|Cooktop Size||12 in.||Cut-Out Front to Back Depth (in.)||13.75|
|Cut-Out Height (in.)||2.5||Cut-Out Left to Right Width (in.)||11.375|
|Element No.1 Size (in.)||7 in||Product Depth (in.)||15|
|Product Height (in.)||2.5||Product Width (in.)||12|
|Amperage (A)||15||Appliance Category||Cooktop|
|Appliance Series||Not Applicable||Appliance Type||Induction Cooktop|
|Cooktop Control Type||Digital Controls||Cooktop Features||Indicator Light- Heating Element On, Sealed Burners|
|Cooktop Surface Type||Glass Top||Element No.1 Type||Induction|
|Element No.1 Wattage||1800||Fuel Type||Electric|
|Hardware Color/Finish||Black/ Glass||Hardware Color/Finish Family||Black|
|Number of Elements||1 element||Product Weight (lb.)||8 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Voltage (V)||120 V|
|Certifications and Listings||FCC Certified, UL Listed, cETLus||Manufacturer Warranty||2 year warranty|
A: Remember: Induction cooking requires a Ferrous Metal pan. Non- Ferrous metal pots or pans such as Aluminum or Stainless Steel will not work. Stainless steel cookware with a iron core are available.
A: Thank you for reaching out to us. To achieve optimal cooking experience, we recommend using cookware that has a flat bottom and diameter of 4.5" - 10". A 12" pan can be used but you may experience hotspots. Make sure any pan used does not cover the controls.
A: Thank you for reaching out to us. A new UL Listing requirement requires a maximum of 1750 watts. That is just under 15 amps. Our patented power sharing technology makes sure maximum heat is put into the cookware when voltage fluctuates.
A: Thank you for reaching out to us. The maximum temperature setting for this cooktop is 450 degree Fahrenheit. Heat settings are best for everyday cooking. The temperature settings are best for long term cooking such as stews, sauces and soups.