# micron to foot (Clarke's) conversion

Conversion number between micron [µ] and foot (Clarke's) [ft (Cla)] is 3.2808693345723 × 10-6. This means, that micron is smaller unit than foot (Clarke's).

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from foot (Clarke's) to micron conversion

### Enter the number in micron:

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

Result in foot (Clarke's)

?
 precision 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [info] Decimal: Exponential:

### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 micron = (0.000001) / (0.304797265) = 3.2808693345723 × 10-6 foot (Clarke's)
• 1 foot (Clarke's) = (0.304797265) / (0.000001) = 304797.265 micron
• ? micron × (0.000001  ("m"/"micron")) / (0.304797265  ("m"/"foot (Clarke's)")) = ? foot (Clarke's)

### High precision conversion

If conversion between micron to metre and metre to foot (Clarke's) is exactly definied, high precision conversion from micron to foot (Clarke's) is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!

### micron to foot (Clarke's) conversion chart

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

visual:
micronfoot (Clarke's)
00
103.2808693345723 × 10-5
206.5617386691446 × 10-5
309.8426080037168 × 10-5
400.00013123477338289
500.00016404346672861
600.00019685216007434
700.00022966085342006
800.00026246954676578
900.0002952782401115
1000.00032808693345723
1100.00036089562680295
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## Multiple conversion

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Converted numbers in foot (Clarke's):
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## Details about micron and foot (Clarke's) units:

Convert Micron to other unit:

### micron

Definition of micron unit: ≡ 1×10−6 m. Old name for micrometre

Convert Foot (Clarke's) to other unit:

### foot (Clarke's)

Definition of foot (Clarke's) unit: ≈ 0.3047972654. of chiefly historical interest

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