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Which Cable for an induction hob

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  • #1
    lukasz19988
    Level 5  
    Hello
    I bought a set of induction hob plus an oven (without manual) used equipment
    The plate is connected directly to the oven with cubes
    On Monday, an electrician will come to connect my equipment, I will have to buy a cable to connect
    Is 5x2.5 cable enough
    3 phase home power supply
    Connection power 16.1kW
    he writes only so much on stickers
    Plate: 230 V * 50-60Hz, 230V 6.40 kW
    Oven: max9200 W, 230 / 400V 3N ~, 50Hz
  • #3
    lukasz19988
    Level 5  
    From the switchgear to the set of 13 m.
  • #4
    kosmos99
    Level 36  
    lukasz19988 wrote:
    Oven: max9200 W

    For sure?
    lukasz19988 wrote:
    Is 5x2.5 cable enough

    It should be enough, but it's better to give 5x4.
  • #5
    lukasz19988
    Level 5  
    This is written on the sticker: max 9200 W.
    So it is better to buy 5x4?
    And if in the future I change the equipment, where a 5x2.5 mm cable would suffice, will this 5x4 be able to stay, will I have to forge and introduce a new one?
  • #6
    kosmos99
    Level 36  
    He will be able to stay. If there is to be a plate on the same wire and this oven is the minimum four.
    You have too little power allocation for these receivers.
  • #7
    lukasz19988
    Level 5  
    What are the consequences of a small power allocation to the oven and electrics?
    As for the stove, it probably will not use its full power.
    And an electrician?
    Can they knock out fuses?
  • #8
    mawerix123
    Level 39  
    And this 9200 W is sometimes not the power of the whole set :?:
    I do not want to believe that the oven itself is so powerful.
  • #9
    kosmos99
    Level 36  
    lukasz19988 wrote:
    As for the stove, it probably will not use its full power?
    and an electrician?
    Can they knock out fuses?


    It will be so.
  • #10
    retrofood
    VIP Meritorious for electroda.pl
    lukasz19988 wrote:

    3 phase home power supply
    Connection power 16.1kW
    Where did you get 16.1 kW from?
  • #11
    michcio
    Electrician specialist
    9.2 kW is certainly the power of the whole set. It is barely ~ 13.3 A on a three-phase power supply, hence a 5x2,5 mm ^ 2 cable and 16 A protection will be sufficient. Manufacturers give factory for such equipment most often even 1.5 mm ^ 2 ...
    With an allocation of 16.1 kW also will not be a problem, the pre-meter protection at this power is probably 25 A or the standard.
    It is worth mentioning that recently, for example in the UK, a circuit for electric cookers with a power output, as given by the author of the topic, would be designed and made for a power of even less than 4.5 kW, because this is how the use of power by such devices really looks like. Situations in which all fields are set to max. in the oven all heaters are heating, they do not have a place, and if it is, then it is a short-lived condition that will not lead to heating of cables or release of security.
  • #12
    lukasz19988
    Level 5  
    And if I use a 5x4 mm cable for this set, because I have already bought it, it will not be a problem?
    The pre-meter protection is exactly 25 A.
    Here I give the plate and oven model, maybe someone will find the exact data.
    Plate: Ariston model KC 62 D0 1X
    Oven: Ariston HO 87 EF.1 IX
  • #13
    kosmos99
    Level 36  
    michcio wrote:
    It is worth mentioning that recently, for example in the UK, a circuit for electric cookers with a power output as given by the author of the topic would be designed and made for power even smaller than 4.5 kW


    Like the west and such numbers ...

    lukasz19988 wrote:
    and if he uses a 5x4mm cable for this set? because I have already bought one, it will not be a problem?


    You can apply.