In EDC (and EDS) datasheets ESR @1kHz for all caps is specified in Ohm unit
but in most other supercap families it is specified in mili ohm unit, for example from DGH datasheet:
Is it correct or is it mistake in datasheet? I searched for methods for measuring ESR, but unluckily I do not have required vaweform generator and I did not find any way how to easily replace it. So, my only way is checking documentation. I originaly thought that it is mistake and Gough Lui in his comparison blog ( What’s Super about Supercapacitors? – Part 2: Types, Vendors, Safety & Specifications ) also "corected" it to miliuohm units, but in comparison sheet (https://www.cde.com/resources/downloads/Briefs/Supercap-compare.pdf) it is refered with the same unit and I do not think that CDE did the mistake twice.
So my question to all who can measure ESR is what is true? Is ESR of EDC and EDS capacitor families in range of ohms or miliohms?