This notification covers consumer connectable products defined as a 'internet-connectable' product or a 'network-connectable' product. This relates to the HS Code List of Chapter 84 and 85.
In scope products include but are not limited to:
● connectable cameras, TVs and speakers
● connectable children's toys and baby monitors
● connectable safety-relevant products such as smoke detectors and door locks
● Internet of Things base stations and hubs to which multiple devices connect
● wearable connectable fitness trackers
● outdoor leisure products, such as handheld connectable GPS devices that are not wearables
● connectable home automation and alarm systems
● connectable appliances, such as washing machines and fridges
● smart home assistants
Laptops, PCs, medical devices, tablets without a cellular connection, smart charge points and smart metering products are out of scope.
Draft of the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (Security Requirements for Relevant Connectable Products) Regulations 2023; (10 page(s), in English)
The draft of the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (Security Requirements for Relevant Connectable Products) Regulations 2023 supplement Part 1 of the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act 2022 as notified to the TBT Committee under symbol G/TBT/N/GBR/44. The draft Regulations set out the UK government's intended minimum security requirements for manufacturers of consumer connectable products made available to UK consumers. They also include a list of products intended to be excepted from the regulatory regime. The draft Regulations also set out additional administrative provisions relating to statements of compliance, which are required to be provided alongside products.