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Jon H Bechtel, Frederick T Bauer, Joseph S Stam, Robert C Knapp, Robert R Turnbull, David J Schmidt, G Bruce Poe, David L Plangger, Robert H Nixon, Eric R Fossum, Timothy E Steenwyk: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Gentex Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, June 1, 2004: US06742904 (190 worldwide citation)

Equipment on automotive vehicle is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic varies the sensitivity of the ...


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Kelvin L Baumann, John A VanderPloeg, David A Theiste, Thomas F Guarr, Henry A Luten, George A Neuman, John S Anderson: Electro-optic system configured to reduce a perceived color change. GENTEX CORPORATION, Price Heneveld, Bradley D Johnson, July 18, 2017: US09709869 (3 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic system is provided that includes a front element having first and second surfaces, a rear element including third and fourth surfaces, wherein the front and rear elements are sealably bonded together in a spaced-apart relationship to define a chamber, and an electro-optic medium con ...


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Joakim D V Soderstrom: Forward viewing camera configured to control outside electro-optic mirror. GENTEX CORPORATION, Price Heneveld, Bradley D Johnson, April 10, 2018: US09937863

A system for controlling a dimming function of a display element of a host vehicle is disclosed. The system comprises a display element configured to provide a rearward view from the host vehicle and a sensor directed forward relative to the host vehicle. A controller is in communication with the se ...


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Bechtel Jon H, Bauer Frederick T, Stam Joseph S, Knapp Robert C, Turnbull Robert R, Schmidt David J, Poe G Bruce, Plangger David L, Nixon Robert H, Fossum Eric R, Steenwyk Timothy E: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Gentex, October 24, 2001: EP1147031-A1

Equipment on automotive vehicle (20) is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor (170, 170') having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal (164) indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic (66) va ...


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Bechtel Jon H, Bauer Frederick T, Stam Joseph S, Knapp Robert C, Turnbull Robert R, Schmidt David J, Poe G Bruce, Plangger David L, Nixon Robert H, Fossum Eric R, Steenwyk Timothy E: Commande dequipement de vehicule avec capteurs de lumiere a semi-conducteurs, Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Gentex Corporation, Gentex Corporation, MACRAE & CO, July 27, 2000: CA2356992

Equipment on automotive vehicle (20) is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor (170) having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal (164) indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic (66) varies t ...


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Jon H Bechtel, Frederick T Bauer, Joseph S Stam, Robert C Knapp, Robert R Turnbull, David J Schmidt, G Bruce Poe, David L Plangger, Robert H Nixon, Eric R Fossum, Timothy E Steenwyk: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Price Heneveld Cooper Dewitt & Litton, Gentex Corporation, January 6, 2005: US20050002103-A1

Equipment on automotive vehicle is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic varies the sensitivity of the ...


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Jon H Bechtel, Frederick T Bauer, Joseph S Stam, Robert C Knapp, Robert R Turnbull, David J Schmidt, G Bruce Poe, David L Plangger, Robert H Nixon, Eric R Fossum, Timothy E Steenwyk: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Price Heneveld Cooper Dewitt & Litton, July 18, 2002: US20020093741-A1

Equipment on automotive vehicle is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic varies the sensitivity of the ...


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Bechtel Jon H, Bauer Frederick T, Stam Joseph S, Knapp Robert C, Turnbull Robert R, Schmidt David J, Poe G Bruce, Plangger David L, Nixon Robert H, Fossum Eric R, Steenwyk Timothy E: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Gentex Corporation, sVAAS Randall S, July 27, 2000: WO/2000/043236

Equipment on automotive vehicle (20) is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor (170, 170') having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal (164) indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic (66) va ...


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Bechtel Jon H, Bauer Frederick T, Stam Joseh S, Knapp Robert C, Turnbull Robert R, Schmidt David J, Poe G Bruce, Plangger David L, Nixon Robert H, Fossum Eric R, Steenwyk Timothy E: Vehicle equipment control with semiconductor light sensors. Gentex Corporation, May 23, 2002: KR1020017009312

Equipment on automotive vehicle (20) is controlled by a system including at least one semiconductor light sensor (170, 170) having variable sensitivity to light. Each light sensor generates a light signal (164) indicative of the intensity of light incident on the light sensor. Control logic (66) var ...