Also known as the WHIC02K.
Been very happy with it.
I like induction cooktops as they are more child-safe.
Of course, you need to still watch children around the children, to prevent things like hot saucepans being tipped over.
And you do need induction compatible cookware, which could be a downside if you don’t have it.
The instruction manual has a very handy error code table, which I’ll copy out here in case I need to find it quickly….
|—||Waiting status||Place a suitable pot/pan onto the Effective Induction perimeter ring|
|E0||Pot is too small||Use larger size pot or pan|
|E2||Short circuit||Device requires repair|
|E2||Open circuit||Device requires repair|
|E3||A/C Voltage too high or low||Connect the device to a correct voltage power outlet|
|E4||A/C Voltage too high or low||Connect the device to a correct voltage power outlet|
|E5||Ceramic plate overheated||Allow the device to cool down. Turn off at the A/C outlet and then turn on again|
|E6||Circuit board overheated||Allow the device to cool down. Turn off at the A/C outlet and then turn on again|