Liquid Instruments MOKU series introduction

Posted by marius 01/04/2022 0 Comment(s) 562 Test & Measurement,

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Batter Fly has entered into an important distribution agreement with the manufacturer of scientific instruments Liquid Instruments. Liquid Instruments has three different platforms called Moku:Go, Moku:Lab and Moku:Pro, each of them incorporates different tools including: oscilloscope, waveform generator, logic analyzer/pattern generator, frequency response analyzer, PID controller, data logger, arbitrary waveform generator, spectrum analyzer, lock-in amplifier, phasemeter, laser lock box, digital filter box, FIR filter builder.


Waveform Generator

Logic Analyzer and Pattern Generator

Frequency Response Analyzer

PID Controller

Data Logger

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Spectrum Analyzer

Lock-in Amplifier


Laser Lock Box

Digital Filter Box

FIR Filter Builder

Multi-instrument Mode

Moku Cloud Compile



Flexible research, faster development, scalable in an instant
Welcome to the next generation of test. Moku:Pro is a high-performance, FPGA-based hardware platform. Blended ADC technology delivers exceptional noise performance from acoustic to radio frequencies.
Moku:Pro’s instruments support high-speed data acquisition, processing and visualization, waveform generation, and real-time control applications.

Run 4 instruments simultaneously
Configure up to 4 instruments independently or combine them to build sophisticated digital signal processing pipelines with Multi-instrument Mode.

Code, compile, and deploy custom DSP algorithms
Advanced users can use Moku Cloud Compile to design custom features and deploy them directly on Moku:Pro's FPGA.

4 analog inputs

  • Up to 5 GSa/s
  • 10/18-bit ADCs with frequency dependent blending
  • 600 MHz bandwidth
  • 50Ω / 1MΩ impedance
  • AC or DC coupling

Additional I/O

  • Dedicated trigger input
  • 10 MHz reference in and out
  • Onboard Wi-Fi, ethernet, USB
  • 120 GB high-speed SSD

4 analog outputs

  • 1.25 GSa/s, 16-bit DACs
  • 500 MHz bandwidth
  • ±5 V up to 100 MHz, ±1 V up to 500 MHz (50 Ω)


  • Exceptional low-frequency noise performance: 500 µV RMS at full input bandwidth
  • 300 ppb stability onboard clock
  • < 650 ns input-to-output latency


Flexible hardware for the next generation of test
Moku:Lab is a reconfigurable hardware platform that combines the digital signal processing power of an FPGA with versatile analog inputs and outputs. Simplify your workflow with access to 12 high-performance instruments that enable you to measure what you need when you need.

Class-leading user interface
Moku:Lab’s software is designed to elevate the user experience, streamline workflows, and maximize productivity. Touch-and-zoom capabilities on the iPad App bring a more dynamic and interactive experience to test and measurement.

2 analog inputs

  • 500 MSa/s, 12-bit ADCs
  • 200 MHz bandwidth
  • 50Ω / 1MΩ impedance
  • AC or DC coupling

Additional I/O

  • Dedicated trigger input
  • 10 MHz synchronization in and out
  • Onboard Wi-Fi, ethernet, USB
  • SD card for data storage

2 analog outputs

  • 1 GSa/s, 16-bit DACs
  • 300 MHz bandwidth
  • 50Ω impedance
  • DC coupled


  • Better than 30 nV/√Hz noise performance above 100 kHz
  • 500 ppb stability onboard clock
  • < 1 µs input-to-output latency


The complete, portable engineering lab solution
Moku:Go is a portable hardware platform for engineers and students to actively test designs and projects. Featuring 8 instruments, a full range of connectivity, and optional programmable power supplies, we've thought of everything to provide a test solution that will go wherever your ideas take you.

A user interface that makes sense
Use the intuitive Moku:Go App for Windows or Mac to configure each of the instruments, or take advantage of API support to integrate with the rest of your experiment.

2 analog inputs

  • 125 MSa/s, 12-bit ADCs
  • 30 MHz bandwidth
  • 1 MΩ impedance
  • AC or DC coupling

Digital I/O

  • 16-channel, 62.5 MSa/s

Programmable power supplies

  • Ch 1: +5 V to -5 V @ 150 mA
  • Ch 2: 0 to 16 V @ 150 mA
  • Ch 3, 4: Dual 0.6 to 5 V @ 1 A

2 analog outputs

  • 125 MSa/s, 12-bit DACs
  • 20 MHz bandwidth
  • 50 Ω impedance
  • DC coupled


  • Control systems
  • Power management
  • Early prototyping
  • Senior design

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