How does an induction cooker work?

How do induction cookers work? Find out for yourself!

You’re curious about how induction cookers work? With induction technology, the pot itself becomes the generator of heat. Below the ceramic glass is a copper coil. The alternating electrical current supply to the cooker is converted from 50 Hz to approx. 25 kHz by the transformer/inverter and passed to the coil which generates heat. The secret of induction cookers is revealed.

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