Moku:Lab’s PID Controller

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Moku:Lab’s PID Controller instrument features two fully configurable PID controllers with an output sample rate of 10 MSa/s. This enables them to be used in applications requiring both low and high feedback bandwidths such as laser temperature and current stabilization. The PID Controller can also be used as a lead-lag compensator by saturating the integral and differential controllers with independent gain settings.


Output sampling rate
10 MSa/s

Input voltage range
1 Vpp or 10 Vpp

Control matrix linear gain
-20 to +20

Input/output offset range
-1 to +1 V

Offset precision
100 µV

Proportional gain
-60 dB to 60 dB

Integrator crossover frequency
1 Hz to 100 kHz

Differentiator crossover frequency
10 Hz to 1 MHz

Key features

Versatile configuration options
2 input channels, 2 output channels, 2 independent PID controllers with control matrix for configurable combining of inputs

Gain profiles
Proportional (P), integral (I), differential (D), double-integral (I+), integral saturation (IS), differential saturation (DS)

Gain configuration

Visualize your signal and configuration in real-time
Design your control system’s frequency response using the interactive Bode plot.

The interface displays a block diagram view of the digital signal processing with built-in probe points for signal monitoring.

Advanced multi-section PID builder
Includes single or double integrators and differentiators with low- and high-frequency gain saturation


Feedback and control systems design

Laser frequency stabilization

Temperature regulation

Pressure, force, flow rate, and other controls

Scan heads/sample stage positioning


Moku:Lab Spec Sheet

PID Controller Datasheet

User Manual
PID Controller User Manual

Software & APIs

Wirelessly configure and monitor your control system, all from intuitive Moku software for iPad, Windows, or with APIs for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

Freedom in the lab when you need it

Configure two independent PID controllers and monitor your signal from anywhere in the lab with Moku software for iPad.

Try it in demo mode

Intuitive, even in the dark

Two independent, fully real-time configurable PID controller paths follow the control matrix in the block diagram, making it so easy to use that you can do it in the dark (mode).

PID response plot

An interactive representation (gain as a function of frequency) of the controller, the PID response plot makes it easy to adjust your configurations and see the changes in real-time.

Available on Moku:Lab hardware

The digital signal processing power of an FPGA coupled with the high-quality analog front-end ensures that with Moku:Lab you never have to sacrifice performance for flexibility.

Moku:Lab features a suite of twelve different instruments

Replace multiple pieces of equipment with a single device at a fraction of the cost.