T3780 Measurement unit code

Code valueNameDescriptionUsed in Sweden
1NCountCount
1SMilligram per Kilogram (mg/kg)Milligram per Kilogram (mg/kg)
23Grams Per Cubic CentimetreGrams Per Cubic Centimetre
28Kilogram per square metreA unit of pressure equal to 9.80665*10-05 Bar
2LCubic Foot Per MinuteCubic foot per minute
2MCentimetre Per SecondThe number of centimetre per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
2NDecibelA measurement for sound in air and other gases, relative to 20 micropascals (μPa) = 2×10−5 Pa, the quietest sound a human can hear. This is roughly the sound of a mosquito flying 3 metres away. This is often abbreviated to just "dB"; however the correct abbreviation is dB(SPL), indicating decibel for Sound Pressure Level.
2PKilobyteA unit of information equal to 10³ (1000) bytes.
2QKilo BecquerelkBq is 10³ Bq
2XMetre Per MinuteMetre Per Minute
4GMicrolitreA microlitre is one millionth of a litre
4HMicrometreA micrometre is one millionth of a metre, also termed Micron.
4LMegabyteA unit of information equal to 10 (1000000) bytes.
4NMegabecquerelMegabecquerel: 106 Bq1 Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second.
58Net kilogramA unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms after deductions.
59Part per millionA unit of proportion equal to 10-6 (ppm).
5BBatchA unit of count defining the number of batches (batch: quantity of material produced in one operation or number of animals or persons coming at once).
64Pound per square inch - GaugePsig (pound-force per square inch gauge) is a unit of pressure relative to the surrounding atmosphere. At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in²).
80Pound per square inch - AbsolutePsia (pound-force per square inch absolute)is a unit of pressure pressure relative to a vacuum (such as that in space). At sea level, Earth's atmosphere actually exerts a pressure of 14.7 psi. Humans do not feel this pressure because internal pressure of liquid in their bodies matches the external pressure. If a pressure gauge is calibrated to read zero in space, then at sea level on Earth it would read 14.7 psi. Thus a reading of 30 psig, on Earth, on a tire gauge represents an absolute pressure of 44.7 psi (lb/in²).
A11AngstromA unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimetre, 10–10 metre, used mainly to express wavelengths and interatomic distances.
A24Candela per Square MetreCandela per Square Metre
A43Deadweight TonnageA unit of mass defining the difference between the weight of a ship when completely empty and its weight when completely loaded, expressed as the number of tons.
A71FemtometreFemtometre- a quadrillionth of a metre (10 to the negative 15th power)
A86GigahertzA unit of frenquecy equal to 109 Hertz
ADByteA unit of information equal to 8 bits.
AMHAmpere HourA unit of electric charge defining the amount of charge accumulated by a steady flow of one ampere for one hour.
AMPAmpereAmpere
ANNYearUnit of time equal to 365,25 days.X
APZTroy ounce or apothecary ounceThe troy ounce is a unit of imperial measure. In the present day it is most commonly used to gauge the weight and therefore the price of precious metals. One troy ounce equals 480 grains or 31.1035 grams.
ASAssortmentA unit of count defining the number of assortments (assortment: set of items grouped in a mixed collection).
ATMStandard AtmosphereStandard Atmosphere
ATTTechnical AtmosphereTechnical Atmosphere
AWGGaugeGauge- A number referring to the outer diameter of hypodermic or suture needles. Smaller gauge numbers indicate larger outer diameters. Inner diameter depends on both gauge and wall thickness. An increasing needle-gauge size corresponds to a smaller diameter needle. This is contrary to French Gauge where an increasing gauge size corresponds to a larger external diameter.
AXUAnti XA UnitA unit of measure for blood potency. Units for the anti XA activity which is a measure to the anti coagulating effect at low molecular heparins.
B10Bit per secondIn telecommunications and computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a variable R or fb) is the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time. The bit rate is quantified using the bits per second (bit/s or bps) unit.
B37Kilogram ForceThe gravitational force of a kilogram weight or a one-kilogram mass multiplied by the acceleration of standard Earth gravity, equal to 9.8 newtons.
B47Kilonewton1000 Newtons or amount needed to accelerate 1 kilogram of mass at the rate of 1 metre per second squared multiplied by 1000 (Used to measure force of an object where the value exceeds 1000 newtons).
