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Unit Converter and Calculator v1
The unit converter and calculator includes more than 680 units and over 28,500 possible conversion options and includes wind speed/force; Roman numerals; longitude/latitude; volume/mass; gravity, horizon, etc.

Unit Conversions

CalQlata’s unit converter and calculator contains almost 700 units and well over 28,500 possible conversion options.

UniQon converts between: wind speed and force; Roman numerals and numbers; longitude/latitude distance and angles; volume and mass; and it can tell you what gravitational pull to expect from the Earth depending on where you are on or above its surface, or even tell you how far away an object is on or behind the Earth's horizon.

This unit converter and calculator includes a database of standard values and constants, many of which have been calculated using the original formulas providing up to 9 significant figures of accuracy.

For help using this calculator see Technical Help

 

Unit Converter and Calculator - Options

UniQon unit converter includes the following options:

  • PREFIX MULTIPLIERS
  • LENGTH
  • AREA
  • VOLUME & MASS
  • FORCE
  • MOMENT
  • PRESSURE
  • DENSITY
  • VOLUME FLOW
  • WORK
  • POWER
  • THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
  • THERMAL CONDUCTANCE
  • HEAT FLOW
  • HEAT CAPACITY
  • VELOCITY
  • LUMINOSITY
  • LUMINOSITY PER UNIT AREA
  • DYNAMIC VISCOSITY
  • KINEMATIC VISCOSITY
  • WIND SPEED
  • TEMPERATURE
  • ANGLES
  • FUEL CONSUMPTION
  • WIND FORCE
  • AIR PRESSURE
  • GRAVITY
  • HORIZON
  • LATITUDE
  • LONGITUDE
  • ROMAN NUMERALS
  • CONSTANTS

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