Gilbert is a unit of measurement for magnetomotive force. It represents a direct current of one gilbert flowing in a single-turn loop in a vacuum.
The symbol of Gilbert is Gi. This means you can also write one Gilbert as 1 Gi.
Manually converting Gilbert 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 Gilbert converter tool to get the job done as soon as possible.
We have so many online tools available to convert Gilbert to other Magnetomotive Force units, but not every online tool gives an accurate result and that is why we have created this online Gilbert converter tool. It is a very simple and easy-to-use tool. Most important thing is that it is beginner-friendly.
|1 Gilbert = 0.795775 Ampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Ampere Turn is equal to 0.795775
|1 Gilbert = 0.000795775 Kiloampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Kiloampere Turn is equal to 0.000795775
|1 Gilbert = 7.95775e-7 Megaampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Megaampere Turn is equal to 7.95775e-7
|1 Gilbert = 795.77 Milliampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Milliampere Turn is equal to 795.77
|1 Gilbert = 0.0795775 Abampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Abampere Turn is equal to 0.0795775
|1 Gilbert = 795775 Microampere Turn
|1 Gilbert in Microampere Turn is equal to 795775
|1 Gilbert = 1000 Milligilbert
|1 Gilbert in Milligilbert is equal to 1000