B60Lumens per Square MeterLumens per Square MeterX
B61Lumens Per WattThe number of Lumens expressed per watt.
B62Lumen SecondsLumen seconds is the SI derived unit of luminous energy. It is based on the lumen, the SI unit of luminous flux, and the second, the SI base unit of time. The lumen second is sometimes called the Talbot (symbol T).
B64Lux SecondsExposure is measured in lux seconds, and can be computed from exposure value (EV) and scene luminance in a specified region.
BARBar (unit of pressure)The bar is widely used in descriptions of pressure; 1 bar = 100 kilopascals 0.987 atmospheres.
BBBase boxA unit of area of 112 sheets of tin mil products (tin plate, tin free steel or black plate) 14 by 20 inches, or 31,360 square inches.
BFTBoard FootA specialized unit of measure for the volume of rough lumber (before drying and planing with no adjustments) or planed/surfaced lumber. It is the volume of a one-foot length of a board one foot wide and one inch thick. Some countries utilize the synonym super foot or superficial foot.
BLLBarrel USThere are varying standards for barrel for some specific commodities, including 31 gal for beer, 40 gal for whiskey or kerosene, and 42 gal for petroleum. The general standard for liquids is 31.5 gal or half a hogshead; the general standard for dry contents is 7,056 Cubic Inches.
BPHundred board footA unit of volume equal to one hundred board foot.
BPMBeats Per MinuteBeats Per Minute
BQLBecquerelThe becquerel (symbol Bq) is the SI derived unit of radioactivity. One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. SI uses the becquerel rather than the second for the unit of activity measure to avoid dangerous mistakes: a measurement in becquerels is proportional to activity, and thus a more dangerous source of radiation gives a higher reading. A measurement in seconds is inversely proportional.
BTUBritish thermal unitThe British thermal unit (BTU or Btu) is a traditional unit of energy. It is approximately the amount of energy needed to heat one pound of water one degree Fahrenheit. One Btu is equal to about 1.06 kilojoules. It is used in the power, steam generation, heating and air conditioning industries.
BUABushel (US)A bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture
BUIBushel (UK)A bushel is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 4 pecks or 8 gallons. It is used for volumes of dry commodities (not liquids), most often in agriculture
C16Millimetre Per SecondThe number of millimetre per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
C18Millimolea millimole is one thousandth of a mole.
C26MillisecondA millisecond (from milli- and second; abbreviation: ms) is a thousandth (1/1000) of a second.
C34MoleThe mole (symbol mol) is the SI base unit of amount of substance; one of a few units used to measure this physical quantity. A mole will possess mass exactly equal to the substance's molecular or atomic weight in grams. That is to say, a substance's atomic or molecular mass in atomic mass units is the same as its molar mass in grams. Because of this, one can measure the number of moles in a pure substance by weighing it and comparing the result to its molecular or atomic weight
C45NanometreNanometre- a billionth of a metre (10 to the negative 9th power)
C47Nano SecondsA nanosecond is an SI unit of time equal to one thousand-millionth of a second (or one billionth of a second), that is, 10−9 seconds.
C52PicometrePicometre- a trillionth of a metre (10 to the negative 12th power)
C65Pascal SecondsPascal second ( N s / m 2 ) is the unit of dynamic viscosity which is also known as the absolute viscosity of the fluid. It is the fluids internal resistance to flow . e.g.: water has dynamic viscosity of 1.787 at 273K or 0 degrees Celsius. and 1.002 Pa-second at 293K i.e. 20degrees Celsius.
C75PicowattPicowatt is a derived metric SI (System International) measurement unit of power. The picowatt is equal to one trillionth of a watt (10-12W).
CELDegree CelsiusCelsius (also historically known as centigrade) is a temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius (°C) and the boiling point 100 °C (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 100 degrees apart.X
CFUColony Forming UnitsColony Forming Units: is a rough estimate of the number of viable bacteria or fungal cells in a sample.
CGCardA unit of count defining the number of units of card (card: thick stiff paper or cardboard).
CGMCentigramA centigram is one hundredth (1/100) of a gram
CLTCentilitreA centilitre is one hundredth (1/100) of a litre
CMKSquare centimetreA square centimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 centimetre in length.
