On average, an induction cooker uses approximately 2000 watts for an average of 2 hours a day in Singapore.
Refer to SP group electricity tariff in Singapore, it is S$0.2255 / kWh
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No, the induction cooker transfers electrical energy via the electromagnetic induction principle by magnetic fields from a coil of wire when electric current flows through it. The current from the power supply creates an electromagnetic field and produces heat. The hot burner heats the pot and the hot pot heats the contents via heat conduction. The cooking surface of induction cooking is made of a glass-ceramic material so less heat is lost through the bottom of the pot incurred less energy consumption.
Yes, induction cookers cook a meal faster than traditional electric cooktops and gas stoves. Induction cookers allows you to adjust the cooking energy instantly and heat the pot or pan compare to other methods, such as red-hot heating elements or flames.
Due to the absence of open flames , gas leakage, electric heaters and fuse inhalation, induction cooking is safer than conventional cooking, hence there is no risk of burning food.
In addition, induction cooktops allow you to set cooking duration and temperature. It will automatically switch off after the cooking cycle has been completed in order to avoid damage to the cooking appliance or over-cook the food . Here's a list of best induction cookers in Singapore that will aid you in having an easy and safe cooking.