# hertz to revolutions per hour conversion

Conversion number between hertz [Hz] and revolutions per hour [rph] is 3600. This means, that hertz is bigger unit than revolutions per hour.

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from revolutions per hour to hertz conversion

### Enter the number in hertz:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [Hz]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in revolutions per hour

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 hertz = (exactly) (1) / ((1/3600)) = 3600 revolutions per hour
• 1 revolutions per hour = (exactly) ((1/3600)) / (1) = 0.00027777777777778 hertz
• ? hertz × (1  ("Hz"/"hertz")) / ((1/3600)  ("Hz"/"revolutions per hour")) = ? revolutions per hour

### High precision conversion

If conversion between hertz to hertz and hertz to revolutions per hour is exactly definied, high precision conversion from hertz to revolutions per hour is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

hertz
Result in revolutions per hour:
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### hertz to revolutions per hour conversion chart

 Start value: [hertz] Step size [hertz] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
hertzrevolutions per hour
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1036000
2072000
30108000
40144000
50180000
60216000
70252000
80288000
90324000
100360000
110396000
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about hertz and revolutions per hour units:

Convert Hertz to other unit:

### hertz

Definition of hertz unit: = 1 Hz. Hertz (Hz) is a derived unit of measure. Written with basic SI units Hz = 1/s or s-1. Frequency (Hertz) tells you how many times a event (cycle, rotation, etc.) takes place within one second.

Convert Revolutions per hour to other unit:

### revolutions per hour

Definition of revolutions per hour unit: = Hz/3600. The number of cycles or periodically repeating events occurring in one hour. Symbol rph (revolutions per hour), the value is 1/3600 Hertz.

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