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Title:
OVERHEAT ALARM DEVICE OF TEMPURA PAN
Document Type and Number:
Japanese Patent JPH07171061
Kind Code:
A
Abstract:

PURPOSE: To prevent a fire due to overheating by emitting loud voices from a voice synthesizing computer connected to a temp. sensor which is mounted at a TEMPURA (Japanese fry) pan or set in frying oil.

CONSTITUTION: The temp. sensor 4 is mounted in the pan 1 which is placed on a small kitchen range and is used for frying TEMPURA or in the frying oil 3 to detect the temp. of the pan 2 or the oil 3. The computer 6 connected to the temp. sensor 4 by a connecting wire 5 operates to emit the loud synthesized voices to inform the family of a danger when the indicating output of the temp. sensor 4 attains the prescribed value, for example, about 200°C. As a result, the generation of the fire is prevented even if the family has a visitor or telephone call during cooking.


Inventors:
NAKATANI MITSUNOBU
Application Number:
JP1992000362180
Publication Date:
July 11, 1995
Filing Date:
December 25, 1992
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
NAKATANI MITSUNOBU
International Classes:
A47J37/12; (IPC1-7): A47J37/12
Domestic Patent References:
JPS6354126A1988-03-08
JPS6355941B21988-11-04
JPS6364321B21988-12-12
JP63076988B
JP63111632B
JP63199038B
JPH03264014A1991-11-25