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I. introduction to toy EN71 certification
Toy EN71 certification is the eu market standard for toy products, and its significance is to conduct technical specifications for toys entering the European market through the EN71 certification standard, so as to reduce or avoid the harm of toys to children.
Ii. Toy EN71 certification mark
Iii. The scope of toys EN71 certification products
Toy instructions are applicable to any product or material designed or intended for children under 14 years of age to play with. If charged, the power voltage shall not exceed 24V.
Iv. Toy EN71 certification technical information
If toys are sold legally in the eu, they must meet the requirements of directive 88/378/EEC and mark the CE mark. The general standard EN71 test certification for toys includes the following tests:
-- EN71 Part 1 Physical and Mechanical testing of Mechanical and Mechanical properties.
- EN71 Part 2 flammability test.
-- EN71 Part 3 Chemical test Chemical test of eight toxic elements.
-- EN71 Part4 user manual
Copying wireless communication interrupt instruction test R&TTE instruction 1999/5/EC; For radio-controlled toys, such as: remote-controlled toy cars, ships, airplanes, toy walkie-talkie, etc. (27MHz, 40MHz, 49MHz, 433MHz, 863MHz, 2.4ghz), it should also meet the requirements of: RADIO(RF)+EMC+LVD test.
Solenoid compatibility instruction test EMC instruction (89/336/EEC); For electric toys, including battery-operated toys and toys with AC/DC switching power. In addition to the testing of general standard EN71 for toys, EMI (electromagnetic radiation) : EN55022, en55014-1, en61000-3-2/3 are also required. EMS (electromagnetic immunity) : en55014-2, en50082-1.
Threadneedle electric toy safety test EN50088; The standard includes all Electric Toys, as well as Electric Construction Sets, Electric Functional Toys, or Experimental Experimental Sets. However, transformers and chargers used with toys should not be regarded as toys, and corresponding electrical safety standards must be used. The main testing contents of EN50088 include: marks and instructions, input power, temperature rise and abnormal operation, electrical strength, mechanical strength, structure, wires, screws and components, creepage distance and electrical clearance, fire protection, heat resistance, toxic and similar hazards.