INTRODUCTION TO StVZO CERTIFICATION FRO BICYCLE LIGHTS

INTRODUCTION TO StVZO CERTIFICATION FRO BICYCLE LIGHTS

RELEASE DATE:2021-08-25 15:00
BriefThere are only a few countries in the world that regulate bicycle lamps, and Germany is a country that strictly implements bicycle lamp regulations. Germany has a special regulation on road traffic safety, namely the StVZO regulation. Products that require StVZO certification include not only parts of automobiles and motorcycles, but also bicycle lamps. Bicycle lamps that have passed StVZO certification need to be engraved with the K-mark.



THE PROCEDURE OF CERTIFICATION
• Certification application
• Data and sample preparation
• Factory audit
• Product testing (pre-compliance testing and formal testing in German)
• Prepare report
• Submit for review
• Certificate issuance


TEST ITEMS
In order to ensure road traffic safety, bicycle lamps not only need to meet the structural and performance requirements of TA2, TA3, TA4, TA5, TA14, TA23 in the StVZO regulations, but also include the installation requirements of lamps described in § 67 of StVZO. The test requirements involve the following aspects:

• photometric test
• Chromaticity test
• Low voltage indicator signal
• Low battery test and photometric test
• Environmental testing


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ECE CERTIFICATION PLEASE CONTACT
Kenneth

Kenneth Feng

Component Homologation Department
Graduated from Guangdong University of Technology with a bachelor's degree, Kenneth served for a global top 500 company focusing on regulation and testing research. Kenneth now is responsible for EV components global regulation and homologation projects in ATIC.

Phone: +86 13580524946

Mail: kenneth.feng@atic-cn.com