Black-box



any unit that forms part of an electronic circuit and that has its function, but not its components, specified.
any comparatively small, usually black, box containing a secret, mysterious, or complex mechanical or electronic device.
Aeronautics. an electronic device, such as a flight recorder, that can be removed from an aircraft as a single package.
Automotive. a device in an electronic ignition system that generates electrical pulses.
noun
a self-contained unit in an electronic or computer system whose circuitry need not be known to understand its function
an informal name for flight recorder
n.

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