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High-quality certification 

Lappset Yalp Product Certification

To ensure that all our interactive play sets are safe to play, we have them certified on the highest international safety standards by professional independent accredited parties. This concerns falling heights, entrapment of body parts, and other potential dangers for playground equipment. This is insufficient for electronic/interactive playsets as electronic safety needs to be part of the certification.

We advise that electronic playsets always be checked with the correct certificates to ensure the device is tested, approved, and safe to play!

The Lappset Yalp safety certificates are available on the download page.

International certification partners 

The certification process is done by Dekra, the Dutch National Certification Body (NCB).

The specific USA and Canada tests are done on the UL standards, under the scope of Eurofins MET Labs, one of the few United States NCBs. We have the cMETus and FCC marks on our product labels by complying with these standards.

The Australia/New Zealand certification compliance is done under the Standards Australia (SA) scope. We are proud to have the Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM, triangle logo) on our product labels.

Testing the Yalp Memo Interactive play pillars in a special chamber for Electromagnetic Compatibility.

Testing the Yalp Memo Interactive play pillars in a special chamber for Electromagnetic Compatibility.

These tests also include a nice shower. Yalp Memo Interactive play pillar head

These tests also include a nice shower. Yalp Memo Interactive play pillar head

Testing the Yalp Fono

Testing the Yalp Fono

Our international standards 

Electrical safety

IEC 62368-1 (International) + CB Scheme. The IEC62368 (Europe: EN62368) ensures our electronic products are safe. Our interactive products comply with the international audio/video, information, and communication technology equipment standard – part 1: safety requirements. This encompasses the safety of the electrical system broadly, including water/dust hazard testing (IP rating), fire safety, and more hazardous circumstances simulated during rough testing.

Our interactive play sets are in compliance with:

  • IEC 62368-1:2014 (International, electrical safety)
  • IEC 62368-1:2018
  • IEC 62368-1:2020+A11:2020
  • National Deviations:
    • EN 62368-1:2014 + A11 (Europe)
    • CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 62368-4-14 (Canada)
    • UL 62368-1, Ed. No. 2 (USA)
    • AUS/NZS 62368.1:2018
    • NEN 1010:2015 (The Netherlands). This is the Dutch standard on Electrical safety of low voltage systems and is included in the EN1176 certification. This is the Dutch implementation of the international HD-IEC 60364 standard.
  • CSA/UL 62368-1:2019
  • IEC 60950-22:2016 (International, electrical safety), for countries that have not yet applied the IEC 62368-1 (Israel, among others).

Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) & Radio Frequency (RF) & RSM (Radio Spectrum Matters) approval makes sure our electronic products do not bother and are not bothered by other electronic products in the field.
All our interactive play sets comply with:

  • EN55032:2015 (Emission requirements)
  • EN55035:2017 (Immunity requirements)
  • EN55016-2-1 (Conducted disturbance)
  • EN 55016-5-3 (Radiated electromagnetic disturbances)
  • EN 61000-2-3:2014 (Harmonic current emissions)
  • EN 61000-3-3:2013 (Voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker)
  • EN 61000-4-2 (Electrostatic discharge)
  • EN 61000-4-3 (Radio-frequency electromagnetic fields)
  • EN 61000-4-4 (Fast transients)
  • EN 61000-4-5 (Surge transient)
  • EN 61000-4-6 (Injected currents)
  • EN 6100-4-11 (Voltage dips and short interruptions)
  • FCC Rules and Regulations 47 CFR Chapter 1. Part 15 Subpart B (EMC)
  • ICES-003 Issue 7 (EMC)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-52 V 1.2.1 (EMC)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 V2.2.3 (EMC)
  • ETSI EN 301 908-1 V13.1.1 (RSM, cellular networks)
  • ETSI EN 301 511 V12.5.1 (RSM, mobile communications)
  • EN 62311:2022 (RSM, RF exposure)

Playground safety 

EN 1176-1:2017 + EN 1176-7:2008  makes sure our products are safe to play in a general sense.

The European playground standard EN1176 involves general safety issues for playgrounds in the public realm with inspection on various hazards like fall height, entrapment of body parts, sharp edges, construction stability and strength, maintenance, and others. Included is also EN1176-7:2008, which applies to the product installation, check, maintenance, and use.

The Keurmerkinstituut (Certification Institute), an official accredited certification institute in the Netherlands, tests the play sets.

Fun is getting a new name

Until now, you’ve known us as Yalp, but in 2024, we’re undergoing an exciting transformation into Lappset. But not much will change! We remain steadfast in our commitment to our core values. We are thrilled to operate as a brand that has more than 50 years of experience and, like us, embodies a strong culture and work ethic. Yalp becomes Lappset: Movement for every heartbeat.