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As a circuit element, the synchro is essentially a variable-coupling transformer; the magnitude of the magnetic coupling between the primary and secondary, and hence the magnitude of the output voltage, varies according to the position of the rotatable element. In function, the synchro is an electromechanical transducer. A mechanical input such as a shaft rotation is converted to a unique set of output voltages, or a set of input voltages is used to turn a synchro rotor to a desired position.


We offer MOOG synchros with control transmitter (CX), control transformer (CT), control differential transmitter (CDX), torque transmitter (TX), and toque receiver (TR), and transmitter receiver (TRX).

M20708/78 26V-08CX4C
  • 26V-08CX4C
    M20708/78
M20708/79 26V-08CT4C
  • 26V-08CT4C
    M20708/79
M20708/80 26V-08CDX4C
  • 26V-08CDX4C
    M20708/80
M20708/1 11CT4E
  • 11CT4E
    M20708/1
M20708/2 11CX4E
  • 11CX4E
    M20708/2
M20708/3 11TR4C
  • 11TR4C
    M20708/3
M20708/4 11TX4C
  • 11TX4C
    M20708/4
M20708/5 26V-11TR4C
  • 26V-11TR4C
    M20708/5
M20708/6 26V-11TX4C
  • 26V-11TX4C
    M20708/6
M20708/7 26V-11CT4D
  • 26V-11CT4D
    M20708/7
M20708/8 26V-11CX4C
  • 26V-11CX4C
    M20708/8
M20708/9 26V-11CDX4C
  • 26V-11CDX4C
    M20708/9
M20708/81 11CDX4B
  • 11CDX4B
    M20708/81
M20708/14 15CX4D
  • 15CX4D
    M20708/14
M20708/15 15CT4C
  • 15CT4C
    M20708/15
M20708/16 15CDX4D
  • 15CDX4D
    M20708/16
M20708/19 15TRX4A
  • 15TRX4A
    M20708/19
M20708/20 15CX6C
  • 15CX6C
    M20708/20
M20708/21 15CT6D
  • 15CT6D
    M20708/21
M20708/23 15TRX6A
  • 15TRX6A
    M20708/23