Induction Cooktop Electrical Connection
- Why does the Induction Cooktop have 10 ga wire when it requires a 40 amp circuit?
- If a 40 amp circuit uses 8 ga wire, why do the CT and CI Induction Cooktops use 10 ga wire?
- Induction cooktop electrical hookup
The whip on an Induction cooktop can be a lighter wire because it is not as long of a run.
- There is more resistance on a longer run, requiring a heavier wire.
- The complete appliance must be properly grounded at all times when electrical power is applied.
- Do not ground appliance with the neutral (white) house supply wire. A separate ground wire must be used.
DID THIS ANSWER YOUR QUESTION?
We're standing by with answers
Whether you're shopping for appliances or have questions about those you already own, we've got the resources you need. Talk directly to a customer care expert at the Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove service center, or connect with an appliance consultant at an official showroom near you. Get quick answers online, or reach a certified service provider or installer. And much more.
Call us at (800) 222-7820