There are concerns from some consumers about the dangers of radiation, much like the worries held by people in the early days of microwave cookery, but these fears are unfounded since it offers the latest tech and radiation absorption technology.
Infrared cooktops can be used with pots and pans of any material. Infrared cooktops are made of halogen lamps in a corrosion-protected metal dish. This transfers heat to the pot by direct infrared radiation. Infrared cooktops are more energy-efficient than solid electric coils and are expected to continue to improve.
Infrared is incredibly effective, using technology similar to how microwaves work since it cooks with radiation and vibrates the molecules inside the food. Sometimes this can mean food retains more moisture than if cooked with other methods using convection heat, and it's why people like infrared grills.