Where other units fail, Garland performs with this exclusive RTCS MP Sensing System. When a pan is heated, the center of the pan can rise, unfortunately, this is where the heat sensor is located with many induction units on the market today. Not so with Garland. Our exclusive RTCS MP Sensing System has not 1 but 3 sensors, which are strategically located outside of the center to ensure positive contact with the cooking vessel for greater accuracy when sensing the temperature of the pan. Not only does this protect what is being cooked, it protects the induction unit itself. Also, the magnetic properties of cooking vessels can vary according to manufacturing standards, but Garland sensors communicate with the cooktop to ensure the correct amount of energy is being sent to deliver maximum cooking power efficiency and safety across a broad spectrum of available cookware.

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This video gives you a look at the RTCS MP Sensing System from Garland. This exclusive feature includes three sensors located outside of the center of the system for greater accuracy.

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