# Tesla to Gauss Converter

Convert between tesla and gauss magnetic flux density units. 1 Tesla is equal to 10000 gauss. 1 Gauss is equal to 0.0001 tesla.

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## How to convert tesla to gauss?

1 Tesla is equal to 10000 gauss. To convert tesla to gauss, multiply the tesla value by 10000.

For example, to convert 2 tesla to gauss, multiply 2 by 10000, that makes 20000 gauss is 2 tesla.

tesla to gauss conversion formula:

gauss = tesla * 10000

## How to convert gauss to tesla?

1 Gauss is equal to 0.0001 tesla. To convert gauss to tesla, multiply the gauss value by 0.0001 or divide by 10000.

For example, to convert 1000 gauss to tesla, multiply 1000 by 0.0001, that makes 0.1 tesla is 1000 gauss.

gauss to tesla conversion formula:

tesla = gauss * 0.0001

tesla = gauss / 10000

What is Tesla?

Tesla is a magnetic flux density unit in the International System of Units (SI). It measures the strength of a magnetic field. One tesla equals one weber per square meter (Wb/m²). It's named after Nikola Tesla, a renowned inventor and electrical engineer. 1 tesla = 10000 gauss. The symbol is "T".

What is Gauss?

Gauss is a magnetic flux density unit, now less commonly used in favor of the tesla. One tesla is equal to 10,000 gauss. While gauss is still referenced in some contexts, particularly in legacy equipment and specific scientific discussions, the International System of Units (SI) now primarily uses the tesla as the standard unit for magnetic flux density. 1 gauss = 0.0001 tesla. The symbol is "Gs".

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Below, you have the option to create your own customized tesla to gauss conversion table to meet your specific needs. This feature allows you to set the starting value, choose the increments between each entry and select the desired level of accuracy. By tailoring the tesla to gauss table according to your preferences, you can generate precise and personalized conversion results.

Create Conversion Table
Click "Create Table". Enter a "Start" value (5, 100 etc). Select an "Increment" value (0.01, 5 etc) and select "Accuracy" to round the result.