cata INSF-6011 BK Induction Hob


Malangizo ogwiritsira ntchito ndi kukonza kwa hobs

The manufacturer declares that this product meets all basic requirements regarding low-voltage elec-trical equipment established in the 2006/95/EEC Di-rective of 12 December 2006 and electro-magnetic compatibility established in 2004/108/EEC Directive of 15 December 2004.

Malangizo Ogwiritsa Ntchito

All operations relative to installation (electric con-nection) should be carried out by skilled personnel in conformity with the rules in force.
As for the specific instructions see part pertaining to installer.


Touch sensitive keys
All operations can be performed using touch sensitive keys (capacitive sensors) located on the front of the control board; each key has a corresponding display. All actions are confirmed by an audible signal.

TOUCH CONTROL (Fig. 2)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-1cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-2cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-3cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-4

  1. ON / CHOLE
  2. Kuchotsa -
  3. Kuphatikiza +
  4. Double / Triple Circuit
  5. Malo ophikira
  6. Setting level display
  7. Dual circuit pilot light
  8. Illuminated Segment Multiple Circuits


All operations relating to installation (electrical con-nection) must be carried out by qualified personnel in line with current regulations.
See the part reserved for fitters for specific instructions.

Switching the Touch Control on/off

  • Pambuyo pa mains voltage is applied, the touch control initialises for approximately one second before it is ready for use.
  • All displays and LEDs flash for approximately one se-cond after resetting. Once this period is complete, all displays and LEDs switch off and the touch control is in standby mode.
  • Press the ON/OFF (1) button to switch the touch con-trol on.
  • The cooking zone displays indicate “0“. If a cooking zone is in “hot“ (high temperature) mode, the display will alternately indicate “H“ and “0“.
  • After switching the touch control on, it will remain active for 20 seconds. If no cooking zone is selec-ted, the touch control automatically switches back to standby mode.
  • The touch control can only be switched on by pres-sing the ON/OFF (1) button.
  • Pressing the ON/OFF (1) button at the same time as other buttons will have no effect and the touch con-trol will remain on standby.
  • The touch control can be switched off at any time using the ON/OFF (1) button. This is even the case when the control has been locked by the child safety feature.
  • The ON/OFF (1) button always takes priority in the switching off function.

Zozimitsa zokha
Once switched on, the touch control automatica-lly switches off after 20 seconds of inactivity. After selecting a cooking zone, the automatic off time is divided into 10 seconds, after which the zone is de-selected and, after another 10 seconds, the touch control switches off.

Switching a cooking zone on/off

  • If the touch control is switched on, the cooking zone can be selected by pressing the button (5) of the co-rresponding zone.
  • The display (6) of the zone selected lights up, while the remaining displays are dimmed. if the cooking zone is “hot”, “H” and “0” are alternately displayed.
  • Dinani batani la PLUS (3) kapena MINUS (2) kuti musankhe makonda ndipo gawo liyamba kutentha.
  • Once the cooking zone has been selected, the setting can be selected by keeping the PLUS (3) button pres-sed down. The setting begins at level 1 and increases by 1 level every 0.4 seconds. When setting “9” is rea-ched, the setting will not be changed further.
  • If the setting level has been selected using the MINUS (2) button, the start level is “9“ (maximum level). Keep the button pressed down to lower the active level by 1 every 0.4 seconds. When setting “0” is reached, there will be no further setting changed. The setting can only be changed by pressing the MINUS (2) or PLUS (3) button again.

Kuzimitsa malo ophikira

  • Select the zone to be switched off using the corres-ponding button (5). The display (6) of the zone se-lected lights up, while the remaining displays are dimmed.
  • Press the PLUS (3) and MINUS (2) buttons at the same time and the setting level of the zone is changed to 0. Alternatively, the MINUS button (2) can be used to reduce the setting level to 0.
  • If a cooking zone is “hot”, “H” and “0” will be alter-nately displayed.

