The Unit Converter API

The Unit Converter API

The Unit Converter API is a powerful and versatile tool that allows you to effortlessly convert between different units of measurement across a wide range of categories.

API description

About the API:  

Introducing the The Unit Converter API: The ultimate tool for seamless conversions, whether you're a developer creating an application, a student working on a scientific project, or a professional who needs to convert measurements for your work, a reliable and comprehensive unit converter is essential. That's where the Unit Converter API comes in.

With its easy-to-use interface and extensive database, this API simplifies the conversion process, saving you time and effort. Let's take a look at what makes the unit converter API stand out from the rest.

One of the strengths of the The Unit Converter API is its wide collection of measurement categories. From basic units like square meter and more specialized categories like energy and frequency, the API covers a wide range of unit types.

The API's intuitive and well-documented interface makes it incredibly easy to integrate into your applications. With just a few lines of code, you can retrieve conversion results in various formats, such as JSON, making it compatible with a wide range of programming languages and frameworks.

Accuracy is paramount when it comes to unit conversions, and the The Unit Converter API excels in this regard. The underlying database is regularly updated and meticulously maintained, ensuring that you always get the most accurate and up-to-date conversion results. Whether you are working with common units or more obscure measurements, you can rely on the API for accurate conversions every time.

With guaranteed uptime and fast response times, you can trust that the Drive Conversion API will integrate seamlessly into your applications without any hiccups.

In conclusion, the The Unit Converter API is a comprehensive and powerful tool that simplifies the unit conversion process. With its broad measurement categories, user-friendly interface, accuracy and additional features, it stands out as the ultimate solution for developers, students and professionals.


What this API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

It will receive parameters and provide you with a JSON.


What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Manufacturing and production: Manufacturers often work with measurements in various units, such as volume and energy. API can help convert these measurements, ensuring consistency and accuracy in production processes.

  2. Renewable energy monitoring: APIs that convert energy measurements, such as kilowatt-hours (kWh), can be used in renewable energy monitoring systems to track and report energy generation and consumption data from solar panels, wind turbines and other renewable sources.

  3. IoT and smart home devices: Smart home devices often collect and display metrics such as energy consumption. An API that converts these metrics can provide standardized and compatible data between different devices.

  4. Travel and navigation: Travel and navigation applications can use the API to convert distances, speed, making it easier for users to plan routes and estimate travel times.

  5. Academic and scientific research: Researchers and scientists often need to convert measurements between different units when conducting experiments or analyzing data. An API that performs accurate conversions can aid in data analysis and ensure consistency in scientific research.

Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls, there are no other limitations.

API Documentation


To use this endpoint all you have to do is run it and you will get all the available measures.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"area":["square kilometer","square meter","square mile","square yard","square foot","square inch","hectare","acre"],"data-transfer-rate":["Bit per second","Kilobit per second","Kilobyte per second","Kibibit per second","Megabit per second","Megabyte per second","Mebibit per second","Gigabit per second","Gigabyte per second","Gibibit per second","Terabit per second","Terabyte per second","Tebibit per second"],"digital-storage":["Bit","Kilobit","Kibibit","Megabit","Mebibit","Gigabit","Gibibit","Terabit","Tebibit","Petabit","Pebibit","Byte","Kilobyte","Kibibyte","Megabyte","Mebibyte","Gigabyte","Gibibyte","Terabyte","Tebibyte","Petabyte","Pebibyte"],"energy":["Joule","Kilojoule","Gram calorie","Kilocalorie","Watt hour","Kilowatt hour","Electronvolt","British thermal unit","US therm","Foot-pound"],"frequency":["Hertz","Kilohertz","Megahertz","Gigahertz"],"fuel-economics":["Miles per gallon","Miles per gallon (Imperial)","Kilometer per liter","Liter per 100 kilometers"],"length":["kilometer","meter","centimeter","millimeter","micrometers","nanometer","mile","yard","foot","inch","nautical mile"],"mass":["Tonne","Kilogram","Gram","Milligram","Microgram","Imperial ton","US ton","Stone","Pound","Ounce"],"plane-angle":["Arcsecond","Degree","Gradian","Milliradian","Minute of arc","Radian"],"pressure":["Bar","Pascal","Pound per square inch","Standard atmosphere","Torr"],"speed":["Mile per hour","Foot per second","Meter per second","Kilometer per hour","Knot"],"temperature":["Degree Celsius","Fahrenheit","Kelvin"],"time":["Nanosecond","Microsecond","Millisecond","Second","Minute","Hour","Day","Week","Month","Calendar year","Decade","Century"],"volume":["US liquid gallon","US liquid quart","US liquid pint","US legal cup","Fluid ounce","US tablespoon","US teaspoon","Cubic meter","Liter","Milliliter","Imperial gallon","Imperial quart","Imperial pint","Imperial cup","Imp. fluid ounce","Imperial tablespoon","Imperial teaspoon","Cubic foot","Cubic inch"]}

To use this endpoint, all you have to do is enter the type of measurement in the parameters. You must also insert the units you want to transform with a value.



                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"from":"Square mile","to":"Square kilometer","input":3,"result":7.769964}

Get Measurement - Endpoint Features
Object Description
type [Required]
from [Required]
to [Required]
value [Required]

To use this endpoint all you have to do is enter the type of measurement. You must also insert the units you want to transform with a value.




Get Measurement post - Endpoint Features
Object Description
Request Body [Required] Json

API Access Key & Authentication

After signing up, every developer is assigned a personal API access key, a unique combination of letters and digits provided to access to our API endpoint. To authenticate with the The Unit Converter API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.


Header Description
Authorization [Required] Should be Bearer access_key. See "Your API Access Key" above when you are subscribed.

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