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Darrell L Brandenburg: Anti-glare rear view mirror. General Motors Corporation, Edward J Biskup, July 14, 1987: US04679906 (174 worldwide citation)

An anti-glare rear view mirror which includes a plastic housing combined with a plastic pivot plate having laterally extending pivot shafts received in a snap action manner by a pair of bearing members integrally formed with the housing and wherein the pivot plate is combined with a plastic finger o ...


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Griffin Henry W, Everhart Vaughn D: Anti-glare rear view mirror incorporating a meltable thermoplastic material. General Motors Corporation, Sachtjen Peter D, October 8, 1974: US3840292 (6 worldwide citation)

An anti-glare rear view mirror includes a meltable medium contained between a front clear glass element and a rear reflectorized glass element. The medium has a high optical transmission when melted and a lower transmission when solidified. An operator controlled heating element melts the contained ...


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Stefano Alacqua, Francesco Butera: Shape memory actuator with bistable driven element. SAES GETTERS S P A, Steinfl Bruno, April 25, 2017: US09630560 (5 worldwide citation)

A shape memory actuator includes a supporting body, a driven element pivotably mounted on the supporting body and in permanent contact with a driving element whose movement is determined by a SMA actuating member and by at least one resilient return member acting in opposition to the SMA actuating m ...


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Bowman Karl R, Jemison Jr Lawrence L, Parker Orval H: Anti-glare rear view mirror with housing molded of plastic material. General Motors Corporation, September 19, 1972: US3692387 (3 worldwide citation)

An anti-glare rear view mirror wherein a one-piece plastic housing includes a mirror casing and support base which are hingedly connected at an integral flexible web. A prismoidal mirror element carried by the casing is selectively pivoted about the web between 'day' and 'night' viewing positions by ...


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Nagao Mitsuyoshi: Anti-glare rear view mirror. Murakami Kaimeido, May 22, 1996: GB2295251-A

In an automatic anti-glare rearview mirror system, the reflectivity of the mirror 20 is controlled 15 in accordance with the detected ambient light level 10 and the level of illumination 11 from behind the vehicle. The system is forced to adopt a DAY characteristic 13, whereby a switch to the anti-g ...


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Lu Chih Hsiung: Anti-glare rear view mirror.. Lu Chih Hsiung, Lu Jill Hui Ju, November 29, 1989: EP0344012-A2

An inside rear view car mirror includes an angle adjuster 5 having two angle adjustments for efficiently adjusting a reflecting angle of the mirror 3 for greatly reducing glare as reflected by the mirror. A supporting brace 1 for securing a mirror frame 2 of the rear view mirror 3 includes two segme ...


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Marusawa Masahiko, Tsutsumi Noriyuki: Method for manufacturing anti-glare rearview mirror for vehicles. Murakami, September 1, 2004: EP1452392-A2

A method of manufacturing an anti-glare rear-view mirror is provided. The assembled rear-view mirror includes a mirror (4), a mirror housing (5) for holding the mirror, a bracket (10) pivotally mounted to the mirror housing, and a control lever (15) pivotally mounted to the mirror housing and engage ...


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Milner Peter James: Anti glare rear view mirror. Bending Light, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, August 14, 2003: WO/2003/066379

A rear view mirror is described which comprises a first optical element of transparent material through which a proportion of the incident light is transmitted and from an incident face of which a proportion of the incident light is reflected. Behind the first optical element is positioned a second ...


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