Nu-Wave Temperature Conversions

By Don 1

What are the corresponding temperatures on a Nu-Wave ovens with a dial from 1 to 10?

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 2, 2008

Hi, here are the oven comparison chart for the NuWave

Power Level Oven Temperature

l0Hi 350F 177C

9HI 325F 163C

8HI 300F 149C

7 275 135C

6 250 120C

5Med 225 106C

4 200 92C

3 175F 78C

2 150F 64C

1 125F 50C

Hope this helps out, tyytjones

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 2, 2008

Go to: Ask.com and type in oven temperature conversion chart. It sounds like the British system, about 275 to 500. Good Luck!

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Question: Nu Wave Temperature Conversion

Nu Wave has a temperature selection from one to ten. How do I know what the temperature is if I select a number from one to ten? For example what temperature is it if I choose number five?

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By Deanj 917 Flag

December 9, 2011

This information is in the manual of the NU Wave oven if you still have it. Otherwise, here is a conversion table from a Nu Wave Manual.

NOTE: Nu-Wave Oven uses lower cooking

temperatures to prevent burning of the

foods

while promoting faster cooking.

The following is the relation between the

power level and the inside temperature for

your reference :

Power Level Oven temperature

10(HI) 350 °F / 177 °C

9 325 °F / 163 °C

8 300 °F / 149 °C

7 275 °F / 135 °C

6 250 °F / 120 °C

5 225 °F / 106 °C

4 200 °F / 92 °C

3 175 °F / 78 °C

2 150 °F / 64 °C

1 125 °F / 50 °C

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