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From: Paul Burke
Subject: Re: Rain sensor for a car windshield
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 07:27:04 +0000
Organization: Scazon Systems
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Jim Thompson wrote:
> Hmmmm? I find "intermittent" works quite well here in Arizona where
> we often get very light rain... it allows the windshield to wet
> sufficiently before a "wipe" so that you don't scratch your windshield
> with the grit from a sand storm ;-)
Maybe this is obvious, but why not always squirt a bit of water
occasionally when the wipers are running? That way, you get the
lubrication no matter how little it's raining.
Didn't need sensors to tell me it was raining last night- it came
through the roof of the office!
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