Input | Output | Table Chart | |
---|---|---|---|

1 r/s |
6.2831853 rad/s |
revolutions per second to radians per second table | |

1 Hz |
1 c/s |
hertzs to cycles per second table | |

1 c/s |
6.2831853 rad/s |
cycles per second to radians per second table | |

1 r/s |
360 °/s |
revolutions per second to degrees per second table | |

1 c/s |
4.5628764E-5 r/min |
cycles per second to revolutions per minute table | |

1 r/s |
4.5628764E-5 RPM |
revolutions per second to RPM table | |

1 °/s |
0.0175 rad/s |
degrees per second to radians per second table | |

1 Hz |
6.2831853 rad/s |
hertzs to radians per second table | |

1 Hz |
360 °/s |
hertzs to degrees per second table | |

1 r/min |
21916 c/s |
revolutions per minute to cycles per second table |

With the following tool, you can generate and print the **revolutions per second** to **RPM** reference table based on your own needs. You can find a dynamic tool at
revolutions per second to RPM table chart (r/s to RPM) or
RPM to revolutions per second table chart (RPM to r/s).

r/s | RPM |
---|---|

1 | = 4.5628764E-5 |

2 | = 0.0001 |

3 | = 0.0001 |

4 | = 0.0002 |

5 | = 0.0002 |

6 | = 0.0003 |

7 | = 0.0003 |

8 | = 0.0004 |

9 | = 0.0004 |

10 | = 0.0005 |

11 | = 0.0005 |

12 | = 0.0005 |

13 | = 0.0006 |

14 | = 0.0006 |

15 | = 0.0007 |

16 | = 0.0007 |

17 | = 0.0008 |

18 | = 0.0008 |

19 | = 0.0009 |

20 | = 0.0009 |

21 | = 0.001 |

22 | = 0.001 |

23 | = 0.001 |

24 | = 0.0011 |

25 | = 0.0011 |

RPM | r/s |
---|---|

1 | = 21916 |

2 | = 43832 |

3 | = 65748 |

4 | = 87664 |

5 | = 109580 |

6 | = 131496 |

7 | = 153412 |

8 | = 175328 |

9 | = 197244 |

10 | = 219160 |

11 | = 241076 |

12 | = 262992 |

13 | = 284908 |

14 | = 306824 |

15 | = 328740 |

16 | = 350656 |

17 | = 372572 |

18 | = 394488 |

19 | = 416404 |

20 | = 438320 |

21 | = 460236 |

22 | = 482152 |

23 | = 504068 |

24 | = 525984 |

25 | = 547900 |

Revolutions per second is a measure of the frequency of a rotation and it's symbol "rps" or "r/s".

RPM is alternative name of revolutions per minute in frequency measurement.

Attohertz (aHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1.0E-18 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix atto (a) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Centihertz (cHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 0.01 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix centi (c) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Decihertz (dHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 0.1 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix deci (d) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Dekahertz (daHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 10 hertzx. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix deka (da) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Exahertz (EHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1 000 000 000 000 000 000 hertzs. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix dxa (E) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Femtohertz (fHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1/1 000 000 000 000 000 or 1.0E-15 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix femto (f) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Gigahertz is a unit of frequency measurement and its symbol "GHz". Its comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "giga" and SI derived of frequency unit "hertz" which 1 GHz = 1 000 000 000 Hz.

Hectohertz is a unit of frequency equal to 100 hertz and its abbreviated as hHz. This unit is a combination of the metric prefix "hecto" and the SI devired unit of frequency hertz.

Kilohertz is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "kHz". It come from a combination of metrix-prefix "kilo" and SI derived of frequency unit "hertz" which 1 kHz = 1 000 Hz.

Megahertz is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "MHz". It comes from a combination of metric-prefix "mega" and SI derived unit of frequency "hertz" which 1 MHz = 1 000 000 Hz.

Microhertz (µHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1/1 000 000 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix micro (µ) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Millihertz is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "mHz". It comes from a combination of metric-prefix "milli" and SI derived unit of frequency "hertz" which 1 hertz = 1000 mHzs.

Nanohertz (nHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1/1 000 000 000 or 1.0E-9 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix nano (n) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Petahertz (PHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1 000 000 000 000 000 or 1.0E+15 hertzs. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix peta (d) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Picohertz (pHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1/1 000 000 000 000 or 1.0E-12 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix pico (p) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Radian per hour is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "rad/h". The radian per hour is defined as the change in the orientation of an object, in radians, every hour.

Radian per minute is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "rad/s". The radian per minute is defined as the change in the orientation of an object, in radians, every minute.

Radian per second is a measure of the frequency and its symbol is "rad/s". The radian per second is defined as the change in the orientation of an object, in radians, every second.

Revolutions per hour is a measure of the frequency of a rotation and its symbol "rph" or "r/h"

Revolutions per minute is a measure of the frequency of a rotation and it's symbol "rpm", "RPM" or "r/min".

Revolutions per second is a measure of the frequency of a rotation and it's symbol "rps" or "r/s".

Terahertz is a unit of frequency and its symbol "THz". It comes from a combination of metrix-prefix "tera" with the SI derived unit of frequency "hertz".

Yoctohertz (yHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1.0E-24 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix yocto (y) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Yottahertz (YHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1.0E+24 hertzs. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix yotta (Y) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).

Zeptohertz (zHz) is a unit of frequency equal to 1.0E-21 hertz. This unit is a mixture of metric prefix zepto (z) and the SI derived unit of frequency hertz (Hz).