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I'm trying to design a very low power (<=10W) inductive heating circuit that will heat the work material to 40-50degC. I've seen plenty of Royer Oscillator circuits online (see here: http://www.rmcybernetics.com/images/induction-heater-schematic.jpg) but how can the temperature output be configured in the circuit? Also, I want to make the power draw as low as possible. What are some parameters I can play with to achieve these design constraints?

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Well, the power draw will be pretty dependent on how much power you're dumping into your load, varying the supply voltage would be a pretty simple way of regulating the power output of a resonant circuit.

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