# Siemens to Microsiemens Conversion

Enter the electrical conductance in siemens below to get the value converted to microsiemens.

**Results in Microsiemens:**

## How to Convert Siemens to Microsiemens

To convert a siemens measurement to a microsiemens measurement, multiply the electrical conductance by the conversion ratio. One siemens is equal to 1,000,000 microsiemens, so use this simple formula to convert:

The electrical conductance in microsiemens is equal to the siemens multiplied by 1,000,000.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 siemens to microsiemens using the formula above.

Siemens and microsiemens are both units used to measure electrical conductance. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Siemens

One siemens is the electrical conductance equal to an increase in current of one ampere for every increase in electrical potential difference of one volt. The siemens is the SI defined unit equal to the mho, and is the reciprocal of the resistance in ohms.

The siemens is the SI derived unit for electrical conductance in the metric system. Siemens can be abbreviated as *S*, for example 1 siemens can be written as 1 S.

## Microsiemens

The microsiemens is the SI defined unit equal to the micromho. One microsiemens is the electrical conductance equal to 1/1,000,000 of a siemens, which is equal to one ampere per volt.

The microsiemens is a multiple of the siemens, which is the SI derived unit for electrical conductance. In the metric system, "micro" is the prefix for 10^{-6}. Microsiemens can be abbreviated as *μS*, for example 1 microsiemens can be written as 1 μS.

## Siemens to Microsiemens Conversion Table

Siemens | Microsiemens |
---|---|

0.000001 S | 1 μS |

0.000002 S | 2 μS |

0.000003 S | 3 μS |

0.000004 S | 4 μS |

0.000005 S | 5 μS |

0.000006 S | 6 μS |

0.000007 S | 7 μS |

0.000008 S | 8 μS |

0.000009 S | 9 μS |

0.0000001 S | 0.1 μS |

0.000001 S | 1 μS |

0.00001 S | 10 μS |

0.0001 S | 100 μS |

0.001 S | 1,000 μS |

0.01 S | 10,000 μS |

0.1 S | 100,000 μS |

1 S | 1,000,000 μS |