Laser 2000

Data Logger


Available on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Pro hardware

Liquid Instruments

Data Logger

The specifications for Moku:Go, Moku:Lab and Moku:Pro‘s Data Logger all vary however, they all store data from the signals you analyse. Their specifications can be found in the specifications tab.

Below is the Data Logger’s user interface showcasing some of the key features explained below:

Key Features of the Data Logger:

Flexible export options with the versatile Moku Data Logger

It’s easy to log critical voltage data on each independent input channel. Log to internal memory, a solid-state drive, or an SD card depending on your hardware platform. Once you’re done, export data directly to your computer or cloud-based storage.

Drive your signal and log the output

With the embedded Waveform Generator, choose from five prebuilt waveforms and generate on up to four output channels, all within the Data Logger instrument.

Set it and forget it with advanced scheduling and triggered start

Schedule a log to start after a delay of up to 10 days, or set up a trigger event to start your logging session. Make long-term measurements limited only by the internal storage of the device or the size of your SD card.

Export your data how you want it, where you want it

Easily export data to an SD card, Dropbox, email, iCloud, or the iPad “My Files” folder. Log data to binary files and convert to plain text (CSV) or MATLAB (.MAT) files using the LI file converter.

Engineered to work seamlessly with your preferred APIs

API integration with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW allows straightforward automation of your Moku device in complex setups or for repetitive tasks. Save your measurements, screenshots, traces, and other settings locally or to your preferred cloud app. You can also send work to yourself or colleagues within the Moku app.


  • Embedded instrument data logging
  • Environment monitoring
  • Vibration analysis
  • Sensor data recording
  • Temperature monitoring

The Data Logger runs on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab and Moku:Pro. You can compare the platform specifications below:

Data Logger
Data Logger
Data Logger
Input channels
2 2 4
Acquisition rate
1 MSa/s with one channel enabled
500 kSa/s with two channels enabled
Into RAM: 1 MSa/s with one channel enabled
Into RAM: 500 kSa/s with both channels enabled
Into SD card: 100 kSa/s one/both channel enabled
10 MSa/s with one channels enabled
5 MSa/s with two channels enabled
2.5 MSa/s with four channels enabled
Input range
± 5 V to ± 25 V – 5 V to 5 V Up to – 20 V to + 20 V
Input impedance
1 MΩ 50 Ω/1 MΩ 50 Ω/1 MΩ
Logging options
Internal memory (8 GB) RAM (522 MB) or internal storage (8 GB) Solid-state drive (120 GB)
Deployable in Multi-instrument Mode?
Yes N/A Yes
Software & Utilities
Windows, macOS, iPadOS, and visionOS apps
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW
Windows, macOS, iPadOS, and visionOS apps
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW
Windows, macOS, iPadOS, and visionOS apps
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW
Data Logger Datasheet - Moku:Go
Data Logger Datasheet - Moku:Lab
Data Logger Datasheet - Moku:Pro
Data Logger User Manual - Moku:Go
Data Logger User Manual - Moku:Lab
Data Logger User Manual - Moku:Pro

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