On December 28, 2016, C-NCAP officially announced the evaluation results of the second batch of child restraint systems for vehicles (CRS) in 2016. A total of 17 child safety seat products participated this time. Next, let's learn how each of these 17 child safety seat products performs.
About scoring rules:
The CRS product evaluation procedure for child restraint systems is an evaluation procedure developed and researched by the China Automobile Technology Research Association Center. The main test items include multiple sets of simulated crash tests for ease of use, different fixing forms and tilt angles of child seats, such as fixed forms including children's full strap restraint straps, crash bars, and adult seat belt fixations, while the tilt angle is based on Product functions are divided into upright and tilt.
The evaluation items include two items: easy-to-use performance evaluation and collision safety performance evaluation. The maximum score for child restraint system evaluation is 40 points, including 32 points for collision safety performance test and 8 points for ease of use performance evaluation. The sum of the two evaluation content scores is the final score of the child restraint system product evaluation, which is the total score. And determine the evaluation level according to the following conditions.
The final result shows:
The product evaluation of child restraint system (CRS) is a method used to judge the safety performance of child restraint system products. The child restraint system product evaluation results are the second batch of publicity results in 2016.
According to the overall evaluation results published by C-NCAP, the results of the child restraint system products released this time are mixed. Some products are designed with high-level evaluation as the goal, increasing the emphasis on safety performance, improving all aspects of the product, and obtaining satisfactory evaluation results; some products fail to obtain good evaluation, and require product technology Level and safety requirements further increase awareness and understanding.