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RichB3125

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Posted: 03/21/21 05:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have been using the NuWave and it's previous models for 20+ years our RVs (both 30 and 50 amp) with no problems. It is a UL listed appliance for home countertop use.

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pianotuna wrote:

Being a bit of watt freak, I always check my devices. Rarely is the name plate accurate. I find, in general, that the wattage listed is too high for the "real life" output.

Of course wattage in resistance devices is affected by the square of the voltage.


Having worked on products with "nameplate amps/watts draw" yes, in most cases actual draw will be less than the nameplate states. The nameplate rating must take into account worst case draw under all conditions including variations in draw based on design tolerances and also line voltage tolerances.


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RichB3125 wrote:

We have been using the NuWave and it's previous models for 20+ years our RVs (both 30 and 50 amp) with no problems. It is a UL listed appliance for home countertop use.

Rich


The old style nuwave induction cooker only draws 1300 watts and then only on the maximum setting or when first starting to warm the pan. The newer ones draw more, which is unfortunate.


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Oh one other recommendation.. a KILL-A-Watt. Meter. This is a plug in and then plug into meter that measures voltage, Current and the phase relationship between them (power factor) and more. It's about 1000 to 1500 worth of meters in, last I checked a 25 dollar box. Oh it measures frequency too (for you generator users)

I have found it fairly accurate (At least mine is)
You plug the oven into it and well.. It will tell you the ACTUAL draw if you push the right buttons.


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I got a NUWAVE oven for Christmas and truely love it. If believe nuwave oven reviews it is great for wings, steaks and anything you can think of. it will even fit on my Class B kitchen counter. I cannot wait to use it camping. This will take the place of my grill if I do not feel like taking it camping.

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I have a 1875 watt 1.7 CF unit. It came with a 500 mm 14/3 20 amp plug. It is a commercial oven.

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