© 2021 World Scientific Publishing Company.In this study, a second-generation positive current conveyor (CCII+)-based analog circuit is proposed for the electronic implementation of a different dynamical system which is an adaptation of the chaotic Lorenz differential equation set. The proposed circuit is more cost-effective and contains less active and passive elements than the circuit obtained by applying the classical parallel synthesis method with opamps. Mathematical analyses and SPICE simulations are performed for chaotic phase portraits and bifurcation diagrams. The proposed dynamical circuit is implemented on the board by using commercially available active and passive elements on the market and an experimental study is conducted. In order to demonstrate the usability of this proposed circuit in secure communication studies, three different synchronization methods are applied and one of them is implemented. The obtained experimental results are in good agreement with the mathematical analysis and simulation results.