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Liquid Instruments Lock-In Amplifier Comparison

Posted by marius 10/05/2022 0 Comment(s) 613 Test & Measurement,

Lock-in Amplifier

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

 

Key Features

Multiple demodulation modes
Select from internal and external (with or without phase-locked loop) demodulation modes, with the option to bypass the mixer stage.

Block diagram view
Easily configure, monitor, and adjust your setup at each stage in the signal processing chain.

Built-in probe points
The built-in oscilloscope and data logger are accessible via probe points. Tap any of these points in the block diagram to monitor signals and log data.

Integrated PID controller
Adjust proportional, integral, and derivative gain profiles in real-time.

Applications
Pump probe/ultrafast spectroscopy
Laser scanning microscopy (SRS, TA, etc.)
Magnet sensing (magneto-optical Kerr effect)
Laser frequency stabilizing


Compare hardware platforms

The Lock-in Amplifier runs on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Pro. Compare the platform specs to choose the right system for your application.



Moku:Go
Lock-in Amplifier


Demodulation frequency
1 mHz to 20 MHz


Input noise
3 µV/√Hz at 100 kHz


Reference mode
Internal, external, external PLL, and none


Time constant
From 128 ns


Dynamic reserve
> 100 dB


Data logging
1 MSa/s


Software & APIs
macOS App
Windows App
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW




Moku:Lab
Lock-in Amplifier


Demodulation frequency
1 mHz to 200 MHz


Input noise
30 nV/√Hz at 100 kHz


Reference mode
Internal, external, external PLL, and none


Time constant
From 32 ns


Dynamic reserve
> 120 dB


Data logging
1 MSa/s


Software & APIs
iPadOS App
Windows App
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW




Moku:Pro
Lock-in Amplifier


Demodulation frequency
1 mHz to 600 MHz


Input noise
30 nV/√Hz at 100 Hz


Reference mode
Internal, external, external PLL, and none


Time constant
From 12.8 ns


Dynamic reserve
> 120 dB


Data logging
10 MSa/s


Software & APIs
iOS App
API support for Python and MATLAB


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