         # Magnetic Flux   ## Characteristic ## line-of-induction ## Notes  ## Other Names

line, line-of-electrostatic-induction

## Metric (SI) Equivalent

This equivalent and the others below are exact.

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

1×10-8 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

## Characteristic ## magnetic-flux-quantum ## Notes  ## Symbol

Φ0

Use "phi-0" for our conversion calculators.

## Metric (SI) Equivalent

2.067833758×10-15 webers

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

2.067833758×10-15 volt seconds

2.067833758×10-15 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2

## Standard Uncertainty

± 4.6×10-23 webers

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

## Characteristic ## maxwell ## Notes  Mx

## Metric (SI) Equivalent

This equivalent and the others below are exact.

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

1×10-8 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

## Characteristic ## statweber ## Notes  ## Metric (SI) Equivalent

299.792458 webers

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

299.792458 volt seconds

299.792458 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

## Characteristic ## unit-pole ## Notes  ## Other Name

unit-magnetic-pole

125.66370614

## Other Metric (SI) Equivalents with More Basic Units

125.66370614 seconds

1.2566370614×10-7 meter2 kilograms / ampere second2

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

These are the dimensions of the "magnetic flux" quantity in SI units. There are other unit systems used in electromagnetics that may assign different dimensions.

## Characteristic ## weber ## Notes  Wb

## Metric (SI) Equivalent

weber is a metric unit (in fact, it is a derived SI unit)

## Metric (SI) Dimensions

length2 × mass × time-2 × electric-current-1

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