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Frequently asked questions (FAQ) on electrical geophysical equipment and software

How to convert conductivity to resistivity?

Are there any difference between LandMapper ERM-01 and other equipment available on the market?

How your equipment calculates electrical resistivity?

How to calculate geometrical coefficient K?

Does electrical resistivity correlate with any soil properties?

Can your equipment measure electrical resistivity/conductivity in soil and water samples?

How to determine the depth of the measurements?

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How to convert conductivity to resistivity?

Electrical resistivity (ER) is reciprocal to conductivity (EC) and results can be easily recalculated using formula EC=1/ER or vice versa ER=1/EC. Electrical resistivity is more convenient to use on non-saline soils, where conductivity can be mSm/m, while resitivity measures in 102-103 Ohm m range. 1000 Ohm m equals 1 mSm/m. You can find more conversions to ppm, TDS, grains of salt in this flyer.

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