Definition of Synchronoscope

1. Noun. 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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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synchronoscope

synchronization gear
synchronizations
synchronize
synchronized
synchronized clock
synchronized diving
synchronized skating
synchronized swimmer
synchronized swimming
synchronizer
synchronizers
synchronizes
synchronizing
synchronologies
synchronology
synchronoscope (current term)
synchronous
synchronous converter
synchronous motor
synchronous operation
synchronous orbit
synchronously
synchronousness
synchrony
synchros
synchroscope
synchroscopes
synchrotron
synchrotron light
synchrotron radiation

Literary usage of Synchronoscope

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in frequency ... The synchronoscope is not intended to be kept energized when ..."

2. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in ... The synchronoscope is not intended to be kept energized when not in use ..."

3. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in frequency between the alternators. The deflection of the pointer from zero ..."

4. Switching Equipment for Power Control by Stephen Quentin Hayes (1921)
"A . recording device made by Schweitzer and Conrad, for attaching to a synchronoscope consists essentially of a paper holding and shifting device, ..."

5. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"Use of Lamps Instead of a synchronoscope. Fig. 160 shows how lamps may be used on low voltage machines. If the machine were a 110-volt alternator, ..."

6. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"Use of Lamps Instead of a synchronoscope. Fig. 160 shows how lamps may be used on low voltage machines. If the machine were a 110-volt alternator, ..."

7. High and Low Tension Switchgear Design by A. G. Collis (1913)
"Diagrams showing Synchronizing by Lamps and synchronoscope. shows the connexions using synchronoscope and lamps, with no interlocking, the latter, ..."

8. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in frequency ... The synchronoscope is not intended to be kept energized when ..."

9. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in ... The synchronoscope is not intended to be kept energized when not in use ..."

10. Electrical Machinery: A Practical Study Course on Installation, Operation by Fred Anzley Annett (1921)
"Each revolution of the synchronoscope pointer represents one cycle difference in frequency between the alternators. The deflection of the pointer from zero ..."

11. Switching Equipment for Power Control by Stephen Quentin Hayes (1921)
"A . recording device made by Schweitzer and Conrad, for attaching to a synchronoscope consists essentially of a paper holding and shifting device, ..."

12. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"Use of Lamps Instead of a synchronoscope. Fig. 160 shows how lamps may be used on low voltage machines. If the machine were a 110-volt alternator, ..."

13. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"Use of Lamps Instead of a synchronoscope. Fig. 160 shows how lamps may be used on low voltage machines. If the machine were a 110-volt alternator, ..."

14. High and Low Tension Switchgear Design by A. G. Collis (1913)
"Diagrams showing Synchronizing by Lamps and synchronoscope. shows the connexions using synchronoscope and lamps, with no interlocking, the latter, ..."

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