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`"Electric Current"_"(converted)" = "Electric Current"_"(from)" * "Conversion Factor"`

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This vCalc **Electric Current Conversion** equation converts a measurement of electric current from one of vCalc's standard units to another unit. You enter a numeric value for the input electric current and choose a unit for the input value. Then you select an output unit with the resultant value.

Units between which you can perform conversions are:

**A** - ampere which is the SI unit of electric current. The proposed definition for the ampere is a flow of exactly 6,241,509,479,607,717,888 elementary charge units (such as electrons) per second.

**Gi** - the gilbert. The Gilbert is an obsolete unit and measures magnetization. It is actually equivalent to a number of Ampere turns. One **ampere-turn =** `4*pi * 10^-1` Gi

**See also:**

- Area conversions that includes uncommon area units
- Length conversions that include uncommon length units
- Acceleration Conversion
- Amount of Substance Conversion
- Area Conversions (standard)
- Electric Current Conversion
- Density Conversion
- Electric Field Intensity Conversion
- Energy Conversion
- Enthalpy Conversion
- Fluid Resistance Conversion
- Force Conversion
- Length Conversion
- Mass Conversion
- Mass Flow Rate Conversion
- Molar Mass Rate Conversion
- Permeability Conversion
- Pressure Conversion
- Radiation Dose Conversion
- Radioactivity Conversion
- Temperature Conversion
- Time (Duration) Conversion
- Velocity Conversion
- Volume Conversion