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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, Jon H Bechtel, John W Carter, Joseph S Stam: Electrochromic rearview mirror incorporating a third surface metal reflector and a display/signal light. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, March 12, 2002: US06356376 (379 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic mirror is disclosed for use in a vehicle rearview mirror assembly having a light source positioned behind the electrochromic mirror for selectively projecting light through the mirror. The electrochromic mirror includes front and rear spaced elements each having front and rear surf ...


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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, David J Cammenga, Robert R Turnbull, Philip B Hall, Mark D Bugno, Alan R Watson: Electrochromic rearview mirror assembly incorporating a display/signal light. Gentex Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, March 2, 2004: US06700692 (255 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment of the present invention, an electrochromic rearview mirror assembly for a vehicle includes an electrochromic mirror having a variable reflectivity, a glare sensor for sensing levels of light directed towards the front element from the rear of the vehicle, an ambient sens ...


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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, Jon H Bechtel, John W Carter, Joseph S Stam: Electrochromic rearview mirror incorporating a third surface partially transmissive reflector. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 28, 2003: US06512624 (254 worldwide citation)

The inventive electrochromic mirror may be used in a vehicle rearview mirror assembly having a light source positioned behind the electrochromic mirror for selectively projecting light through the mirror. The electrochromic mirror includes front and rear spaced elements each having front and rear su ...


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William L Tonar, Frederick T Bauer, John W Arnold, David J Cammenga, John W Carter, Bradley L Busscher, Jeremy A Fogg, John S Anderson: Electrochromic devices with thin bezel-covered edge. Gentex Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 29, 2008: US07324261 (243 worldwide citation)

A mirror includes an electro-optic mirror subassembly, and a thin-profiled bezel attached around a perimeter of the electrochromic mirror subassembly. The electro-optic mirror subassembly is supported on a carrier by an adheringly bonded heater and foam tape in a laminar arrangement. The bezel may b ...


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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, Jon H Bechtel, John W Carter, Joseph S Stam, David J Cammenga: Electrochromic rearview mirror element incorporating a third surface reflector. Gentex Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, March 22, 2005: US06870656 (185 worldwide citation)

The inventive electrochromic mirror may be used in a vehicle rearview mirror assembly having a light source positioned behind the electrochromic mirror for selectively projecting light through the mirror. The electrochromic mirror includes front and rear spaced elements each having front and rear su ...


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William L Tonar, Harlan J Byker, Kathy E Siegrist, John S Anderson, Kevin L Ash: Electrochromic layer and devices comprising same. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, July 27, 1999: US05928572 (183 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved electrochromic layers, which comprise polymeric matrices with electrochromic solutions interspersed therein. Varying an electrical potential difference across a layer of the invention results in reversible variation in the transmittance of light across the lay ...


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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, David J Cammenga, Robert R Turnbull, Philip B Hall, Mark D Bugno, Alan R Watson: Electrochromic rearview mirror assembly incorporating a display/signal light. Gentex Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, James E Shultz Jr, May 9, 2006: US07042616 (172 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment of the present invention, an electrochromic rearview mirror assembly for a vehicle includes an electrochromic mirror having a variable reflectivity, a glare sensor for sensing levels of light directed towards the front element from the rear of the vehicle, an ambient sens ...


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William L Tonar, Harlan J Byker, Kathy E Siegrist, John S Anderson, Kevin L Ash: Electrochromic layer and devices comprising same. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, March 30, 1999: US05888431 (169 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved electrochromic layers, which comprise polymeric matrices with electrochromic solutions interspersed therein. Varying an electrical potential difference across a layer of the invention results in reversible variation in the transmittance of light across the lay ...


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William L Tonar, Jeffrey A Forgette, John S Anderson, Jon H Bechtel, John W Carter, Joseph S Stam, David J Cammenga: Electrochromic rearview mirror incorporating a third surface reflector. Gentex Corporation, Yakov S Sidorin, Quarles & Brady, February 16, 2010: US07663798 (145 worldwide citation)

The inventive electrochromic mirror may be used in a vehicle rearview mirror assembly having a light source positioned behind the electrochromic mirror for selectively projecting light through the mirror and/or a light sensor positioned behind the electrochromic mirror for selectively receiving ligh ...