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With 19 power levels and a 3700-watt element, induction cooktops provide extraordinary cooking performance and flexibility.
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Induction cooking is a two-part system. An electromagnetic field of energy, and a pan with an iron-based core.
Because all the energy produced by the element goes into the pan, there's no need for a dual, or tri-ring type element.
When locked, none of the elements will operate, helping to avoid unintended activation.
Delicate sauces, melting butter, or chocolate will be simple.
Cleaning is easier since spills and splatters don't get burned on as easily.
While the cooktop does not get anywhere near as hot as a traditional cooktop, it does have a hot surface warning light for each element.
With induction, there's no delay, no response lag, since the pan itself is a heating mechanism.
Not all features available on all models.