How Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirrors Work?

The original automobile did not include a rearview mirror. However, it was not long before racers began installing rearview devices at one angle or another to see who was approaching without having to turn around and look.

Eventually, the rearview mirror became an essential item required by law. Mirrors on the outside of the windows to view cars approaching from either side of the vehicle and one inside to watch directly behind are installed in all auto factories. However, the glare produced from following headlights is a significant issue.

While driving around Princeton at night, you seldom have a moment without a trailing headlight. The auto-dimming rearview mirrors provided by Ramey Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM FIAT work through a process called electrochromic. Electricity runs through a gel incorporated into the rearview mirror between two glass surfaces. When glare is detected, more current passes through the gel, automatically dimming the reflection.

 

 

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