CMQCubic centimetreA cubic centimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one centimetre (0.01 m) equal to a millilitre.
CMTCentimetreA centimetre is equal to one hundredth of a metre.X
CTMMetric CaratMetric Carat.
CWAHundred pound (cwt) / hundred weight (US)A unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System equal to 100 pounds (45.36 kilograms); also called cental.
CWIHundred weight (UK) A unit of weight in the British Imperial System equal to 112 pounds (50.80 kilograms); also called quintal.
D03Kilowatt / hourA unit of accumulated energy of a thousand watts over a period of one hour.
D19Square Metre Kelvin Per WattSquare metre kelvin per watt .The definition is the thermal resistance (or Rd value) of the material, which is measured by the thickness of the material layer divided by the thermal conductivity of the material. and is expressed in m²K/W.
D29TerahertzA unit of frenquecy equal to 1012 Hertz
D30TerajouleA terajoule is 10¹² joules
D32Terawatt hourA terawatt hour is 109 * kilowat hour or 3.6 petajoules.
D40Thousand LitreReferences SI system of units of measure
D43Atomic Mass Units (AMU)Atomic Mass Units
D5Kilogram per square centimetreA kilogram-force per square centimeter (kgf/cm2), often just kilogram per square centimeter (kg/cm2), or kilopond per square centimeter is a unit of pressure using metric units. Its use is now deprecated; it is not a part of the International System of Units (SI), the modern metric system. The unit is similar to the English unit psi (lbf/in2).
D55Heat Transfer CoefficientHeat Transfer Coefficient
D63BookA unit of count defining the number of books (book: set of items bound together or written document of a material whole).
D70Calorie - International Table (IT)A calorie is 1/100 of the amount of energy required to warm one gram of air-free water from 0 °C to 100 °C at standard atmospheric pressure; this is about 4.190 J. Its use is archaic, having been replaced by the SI unit of energy, the joule. However, in many countries it remains in common use as a unit of food energy. In the context of nutrition, and especially food labelling, the calorie is approximately equal to 4.1868 joules (J), and energy values are normally quoted in kilojoules (kJ) and kilocalories (kcal).
DAYDaysA day is one three hundreds and sixty fifth (1/365) of a year
DDDegree (Unit of Angle)A measurement of plane angle, representing 1⁄360 of a full rotation; one degree is equivalent to π/180 radians.
DGDecigramA decigram is one tenth (1/10) of a gram.
DLTDecilitreA decilitre is one tenth (1/10) of a litre.
DMKSquare decimetreA square deciimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 deciimetre in length.
DMQCubic decimetreA cubic decimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one decimetre (0.1 m)
DMTDecimetreA decimetre is equal to one tenth of a metre.
DRADram (US)The dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The term also refers to the fluid dram, a measure of capacity equal 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.696 691 195 312 5 mL in the United States.
DRIDram (UK)The dram (archaic spelling drachm) was historically both a coin and a weight. Currently it is both a small mass in the Apothecaries' system of weights and a small unit of volume. This unit is called more correctly fluid dram or in contraction also fluidram. The fluid dram is defined as 1⁄8 of a fluid ounce, which means it is exactly equal to 3.551 632 812 500 0 mL in the Commonwealth and Ireland. In England dram came to mean a small draught of cordial or alcohol; hence the term dram-house for the taverns where one could purchase a dram.
DZNDozenA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 12.
E09Milliampere hourMilliampere hour
E14KilocalorieA unit of energy equal to 1000 calories.X
E2010⁶ (1000000) bits (binary digits) per secondA unit of information equal to 10⁶ (1000000) bits (binary digits) per second.
E27DoseA unit of count defining the number of doses (dose: a definite quantity of a medicine or drug).
E32Litre Per HourLitre Per Hour
E34GigabyteA unit of information equal to 109 bytes.
E35TerabyteA unit of information equal to 10¹² bytes.
E36PetabyteA unit of information equal to 10¹5 bytes. 1000 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte
E37PixelA unit of count defining the number of pixels (pixel: picture element).
E39Dots per inchA unit of count defining the number of dots per linear inch as a measure of the resolution or sharpness of a graphic image.
E4Gross kilogramA unit of mass defining the total number of kilograms before deductions.
E55UseA unit of count defining the number of times an object is used.
EAEachA unit of count defining the number of items regarded as separate units.
