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Birthday: 22-11-1982
Bio: The initial electric headlamps were introduced in 1898 on the Columbia Electric cars and truck.
This company developed just electric cars and trucks and supplied the low
powered headlamps as an optional accessory.
Two elements limited the widespread use electrical headlamps in the
late 1800s. Prest-O-Lite acetylene lights were supplied by a variety of
manufacturers as typical devices in 1904. And also Peerless made electrical headlamps common in 1908.
In 1912, the cutting-edge Cadillac division of General
Motors integrated their lorry's Delco electric ignition and also lights system.


In 1924, OSRAM release the Bilux Light bulbs
with individual filament which can be changed between low and high beam with a performance of 60 m variety and also a luminosity of 1 lux.



In 1997, the first all-LED taillamp is created by Mserati.
It is a back lights device with tail light feature, turn-indicator as well as brake light done in LED innovation. Generated by Seima, Italy for
Maserati 3200 GT.

In 2018, automotive Illumination started a minimal
collection production of IDEAL "Intelligent Digital Electronic Automotive Lighting" headlamps
with high resolution DLP-technology ("Digital Light Processing") making use of smart DMD-units
("Digital Mirror Devices") for Mercedes-Benz Maybach line.
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