I'm in the UK, I bought a new induction hob that has the label in the picture. It mentions 7kW, although I'm not sure what those 1.5kW/2kW mean then.
Is is safe for me to use in a dedicated ring circuit that has
30A fuse in it or should I get it changed for a weaker one. In case I wouldn't have to worry about drawing more then
7000/230=30.43A. But I also read that ring circuits should be rated for
Could I just replace the 30A fuse for a 32A?
Attached the picture of the cables and wiring
EDIT2: Seems that I didn't mention the electric oven connected to the same circuit that draws 3.8A max. But I even had an electrician come have a look and he said that its very unlikely that I'd run all 4 surfaces at full power at the same time plus the oven and that the oven doesn't consume that much all the time either but it turns itself off once it reaches the target temperature. He was more concerned about an extractor fan that I had completely disregarded due to the fact that this extractor fan is a joke but it will still probably run simultaneously with the the hob so it has to be counted. And to be honest I've been using all these now for some time together and I've never used 3, let alone 4 surfaces at once (all at full power), and oven, so never had a single trip of the fuse.