ELUELISA UnitsEnzyme-linked immunosorbent assay unit, is always associated with a product and a method.
F27Gram Per HourGram Per Hour
F79Inch of MercuryInch of mercury conversion of 3,386 39 × 10³ kg x m⁻¹ x s⁻² OR 3386.389 pascals.
FAHDegree Fahrenheit The Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and the boiling point 212 °F (at standard atmospheric pressure), placing the boiling and freezing points of water exactly 180 degrees apart.
FHMicromoleOne millionth (10 -6 ) of a mole.
FJSizing FactorSizing Factor
FOTFootThe international foot is defined to be equal to 0.3048 meters.
FPPound per square footA non SI unit of Pressure approximately equal to 47.88025 PASCAL's.
FRFoot Per MinuteThe number of foot per minute the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
FSFoot Per SecondThe number of foot per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
FTKSquare footA square foot is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 foot in length.
FTQCubic footA cubic foot is the volume of a cube of side length one foot (0.3048 m) .
G2US Gallon Per MinuteUS gallon per minute
G21Cup (US)Cup (US)
G23PeckA peck is an imperial and U.S. customary unit of dry volume, equivalent in each of these systems to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints.
G24TablespoonTablespoon. 1/2 fluid ounces, 3 teaspoons, 15 millilitres
G25TeaspoonTeaspoon. 1/6 fluid ounces or 5 millilitres
G26StereThe stere or stère is a unit of volume in the original metric system equal to one cubic metre. The stère is typically used for measuring large quantities of firewood or other cut wood,
GBQGigabecquerelA unit of activity equal to 109 becquerels.
GFIGram of Fissile IsotopeA unit of mass defining the number of grams of a fissile isotope (fissile isotope: an isotope whose nucleus is able to be split when irradiated with low energy neutrons).
GLGram Per LitreA unit of measurement of mass concentration that shows how many grams of a certain substance are present in one litre.X
GLIGallon (UK)The imperial (UK) gallon was legally defined as 4.54609 litres.
GLLGallon (US)The U.S. liquid gallon is legally defined as 231 cubic inches, and is equal to exactly 3.785411784 litres or about 0.133680555 cubic feet.
GMGram per square metreIn the metric system, the density of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, is expressed in terms of grams per square meter (g/m²). This quantity is commonly called grammage both in English and French (ISO 536), though many English-speaking countries still refer to the "weight". The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density.
GRMGramA gram is defined as one one-thousandth of the kilogram (1×10-3 kg).X
GRNGrainA grain or troy grain is precisely 64.79891 milligrams. Exactly 7,000 grains per avoirdupois pound.
GROGrossA unit of count defining the number of units in multiples of 144 (12 x 12).
GWHGigawatt hourA gigaawatt hour is 109 kilowat hour or 3.6 terajoules.
H49Centimetre Per HourThe number of centimetre per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
H67Millimetre Per HourThe number of millimetre per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
H79French gaugeThe French scale (most correctly abbreviated as Fr, but also often abbreviated as FR or F) is commonly used to measure the catheter size (Circumference is in millimeters), in which 1 Fr = 0.33 mm in diameter. In the French Gauge system as it is also known, the diameter in millimeters of the catheter can be determined by dividing the French size by 3, thus an increasing French size corresponds with a larger diameter catheter. The following equations summarize the relationships: D(mm) = Fr/3 or Fr = D(mm)*3
H81Millimetre Per MinuteThe number of millimetre per minute the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
H83Litre per kilogramLitre per kilogram.
H87PieceA unit of count defining the number of pieces (piece: a single item, article or exemplar).X
HCHundred countA unit of count defining the number of units counted in multiples of 100.
HDHalf dozenA unit of count defining the number of units in multiplt of six (6).
HEPHistamine Equivalent PrickHistamine equivalent prick testing for allergen.
HGMHectogramA hectogram is one hundred (100) grams
HLTHectolitreA hectolitre is one hundred (100) litres.
HMMile Per Hour (statute mile)The number of mile per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
HNConventional millimetre of mercuryConventional millimetre of mercury mm Hg.
HTZHertzA unit of frequency defined as the number of complete cycles per second; it is the basic unit of frequency in the International System of Units (SI).
