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Dip-dim device

26th August 1966, Page 44
26th August 1966
Page 44
Page 44, 26th August 1966 — Dip-dim device
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FOLLOWING the relevant recommendation of the Road Research Laboratory to the Ministry of Transport, Thorn Special Products Ltd. are to market a dip-dim unit for vehicles equipped with 12-volt d.c. electrical systems which can be used to reduce the brightness of the headlights to *rth their normal brightness. The device only operates when the lights switch is in the sidelight position and the ignition or starting switch is operative. When the lights switch is in the headlight position, the dipped and main beams operate normally.

The unit is contained in a robust aluminium can and is easy to install, the terminal connectors being of the simple press-on type. It is claimed that no maintenance is required.

Marketed by: Thorn Special Products Ltd., Thorn House, Upper St. Martin's Lane, London, W.0 .2.

Price: 39s. 6d.


Organisations: Ministry of Transport
Locations: London

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