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blinker

a flashing light for sending messages, as a warning device, etc., such as a direction indicator on a road vehicle

blinker

blinker
An oxygen blinker. If its lips are open, it means oxygen is being supplied. If lips are closed, it means there is no oxygen supply.
blinker
Master blinker flashes whenever any warning light on the central warning panel illuminates indicating malfunction in some system.
A warning light or indicator that blinks to confirm that the system is functioning or malfunctioning.
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Reports predict that the global automotive lighting market will grow steadily till 2020 due to rising awareness regarding road safety and growing automobile production.
In setting the level of fines, the Commission took into account the companies' sales generated in the EEA from the supply of spare automotive lighting systems to the manufacturers of passenger and commercial vehicles after the end of mass production of a car model.
Technological segmentation and analysis of the automotive lighting market
By 2020, LED technology will constitute 1/3rd of the total automotive lighting market, growing at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
The report classifies and defines the revenue for automotive lighting industry.
SABIC's selection of materials for automotive lighting include various grades from its Lexan, Ultem, Valox and Stamax resin product lines.
In return, Ichikoh will acquire a 20% stake by the end of this year in Valeo's automotive lighting equipment affiliate, which the group plans to establish in the near future, it added.
The capital tie-up enables Valeo and Ichikoh to establish a foothold in each other's automotive lighting market and expand operations into the world market, the sources said.
Automotive lighting market is relatively mature, and LED headlamp used to be the hot topic of automotive lighting area.
1% interest in Dutch electronics company Philips' (NYSE: PHG) (AEX: PHIA) combined LED components and automotive lighting business, the firms said.
There are mainly three types of technologies used in automotive lighting such as xenon, halogen and LED.
ClickPress, Wed Jan 14 2015] Automotive lighting systems comprise lighting and signaling devices that are mounted on or integrated in the exterior or interior of a vehicle.

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