Switching all cooking zones off
Press the ON/OFF (1) button to immediately switch off all zones at any time. In standby mode, an “H“ is displayed in all cooking zones that are “hot“. The remaining displays will be switched off.

Setting level

  • The cooking zone can be set to 9 levels that are indicated by the numbers “1“ to “9“ on the seven-segment LED displays (6).
  • Chizindikiro chotsalira cha kutentha
  • This informs the user that the glass is at a dange-rous temperature in the event of touching the area located around the cooking zone. The temperature is determined by a mathematical model and any resi-dual heat is indicated by a “H” on the corresponding 7-segment display.

Heating and cooling are calculated based on:

  • The selected setting level (between “0“ and “9“)
  • The ON/OFF time.
    After switching off the cooking zone, the correspon-ding display will indicate “H” until the temperature in the zone has dropped below the critical level (≤ 60°C).

Automatic off function (operating time limita-tion)
In terms of the setting level, if no operation occurs each cooking zone switches off after an established maximum time.
Each operation in the cooking zone condition (using the PLUS (3) and MINUS (2) or dual zone) restarts the maximum operating time of the zone by resetting it to its initial value.

Protection against unintended switching on

  • If the electronic control detects a button being held down for approx. 10 sec. it will switch off automati-cally. The control sends out an audible error signal to warn the user that the sensors have detected the presence of an object. The displays indicate error code “ E R 0 3 “. If the cooking zone is in “hot” mode, “H“ will be indicated alternately on the display with the error signal.
  • If no cooking zone is activated within 20 seconds after switching on the touch control, it will return to standby mode.
  • When the control is switched on, the ON/OFF button has priority over all other button and, therefore, the control can be switched off at any time, even when several buttons are pressed at the same time or a button is kept held down.
  • In standby mode, no effect will be caused by buttons being kept held down. However, before the electronic control can be switched back on, it has to detect that no button is pressed down.

Button lock child safety feature

Chitetezo cha Mwana:
Kutseka kwa batani:

  • To activate the child safety feature after having swit-ched on the Touch control, press de rear left cooking zone selection button at the same time as the MINUS button (2) for 3 seconds, followed by just the rear left cooking zone selection button. An “L” standing for LOCKED (child safety feature preventing unintended switch on) will be indicated on all displays. If a coo-king zone is in “hot” mode, “L” and “H” will be alter-nately displayed.
  • This operation must take place within a 10 successi-ve seconds and no button other than those described must be pressed. Otherwise, the sequence will be interrupted and the hob will not be locked.
  • The electronic control remains locked until it unloc-ked by the user, even if it has been switched off and back on meanwhile. Not even touch control resetting (after a voltage drop) will interrupt the button lock.

Cancelling the button lock:

  • After switching the touch control on, the child safety feature can be disabled. Press the rear left cooking zone selection button and the MINUS button (2) for 3 seconds, followed by just the MINUS button (2). If all operations are carried out in the right order within 10 seconds, the button lock will be cancelled and the touch control switched off. Otherwise, the sequence will be considered incomplete and the touch control will remain locked and will switch off after 20 se-conds.
  • Switch the touch control back on using the ON/OFF button and all displays will be indicate “0”, the de-cimal points will flash and the touch control will be ready for cooking. If a cooking zone is in “hot” mode, “0” and “H” will be alternately displayed.

Control of multiple circuitscata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-1

  • Hobs without double or triple circuit, see Fig. 2Acata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-2
  • Hob with double zone. (Fig. 2B)
  • When a dual cooking zone is activated, the two cir-cuits are switched on at the same time. Activation of the external circuit is indicated by a pilot light (7) in the bottom right corner of the display. If only the in-ternal circuit is to be switched on, the external circuit can be switched off using the dual circuit button (4).
  • Press the dual circuit button (4) again to re-activate the external circuit and the corresponding pilot light (7) will switch on.
  • Hob with triple zone. (Fig. 2C)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-3 / Hob with double and triple zone. (Fig. 2D)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-4
  • When a dual / triple cooking zone is activated, the 3 circuits are switched on at the same time. The activa-tion / deactivation of each circuit is done with button 4 and it is indicated with an illuminated segment (8).

