Advantages of Cooking with Induction Heating
The induction cooktop uses a magnetic field rather than flames or elements to create heat, so its surface remains cool to the touch, except for just underneath where the cookware sits.
Easy to clean
The cooktop's smooth, flat cooking surface area is easy to clean, and because it doesn't get too hot, food doesn't burn onto its surface.
Since the cooktop doesn't heat up, your kitchen stays cooler.
Heating efficiency Infrared-Sensor
Induction technology has a high heating efficiency and heats up cookware so fast that it can boil water and cook food faster than other types of cooking appliances.
Next Generation sensor technology and an advanced control program optimize cooking temperature. The Panasonic Infrared-Sensor quickly and accurately detects only the pot's bottom temperature and the control program rapidly raises it to the set temperature and then consistently holds it.Energy Savings
Maintaining a consistent set temperature reduces unnecessary power consumption. Panasonic's next generation Infrared-Sensor efficiently controls power settings in response to changes in cooking conditions (eg. Ingredient temperature and the size of cookware) which eliminates unnecessary heating. As a result energy usage is minimized.Temperature presets eliminate guesswork
For Pan Frying
Choose a pre-set ranging from 140 to 230 degrees, in 20-degree steps. The Panasonic Infrared-Sensor uses powerful heating to rapidly reach the desired temperature, then maintains it to cook foods all the way through for delicious results every time.
For Deep Frying
Choose a pre-set ranging from 140 to 200 degrees, in 10-degree steps. Even if you simmer foods for a long time, or add ingredients midway, the Infrared-Sensor consistently maintains the precise set temperature for perfect results every time.