electron ray tube

electron-ray tube

[ih-lek-tron-rey]
noun Electronics.
a small cathode-ray tube having a fluorescent screen on which the pattern varies with the voltage applied to the grid: used chiefly in radio receivers to indicate accuracy of tuning.
Also called electric eye.
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