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  • Worth having I reckon

    The only slightly annoying bit is I think sometimes on low setting then it actually does on/off of a higher one.
    So 400W might be alternating 800W/0W for example rather than a steady 400W.

    But then I think some cheap microwaves do the same. And it’s fairly quick on/off so you don’t really notice it.

  • It's pretty common for most cooking appliances, microwaves particularly to run power fully on-off to give you a percentage (bang bang control) as opposed to PID control which would run the element / wave generator at a duty cycle

  • Any microwave that is not LG or Panasonic will be on / off, as they won't have an inverter - Panasonic own the patent, and LG are the only licensee.


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