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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In electricity, same as synchronizer, 2.
  • n. An apparatus in which the principle of the revolving mirror is employed for the study of periodic phenomena.

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  • n. an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous (especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines)


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  • Over it was a circular dial on which a pointer began to rotate slowly; with his new-found knowledge, Hardy knew this to be a synchronoscope.

    "Master Control" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • The pointer of the synchronoscope rotated clockwise as the motor picked up speed, turning ever faster.

    "Master Control" by Harl Vincent, part 4

  • As synchronizing with these cited circuits is a troublesome business, power stations utilize a so-called synchronoscope.

    4. Synchronous machines

  • The synchronoscope indication ensues through an indicator which is controlled by two systems operating in accordance with the induction principle.

    4. Synchronous machines

  • The most frequently employed measuring devices are the double frequency measuring unit, the double voltage measuring device and the synchronoscope.

    4. Synchronous machines

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