Unit daΩ
Name decaohm
Category Electrical Resistance
Details In the field of electrical resistance, a unit called the Ohm (Ω) is used to measure the resistance of a material or a component to the flow of an electric current. The decaohm (daΩ) is a unit equal to ten Ohms (10 Ω).

The term "deca" is a prefix that signifies a factor of 10, so when it is combined with Ohm, it represents 10 times the basic unit of resistance (1 Ω). Thus, a decaohm is a representation of 10 Ohms of electrical resistance.

For example, if a resistor has an electrical resistance of 20 Ohms, it can also be expressed as having 2 decaohms (2 daΩ) of resistance.