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Induction cooker circuit design

Induction cooker circuit design

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Published by: Mr. Pushparaj Ghodke on Sep 05, 2009
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February 2007 Rev 2140
AN2383Application note
A single plate induction cookerwith ST7FLITE09
Introduction
This application note describes ST’s
Induction Cooking Evaluation Board 
which can be usedto evaluate ST components or to get started quickly with your own induction cookingdevelopment project.Induction cooking is not a radically new invention; it has been widely used all around theworld. With recent improvements in technology and the consequent reduction of componentcosts, Induction Cooking equipment is now more affordable than ever.The evaluation board provides a chance to understand how an induction cooker works andto make an in depth examination of the various blocks and parts of this type of cookingapplication such as the driving topology, how the resonant tank works, how the pot gets hotand how to remove it safely from the cooking element.The board is entirely controlled by a simple ST7FLITE09 8-bit microcontroller, whichprovides the PWM driving signals, the user interface and drives the fan and relay control tothe plate feedback.The complete single plate evaluation board runs with 1.5 KBytes of C code.
 
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this design is for 220/50hz ac mains supply, do you have a design intended for 220/60hz ac mains
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