HURHourAn hour is a unit of measurement of time of the duration of 60 minutes, or 3600 seconds. It is 1/24 of a median Earth day.X
INHInchesAn international inch is defined to be equal to 25.4 millimeters.X
INKSquare inchA square inch is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 inch in length.
INQCubic inchA cubic inch is the volume of a cube of side length one inch (0.254 m).
IUInch Per SecondThe number of inch per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
JOUJouleA joule is the energy exerted by a force of one newton acting to move an object through a distance of one metre.
K14Foot Per HourThe number of foot per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
K30Gallon (US liquid) Per SecondGallon (US liquid) per second
K43HorsepowerHorsepower (electric) - Automotive horsepower is defined as "a unit of power equal to 550 foot-pounds per second (745.7 watts)".
K6KilolitreA kilolitre is one thousand (1000) litres.
KDWKilogram drained net weightKilogram drained net weight.
KGMKilogramA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams.X
KHY Kilogram of hydrogen peroxideKilogram of hydrogen peroxide.
KHZKilohertzA unit of frenquecy equal to 103 Hertz
KIUKallikrein inactivator unit.Kallikrein Inactivator Unit per Milliliter definition: An arbitrary unit of a kallikrein inactivator concentration equal to the concentration at which one milliliter of the mixture contains one unit of the kallikrein inactivator
KJOKilojouleA kilojoule is 1000 joulesX
KMAKilogram of methylamineKilogram of methylamine
KMHKilometre Per HourThe number of kilometre per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
KMTKilometreA kilometre is one thousand (1000) metres
KNIKilogram of nitrogenKilogram of nitrogen
KNMKilonewton Per Square MetreKilonewton Per Square Metre
KNTKnotThe number of knots the trade item or part of the trade item moves. A Knot is a unit of speed equal to one nautical mile (1.852 km) per hour, approximately 1.151 mph.
KOThe milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of productThe milliequivalence caustic potash per gram of product. A unit of count defining the number of milligrams of potassium hydroxide per gram of product as a measure of the concentration of potassium hydroxide in the product.
KPAKilopascal- a thousand pascals (10 to the 3rd power)Kilopascal- a thousand pascals (10 to the 3rd power)
KPHKilogram of potassium hydroxide (caustic potash)Kilogram of potassium hydroxide (caustic potash)
KPOKilogram of potassium oxideKilogram of potassium oxide
KPPKilogram of phosphorus pentoxide (phosphoric anhydride)Kilogram of phosphorus pentoxide (phosphoric anhydride).
KSDKilogram of substance 90% dryKilogram of substance 90% dry
KSHKilogram of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda)Kilogram of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda)
KTKitA unit of count defining the number of kits (kit: tub, barrel or pail).
KURKilogram of UraniumA unit of mass equal to one thousand grams of uranium.
KWHKilowatt hourA kilowatt hour is a unit of energy equal to 3.6 megajoules. It is also a common commercial unit of electric energy representing the amount of energy delivered at a rate of 1,000 watts over a period of one hour.
KWTKilowattA kilowatt is one thousand (1000) watts
LBRPoundThe international avoirdupois pound of exactly 0.45359237 kilogram.
LDLitre / DayLitre per day.
LFLinear footA unit of count defining the number of feet (12inch) in length of a uniform width object.
LKLinkA unit of distance equal to 0.01 chain.
LMLinear metreA unit of count defining the number of metres in length of a uniform width object.
LPALitre of pure alcoholeLitre of pure alcohol.
LRLayerA unit of count defining the number of layers.
LTNTon (UK) or long ton (US)Ton (UK) = 1016 Kg or 2240 Lb.
LTRLitreA litre is defined as a special name for a cubic decimetre (1 L = 1 dm3 = 103 cm3).
LUXLuxThe International System unit of illumination, equal to one lumen per square meter.X
M57Mile Per MinuteThe number of mile per minute the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M58Mile Per SecondThe number of mile per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M60Metre Per HourThe number of meter per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M62Kilometre Per SecondThe number of kilometre per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M63Inch Per MinuteThe number of inch per minute the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M64Yard Per SecondThe number of yard per second the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M65Yard Per MinuteThe number of yard per minute the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
M66Yard Per HourThe number of yard per hour the trade item or part of the trade item moves.
MAWMegawattA unit of power defining the rate of energy transferred or consumed when a current of 1000 amperes flows due to a potential of 1000 volts at unity power factor.
