Unit Converter

Unit Converter - Measurement Conversion

Unit Converter - Measurement Conversion

UnitMeasurement.com provides a unit calculator you can use to do all types of measurement units. Convert between metric measures of distance, volume, area, Temperature, mass and other types.

Area.

The area is a quantity of extent in two dimensions. The area can be expressed by SI derived units in terms of square meters (m2). Metric and imperial Area conversions for acres, hectares, square centimeters, square inches, square feet, square yards, square miles, square kilometers, square megameters, square millimeters, square micrometers, square nanometers, ares and many more.

Length.

Length is the dimensional extent of the matter. The SI unit for length is the meter (m). Metric and imperial Length conversions for kilometers, centimeters, inches, feet, yards, miles, nautical miles, millimeters, megameters, hectometers, decameters, decimeters, micrometers, nanometers, picometers, scandinavian miles, light years, fathoms, furlongs, astronomical units, parsecs and many more.

Volume.

Volume is a quantity of the extend of matter in three dimensions. The SI accepted unit of volume is the liter (L). Metric and imperial Volume conversions for barrels (oil), cubic meters, cubic inches, cubic feet, cubic yards, cubic miles, gallons, milliliters, cups, megaliters, kiloliters, deciliters, centiliters, cubic kilometers, cubic decimeters, cubic millimeters, acre foeet, bushels, teaspoons, tablespoons, fluid ounces, pints, quarts, imperial teaspoons, imperial tablespoons, imperial fluid ounces, imperial pints, imperial quarts, imperial gallons, metric cups and many more.

Angle.

The angle is a quantity of rotation. The SI unit for the angle is the radian (rad). The Angle is also commonly measured in arc minutes, arc seconds, radians, gradians, revolutions and many more.

Mass.

Mass is a fundamental property of matter that causes it to resist being accelerated by a force. The SI unit for mass is the kilogram (kg) The Mass is also commonly measured in grams, ounces, pounds, milligrams, stones, decigrams, centigrams, micrograms, nanograms, picograms, metric tons, short tons, carats, ounces troy, slugs and many more.

Pressure.

The pressure is the normal force over a surface. The SI unit for pressure is the pascal (Pa). Metric and imperial Pressure conversions for newtons per meter squared, gigapascals, megapascals, kilopascals, hectopascals, inches of mercury, bars, millibars, millimeters of mercury, pounds per square inch and many more.

Acceleration.

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Acceleration can be expressed by SI derived units in terms of meters per second squared (m/s2). The Acceleration is also commonly measured in gravity and many more.

Time.

Time is one of the seven fundamental physical quantities in the International System of Units. The SI unit for time is the second (sec). The Time is also commonly measured in minutes, hours, days, microseconds, milliseconds, months, weeks, years and many more.

Frequency.

Frequency is a quantity of occurrences for a repeating event over time. The SI unit for frequency is the hertz (Hz). The Frequency is also commonly measured in terahertz, gigahertz, megahertz, kilohertz, millihertz, microhertz, nanohertz and many more.

Speed.

Speed is the magnitude of velocity or the rate of change of position. Speed can be expressed by SI derived units in terms of meters per second (m/s). The Speed is also commonly measured in kilometers per hour, miles per hour, knots and many more.

Energy.

Energy is a fundamental property of matter, The SI unit for energy is the joule (J). The Energy is also commonly measured in kilojoules, kilocalories, calories, kilowatt hours and many more.

Power.

Power is the amount of energy used over time. The SI unit for power is the watt (W). The Power is also commonly measured in terawatts, gigawatts, megawatts, kilowatts, milliwatts, microwatts, nanowatts, picowatts, femtowatts, horsepower and many more.

Temperature.

Temperature is a comparative measure of thermal energy. The SI unit for temperature is the kelvin (K). The Temperature is also commonly measured in degree celsius, degree fahrenheit and many more.

Illuminance.

Illuminance is the luminous flux incident on a surface. The SI unit for illuminance is the lux (lx). The Illuminance is also commonly measured in kilolux, microlux, millilux, phots and many more.

Electric Charge.

Electric charge is a fundamental physical property of matter that causes it to experience a force within an electromagnetic field. The SI unit for electric charge is the lcoulomb (C). The Electric Charge is also commonly measured in megaampere hours, kiloampere hours, ampere hours, milliampere hours, microampere hours and many more.

Electric Current.

Electric current is the flow of electric charge. The SI unit for electric current is the ampere (A). The Electric Current is also commonly measured in megaamperes, kiloamperes, milliamperes, microamperes and many more.

Electric Potential Difference.

Electric potential difference is the amount of electric potential energy of a point charge at a point in space. The SI unit for the electric potential difference is the volt (V). The Electric Potential Difference is also commonly measured in megavolts, kilovolts, millivolts, microvolts and many more.

Electric Resistance.

Electric resistance is the difficulty of passing an electric current through a conductor. The SI unit for electric resistance is the ohm (Ω). The Electric Resistance is also commonly measured in megaohms, kiloohms, milliohms, microohms and many more.

Concentration of Mass.

Concentration is the abundance of a constituent within a volume. Concentration can be expressed by SI derived units in terms of kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3). The Concentration of Mass is also commonly measured in milligrams per deciliter, millimoles per liter and many more.

Fuel Efficiency.

Fuel efficiency corresponds to the thermal efficiency of a process that converts the chemical potential energy of a fuel into kinetic energy. Fuel efficiency can be expressed by SI derived units in terms of cubic meters per meter (m3/m). The Fuel Efficiency is also commonly measured in miles per gallon, miles per imperial gallon and many more.

Data Storage.

The computer data storage is a computer technology which is a non-SI quantity. The Data Storage is also commonly measured in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, terabytes, petabytes and many more.