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Birthday: 19-9-1976
Bio: The first electrical headlamps were introduced in 1898 on the Columbia Electric car.
This company built just electric automobiles and provided the reduced
powered headlamps as an optional device. Two elements restricted the prevalent use electrical headlamps in the late 1800s.

Prest-O-Lite acetylene lights were used by a variety
of manufacturers as basic equipment in 1904. As well as Peerless made electrical headlamps standard in 1908.

In 1912, the ingenious Cadillac department of General Motors integrated their lorry's Delco electric ignition as well as
lights system.

By 1945 headlamps as well as signal lights were incorporated into the body
styling. Halogen headlamp source of lights were established
in Europe in 1960.

In 1997, the very first all-LED taillamp is produced by Mserati.
It is a back lights system with tail light function, turn-indicator as well as brake light all in LED innovation. Created by
Seima, Italy for Maserati 3200 GT.

In 2018, automotive Illumination introduced intelligent
ADB-headlamps with 2nd generation LASER-modules as well as integrated safety control principle.
Online controlled LASER-modules are generating Glarefree High Beam
of light and also adapt electro-mechanically the upright as well as horizontal cut-off-lines.
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