Unit EA/m
Name exaampere per metre
Category Magnetic Field Intensity
Details In the field of magnetic field intensity, Exaampere per meter (EA/m) is a unit used to express the strength of the magnetic field, also known as field intensity or magnetizing force, produced by an electric current in a current-carrying conductor or any other source of magnetic fields.

An Exaampere (EA) is a very large unit of electric current, equal to 10^18 amperes (A). The meter (m) is a standard unit of length that represents the distance traveled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 seconds.

So, EA/m represents the magnetic field intensity produced when the current flowing in a conductor is 10^18 amperes per meter of length. This unit helps describe the effect of the magnetic field created by a current flowing through a conductor or other magnetic sources on the surrounding material and how effectively it can induce magnetization in neighboring materials. However, it is important to note that Exaampere per meter is an exceptionally large unit and not commonly used in practical applications. Smaller units like A/m (ampere per meter) are more frequently used in everyday applications.