Conversion number between **kilohertz** [kHz] and
**hertz** [Hz] is **1000**.
This means, that kilohertz is bigger unit than hertz.

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from **hertz** to **kilohertz** conversion

[kHz] |

Result in **hertz**

- 1 kilohertz = (exactly) `(1000) / (1)` =
**1000**hertz - 1 hertz = (exactly) `(1) / (1000)` =
**0.001**kilohertz - ? kilohertz × `(1000 ("Hz"/"kilohertz")) / (1 ("Hz"/"hertz"))` =
**?**hertz

If conversion between **kilohertz to hertz** and **hertz to hertz** is exactly definied, high precision conversion from kilohertz to hertz is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

kilohertzResult in

Start value: | [kilohertz] |

Step size | [kilohertz] |

How many lines? | (max 100) |

visual:

kilohertz | hertz |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

10 | 10000 |

20 | 20000 |

30 | 30000 |

40 | 40000 |

50 | 50000 |

60 | 60000 |

70 | 70000 |

80 | 80000 |

90 | 90000 |

100 | 100000 |

110 | 110000 |

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Convert **Kilohertz to other unit:**

### kilohertz

Definition of kilohertz unit: = 1000 Hz. Thousands of hertz. How many events (cycles) occur in 0.001 sec. Used for faster cycles. Example: Ultrasound sound more than 20 kHz.

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.

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