What's the main difference between Oscilloscope and Data Logger?
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Moku:Lab's oscilloscope is primarily used to capture snapshots of fast signals. 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 sampling rate for the oscilloscope can go up to 500 MSa/s.
Moku:Lab Data Logger is primarily used to capture and log continuous data. There is no gap between a single log session. However, the sampling rate is capped at 1 MSa/s.