What is the main difference between the Moku Oscilloscope and the Data Logger instruments?
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Moku's Oscilloscope is primarily used to capture snapshots of fast signals and transient waveforms. The instrument captures and displays a segment of the data once it's triggered. You can capture very fast features, but the data traces between snapshots are not continuous. The maximum sampling rate for Moku:Go's Oscilloscope is 125 MSa/s, Moku:Lab's is 500 MSa/s, and Moku:Pro's is 5 GSa/s for one channel and 1.25 GSa/s for two or more channels.
Moku's Data Logger is primarily used to capture and log continuous data. There is no gap between a single logging session and the logging duration and sampling rate can also be configured. The maximum sampling rate is capped for Moku:Go's Data Logger at 1 MSa/s for one channel and 500 kSa/s for two channels. Moku:Lab's is 1 MSa/s for one channel and 500 kSa/s for two channels when logging to the RAM, and 100 kSa/s when logging to the SD card. Moku:Pro's is 10 MSa/s for one channel, 5 MSa/s for two channels, and 2.5 MSa/s for three or more channels.