synchro unit

[ sing-kroh ]
/ ˈsɪŋ kroʊ /

noun Electricity.

a type of alternating-current motor designed to maintain continuously, at some remote location, the same rotational angle that may be imposed by force upon the electrically connected rotating element of a similar motor.

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Origin of synchro unit

synchro, shortened form of synchronous
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