Number of PID controllers
Proportional (P), integral (I), differential (D), double-integral (I+), integral saturation (IS), differential saturation (DS)
<30° at 20 kHz
Control matrix linear gain
± 0.1 to ± 20
Input offset range
-5 to +5 V
Output offset range
-5 to +5 V
-60 dB to 60 dB
Integrator crossover frequency
12.5 mHz to 31.25 kHz
Differentiator crossover frequency
3.125 Hz to 312.5 kHz
2 channels with optional blending for MIMO systems
Intuitive user interface
Block diagram view of the digital signal processing chain. Monitor the signal flow with built-in probe points, before and after the controller.
Interactive PID designer
Design your PID controller using the interactive Bode plot. Monitor the time and frequency domain response in real-time.
Advanced multi-section PID builder with single or double integrators and differentiators with low- and high frequency gain saturation
Feedback and control systems design
Pressure, force, flow rate, and other controls
Scan heads/sample stage positioning
Intuitive software for Windows and Mac
Design, configure, and monitor your control system with Moku software. Free and easy to use, all instruments are included with no software license required.Try it in demo mode
Monitor the behavior of the PID controller in real-time
With Moku:Go’s all-digital implementation, users can monitor the signal before and after the PID controller in real-time with the built-in oscilloscope. Any adjustment on the controller parameters reflects on the output in real-time. No additional test and measurement equipment is required to monitor the system response.
Interactive PID configurator
Moku:Go’s PID configurator allows you to design the PID by gain (Ki, Kp, Kd) or frequency (Kp, integrator, and differentiator crossover frequencies) profiles. You can directly drag the cursors on the interactive Bode plot to shape the frequency response of the controller. All design methodologies allow you to set low- and high-frequency saturation.
Available on Moku:Go hardware
A powerful FPGA paired with a high-quality analog front-end make Moku:Go the most robust hardware in education, capable of complex, real-time digital signal processing. Integrated WiFi hotspot and programmable power supplies ensure that students have the complete solution they need all four years (and beyond).