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The intention with is to provide handy online javascript unit converters. Hopefully you will enjoy many of them by making a practical conversion(s).

If there was any subject or task to be reconverted or recalculated regularly, please leave a comment with details at the bottom of this page. I’ll try to produce a new converter for it. Simply write down what the conversion task should involve; name of unit(s), numbers. An example of the scenario would help me too, even if it’s a hypothetical instance. Basically all you need, or what you can think of, for the converter to work. It will be a delight to be able to help this way.

To this date ppk‘s and his book for Javascript novice contributed to attain my deepest insight into javascript. To add the cooking ingredients converters I was influenced by working on traditional ovens – I enjoy cooking and baking in these ovens and obviously to build them as well.

I have been using text editing program UltraEdit. I bought the UltraEdit program, which is developed by IDM Computer Solutions, Inc., a few years ago (the licence with free updates for life.) I am very happy with this software. Although probably I will never use it to its full potential as it has remarkably many features. Options for every application one can think of. I’ve been using it mainly for web.

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  1. How about some photonics conversions… things like LED brightness and how the units of measurement relate to the real world. It would be a fair amount of text, in addition to the conversion utilities. Also, another niche is photoflood units of measurement and their conversions… ie things like watt seconds, joules, color temperature etc.

    Comment from/about : Ron Amundson | Permalink

  2. Hi Ron, thank you for stopping by and leaving in the note regarding – LED brightness – photoflood units – watt seconds, joules, color temperature chart etc. conversion utilities. I like the idea, will fit in here a few new cooking converters and will contact you -sometimes next week as it’s a bit hectic on my end at work. Cheers for now

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  3. what is converted rice?

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  4. I have a kitchen scale which I think is off by a few ounces in it’s conversion from lbs to kgms. The lbs side of the scale reads as:
    lbs:ounces “fraction of ounces”.
    The actual readout is (example): 3:14 7/8

    I’m using it currently to weight my cat who is very sick. When I go to the vet’s office, though, their weight is significantly different from mine, using my scale.

    A calculator that would allow me to enter the above type of syntax and get back grams/kilograms would be really helpful, and the reverse.

    I could see having 3 fields: lbs, ounces, fraction of ounces. Either that or allow fractions/decimals to be accepted in both the lbs and ounces fields.

    Thank you in advance.

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  5. As a scale modeler it would be nice to see a converter that would be easy to figure out what size a piece of material would be if it was 23 inches in real life and I need to know what length it would be in a 1:96 scale.

    Just a thought here.

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  6. The objective, according to GISS scientists, is to provide an estimate of temperature change that could be compared with predictions of global climate change in response to atmospheric carbon dioxide, aerosols, and changes in solar activity.

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  7. I am highly impressed. It’s very useful and informative site. I got all the info, i was looking for, but same site, I am looking for liquid ( Milk ) as well, like what you did for the whole wheat.

    Good work,
    Keep it up!


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  8. Your conversion of cubic foot per hour to milliliter per minute is wrong, it’s off by a factor of 60 and is actually giving me the result as if I entered cubic feet per minute, not hours.

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  9. oops, nevermind, my mistake, your calulator is correct.

    added by admin: Jeff, thank you for mentioning it. I was already thinking (stressing) to go and investigate what numbers I may have swapped. And there are many different units in this flow calculator it would take me some time.

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  10. It would great if you had an App of your converter for the I-Pad and I-Phone. Any Possibilities?

    Comment from/about : Bob Beske | Permalink

  11. It would be great if you had an app for the I-Pad and I-Phone. Any possibilities?

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  12. Please let me know the source of this information
    Should it not be exactly 299792458 m/sec (or 29979245800 cm/sec) as set by international agreement?

    Many thanks
    Henry Hubbe

    added by admin:
    Hi Henry,
    Yikes! Thanks. Yes of course, it should be this clean result, number without decimal point; 299792458 meter per second equals light speed unit. These are astronomical numbers. I made the first calculation long time ago, with about ~ 10 years old Mac computer so the decimals were out.

    I replaced 3.3356409519815 E-009 to 1 variable
    with 0.000000033356 409519815204957 55767144749293 to 1

    It is nowadays hard with these results with long decimal numbers. Computers are still too slow and still overheating at these calculations, FRACTIONS like these are not even closely possible (lets wait 5 more years for home computer to be faster/better. I mean these common family size computers. Hopefully they start producing better scientific results/calculations.) I was making conversion factor for 1 mile diameter sphere’s volume into 1 millimeter dia. sphere volume and my 1 year old computer did not want to cope with the desired-perfect precision.

    If someone who reads this studies at a University, and is able to use a more powerful computer, please quick calculate THIS simple task, and then post the full-clean-long 40+ decimals number result here:

    1/299792458 = ???

    Comment from/about : Conversion: “speed of light (Co) = 29979245800.00 centimeters per second (cm/sec) | Permalink

  13. The admin of this website providing online tools works really hard in favor of these web pages. All material is based on a quality data. I appreciate the information on the “about page”, it provides practical hints on how to calculate various variables needed and what tools he or she uses for computing tasks for creating mathematical algorithms professionally.

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  14. Good day
    I’m working on behalf of an Amsterdam based advertising agency and currently preparing an advertising campaign for an international technology client.
    We would like to show the name of your website in our forthcoming advertising campaign. Could you confirm that you would be happy for us to feature your website name?
    We are up against a very tight deadline so would really appreciate your soonest response.
    Do let me know if you’d like any further clarification.

    Roy Beck

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  15. Hi,
    Great site you have!
    I see no temperature conversion.
    Please add


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