Enable real-time gas concentration detection, flame temperature detection and dry burn detection with the High-End Gas Cooker featuring the Renesas RL78/G11 low pin and internally configurable analog microcontroller (MCU).

A popular appliance in many households, the gas stove requires a high demand for control and safety. This High-End Gas Cooker solution enables real-time gas concentration, flame temperature and dry burn detection. The high-end gas stove uses a 9V battery as a power supply. Ignition is started by lightly pressing the micro switch. When safety issues such as a gas leak occur, the electromagnetic valve will close to extinguish a fire immediately and sound an alarm.

With the RL78/G11 MCU's enhanced built-in peripherals, such as A/D module, timer module and buzzer output circuit, functions such as gas concentration detection, pulse ignition, ignition feedback, and an alarm can be easily performed.

Key Features

  • Includes a micro switch, high voltage pulse ignition, alarm, and electronic circuit with RL78/G11 MCU as its core
  • Power supply: 9V battery
  • Alerts for the following conditions:
    • Gas detection
      • If the concentration of the gas is too high
    • Anti-dry protection
      • If the temperature of the pot bottom is too high
    • Flame temperature detection (thermocouple temperature feedback)
      • If the flame temperature is too low, it can prevent accidental flameout

High-End Gas Cooker

High-End Gas Cooker Solution

Related Information

RL78/G11

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