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    Using two 110Ah deep cycle batteries and a 1500W inverter in the motorhome. The induction plate we have (2000W) starts up in max setting, to the inverter's disgust. Looking for a 1000W induction cooker. Where do I find one, couldn't find any consuming less than 1800W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antonf View Post
    Using two 110Ah deep cycle batteries and a 1500W inverter in the motorhome. The induction plate we have (2000W) starts up in max setting, to the inverter's disgust. Looking for a 1000W induction cooker. Where do I find one, couldn't find any consuming less than 1800W.
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    1600w

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    1600W is too much

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    Our 2000W induction plate can be set lower to 1000W.
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    I have a Snappy Chef 2000watt which starts at 200 w and goes up in incriments of 200 w, I cook more on this than anything else

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    A 1000W on two 12 volt 100 odd AH batteries. I think you are going to overload an hurt those batteries
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    I found I do most of my cooking between 400 & 600 watts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudleytheplumber View Post
    I have a Snappy Chef 2000watt which starts at 200 w and goes up in incriments of 200 w, I cook more on this than anything else
    Mine sadly starts up at 2000W. The inverter shuts down before I can get it to 400W

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    The induction cookers although set at 400w still run at maximum wattage of spec just pulsed power. Similar to microwave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trudie View Post
    This is the one I have. Uses 1000w despite 200w or 400w setting. Test on inverter before buying either inverter or stove.

    They recommend a 2000w pure sine wave inverter so you can run at 800w. Draws about 4.7A. I measured this with my clamp meter.
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    We had a Salton but the problem is that it does not simmer. I pulsates, on & off. Now gathering dust in the cupboard.
    We now have a Snappy Chef which is much better. We do most of our cooking in our camper with this even though we also have gas.

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    Default Re: 1000W induction cooker

    Quote Originally Posted by Antonf View Post
    Using two 110Ah deep cycle batteries and a 1500W inverter in the motorhome. The induction plate we have (2000W) starts up in max setting, to the inverter's disgust. Looking for a 1000W induction cooker. Where do I find one, couldn't find any consuming less than 1800W.
    I wish I could help with your problem. I can just mention the Midea brand does not pulse at 2000W but only uses 200W if set at 10%. The watts go up as you increase the power. This is very handy. Unfortunately it also starts at 2000W but if you press the - bottom a few times it comes down to between 100 and 10%. It comes down with each press of the -.
    It seems your inverter has a ripid measuring circuit to cut it out. I tried the Midea on a 12V 1000W pure sine wave that is known to provide 2000W at a peak and it does work. We hardly ever cook at above 70%.

    Further some friends have got a smaller 1200W Snappy Chef which could work on your inverter. As a cheap Midea is priced at below R800 at times it might be cheaper to replace the cooker instead of the inverter.
    Last edited by ekkekan; 2019/09/25 at 07:39 PM.

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