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Automotive Vents

Find out how GORE Acoustic Vents AVS 700 and AVS 701 can enhance the performance of exterior microphones used in vehicle sound monitoring and noise cancelation systems. These vents provide the consistent high-quality sound transmission these systems rely on. At the same time, these vents reliably protect exterior microphones from challenging on-road environmental conditions.

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Automotive Vents

Find out how GORE® Acoustic Vents AVS 700 and AVS 701 can deliver a new level of acoustic quality, along with life-of-vehicle durability, to exterior microphones in automotive noise-canceling or traffic-sensing systems. Includes product performance characteristics and specifications.

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Automotive Vents

This document provides performance characteristics and specifications for GORE® Automotive Vent AVS 9, for exterior lighting applications. AVS 9 offers life-of-vehicle performance — condensation reduction, pressure equalization and ingress protection — in an industry-standard footprint. 

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Automotive Vents

Improve design flexibility

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Today’s exterior lighting trends include unique brand-identifying assemblies that incorporate more sophisticated electronics … often in spaces that are narrower, thinner or more crowded than ever before. Lighting designers are challenged to deliver all that in a way that supports today’s light-weighting and cost-down trends.

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Automotive Vents

Better ingress protection

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Advanced ingress protection can help today’s higher-value lamp assemblies deliver the reliable performance customers expect … and help OEMs and Tiers avoid warranty claims that can damage brand reputations and bottom lines.

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Automotive Vents

FEBRUARY 2015 // Condensation, dirt and deposits have a detrimental impact on headlights and noticeably reduce their performance. Thilo Haiss, Product Line Manager Automotive Lighting, describes what causes the problem and how it can be measured, explains ways to remedy the situation, and demonstrates why innovative GORE® Automotive Vents are the best option.

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Automotive Vents

Reduce Condensation

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As LED lighting proliferates in automotive applications, so does condensation. That’s because LED lamps’ heat source is at the rear of the assembly, making the lens area the cold spot where condensation forms most easily. Often with unpleasant results: foggy, cloudy or streaky lenses, and lamps that don’t shine as brightly as when they left the showroom. Condensation could also compromise integrated sensors or other electronic devices.

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Automotive Vents

This document presents the new technology that actively removes moisture from headlamps: AML’s Condensation Management Device (CMD) enabled by GORE Condensation Management Products.

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Venting

Does your Headlamp Design Delay Condensation Clearing?

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Automotive Vents

Gore’s portfolio of featured adhesive vents for automotive exterior lighting applications, along with the industry’s only solution for active removal of condensation from headlamps: The AML Condensation Management Device, enabled by GORE Condensation Management Products.

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