Moku:Lab’s
Lock-in Amplifier

Extract signals with high precision
using our 200 MHz Lock-in Amplifier.

Great strides in atom interferometry with Moku:Lab

Learn more in the publication from Stanford’s Kasevich Group: “A 40 W, 780 nm laser system with compensated dual beam splitters for atom interferometry”.

Your data, anywhere,
with Remote Access

Learn how to enable remote access
for Moku:Lab so you can monitor your
experiments from home.

Try Moku:Lab’s
Windows App (beta)

Join the beta test to be among the first to experience Moku:Lab’s user-friendly interface from your Windows device. Now with the Lock-In Amplifier and Frequency Response Analyzer.

Modernize
your classroom

The United States Air Force Academy has implemented Moku:Lab at every level of engineering education. Get inspiration for your classroom from their coursework samples.

Do More With Moku:Lab

The world’s most flexible test and measurement platform. Combining the signal processing power of an FPGA with high-speed analog hardware to deliver great performance for 12 instruments and counting.

Twelve powerful instruments
Twelve powerful instruments
Lock-in Amplifier
With Moku:Lab, you gain access to 12 powerful scientific instruments plus all those we haven’t thought of yet. Our instruments are regularly updated to bring you more features and greater functionality.
With Moku:Lab, you gain access to 12 powerful scientific instruments plus all those we haven’t thought of yet. Our instruments are regularly updated to bring you more features and greater functionality.

Software integrations

Control your Moku:Lab hardware through an intuitive iPad interface,
the Windows App, or with our LabVIEW, Python, and MATLAB APIs.

Who trusts us

“Moku:Lab integrates twelve professional-grade test and measurement instruments in a single hardware platform. Compared to our current solution, where we used various standalone oscilloscopes, waveform generators, lock-in amplifiers from different brands, Moku:Lab is powerful, compact, easy to use, and more cost-effective device.”

The Marine Sensors Research Group
Institute of Marine Science and Techology, Shandong University
“There are advantages to this new way of thinking that I’d love to see some of the other players adopt, and if they don’t adopt, then I think it’s just more promising for a company like Liquid Instruments to be able to come in and innovate a solution that hasn’t really been done to this point.”

Colonel Brian Neff
U.S. Air Force Academy, USA
Continuous-wave coherent Raman spectroscopy for improving the accuracy of Raman shifts – Optics Letters (2019).

Dr. Hugo Kerdoncuff et al.
Danish Fundamental Metrology Institute, Denmark
“The intuitive interface to configure the lock-in amplifier settings and the built-in oscilloscope preview make it so much more user-friendly than traditional laboratory devices. This means that you can concentrate on getting the optimal settings, rather than trying to figure out how to navigate the menu of the device.”

Dr. Bruce Marsh
CERN/ISOLDE, Switzerland
Photonic integrated circuit-based imaging system for SPIDER – Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim (2017).

Katherine Badham et al.
Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center, USA
Optical carriers phase based high-precision ranging and range rate measurements in coherent optical communication – IEEE Aerospace Conference (2018).

Dr. Guangning Yang et al.
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

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