This program is a tool for doing unit conversions common to engineering and science. The program also has a strong emphasis for chemistry, chemical, metallurgical and materials engineers, as it includes many unit conversion found in those fields. Additional features of the program are it contains fundamental engineering data/constants which are used for a variety of calculations. The program was also written to make it easy to copy and paste data from the program to a spreadsheet for instance. In total there are 84 tables of data the program uses, an extensive amount of information to help with all your unit conversion needs.
Click this link to download the zip file
Installation is for Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10:
If you already have these installed then you might get a message that failed to install with a choice to continue or cancel. If you continue, then the rest of the installation will procede. If you don't have those prerequisites, it will extract and install them, and ask you to reboot the computer once. When you reboot, it will finish the installation
or if necessary, you can go to the Program Files (x86)\Units Converter LE folder and right click Units.exe to run as administrator.
One is mentioned already in the Program Files (x86) directory and the other containing the database is in the users\"user name"\appdata\roaming directory
The use of the program is very sraightforward: Top down, left to right
There are seven tables of data you can use with fundamental engineering data/constants. The steps are as follows:
The table (*.pdf) linked below names each symbol:
Unit Names Table