For more information on the Moku Go, Pro and Lab series specifications and applications visit the blog “Are you looking to combine your laboratory into one portable Moku Lab?” or download the datasheets from the download tab.
Moku:Go’s Data Logger enables you to log data up to 1 MSa/s directly to its internal memory. The versatile front ends allows the user to select between AC / DC couplings, and ± 5 V or ± 25 V input ranges based on the experiment. It also provides user-configurable sampling rate along with duration and delay start options. Data saved to Moku:Go’s internal memory can be uploaded to computers for analysis once the measurement is complete.
Moku:Lab’s Data Logger enables you to log data directly to an SD card for long-term measurements at rates of up to 100 kSa/s, where the duration is limited only by the capacity of the SD card. Data can also be acquired at up to 1 MSa/s by saving directly to Moku:Lab’s internal memory. Data saved to Moku:Lab’s internal memory can be uploaded to the cloud for analysis once the measurement is complete.
Moku:Pro’s Data Logger enables you to log data to its 120 GB internal solid-state drive with sampling rates of up to 10 MSa/s. Four inputs are equipped with dual 10-bit and 18-bit ADCs. With blended ADC technology, input noise is down to 30 nV/√Hz at 100 Hz, providing ultra-low noise data logging from acoustic to RF frequencies. Moku:Pro is also equipped with a 10 MHz clock synchronization I/O, and four 500 MHz outputs, allowing flexible integration with other electronics.
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