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1. (WO2018019090) ANTI-OVERFLOWING CONTROL METHOD FOR FOOD PROCESSOR AND FOOD PROCESSOR

Pub. No.:    WO/2018/019090    International Application No.:    PCT/CN2017/091497
Publication Date: Fri Feb 02 00:59:59 CET 2018 International Filing Date: Tue Jul 04 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: A47J 31/56
A47J 31/00
A47J 43/04
A23C 11/10
Applicants: GUANGDONG MIDEA CONSUMER ELECTRICS MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.
广东美的生活电器制造有限公司
MIDEA GROUP CO., LTD.
美的集团股份有限公司
Inventors: YU, Sanying
于三营
YIN, Kunren
尹坤任
TANG, Yan
唐燕
Title: ANTI-OVERFLOWING CONTROL METHOD FOR FOOD PROCESSOR AND FOOD PROCESSOR
Abstract:
Disclosed are an anti-overflowing control method for a food processor and a food processor (100). The method comprises the steps: when the food processor (100) is powered on, judging whether the food processor (100) generates a boiling point test start instruction in a pre-set duration based on an external operation (S10); if the food processor (100) generates the boiling point test start instruction in the pre-set duration based on the external operation, starting a boiling point test process pre-stored by the food processor (100) to acquire a water boiling point of a current position where the food processor (100) is located (S20); according to the water boiling point of the current position where the food processor (100) is located, controlling the food processor (100) so that same heats water in the food processor (100) (S30); and if the food processor (100) does not generate the boiling point test start instruction in the pre-set duration based on the external operation, according to a boiling point pre-stored by the food processor (100), controlling the food processor (100) so that same heats the water in the food processor (100) (S40). In the method, a current water boiling point is tested only when a specific boiling point test start instruction is detected, thereby preventing the case where the food processor (100) is always in a heating state due to an erroneous judgement of the water boiling point, and further preventing overflowing of a mixture of water and food in the food processor (100).