Ohm (symbol Ω) is the electrical unit of resistance.

The Ohm unit was named after George Simon Ohm.

1**Ω** = 1V / 1A = 1J ⋅ 1s / 1C^{2}

name | symbol | conversion | example |
---|---|---|---|

milli-ohm | mΩ | 1mΩ = 10^{-3}Ω |
R_{0 }= 10mΩ |

ohm | Ω | - |
R_{1 }= 10Ω |

kilo-ohm | kΩ | 1kΩ = 10^{3}Ω |
R_{2 }= 2kΩ |

mega-ohm | MΩ | 1MΩ = 10^{6}Ω |
R_{3 }= 5MΩ |

Ohmmeter is a measurement device that measures resistance.

- Ampere (A)
- dB-milliwatt (dBm)
- dB-watt (dBW)
- Decibel (dB)
- Farad (F)
- Kilovolt-amp (kVA)
- Kilowatt (kW)
- Kilowatt-hour (kWh)
- Ohm (Ω)
- Volt (V)
- Watt (W)