Can you use multiple instruments simultaneously on Moku:Lab, for example Lock-in & AWG? Or PID & FIR Filter Builder?
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Discussion of simultaneous instrument usage
You may only launch 1 of our 12 Moku:Lab instruments on a given Moku:Lab at any given time. However, because of the unique flexibility of Moku:Lab, many instruments contain additional functionality.
For example, Moku:Lab's Oscilloscope integrates a waveform generator that is easily accessible from the Oscilloscope interface. The waveform generator is also available as a standalone instrument that has additional modulation features.
Moku:Lab's Lock-in Amplifier features an integrated oscilloscope and data logger. The integrated oscilloscope features trigger controls, math channel, and a variety of measurement functions. Both the oscilloscope and data logger can observe signals at various points within the signal processing chain and acquire and save data.
The Lock-in Amplifier also has an auxiliary oscillator output and an integrated PID for a single channel.
Moku:Lab's Laser Lock Box is another flexible instrument with an integrated oscilloscope, data logger and auxiliary oscillator functionality.