Definition of exciter in English:

exciter

Syllabification: ex·cit·er
Pronunciation: /ikˈsītər
 
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noun

A thing that produces excitation, in particular a device that provides a magnetizing current for the electromagnets in a motor or generator.
More example sentences
  • Although the electric leads to the exciter were doubly shielded, they nonetheless picked up energy at 60 Hz and its harmonics from ambient fields in the laboratory.
  • Armament received a shipment of ten-foot-long paper - wound tubes equipped with an electrical exciter on one end.
  • Fluorescein is injected intravenously, and serial retinal photographs using a special camera equipped with an exciter / barrier filter set are taken through the pupil.

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