Definition of annunciator in English:

annunciator

Syllabification: an·nun·ci·a·tor
Pronunciation: /əˈnənsēˌātər
 
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noun

A bell, light, or other device that provides information on the state or condition of something by indicating which of several electrical circuits has been activated: [as modifier]: the annunciator panel and warning lights
More example sentences
  • The annunciator panel showed an overheat caution light, which meant the generator's constant-speed drive assembly had had enough of this flight and was ready to go its own way.
  • Multiple sweeps of the cockpit indicated the light had no related emergencies, and since I couldn't reset it, I dismissed it as a bad annunciator panel.
  • We realized something was wrong - too many annunciator lights were on.

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