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Birthday: 25-2-1982
Bio: The initial electric headlamps were introduced in 1898 on the
Columbia Electric vehicle. This firm developed just electric autos and
also provided the reduced powered headlamps as an optional device.

Two aspects restricted the prevalent use of electric headlamps in the late 1800s.
Prest-O-Lite acetylene lights were used by a number of makers as
common tools in 1904. As well as Peerless made electrical headlamps standard in 1908.
In 1912, the cutting-edge Cadillac division of General Motors incorporated their lorry's Delco electric ignition as well as lights system.


By 1945 headlamps and signal lamps were incorporated
right into the body styling. Halogen headlamp light sources were established in Europe in 1960.


In 1971, the very first H4 halogen dual
filament light bulb was coming. Bosch presents a H4 dual filament bulb
headlamp with one reflector for both light beam modes: Main and also dipped beam.


In 2013, we have the very first smart All-LED Headlamp with ANV and PML.
The smart adaptive headlamp with Energetic Evening
Vision (ANV) in IRED-technology and Pulsed Marker Light (using motoric controlled cutoff-line) is introduced
by Automotive Lighting in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
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