MBRMillibarMillibar- a hundred pascals (10 to the 2nd power)
MCMicrogramA microgram is one millionth of a gram (0.000001)X
MEQMilliequivalentsmEq or milliequivalents, the measure is used in terms of milliequivalents of solute per liter of solvent (or milliNormal where mEq/L = mN). This is especially common for measurement of compounds in biological fluids; for instance, the healthy level of potassium in the blood of a human is defined between 3.5 and 5.0 mEq/L. To better be able to denote the units of measure for nutrients as used in business today.
MGMMilligramA milligram is one thousandth of a gram (0.001)X
MHZMegahertzA unit of frenquecy equal to 106 Hertz
MIKSquare mileA square mile is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 mile in length.
MINMinute (unit of time)A minute is a unit of time equal to 1/60th of an hour or 60 seconds
MIUMillion International Unit (NIE)A unit of count defining the number of international units in multiples of 106.
MLTMillilitreA millilitre is one thousandth of a litre (0.001)X
MMKSquare millimetreA square millimetre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 millimetre in length.
MMQCubic millimetreA cubic millimetre is the volume of a cube of side length one milliimetre (0.001 m)
MMTMillimetreA millimetre is one thousandth of a metre (0.001)X
MONMonthUnit of time equal to 1/12 of a year of 365,25 daysX
MPNMost Probable NumberMost Probable Number: is a method of getting quantitative data on concentrations of discrete items from positive/negative (incidence) data..
MQHCubic Metre Per HourCubic Metre Per Hour
MTKSquare metreA square metre is an area of a square whose sides are exactly 1 metre in length.X
MTQCubic metreA cubic metre is the volume of a cube of side length one metre.X
MTRMetreThe metre is the basic unit of length in the International System of Units (SI).
MTSMetre Per SecondDefines the speed defined by distance in metres divided by time in seconds.
MWHMegawatt hour (1000 kW.h)A unit of energy defining the total amount of bulk energy transferred or consumed.
N16Inch of Mercury (32 ºF)Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inHg meets the static pressure, which is generated by a mercury at a temperature of 32°F with a height of 1 inch.3,386 38 x 10³ Pa OR 3386.38 pascals.
N17Inch of Mercury (60 ºF)Non SI-conforming unit of pressure according to the Anglo-American and Imperial system for units, whereas the value of 1 inHg meets the static pressure, which is generated by a mercury at a temperature of 60°F with a height of 1 inch.3,376 85 x 10³ Pa OR 3376.85 pascals.
NCLNumber of cellsNumber of cells
NEWNewtonNewton
NIUNumber of International UnitsA unit of count defining the number of international units. The International Unit is a unit of measurement for the amount of a substance, based on measured biological activity or effect. The unit is used for vitamins, hormones, some medications, vaccines, blood products, and similar biologically active substances
NPRNumber of pairsNumber of pairs
NUNewton MetreNewton Metre
OHMOhmA unit for electrical impedance, the ratio of the voltage phasor to the electric current phasor.
ONOunces per square yardThe weight of one square yard of the material expressed in ounces. Commonly used to express the density or weight of all types of paper, paperboard, and fabric, e.g. 20 OZ or 20 Weight denim has an area density of 20 oz/yd2. The term density here is used somewhat incorrectly, as density is mass by volume. More precisely, it is a measure of the area density, areal density, or surface density.
ONZOunce A unit of mass with several definitions, the most commonly used of which are equal to approximately 30 grams
OPMOscillations Per MinuteOscillations Per Minute
OZAFluid ounce (US)A fluid ounce (US) is equal to one sixteenth (1/16) of a US pint or 29.5735295625 millilitres .
OZIFluid ounce (UK)A fluid ounce (UK) is equal to one thirtieth (1/30) of a UK pint or 28.4130625 millilitres.
P1PercentA unit of proportion equal to 0.01.X
PALPascalThe pascal (symbol: Pa) is the SI derived unit of pressure, stress, Young's modulus and tensile strength. It is a measure of force per unit area, defined as one newton per square metre.
PDPadA unit of count defining the number of pads (pad: block of paper sheets fastened together at one end).
PFUPlaque Forming unit(s)Plaque Forming unit(s)
PNTPointA single unit on a scale of measurement as part of an incentive program or pricing structure used as a means of making a quantitative evaluation.
