Moku:Lab performs the function of ten professional-grade instruments in a single device.
By combining DC-coupled analogue inputs and outputs with an FPGA, Moku:Lab brings you high-speed and configurable digital signal processing. With these technologies, it can measure, record, and generate signals from DC to 200 MHz and switch between instruments in a matter of seconds.
Moku:Lab wirelessly communicates with an iPad* either by hosting its own Wi-Fi network or by connecting to a local Wi-Fi network. It's also capable of Ethernet connectivity, so you can even interact with your experiment in labs where Wi-Fi isn't permitted.
You'll quickly begin operating Moku:Lab without the need for lengthy software installs or driver updates. The Moku:Lab App contains everything you need to enable real-time control of your experiment and low-latency data streaming. Its intuitive user interface enables you to effortlessly share your data via Dropbox, iCloud, or email and save it to the included 8GB SD card in CSV or MAT format. The App even keeps the hardware up to date with additional instruments as they are released for free in the future!
Ultimately, the multifunctional, high-speed, and intuitive nature of Moku:Lab allows you to elevate productivity, increase workflow, and enhance the whole test and measurement experience without compromising functionality and performance.
If you're still unsure, then try it yourself. You can simulate instruments in demo mode and instantly share data by downloading the Moku:Lab App* free of charge from the App store.
* Moku:Lab works with any Apple iPad with a Retina Display.
Liquid Instruments was founded by Prof. Daniel Shaddock, Department of Quantum Science, Australian National University. Prof. Shaddock was recently elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society for pioneering development of precision optical interferometry in space, particularly for the detection of gravitational waves and for mapping the gravitational field of the earth.
The expert team at Liquid Instruments have backgrounds in laser interferometry, precision metrology, data science, software design, and engineering, with previous experience at NASA and many other research institutions. With this in mind, you can be assured that all of the instruments are nothing less than professional-grade.
|Specifications: MOKU2.0 (UK)|
More datasheets coming soon.
|2 Channel Analogue Inputs||AC/DC coupling
50 Ω / 1 MΩ impedance
200 MHz bandwidth (-3 dB)
500 MS/s, 12-bit ADCs
±5 V or ±0.5 V input range
|2 Channel Analogue Outputs||DC coupled
50 Ω impedance
200 MHz maximum frequency (300 MHz analogue bandwidth)
1000 MS/s, 16-bit DACs
|Clocks||Ultra-stable oscillator (accuracy better than 500 ppb)
10 MHz reference input
10 MHz reference output (-3 dBm)
|Connectivity And Storage||Wi-Fi
8 GB SD Card
|External TTL trigger input|
|Red-Green-Blue under-lighting (for differentiation between multiple Moku:Lab units)|
|Pricing:||£4,800.00 (iPad not included)|
|Lead Time||Please Call|
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