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  1. Kartikey Gupta

    Kartikey Gupta

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    I'm working on DC based Induction stove so for that i'm in need of presently available Induction Stove circuit diagram,if anybody can help directly or the other way round pls do.
     
  2. davenn

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    I think you will find that pretty much impossible to work
    DC will produce a steady magnetic field and you need a cycling field
    hence why frequency of around 13 MHz AC is common for induction stoves
     
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  3. shrtrnd

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    I was trying to figure that out too. Any I've worked on were necessarily AC.
    Are you using the right term for 'induction' stove, as in 'electrically inductive'?
    (not confusing it with types of heat: conduction, convection, radiant, .....)
    I'm just wondering.
    Is this some specialty type of application that you can tell us more about?
     
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  4. ramussons

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  5. Kartikey Gupta

    Kartikey Gupta

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    Whatever we feeed dc or ac the final conversion is high frequency ac which is responsible for magnetic field generation.
     
  6. davenn

    davenn Moderator

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    and how are you doing the conversion from DC ?
    you really need to tell us lots more about your project if you want some help
    we really have nothing to go on at the moment
    circuits
    photos etc etc
     
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