Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 19:52:36 EST 2009 | adamcrum
Yes it is one thousand. I was hoping for 1.566 but no, that is a comma. From my understanding this unit of measuremeant would be a direct equivalent in megaOhms making this 1,566 megaohms in resistivity. I may be wrong.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 22:16:14 EST 2009 | adamcrum
So there is no "DI Water" standard, but what is max conductivity I should have coming from my water before I let it touch the boards? We just installed a DI system in our plant down in Mexico and our water analysis shows we now have HIGHER conductivi
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 08:22:32 EST 2009 | davef
Conductivity is the recprical of resistivity. So, ... * 10 uS = 100k ohm * 5 uS = 200k ohm * 2 uS = 500k ohm We're unsure of the units of your conductivity of "1,566 uS/cm". Also, is that one thousand, five hundred, sixty six?