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1. Safety valve: The safety valve is one of the key safety components of a gas oven. Such valves are usually designed to be sensitive to changes in gas pressure. For example, when a gas pipeline leaks or abnormal pressure rises, the valve will immediately close, cutting off the gas supply. This process is automated to quickly avoid potential dangers. Some higher-end gas ovens may also be equipped with an automatic reset feature to ensure they restart after the problem is resolved.
2. Temperature sensor: The temperature sensor inside the gas oven is to monitor the temperature of the oven cavity. If a sensor detects an abnormal increase in temperature, it may indicate a malfunction or other anomaly. For example, a sensor might sense overheating due to a faulty electrical circuit, triggering the system to cut off power or stop the gas supply, thereby preventing a fire.
3. Flame sensor: The flame sensor is used to detect whether there is an open flame in the furnace cavity. If the sensor detects an unusual open flame, it may indicate abnormal combustion conditions, which may be caused by a gas leak or ignition problem. In this case, the system can take quick action, such as closing gas valves and sounding emergency alarms.
4. Electronic control panel: Safety valves and sensors are intelligently monitored and controlled through the electronic control panel. Programs and algorithms on the panel can judge sensor signals and decide when safety mechanisms should be triggered. This kind of system can respond very accurately according to the safety standards set by the user, ensuring the user's safety when using the gas oven.
5. Emergency stop button: The emergency stop button is an important tool for user manual intervention. In the event of an emergency, the user can press the button to immediately cut off the gas supply and power supply to ensure that the situation does not deteriorate further. This button is usually designed to be simple and easy to use, allowing users to react quickly in an emergency.