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Time Narration
00:01 Welcome to the Spoken Tutorial on Overview of ExpEYES Junior.
00:06 In this tutorial, we will learn about,

ExpEYES webpage

Different experiments using ExpEYES junior device

Content available in various tutorials in ExpEYES series

00:23 To record this tutorial, I am using

Ubuntu Linux OS 16.04 ExpEYES version 3.1.0 and Firefox browser version 60.0

00:38 To follow this tutorial, you should have

Knowledge of basic high school Physics.

00:45 Here are the important links to open ExpEYES.



00:51 Open your default web browser.
00:54 In the address bar type http://expeyes.in/ejun.html and press Enter.
01:07 ExpEYES page opens.
01:10 Scroll down to the page.
01:12 Here we can see various experiments that can done using ExpEYES junior device.
01:19 Click on the experiment as per your choice.
01:23 For example, I am choosing AC generator. Click on AC generator link.
01:30 AC generator page opens. Here we can see the connections and plot for AC generator experiment.
01:40 Similarly users can create their own experiments using ExpEYES junior device.
01:47 This is the ExpEYES junior device
01:51 This is the interface of ExpEYES junior software.
01:56 Now, we will briefly go through the individual tutorials in this series.
02:01 We will begin with Introduction to ExpEYES Junior.
02:05 This tutorial explains,

About ExpEYES Junior device


How to buy the device

Installation on different operating systems.

02:20 Let us listen to the video clipping of the tutorial.
02:39 The next tutorial is Panel connections and software interface.
02:44 This tutorial explains about,

Various terminals on the panel,

Accessory set and Software interface.

02:56 Here is the video clipping of the tutorial.
03:16 The next tutorial is Communicating to ExpEYES using Python.
03:21 This tutorial will explains how to -

Measure AC voltage using Python

Generate square and sine waves

Measure capacitance and resistance using Python

03:36 Let us listen to the video clipping of the tutorial.
03:56 The next tutorial in the series is Conductivity of ionic solutions.
04:02 This tutorial explains how to

Measure Conductivity

Calculate resistance of ionic solutions.

04:12 Here is the video clipping.
04:30 The next tutorial is Electro-Magnetism.

This tutorial explains about,

Electro-magnetic induction

04:40 Mutual induction of coils

Voltage induced by a rotating magnet

Resonance of driven pendulum.

04:51 Let us listen to the video clipping.
05:10 The next tutorial is Characteristics of Sound Waves
05:14 This tutorial explains about,

Frequency response and forced oscillations of a sound source

Calculate velocity of sound

Interference and beats of sound waves

05:30 Let us listen to the video clipping.
05:55 The next tutorial is Steady state response of circuits.
06:00 This tutorial will explain how to-

Calculate Phase shift values

AC phase shift in: RC, RL and LCR circuits.

06:12 Let us listen to the video clipping.
06:33 The next tutorial is Transient Response of Circuits.
06:38 This tutorial will explain about-

Transient response of RC, RL and LCR circuits

Under damped discharge of LCR circuit

RC integration and differentiation

06:55 Let us listen to the video clipping.
07:19 The next tutorial is Diode Rectifier and Transistor.
07:24 This tutorial explains about,

PN Junction diode

Diode as rectifier

Diode & LED IV characteristics and

Transistor CE

07:41 Let us listen to the video clipping of the tutorial.
08:01 Let us summarize. In this tutorial, we have learnt about,

ExpEYES webpage

Different experiments using ExpEYES junior device

Content available in various tutorials in ExpEYES series

08:19 ExpEYES Junior is designed and developed by the PHOENIX project of Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi.
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09:29 This tutorial is contributed by Kaushik Datta and Madhuri Ganapathi. Thank you for watching.

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