Unit | mΩ |
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Name | milliohm |

Category | Electrical Resistance |

Details | In the field of electrical resistance, the unit MΩ (megaohm) is used to measure resistance levels. A megaohm is equal to one million (1,000,000) ohms, which is the standard unit of electrical resistance in the International System of Units (SI). Ohms represent the amount of resistance against the flow of electric current in a material or circuit. Megaohms (MΩ) are typically used to express very high resistance values in electrical components, such as insulators or materials with very low conductivity. When measuring resistances in the order of millions of ohms or higher, using MΩ as the unit helps simplify and represent the values effectively. |

mΩ(milliohm) to abΩ(abohm)mΩ(milliohm) to aΩ(attoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to cΩ(centiohm)mΩ(milliohm) to daΩ(decaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to dΩ(deciohm)mΩ(milliohm) to EΩ(exaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to fΩ(femtoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to GΩ(gigaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to hΩ(hectoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to kΩ(kiloohm)mΩ(milliohm) to MΩ(megaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to nΩ(nanoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to PΩ(petaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to pΩ(picoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to TΩ(teraohm)mΩ(milliohm) to yΩ(yoctoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to YΩ(yottaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to zΩ(zeptoohm)mΩ(milliohm) to ZΩ(zettaohm)mΩ(milliohm) to µΩ(microohm)mΩ(milliohm) to Ω(ohm)