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CE certification of electric toy safety test project

Electric toys usually have more features to play and use by children love. As electronic circuits are used in toys, in order to fully protect children's safety, electrical safety and the related security issues resulting attracted worldwide attention. Currently, in China, the United States, European Union and other countries and regions have developed the relevant provisions and standards to control the market power toy safety.


(A) Chinese-GB 19865

The standard applies to children under the age of 14 for at least one feature requires the use of electric toys.

1.1 General experimental conditions

1.2 Test of the principle of relief

1.3 Identification and Description

1.4 Input power

1.5 fever and non-work

1.6 The electric strength at operating temperature

1.7 Moisture resistance

1.8 Electric strength at room temperature

1.9 Mechanical strength

1.10 Structure

1.11 cords and wires to protect

1.12 Components

1.13 Screws and connections

1.14 interval and electrical creepage distance

1.15 Heat and fire

1.16 Radiation, toxicity and similar hazards


(B) the provisions of the United States-ASTM F963 4.25

This provision applies to children under 14 for at least one function used by the battery-powered toys.

1.1 tag

1.2 maximum voltage

1.3 Battery Charging

1.4 non-touch nature

1.5 cells mixed

1.6 Battery Test surface temperature

1.7 the risk of overheating or burning

1.8 Manual

1.9 Electric ride-on toys


(C) EU-EN 62115

The standard applies to children under the age of 14 for at least one feature requires the use of electric toys.

1.1 General experimental conditions

1.2 Test of the principle of relief

1.3 Identification and Description

1.4 Input power

1.5 fever and non-work

1.6 The electric strength at operating temperature

1.7 Moisture resistance

1.8 Electric strength at room temperature

1.9 Mechanical strength

1.10 Structure

1.11 cords and wires to protect

1.12 Components

1.13 Screws and connections

1.14 interval and electrical creepage distance

1.15 Heat and fire

1.16 Radiation, toxicity and similar hazards


(Iv) International-IEC 62115

The standard applies to children under the age of 14 for at least one feature requires the use of electric toys.

1.1 General experimental conditions

1.2 Test of the principle of relief

1.3 Identification and Description

1.4 Input power

1.5 fever and non-work

1.6 The electric strength at operating temperature

1.7 Moisture resistance

1.8 Electric strength at room temperature

1.9 Mechanical strength

1.10 Structure

1.11 cords and wires to protect

1.12 Components

1.13 Screws and connections

1.14 interval and electrical creepage distance

1.15 Heat and fire

1.16 Radiation, toxicity and similar hazards