Conductivity Converter

Conductivity Converter

Conductivity Converter
Unit Conversion Factor
S/cm 1.00
mS/cm 1.00e+3
microS/cm 1.00e+6
EC 1.00e+3
mho/cm 1.00
mho/m 0.0100
ppm TDS 6.40e+5

Siemens (S) is a unit of the electrical conductivity. The conductivity of water is measured within a certain distance, thus the input is in S/cm or mS/cm. Other electrical conductivity units are Mho cm, CF (in America and Australia), and EC.

The term EC is used as a general term for Electrical Conductivity, on some conductivity meters, the actual conductivity is presented in "EC" units, where 1 EC corresponds with milliS/cm.

Warning: iBottling cannot be held responsible for errors in the calculation, the program itself or the explanation. For questions or remarks, please contact our friendly iBottling support team.

How to Use the Conductivity Converter

The Conductivity Converter is a powerful tool that allows you to easily convert between various units of electrical conductivity. Whether you’re working with Siemens, milliSiemens, microSiemens, or any other conductivity unit, this tool can help you quickly and accurately convert your measurements.Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use the Conductivity Converter:

  1. Input Value and Unit:
    • In the “Input Value” field, enter the conductivity value you want to convert.
    • From the “Input Unit” dropdown, select the unit that corresponds to the value you entered. The available options include Siemens/cm (S/cm), millisiemens/cm (mS/cm), microsiemens/cm (μS/cm), Electrical Conductivity (EC), Mhos/cm (mho/cm), Mhos/m (mho/m), and Total Dissolved Solids (ppm TDS).
  2. Output Value and Unit:
    • Once you’ve entered the input value and selected the input unit, the “Output Value” field will automatically display the converted value.
    • The “Output Unit” dropdown allows you to select the unit you want the value to be converted to. You can choose from the same options as the input unit.
  3. Conversion Table:
    • The table below the input/output fields shows the conversion factors for the various conductivity units.
    • This table can be helpful if you need to manually convert between units or understand the relationships between them.
  4. Conversion Notes:
    • The “Conversion Notes” section provides additional information about the conductivity units and their usage.
    • For example, it explains that the term “EC” is used as a general term for Electrical Conductivity, and that on some conductivity meters, the actual conductivity is presented in “EC” units, where 1 EC corresponds with milliS/cm.
  5. Convert Button:
    • Once you’ve entered the input value and selected the input and output units, click the “Convert” button to perform the conversion.
    • The output value will be displayed in the “Output Value” field, automatically updated based on the selected output unit.

By using the Conductivity Converter, you can quickly and easily convert between different units of electrical conductivity, simplifying your water quality measurements and data analysis. Whether you’re working in a laboratory, industrial setting, or any other environment where conductivity is a crucial parameter, this tool can help you streamline your workflow and ensure accurate conversions.

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