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"... When they detect a change in light intensity, they trigger an electrical charge to be applied to the glass through a low-voltage power supply. The electricity travels through an electrochromic gel in between the two electrically conductive coated pieces of glass which make up the mirror. As a result, the mirror darkens proportionally to the light detected by the sensors. When the glare is no longer detected, they revert to their idle status. History ..." Continue Reading →
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