Ampere turn is a unit of measurement for magnetomotive force. It represents a direct current of one ampere flowing in a single-turn loop in a vacuum.
The symbol of Ampere Turn is At. This means you can also write one Ampere Turn as 1 At.
Manually converting Ampere Turn to any other Magnetomotive Force unit can be time-consuming, especially when you don’t have enough knowledge about Magnetomotive Force units conversion. Since there is a lot of complexity and some sort of learning curve is involved, most of the users end up using an online Ampere Turn converter tool to get the job done as soon as possible.
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|1 Ampere Turn = 0.001 Kiloampere Turn
|1 Ampere Turn in Kiloampere Turn is equal to 0.001
|1 Ampere Turn = 0.000001 Megaampere Turn
|1 Ampere Turn in Megaampere Turn is equal to 0.000001
|1 Ampere Turn = 1000 Milliampere Turn
|1 Ampere Turn in Milliampere Turn is equal to 1000
|1 Ampere Turn = 0.1 Abampere Turn
|1 Ampere Turn in Abampere Turn is equal to 0.1
|1 Ampere Turn = 1000000 Microampere Turn
|1 Ampere Turn in Microampere Turn is equal to 1000000
|1 Ampere Turn = 1.26 Gilbert
|1 Ampere Turn in Gilbert is equal to 1.26
|1 Ampere Turn = 1256.64 Milligilbert
|1 Ampere Turn in Milligilbert is equal to 1256.64