Experiments for Young Engineers and Scientists
tool for learning science by exploring and experimenting.
documented experiments and easy to add more.
range, High school and above.
channel Oscilloscope, 1Msps, +/-16V input range
Wave Generator, 5Hz to 5kHz
voltage sources, +/5V and +/-3.3V
Counter and time measurements.
I2C standard sensors
Hardware and Free Software.
in Python programming language.
started with the User Manual
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
GNU General Public License and the hardware designs are under CERN OHL.
Join the Phoenix
Mailing List to be informed about the Training
Programs and new developments.
Latest Version of ExpEYES has been
The latest version of
ExpEYES has been released in Feb-2017. Documentation is yet to be
completed. A comparison between the new and the old versions is HERE
below this line is related to ExpEYES Junior, the version released in
- A User Manual is HERE.
- Some videos on ExpEYES17 is HERE.
- ExpEYES Junior User's Manual. Download from here
( or here)
- Programmer's Manual. Download from here
- Introduction to ExpEYES videos on you-tube(prepared
with the help of NCERT, uploaded by Shaju K Y)
- Python Programming of ExpEYES , video
Tutorial on ExpEYES
- ExpEYES Brocure. Download from here
AC & DC
and DC Separation
AM and FM
contact: Ajith Kumar B P, Inter-University Accelerator Centre,
New Delhi 110067, bpajith at gmail.com