[Value of µH] = [Value of hH] * 100000000
[Value of hH] = [Value of µH] / 100000000
The hectohenry (hH) is a unit of inductance in the International System of Units (SI). It is a derived unit that is equal to 100 henries (H). Inductance is a property of an electrical conductor, such as a coil or solenoid, which determines the amount of electromotive force (EMF, or voltage) generated in that conductor due to a changing magnetic field.
In practical terms, inductance represents the ability of a circuit component to resist changes in current flowing through it by storing energy in the form of a magnetic field. The unit hectohenry (hH) helps to quantify this ability in larger inductors that have higher inductance values.
The microhenry (µH) is a unit of inductance in the International System of Units (SI). It is a smaller unit derived from the base unit henry (H). Inductance is a measure of the ability of an electrical component, typically a coil or inductor, to store energy in its magnetic field and oppose changes in the current flowing through it.
One microhenry (µH) is equal to 10^-6 henries (or 0.000001 H). In other words, it takes one million microhenries to equal one henry. This unit is often used when working with smaller inductors or electronic components, where the inductance values are typically much smaller than one henry.
hH and µH Conversion Mapping Table