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Offline Chaz

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Re: Electric stoves - any 110 volt models in white?
« Reply #15 on: January 04, 2008, 07:33:17 AM »
Hey Jim,
  Just curious as to what brand you bought? I run the same inverter as you, and since Tom said his didn't work on his inverter, I would want to make sure I get one that does. I just want an individual burner or two. The stove would be a waste for me.
  I too LOVE this kind of technology!!
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Re: Electric stoves - any 110 volt models in white?
« Reply #16 on: January 04, 2008, 03:29:32 PM »
belfert...I bought a two (2) element (burner) white portable cooktop from Bimart for about $25.00.  110 volt ac, 60 htz.  Plugs into a standard wall plug.  I have not tested it for amp draw.  Mine is like the "fifth burner" electric elements, but has two instead of one.  It does have a short 3 foot cord with about 14 gage wire.  Best guess between 1500 and 2000 watts both on high.  They do glow at max.  The 30 amp circuit breaker employed in my old apartment does not get warm.  The thing works great. $Cheaper$ than propane.

Wondering if the induction type cook tops would affect/effect other sensitive electronics like cell phones, ham gear, computers, stereos, heart pace makers (auuughhhhh!...thud!) and other stuff.  They do produce a intense, local magnetic field.  They have twos to work.  Also would they work using aluminumiummm cook where/wear/ware?  No iron.  Also would they work with expensive stainless steel chef quality stuff?  Dunno.  May, may not.  Best quess it would with SS.  Keeping the heat out of the coach would be sooos...cool.  :) :) :)