PRPairA unit of count defining the number of pairs (pair: item described by two's).
PRSPotential Renal Solute LoadPotential Renal Solute Load
PSPound-force per square inchThe pound-force per square inch (symbol: psi or lbf/in2 or lbf/in2) is a unit of pressure or of stress based on avoirdupois units. It is the pressure resulting from a force of one pound-force applied to an area of one square inch. Other abbreviations are used that append a modifier to "psi". However, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends that, to avoid confusion, any modifiers be instead applied to the quantity being measured rather than the unit of measure[1] For example, "Pg = 100 psi" rather than "P = 100 psig".
PTDDry Pint (US)The United States dry pint is equal one eighth of a US dry gallon or one half US dry quarts. It is used in the United States but is not as common as the liquid pint.
PTIPint (UK)A pint (UK) is equal to 1/8 Gallon (UK); used primarly as a measure for beer and cider when sold by the glass.
PTLLiquid pint (US)The US liquid pint is equal one eighth of a United States liquid gallon.
PTNPortion:Portion
Q30pH (potential of Hydrogen) The activity of the (solvated) hydrogen ion (a logarithmic measure used to state the acidity or alkalinity of a chemical solution).
Q32FemtolitreFemtolitre- Femtolitre is the metric unit of volume equal to one thousand trillionth (European) or one quadrillionth (American) litre. One femtolitre is the same as one cubic micrometre (μm3), , which can be represented numerically as 0.00000000000001/liter.
Q33 PicolitrePicoliter is the metric unit of volume equal to a trillionth (one millionth of a millionth) of a liter, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000000001/liter. just as the prefix nano denotes a billionth part
Q34NanolitreNanolitre is the metric unit of volume equal to one billionth of a litre, which can be represented numerically as 0.000000001/liter.
QBPage - hardcopyA unit of count defining the number of hardcopy pages (hardcopy page: a page rendered as printed or written output on paper, film, or other permanent medium).
QTDQuart (US dry)A US dry quart is equal to 1/32 of a US bushel, exactly 1.101220942715 litres.
QTLLiquid quart (US)A US liquid quart exactly equals 57.75 cubic inches, which is exactly equal to 0.946352946 litres.
R9Thousand cubic metreThousand cubic metre
RPMRevolutions Per MinuteRevolutions Per Minute
S4Square Metre / SecondMetre squared per second.
SECSecond (unit of time)A second is a unit of time equal to 1/60th of an minute.
SETSetA unit of count defining the number of sets (set: a number of objects grouped together).
SMIMile (statute mile)A statute mile of 5,280 feet (exactly 1,609.344 meters).
SQESQ-ENumber of allergens based on the SQ-E unit
STNTon (US) or short ton (UK)Ton (US) = 2000 Lb or 907 Kg
SXShipmentA unit of count defining the number of shipments (shipment: an amount of goods shipped or transported).
T3Thousand pieceThousand piece
TNETonneMetric ton = 1000 Kg
TPITeeth Per InchTeeth Per Inch
U2TabletA unit of count defining the number of tablets (tablet: a small flat or compressed solid object).
UATorrTorr
VLTVoltVolt
WEEWeek A week is a time unit equal to seven days.
WHRWatt hourThe watt-hour is a unit of energy equivalent to one watt of power expended for one hour of time; it is equal to 3.6 kilojoules. The watt-hour is rarely used to express energy in any form other than electrical.
WTTWattA watt is a derived unit of power; one watt is equivalent to 1 joule (J) of energy per second.
XRERetinol Equivalent (RE)A unit used for quantifying the vitamin A value of sources of vitamin A, including both preformed retinoids and precursor carotenoids. Examples include: . One RE is equivalent to 1 mcg of retinol, 6 mcg of Beta-carotene, or 12 mcg of other pro-vitamin A carotenoids. . One RE is equivalent to 0.3 International Units of retinol or 0.1 International Units of Beta-carotene.
XRORollA unit of count defining the number of rolls where "Roll" is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate.
X_SERServingA unit of count defining the number of servings being referenced. There is a validation limiting the usage of this UoM.
XSTSheetA unit of count defining the number of “Sheets” where “Sheet” is the name of the code value in UN/ECE Recommendation 21, pluralized as appropriate.
