A battle ensues over so-called “anti-pinch” window and door closure technology. Anti-pinch now is covered by a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS 118) and was developed solely to rebuff dangers from the new generation of one-touch-up power windows and automatic minivan door closures. To now, anti-pinch has been handled by reversing technology built into the window or door closure motors — such as Siemens AG's Closing Force Limitation (CFL) design, which at SAE Siemens said it was ...
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