Mahashakti Energy Ltd an ISO 9001 & ISO 14000 organization was established in 1994. Our Products are Distribution & Power Transformers, Electronic Energy Meters & EPC Contracts for Rural Electrification & Transmission Lines. After establishing itself into domestic market the company entered into exports. We are continuously exporting our products to many countries in Africa viz. Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Sultanate of Oman, Qatar, and Abu Dhabi, South Africa. The company has achieved the annual turnover of US$ 48 Million (INR 220 Crores) for the year 2010-11.
With thrust for forward integration, Mahashakti is foraying into Automobile Sector in the field of auto devices with invention of Auto dip NTHS.
Central Motor Vehicle Rule 106
(1) No lamp showing beam headlights to the front shall be used on any motor vehicle including construction equipment vehicle whether fitted with single or dual head lamp) unless such lamp is so constructed, fitted and maintained that the beam of car headlights emitted there from.
(a) is permanently deflected downwards to such an extent that it is not capable of dazzling any person whose eye position is,-
(A) at a distance of 8 metres from the front of lamp,
(B) at a distance of 0.5 metre to the right side of the lamps, i.e., fitted at right extreme of the vehicle, from the right edge of the haeh lamp, and
(C) at a height of 1.5 metres from the supporting plane of the vehicle:
Concept of Auto dip NTHS
AUTODIP NTHS ( Night Time Highway System) is a comfort and safety device developed to protect the people from accidents during Night Travel.Car Headlights using AUTODIP NTHS comprises of two components Auto Dipper & WAIT SIGNAL .
(a) AutodipNTHS as name suggests, the beam headlights of vehicle automatically shifts to low beam headlights when light of an approaching vehicle falls on the vehicle fitted with Auto Dipper. This will give both drivers clear vision & prevent accident due to High beam Glare, More over driver is comfortable as dipping is automatic (As per Rule 106 of CMV Rules 1989)
(b) WAIT signal is generated simultaneously on the rear of vehicle during operation of Autodip NTHS. The vehicle following for over take from behind will see the wait signal as an indication not to overtake at that instant of time. (As per Rule 6 of Rules of Road Regulations 1989)