electrical parts and devices

Synonyms and related words:
alternator, anode, armature, autoconverter, autostarter, autotransformer, battery charger, brush, cap, capacitor, cathode, charger, choking coil, coil, commutator, compensator, condenser, controller, converter, coupling, cutout, distributor, dynamo, dynamotor, electrode, electrophorus, electroscope, fuse, galvanic pile, galvanoscope, generator, grid, ground, ignition, inductor, insulator, interrupter, jumper, lightning rod, magnet, magneto, magnetoscope, motor-generator, oscillator, oscilloscope, outlet, pile, plug, pocket, points, push button, reactor, receptacle, rectifier, relay, resistance box, resistor, rheostat, self-starter, selsyn, shunt, socket, spark coil, spark plug, starter, step-down transformer, switch, synchronous converter, tap, terminal, time switch, timer, toggle switch, transformer, trickle charger, voltage changer, voltage regulator, voltage transformer

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