Experiments for Young Engineers and Scientists

         ExpEYES is from the PHOENIX project of Inter-University Accelerator Centre,New Delhi. It is a hardware & software framework for developing science experiments, demonstrations and projects without getting in to the details of electronics or computer programming. It converts your PC into a science laboratory. PHOENIX (Physics with Home-made Equipment and Innovative Experiments) project was started, in 2005 as a part of IUAC's outreach program, with the objectives of developing  affordable laboratory equipment and training teachers. Design of ExpEYES combines the real-time measurement capability of micro-controllers with the ease and flexibility  of Python programming language for data analysis and visualisation. It also functions as a test equipment for electronics hobbyists and engineering students. Software for all products from PHOENIX are distributed under GNU General Public License. The hardware designs are open and royalty-free commercial production is allowed. The current version was released in Aug-2012.

Resources to get started with ExpEYES:

Click on the icons below for information about some of the experiments performed and documented.

croplus EYES GUI
ac-dc AC & DC
Resistance of water
Powerline Pickup
Dielectric Constant
AC and DC Separation
AC Circuits
RC Transient
RL Transient
RLC Transient
RC integration
EM Induction
AC Generator
Singing magnet
Driven Pendulum
Blinking LED
Light Barrier
Gravity by Pendulum
Study LDR
Halfwave Rectifier
Fulwave Rectifier
Diode IV
Logic gate
555 oscillator
555 monoshot
Clock divider
AM and FM
Filter Circuits
Sound Frequency
Piezo Buzzer
Sound Beats
Sound Velocity
Temperature Sensors
Cooling Curve
gravity by TOF

contact:  Ajith Kumar B P, Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi 110067, bpajith at gmail.com