# Centimeters-per-second

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An engineering unit falls under Velocity group, commonly used by automation professionals.

## Contents

## Definitions

- "The standard unit of velocity magnitude (also known as speed ) is the meter per second (m/s or m ? s -1 ). Alternatively, the centimeter per second (cm/s or m s -1 ) can be used to express velocity magnitude."
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- "This unit is commonly used in the cgs unit system. Centimeter Per Second (cm/s) has a dimension of LT-1 where L is length, and T is time. It can be converted to the corresponding standard SI unit m/s by multiplying its value by a factor of 0.01."
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## Conversion to SI and other common units

1 Centimeter per second (cm/s) equals to:

0.01 |
Benz |

60 |
Centimeter/minute |

1 |
Centimeter/second |

118.11 |
Foot/hour |

1.9685 |
Foot/minute |

0.0328084 |
Foot/second |

60.129 |
Furlong/fortnight |

0.393701 |
Inch/second |

0.036 |
Kilometer/hour |

0.0194384 |
Knot (noeud) |

1 |
Kyne |

36 |
Meter/hour |

0.6 |
Meter/minute |

0.01 |
Meter/second |

12432800000 |
Mil/year |

0.0194384 |
Mile (naut.)/hour (knot, noeud) |

0.0223694 |
Mile (stat.)/hour |

0.0003728 |
Mile (stat.)/minute |

600 |
Millimeter/minute |

10 |
Millimeter/second |

0 |
Speed of light |

0.0109361 |
Yard/second |

## