PID Controller

Available on Moku:Go and Moku:Lab hardware

Key Features

Versatile inputs
Multiple independent PID controllers with a control matrix for optional blending

Configurable gain profiles
Proportional (P), Integral (I), Derivative (D), double-integral (I+), integral saturation (IS), differential saturation (DS)

Interactive Bode plot
Design your control system’s frequency response in real-time

Multi-section PID builder
This advanced mode features single or double integrators and differentiators with low- and high-frequency gain saturation

Easy signal monitoring
The user interface features an intuitive block-diagram view of the signal processing chain with built-in probe points

Applications
• Feedback and control systems design
• Laser frequency stabilization
• Temperature regulation
• Scan heads/sample stage positioning
• Pressure, force, flow rate, and other
controls

Compare hardware platforms

Choose the platform with the specifications that best suit your application. With Moku hardware you get the signal processing power of the FPGA combined with a high-quality analog front-end, ensuring both flexibility and performance.

Moku:Go’s

PID Controller

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Channel count

2 input / 2 output

Output sampling rate

>2.5 MSa/s

DAC resolution

12 bits

Phase lag

<30° at 20 kHz

Gain configuration

Real-time

Software & APIs

macOS App

Windows App

API support for Python and MATLAB

Moku:Go’s

PID Controller

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Moku:Lab’s

PID Controller

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Channel count

2 input / 2 output

Output sampling rate

>10 MSa/s

DAC resolution

16 bits

Phase lag

<30° at 100 kHz

Gain configuration

Real-time

Software & APIs

iPadOS App

Windows App

API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW

Moku:Lab’s

PID Controller

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