal condition of use
The compatible induction pans must be made of a
magnetic material :
• Enamelled steel pans with or without non-stick coating
• In cast iron with or without enamel coating
• In ferrous stainless steel – laminated stainless steel
• In aluminium with special bottom
We advise to choose pans with a thick bottom and a minimum diameter of 12 cm
(i.e. 5 inches) for even more cooking : the heat spreads more evenly
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ZABUDOVÁNÍ
Fixing supplied with the hob
SEAL
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FITTING ABOVE A UNIT WITH A DOOR OR
A DRAWER
1- In case of a small cross piece, there
is no problem
2- In case of a rectangular cross piece
or with a closed top, make a bevelled
cut so that air comes out of the hob
3- In case of an intensive using with
more than 1 cooking zone, we advise to
make an opening on both sides of the
unit
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FITTING ABOVE AN OVEN
Oven in lower position
Other brand of oven
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Oven in upper position
Same brand of oven
FITTING ABOVE A DISHWASHER
The top of the dishwasher must
be covered with an insulation
plate (77X7781).
Ensure that there is a minimum
opening of cool air.
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EL. ZAPOJENÍ
230 V
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400 V
USING
Setting
9, 12 or 15 levels of power
from 50 to 2800W
A ‘Booster’
option function enables
the cooking zone to
reach 3600W
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USING
Safety
Automatic-Stop
9 levels
power
12 levels
power
15 levels
power
Automatic
stop after
1 to 4
1 to 7
1 to 9
8 hours
5 to 7
8 to 11
10 to 14
2 hours
8 to 9
12 and boost
15 and boost
1 hour
residual heat
display
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Children safety
Conformity with
electromagnetic
disturbance standards
MAIN COMPONENTS
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SYNOPTIC OF A GENERATOR
Main power
Inductors
Filter
5 and 12V=
power
Rectifier
Command level
Inverter
25 to 50Khz
Pilot of inverter
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keyboard
THE KEYBOARDS
with capacitive keys
IX2, IX3, IX3WR
and IX4000
High frequency signal
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THE CURRENT FILTER
 Protections against over-current due to the work of the hob
 Stop the outside and inside interferences
 Stop the outside over current
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THE FILTER IX3 and IX3WR
Earth screw
Fuse
tracks
Direct live
Live
wire
Neutral via
the relay
Neutral
Supply of
the fan
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Power relay
Direct
neutral
Command
Relay 15V=
THE RECTIFIER
Filter
rectifier
After rectifier
Before rectifier
Filter
rectifier
 Bialternation rectifier by diode bridge
 Filtering of high frequencies by condenser
Outside current 310 V= when hob doesn’t work
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THE TRANSISTOR INVERTER
V/2
Inductor
V
V/2
 2 power transistors
 2 condenser
 2 diodes
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Step 1
THE INVERTER
Working
Step 3
Step 2
Step 4
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Standard
 160mm
 180mm
 210mm
THE INDUCTORS
« Krône »
inductor
Triple crown
 280mm
 230mm
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TRIPLE CROWN INDUCTOR
GENERATOR
or
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 3 coils
 Pan diameter from 12 to 26 cm
 Only fitted on IX3WR
 Power from 50 to 2800W
 ‘Booster’ 3200W
« KRÔNE » INDUCTOR
ø pan
24 à 26 cm
26 à 28 cm
28 à 32 cm
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Center
70 %
50 %
30 %
Periphery
30 %
50 %
70 %
GENERATOR
 2 coils
 Pan diameter from 12 to 32 cm
 fitted on IX3, IX3WR and
IX4000
 Power from 50 to 2800W
 ‘Booster’ 3600W
230V~
GENERATION IX3
Earth screw,
required when
hob is working
 Repartition by 2 relay
 3 cards
 Manufactured since 1996
Supply of the
fan
Bipolar
transistors
Relay of
répartition
Rear CTN
diode bridge
Front CTN
Plug in keyboard
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IX3
Possible configurations
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230V~
Filter card
Earth screw,
required when hob
is working
Supply of the fan
Transistors
Diodes
bridge
3 crowns cooking
zone relay
supplying
Rear CTN
Front CTN
Transistors
Plug in keyboard
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IX3WR GENERATION
 Share-out through transistors
 3 cards
 3 crown cooking zones
 Manufactured since 2000
IX3WR
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IX4000 GENERATION
 Share-out with 1 relay
 2 cards
 Start of manufacturing 09/2002
 Replace gradually IX3
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DIAGNOSTIC
Breakdown of the vitroceramic glass
Impact
Overheating of the
cooking zone
(radiant or halogen)
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Contraction
Tightening too
important
DIAGNOSTIC
‘Error’ Messages
IX3 HOB
F0
F1 – F3
F2 – F4
CTN electro Temperature
< à 5°C
CTN short-circuit :
F1 front cooking zone – F3 rear
cooking zone
CTN cut-out :
F2 front cooking zone – F4 rear
cooking zone
F5
CTN electronic short-circuit
F6
CTN electronic cut-out
F7
CTN electronic > 70°C
and elec.c > à 105°C
Reversing of front & rear CTN
Test with maximum power
F8
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IX3WR and IX4000 HOBS
F1 – F3
F2 – F4
CTN short-circuit :
F1 front cooking zone – F3 rear
cooking zone
CTN cut-out :
F2 front cooking zone – F4 rear
cooking zone
F5
CTN electronic short-circuit
F6
CTN electronic cut-out
F8
CTN electronic > 70°C
and elec.c > à 105°C
Reversing of front & rear CTN
Test with maximum power
F9
Live
*
* Chenillard
DIAGNOSTIC
IX3, IX3WR, IX4000
2 A.S.S. keyboards
 IX3 with 6 wire cables
 IX3WR, IX4000 with 8 wire cables
Failure of the command
 Systematic using of the ASS keyboard
Failure of the command even though ASS keyboard is used
 Is the filter card supplied ? (IX3 and IX3WR)
 Is the power card supplied ?
 Is the power relay (fitted on the filter card) commanded ? (IX3 and IX3WR)
 Is the power relay switched on ? (working of the fan) ? (IX3 and IX3WR)
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DIAGNOSTIC
IX3, IX3WR, IX4000
Failure of the ventilation
 In case of « overheating error » message, is the installation correct ?
 Is the fan mechanically locked ?
 Is the fan supplied ? (12V= or 230V~ depending on the product)
In case of failure on just one of the inductor
 Check firstly the connection between the power card and the inductor.
 Is the repartition relay commanded (Clic-Clac) ? (IX3,IX4000)
 Is there a detecting pan problem on one of the cooking zones ? (IX3WR)
Reminder : the level ‘inverter and detection’ is doubled on the IX3WR cards.
In case of detecting pan failure :
 Is the magnet test ok ?
 Is the pan included in ‘Class induction’ list
 Has the pan the minimum diameter required (generally 12cm) ?
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230V~ after
switch on of
the relay
RELAYS
RELAYS
around
310V= when
the relay
switch on
230V~
when live
Command of the
relay when a power
is required +15V=
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TEST
POINTS IX3
TEST POINTS
IX3WR
310V=
when switch
on of the
relay
230V~
when
~ switch
~ on of the
relay
+
-
CU2 - INDUCTION – 001UK -0305, Diapositive N°36
Direct
live
Supply 15V=
power relay

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