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Cherry GmbH
Hall 13.2, Booth H20, I21

January 2004
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The company offers a new inductive pot detection system for hobs with two to six heaters. The benefits of the new system include an open serial interface with any hob control, cost-effective sensor wiring, and precise patented detection of conductive pots and pans.

The company also offers the SCM 3 Touch Control, which is said to be ideally suited to address the needs of a touch control for larger, radiant heat, and electric cooktops (minimum 75 cm, up to 120 cm). It allows control of up to five burners with a timer, plus a warming zone control. To create a variety of cooktops with similar touch control design and operation modes, the SCM 3 can also be scaled down to allow four-burner control and removal of the timer and warming plate options. Operation of double and triple burners is a standard function, as well as safety features like auto-shut-off and child-lock.

Cherry GmbH


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