Sound signal (buzzer)
The following activities are indicated by a buzzer du-ring use:

  • Normal button pressing by a short sound.
  • Buttons kept pressed down for more than 10 sec. by a long, intermittent sound.

Kusamala (mkuyu 3)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-5

  • When one makes use of heating elements, we ad-vise receptacles with flat bottom having same diameter or lightly higher than that of the hot area.
  • Avoid overflows of liquid, therefore when boiling has happened, or in any case when liquid is heated, re-duce the heat supply.
  • Don’t leave the heating elements on without recep-tacles on the top or with void pots and pans.
  • Ngati pamwamba pa hob yawonongeka, nthawi yomweyo chotsani chipangizocho kuchokera pa mains kuti muteteze kugwedezeka kwa magetsi.
  • Musagwiritse ntchito chotsukira nthunzi poyeretsa hob.
  • This appliance hood is not designed to be used by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacity, or who lack experience or knowledge about it, unless they have had super-vision or instructions on how to use the appliance by someone who is responsible for their safety.
  • Ana ayenera kuyang'aniridwa kuti awonetsetse kuti sakusewera ndi zida zawo.


(Mkuyu 4)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-6

  • By means of a scraper immediately remove any allu-minium foil bits, food spills, grease splashes, sugar marks and other high sugarcontent food from the surface in order to avoid damaging the hob.
  • Subsequently clean the surface with some towel and appropriate product, rinse with water and dry by means of a clean cloth. Under no circumstance should sponges or abrasive cloths be used; also avoid using aggressive chemical detergents such as oven sprays and spot removers.

Malangizo a Installer

These Instructions are for the qualified technician, as a guide to installation, adjustment and maintenance, accor-ding to the laws and standards in force. These opera-tions must always be carried out when the appliance has been disconnected from the electric system.
Kuyika (mku. 5)cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-7

  1. Front view
  2. Mbali yakutsogolo

The appliance can be fitted into a working area as illustrated on the figure. Apply the seal supplied over the whole perimeter of the working area.I f once the appliance is installed there is access to the lower part, a protection panel (wooden or some-thing similar) ought to be placed at the distance indi-cated in the figure.

Kulumikiza zamagetsi
Prior to carrying out the electrical connection, please ensure that: the plant charac- teristics are such as to follow what is indicated on the matrix plate placed at the bottom of the working area;

  • kuti mbewuyo imalumikizidwa bwino ndi dziko lapansi, kutsatira miyezo ndi malamulo omwe akugwira ntchito.
  • Kulumikizana kwa dziko lapansi ndikokakamiza malinga ndi lamulo.
  • Should there be no cable and/or plug on the equip-ment, use suitable absorption material for the wor-king temperature as well, as indicated on the matrix plate.
  • Under no circumstance must the cable reach a temperature above 50°C of the ambient tempera-ture.
  • Insert in the fixed wiring a mean for disconnection from the supply mains having a contact separation in all poles that provide full disconnection under over-voltage zikhalidwe za gulu III, molingana ndi malamulo a waya. Pulagi kapena chosinthira omnipolar chiyenera kufikika mosavuta pazida zomwe zayikidwa.
  • This appliance is not intended to be used via an ex-ternal timer or a remote control system.
  • Opangawo amakana udindo uliwonse ngati satsatira zomwe tafotokozazi komanso zopewera ngozi sizikulemekezedwa ndikutsatiridwa.
  • To avoid all risk, if the power cable becomes dama-ged, it must only be replaced by the manufacturer, by an authorised service centre, or by a qualified electrician.cata-INSF-6011-BK-Induction-Hob-fig-8

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