wooden toy test
Items include drop test, small part test, sharp edge test, tensile test, stress test, seam test, component test, ear and nose eye pull, torque test and so on.
- Torque – orque & tension Torque test Required instruments: stopwatch, torque gauge, torsion forceps (2 kinds, depending on the model selection of suitable tools) Apply clockwise torque on the part within 5 seconds, twist to 180 degrees or 0.34 Nm, hold for 10 seconds and then return the part to a relaxed state Repeat the above process counterclockwise is less than or equal to 6mm, then apply a force of 50N +2 N If the maximum protruding size of the part is greater than 6mm, a force of 90N + 2N is applied. 5 seconds on the pounds, for 10 seconds
- Drop Test (Drop Test)
Instrument installation: EN floor
Test Procedure: Drop the toy five times from the 85cm + 5cm height to the EN floor in the most stringent direction.
3 impact test (mpact Test)
Equipment: 80mm +2 mm in diameter and 1kg in weight. + 0.02kg. Steel weight test procedure: Place the toy in the most vulnerable position on a horizontal steel surface with a weight from 100mm + 2mm height Free-fall smashing toys once. Contact with the drive mechanism can not be harmful.
- Pressure Test (Compression Test) Test Procedure: Place the toy on a level, rigid surface and place the toy under test above.
A pressure of 110 N + 5 N is applied to the area to be measured through a rigid metal indenter with a diameter of 30 mm + 1.5 mm, and the pressure is maintained for 5 seconds on the weight for 10 seconds.
– EN71 Part 2 Flammali0lity test Flammability test includes flammability testing of flammable materials: hair clothing, etc.
– EN71 Part 3 Chemical test chemical test, which tests the content of 8 kinds of toxic elements (8 kinds of toxic elements) to meet the standard requirements, these 8 kinds of toxic elements include:
–EN71 Part 4 user manual Manual
EMC Directive Testing EMC Directive (2004/108 / EC) For electric toys, including battery-operated toys and toys with AC / DC converter power.
In addition to the toy universal standard
EN71 test, but also to meet the relevant standards of electromagnetic compatibility, involving:
EMI (Electromagnetic Radiation): EN55022, EN55014-1, EN61000-3-2 / 3, EN61000-6-3
EMS (Electromagnetic Immunity): EN55014-2, EN50082-1, EN61000-6-1
The EN50088 standard includes all electric toys and also applies to Electric Construction Sets, Electric Functional Toys, or Experimental Sets, but transformers and chargers used with toys can not be used For toys, you must use the appropriate electrical safety standards.
The main test contents include: signs and instructions, input power, temperature rise and abnormal operation, electrical strength, mechanical strength, structure, wires, screws and components, creepage distances and clearances, fire and heat. Toxic and similar hazards.