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IEC 62115

Electric toys – Safety

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 November 2004
Status: inactive
Page Count: 84
ICS Code (Toys): 97.200.50
ICS Code (Domestic safety): 13.120
scope:

This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity.

NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are

- constructional sets;

- experimental sets;

- functional toys (models that have a function similar to an appliance or installation used by adults);

- video toys (toys consisting of a screen and activating means, such as a joystick or keyboard. Separate screens having a rated voltage exceeding 24 V are not considered to be a part of the toy).

Additional requirements for experimental sets are given in Annex A.

Toys using electricity for secondary functions are within the scope of this standard.

NOTE 2 A doll's house having an interior lamp is an example of such a toy.

Additional requirements for toys incorporating lasers and light-emitting diodes are given in Annex E.

In order to comply with this standard, electric toys also have to comply with ISO 8124-1, since it covers hazards other than those arising by the use of electricity.

NOTE 3 Transformers for toys and battery chargers are not considered to be a toy, even if supplied with it.

NOTE 4 If it is intended that a child also plays with the packaging, the latter is considered to be part of the toy.

NOTE 5 This standard does not apply to

- toy steam engines;

- scale models for adult collectors;

- folk dolls and decorative dolls and other similar articles for adult collectors;

- sports equipment;

- aquatic equipment intended to be used in deep water;

- equipment intended to be used collectively in playgrounds;

- amusement machines (IEC 60335-2-82);

- professional toys installed in public places (shopping centres, stations, etc.);

- products containing heating elements intended for use under the supervision of an adult in a teaching context;

- portable child-appealing luminaires (IEC 60598-2-10);

- Christmas decorations.

Document History

January 1, 2019
Electric toys – Safety
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April 1, 2017
Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard specifies safety requirements for electric toys that have at least one function dependant on electricity, electric toys being any product designed or intended, whether or...
February 1, 2011
Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity. NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are –...
November 1, 2010
AMENDMENT 2 Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity. NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are – constructional...
IEC 62115
November 1, 2004
Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity. NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are – constructional...
August 1, 2004
Amendment 1 Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity. NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are - constructional...
January 1, 2003
Electric toys – Safety
This International Standard deals with the safety of toys that have at least one function dependent on electricity. NOTE 1 Examples of toys also within the scope of this standard are – constructional...

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