Acceptance Mark
Adapter Toy product testing and certification
Toy product testing and certification include
European toy standards
Toys sold in the EU must comply with the following directive
Toy Safety Directive 88/378 / EEC
General Standard EN71 toy
EN71 Part 1 mechanical and physical performance test
EN71 Part 2 Flammability Test
EN71 Part 3 8 toxic metallic element content test
EN71 Part 4 Chemistry Experiment Toys
EN71 Part 5 non-experimental Chemical toys
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EN71 Part 6 age group warning labels
EN71 Part 7 Finger paints
EN71 Part 9 General requirements for organic compounds
EN71 Part 10 Sample preparation and extraction
EN71 Part 11 Organic compound analysis
Additional electric toy testing standards EN50088 / EN62115
The standard includes all electric toys, also applies to electrical equipment (Electric Construction Sets), electrical functional toys (Electric Functional Toys), or electrical test equipment (Experimental Sets) EN 50088 / EN 62115 main testing include: signs and instructions, input power, temperature rise and non-normal operation, electric strength, mechanical strength, structure, wires, screws and components, creepage distances and clearances, fire, heat, toxic and similar hazards
EMC Directive 2004/108/EEC
For electric toys also need to comply with the relevant EMC standards, including
Electromagnetic radiation (EMI): EN55022  EN55014-1  EN61000-3-2/3
Electromagnetic immunity (EMS): EN55014-2
Wireless and communication terminal equipment R & TTE Directive
For wireless remote control toys, for example: remote control toy cars, model ships, according to R & TTE Directive need to be RF, EMC and Safety Test
Cadmium directive test and azo dye test
Cadmium test and AZO test
US toy standard
ASTM F963 Toy Safety
 physical and mechanical properties testing
 flame retardancy test
 heavy metal content test (eight toxic elements and total lead test)
Electric Toy Safety ASTM F963 + B/0 test
Electric toys EMC FCC test
Wireless remote control toys FCC test
Chinese toy standard
GB6675/GB19865 toy safety requirements
GB9832 plush cloth toys Safety and Quality
GB5296.5 toys logo and instructions
Australia, New Zealand Toys Standard
AS/Nzs iso8124
Canadian toy standard
Canada Hazardous Products (toys) Regulation
Toys, children's products, gifts, exports to European and American markets is also subject to

 91/157/EEC batteries and battery instruction
 89/109 / EEC and materials 90/128 / EEC in contact with food
 94/62/EC EC Directive packaging and materials
 91/338/EC Cd (Cadmium) instruction
 91/173/EEC Directive pentachlorophenol
 1999/815/EC PVC plasticizers ban
 2002/61/EC azo dyes
 2002/95/EC RoHS Restriction of Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment Directive
 2002/96/EC WEEE Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive
 PVC toys disabled phthalates
 color fastness test
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