Neuro Fuzzy vs Micom What is the difference between "Neuro Fuzzy" & "Micom"? I noticed some of the lower level models are only "Micom/Fuzzy Logic"
asked by Steven on December 9, 2010
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Looks like Neuro Fuzzy is quite an upgrade. Here is what Zojirushi told me what the differences are.

Micom Rice Cooker & Warmer
NS-KCC05, NS-MYC10/18, NS-LAC05, NS-WAC10/18, NS-TGC10/18, NS-XAC05/XBC05
· Micro Computerized Fuzzy Logic Technology.
· Micom has Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Logic is Micom Rice Cooker & Warmer.
· It has a "Fuzzy Logic" computer chip inside the unit.
· Micom (microcomputer chip) can tell the heating plate to turn on or off depending on the menu setting selected.
· Therefore, you can program your rice to be hard or soft, dry or watery, as in the case of making rice porridge.
· You can also program for cooking white, brown or sweet (glutinous) rice.

Neuro Fuzzy Rice Cooker & Warmer
NS-ZCC10/18, NS-ZAC10/18, NS-DAC10
· More advanced Fuzzy Logic Technology than Micom Rice Cooker & Warmer.
· "Fuzzy Logic"( Micom) + the advantage of storing past cooking data for best results.
· "Neuro Fuzzy" has 3 sensors. Room Temperature Sensor, Lid Sensor and Center Sensor.
· Those 3 sensors to make small adjustments in temperature and cooking time, according to what the thermal sensor senses.
Steven answered on December 11, 2010
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