Electrical Conductance Converter
Electrical conductance is a fundamental property of materials that characterizes their ability to conduct electric current. It is a measure of how easily electric charge can flow through a given material when subjected to an electric potential difference (voltage). Conductance is the reciprocal of electrical resistance and is commonly denoted by the letter "G". The SI unit of conductance is the Siemens (S), named after the German inventor and industrialist Ernst Werner von Siemens.
In this article, we will explore various units of electrical conductance and provide the conversion factors between each of these units.

Siemens (S): The Siemens (S) is the unit of electric conductance, electric susceptance, and electric admittance in the International System of Units (SI). It is the reciprocal of the ohm, the unit of electrical resistance. A siemens is defined as the conductance between two points of a conductor having a resistance of 1 ohm.
Conversion Factor: 1 S = 1 S (Base Unit) 
Kilosiemens (kS): One Kilosiemens is equal to 1,000 Siemens.
Conversion Factor: 1 kS = 1,000 S 
Megasiemens (MS): One Megasiemens is equal to 1,000,000 Siemens.
Conversion Factor: 1 MS = 1,000,000 S 
Millisiemens (mS): One Millisiemens is equal to 0.001 Siemens.
Conversion Factor: 1 mS = 0.001 S 
Microsiemens (μS): One Microsiemens is equal to 0.000001 Siemens. Conversion Factor: 1 μS = 0.000001 S

Ampere/volt (A/V): The ampere per volt is a unit equivalent to the siemens. It is used to express conductance in terms of current per unit voltage.
Conversion Factor: 1 A/V = 1 S 
Absiemens (abS): The Absiemens is a unit of conductance used in the cgs (centimetergramsecond) electromagnetic system of units. It is equivalent to 10^9 siemens. The absiemens is named after the abohm, which is the unit of electrical resistance in the CGS system. The abohm is the reciprocal of the absiemens.
Conversion Factor: 1 abS = 10^9 S 
Statsiemens (statS): The Statsiemens is a unit of conductance in the cgs (centimetergramsecond) electrostatic units variant and Gaussian systems of units.
Conversion Factor: 1 statS = 1.11265 * 10^12 S 
Quantized Hall conductance (QHC): The Quantized Hall conductance is a fundamental constant related to the quantum Hall effect.
Conversion Factor: 1 QHC ≈ 3.874 * 10^5 S
Electric conductance is a crucial concept in understanding the electrical properties of materials. By utilizing our Electrical Conductance Converter tool provided on this page, you can effortlessly convert between various units of conductance, making it easier to interpret and compare data from different sources or experiments. Whether you are a student, engineer, or researcher, having a clear grasp of electric conductance units will undoubtedly enhance your understanding of electrical systems and their behavior.