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User-Friendly Touch Controls for Home Appliances

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Mierzwinski, Eugene P. ; Hamilton Standard-Essex Electric Controls Division, 9100 Airport Drive, P.O. Box 9455, Fort Wayne, IN 46899.

Appliances that use more than one cooking mode or have multiple cooking zones or cavities require more controls than their single-mode single-cavity counterparts. The addition of multiple control sets complicates panel appearance and hinders user understanding. A control system is described which can access an unlimited number of functions through a keyboard that uses three dynamically alterable key pads. For ease of use, instructions and prompting are electronically generated and incorporated into the programming sequence.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:IA-21 ,  Issue: 4 )