X_CCACold Cramp AmpA measurement of the number of amps a battery can deliver at 0 ° F for 30 seconds and not drop below 7.2 volts.
X_CFGColony Forming Units per gram (CFU/g)Colony Forming Units per gram (CFU/g). See CFU for definition of Colony Forming Unit
X_CFPColony Forming Units per Pound (CFU/lb)Colony Forming Units per Pound (CFU/lb) See CFU for definition of Colony Forming Unit
X_CHDCentisimal Hahnemannian Dilution (CH)A count of attenuation steps or dilution levels representing the homeopathic potency of a substance using the Hahnemannian (CH) method of attenuation; commonly denoted as CH1, CH2, CH3, etc. Each centesimal attenuation step represents one part source material combined with 99 parts dilution medium; commonly denoted as C1, C2, C3, etc.
X_DBADecibarDecibar
X_DWTPenny WeightA pennyweight (abbreviated dwt or denarius weight) is a unit of mass that is equal to 24 grains, 1⁄20 of a troy ounce, 1⁄240 of a troy pound, and exactly 1.55517384 grams. (Usage- The pennyweight is the common weight used in the valuation and measurement of precious metals. Jewellers use the pennyweight in calculating the amount and cost of precious metals used in fabricating or casting jewellery. Similarly, dentists and dental labs still use the pennyweight as the measure of precious metals in dental crowns and inlays.)
X_HINHundredths of an InchOne Hundredth of an inch or 0.01. (Usage- Measurements of Papers, Films, Circuit boards and the like)
X_IUKInternational Units per Kilogram (IU/kg)International Units per Kilogram (IU/kg) a unit of activity or potency for vitamins, hormones, or other substances, defined individually for each substance in terms of the activity of a standard quantity or preparation.
X_KVNKorsakovian (K)A count of attenuation steps or dilution levels representing the homeopathic potency of a substance using the Korsakovian (K) method of attenuation; commonly denoted as CK1, CK2, CK3, etc. Each centesimal attenuation step represents one part source material combined with 99 parts dilution medium; commonly denoted as C1, C2, C3, etc.
X_MLMMillesimai (LM)A count of attenuation steps or dilution levels representing the homeopathic potency of a substance where each attenuation step represents one part source material combined with 49,999 parts dilution medium; commonly denoted as LM1, LM2, LM3, etc.
X_MPGMiles Per GallonFuel usage by the number of miles the trade item can go on 1 US gallon of fuel.
X_MTCMother tincture (Dry material)A count of a dry crud medical substance Mother tincture, when used for homeopathic preparations, are liquid preparations obtained by the solvent action of a suitable vehicle upon raw materials. The raw materials (medical substance) are usually in the fresh form but may be dried. Mother tinctures for homeopathic preparations may also be obtained from plant juices, with, or without the addition of a vehicle.
X_NGMNanogramA nanogram is 10-9 gram or a billionth of a gram.
X_PPCPixel per centimetreA unit of count defining the number of pixels per linear centimetre as a measurement of the resolution of devices in various contexts; typically computer displays, image scanners or digital camera image sensors.
X_PPIPixel per inchA unit of count defining the number of pixels per linear inch (PPI) as a measurement of the resolution of devices in various contexts; typically computer displays, image scanners or digital camera image sensors.
X_RAERetinol Activity EquivalentsA measure of vitamin A activity based on the capacity of the body to convert provitamin carotenoids containing at least one unsubstituted ionone ring to retinaldehyde. 1 microgram RAE = 1 mg retinol = 12 mg β-carotene = 24 mg other vitamin A precursor carotenoids.
X_SINThirty Seconds of an InchThirty Seconds of an inch (1/32 or 0.3125). (Usage when measuring using some measuring tapes. Commonly used in model making and some hobbies for scaling to full size. Also used in railway applications.)
X_SPSSample per secondA unit of count defining the number of samplings takes during a period of time
X_UINTen Thousandths of an InchOne Ten Thousandths of an inch or 0.0001 often called a "tenth" in machinery. (Usage- Measurements of some machine parts, gaps in spark plugs).
YDKSquare Yard A square yard is the area of a square with sides of one yard (three feet, thirty-six inches, 0.9144 metres) in length
YRDYardA yard is It is equal to 3 feet or 36 inches or 0.9144 meter.