[AI] Induction Cooker

Subramani L lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in
Thu Jul 8 11:41:39 EDT 2010


Hai Vaishnavi: 

Could you pl let me know where exactly this company is locted -or- is it
possible to check out this product in any home appliance store. 

Subramani 

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From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
[mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of V.
Jayakumar
Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2010 9:12 PM
To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
Cc: Senthil Kumar; manoj17 at gmail.com; madanmenon at gmail.com
Subject: Re: [AI] Induction Cooker

Dear Harish,

I deserve the needle in the haystack award for this find! There is a
talking
induction cooker already available for Rs 3000. Made by a Chennai
export-oriented company called Shadows Ltronix - they are open to
adapting
and customizing their unit range to suit specific needs -so this
particular
model SLS-2030 can be tweaked further! Details via links at eom.

Strangely, models available abroad advertising accessibility seem to use
tactile features only, though talking microwaves, kettles etc are easily
available.  For eg this model from
http://www.independentliving.com/prodinfo.asp?number=201106 : This 12"
square cooktop only heats when a pan made of stainless steel, enamelware
or
iron meets the surface which makes it safe to touch without getting
burned.
You can cook and warm foods almost as quickly as with a gas stove
adjusting
the settings from 120 to 420 degrees. There are 3 temperature settings,
L/M/H for keeping foods warm and a 99 minute timer. The unit has an auto
shut-off and overheat protection functions. The control panel can be
tactually marked making it accessible as well as safe, fast and energy
efficient. This item includes a covered frypan.

Since you've already figured the accessible blog for AI, perhaps you
could
start an AI Accessible Tech blog (Called @ India!) with consumer
feedback
and reviews from Indian disabled community. The AI group is very
tech-savvy
- this knowledge should be shared with the outside world, don't you
think?
For eg, this link explains the accessible induction cooker safety
features
across models is a very simple, readable way:
http://www.fredshead.info/2006/09/using-flat-cooktop-stove.html


Hope this helps! Links follow*...
*
Vaishnavi*

ACCESSIBLE PRODUCT REFERENCE LINKS FOR FURTHER CUSTOMISATION
*http://www.accessible-devices.com/appliances.html<%20http://www.shadows
ltronix.com/pcat-docs/2030.pdf>
http://www.accessible-devices.com/SaferCooking.html
http://www.accessible-devices.com/cooktop.html<http://www.fredshead.info
/2006/09/using-flat-cooktop-stove.html>
http://www.accessible-devices.com/kitchen.html
*
LINKS: TALKING INDUCTION COOKER SLS-2030*
Product Leaflet (Inaccessible Image
Pdf)<%20http://www.shadowsltronix.com/pcat-docs/2030.pdf>
Shadows Ltronix Chennai Contacts
<http://www.shadows.net.in/contact-us.htm>
*
SLS 2030*
# Power : 2000 Watts, Power Range 200W - 2000W
# Temperature range: 60C-280C, 5 modes of cooking
# 24Hrs booking function, booking function for auto On & Off
# Quick cooking, consumes less power & time
# Non fire cooking no smoke, high heat efficiency and no radiation
# Smooth surface and easy to clean

*Found this model after seeing image in classifieds ad below!
*Home appliances for sales. Talking Induction Cooker for sale in
Chennai.
06-Jul-2010   |   Tamil Nadu > Chennai

TALKING INDUCTION COOKER SLS-2030 - Rs. 2999
For More Information about Induction cooker contact Raji Chandran:
Mobile: 9841828875 / 9841828879
Email: craji09 at gmail.com


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On 7 July 2010 00:30, <accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in> wrote:

>
>
> On 7/6/10, Kotian, H P <hpkotian at rbi.org.in> wrote:
> > Hello All
> >
> > I just heard about this induction cooker. I am told it is available
in
> our
> > Indian market for Rs. 1,700 upwards.
> >
> > I suppose it is well suited to the blind and there is good scope to
make
> it
> > talking as well.
> >
> > Anyone using it? Please share your experience.
> > For more:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Induction_cooker\<http://en.wikipedia.org/w
iki/Induction_cooker%5C>
> >
> > Harish Kotian
> >
>
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