# Difference between revisions of "Data Item Units"

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+ | |<code>WATT_SECOND</code>||Measurement of electrical energy. Equal to one Joule | ||

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## Latest revision as of 07:28, 14 February 2017

Here is a list of DataItem Units:

Units | Description |
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`AMPERE` |
Amps |

`CELSIUS` |
Degrees Celsius |

`COUNT` |
A counted event |

`DECIBEL` |
Sound Level |

`DEGREE` |
Angle in degrees |

`DEGREE/SECOND` |
Angular degrees per second |

`DEGREE/SECOND^2` |
Angular acceleration in degrees per second squared |

`HERTZ` |
Frequency measured in cycles per second |

`JOULE` |
A measurement of energy |

`KILOGRAM` |
Kilograms |

`LITER` |
Liters |

`LITER/SECOND` |
Liters per second |

`MICRO_RADIAN` |
Measurement of Tilt |

`MILLIMETER` |
Millimeters |

`MILLIMETER/SECOND` |
Millimeters per second |

`MILLIMETER/SECOND^2` |
Acceleration in millimeters per second squared |

`MILLIMETER_3D` |
A point in space identified by X, Y, and Z positions and represented by a space delimited set of numbers each expressed in millimeters |

`NEWTON` |
Force in Newtons |

`NEWTON_METER` |
Torque, a unit for force times distance |

`OHM` |
Measure of Electrical Resistance |

`PASCAL` |
Pressure in Newtons per square meter |

`PASCAL_SECOND` |
Measurement of Viscosity |

`PERCENT` |
Percentage |

`PH` |
A measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution |

`REVOLUTION/MINUTE` |
Revolutions per minute |

`SECOND` |
A measurement of time |

`SIEMENS/METER` |
A measurement of Electrical Conductivity |

`VOLT` |
Volts |

`VOLT_AMPERE` |
Volt-Ampere (VA) |

`VOLT_AMPERE_REACTIVE` |
Volt-Ampere Reactive (VAR) |

`WATT` |
Watts |

`WATT_SECOND` |
Measurement of electrical energy. Equal to one Joule |