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Thread: Re: UL 1998 requirements (moved from [PIC])
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face picon face BY : Bob Blick email (remove spam text)



On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Harold M Hallikainen wrote:
>         There are a few exemptions.  See
> http://www.hallikainen.org/cgi-bin/section.pl?section=15.103 . Possibly
> the exemption that is easiest to get is for low frequency battery
> operated equipment:
>
>     (h) Digital devices in which both the highest frequency generated
> and the highest frequency used are less than 1.705 MHz and which do not
> operate from the AC power lines or contain

It's funny, I think there must be some more exemptions, because I look at
these toys, made in great volumes, none of which have any FCC approval. Is
Hasbro thumbing their nose at the FCC with this BIO-BUG toy, which has a
cpu running off a 4MHZ crystal? Perhaps they made a special payment to
Colin Powell's son and don't need FCC approval, or are there other sets of
exemptions?

Best regards,

Bob

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