# Micrometer to Meters (µm to m)

## Micrometer to Meters (µm to m) conversion calculator

Meters to Micrometer (Swap units)

1µm = 0m

Note: You can increase or decrease the accuracy of this answer by selecting the number of significant figures required from the options above the result.

### Micrometer to Meters formula

Meters = Micrometer / 1000000

### Micrometer to Meters calculation

Meters = Micrometer / 1000000

Meters = 1 / 1000000

Meters = 0

## What is a micrometer?

A micrometer, also known as a micrometre, is a unit of length in the metric system. It is equal to one millionth of a meter or 0.000001 meters. The symbol for micrometer is μm, derived from the Greek letter "mu" (μ) which represents micro, meaning one millionth.

The micrometer is commonly used in scientific and engineering fields where precise measurements are required. It is especially useful for measuring very small objects or distances, such as the thickness of a strand of hair or the diameter of a microscopic organism. The micrometer is also used in manufacturing processes to ensure accuracy and precision in the production of small components.

To put the size of a micrometer into perspective, it is approximately 100 times smaller than the thickness of a human hair. This level of precision makes the micrometer an essential tool in various industries, including electronics, optics, and nanotechnology. It is often used in conjunction with other measuring instruments, such as calipers or microscopes, to achieve the highest level of accuracy in measurements.

## What is a meter?

A meter is a unit of length in the metric system, and it is equivalent to 100 centimeters or 1,000 millimeters. It is the base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI) and is widely used around the world for measuring distances. The meter was originally defined as one ten-millionth of the distance from the North Pole to the equator along a meridian passing through Paris, France. However, in 1983, the meter was redefined as the distance traveled by light in a vacuum during a specific time interval.

Starting value
Increment
Accuracy
Micrometer
Meters
0µm
0.00000m
1µm
0.00000m
2µm
0.00000m
3µm
0.00000m
4µm
0.00000m
5µm
0.00001m
6µm
0.00001m
7µm
0.00001m
8µm
0.00001m
9µm
0.00001m
10µm
0.00001m
11µm
0.00001m
12µm
0.00001m
13µm
0.00001m
14µm
0.00001m
15µm
0.00002m
16µm
0.00002m
17µm
0.00002m
18µm
0.00002m
19µm
0.00002m
Micrometer
Meters
20µm
0.00002m
21µm
0.00002m
22µm
0.00002m
23µm
0.00002m
24µm
0.00002m
25µm
0.00003m
26µm
0.00003m
27µm
0.00003m
28µm
0.00003m
29µm
0.00003m
30µm
0.00003m
31µm
0.00003m
32µm
0.00003m
33µm
0.00003m
34µm
0.00003m
35µm
0.00004m
36µm
0.00004m
37µm
0.00004m
38µm
0.00004m
39µm
0.00004m
Micrometer
Meters
40µm
0.00004m
41µm
0.00004m
42µm
0.00004m
43µm
0.00004m
44µm
0.00004m
45µm
0.00005m
46µm
0.00005m
47µm
0.00005m
48µm
0.00005m
49µm
0.00005m
50µm
0.00005m
51µm
0.00005m
52µm
0.00005m
53µm
0.00005m
54µm
0.00005m
55µm
0.00006m
56µm
0.00006m
57µm
0.00006m
58µm
0.00006m
59µm
0.00006m
Micrometer
Meters
60µm
0.00006m
61µm
0.00006m
62µm
0.00006m
63µm
0.00006m
64µm
0.00006m
65µm
0.00007m
66µm
0.00007m
67µm
0.00007m
68µm
0.00007m
69µm
0.00007m
70µm
0.00007m
71µm
0.00007m
72µm
0.00007m
73µm
0.00007m
74µm
0.00007m
75µm
0.00008m
76µm
0.00008m
77µm
0.00008m
78µm
0.00008m
79µm
0.00008m