The SYNCHRO TRANSMITTER (TX) converts a mechanical input, which is the angular position
of the rotor, into an electrical output signal. The output is taken from the stator windings and is used by a
TDX, a TDR, or a TR to move light loads, such as dials and pointers.
MAXIMUM INDUCED STATOR VOLTAGE occurs in a single synchro stator coil each time
there is maximum magnetic coupling between the rotor and the stator coil. This voltage is approximately
equal to the product of the effective voltage on the primary, the secondary-to-primary turns ratio, and the
magnetic coupling between the rotor and the stator coil.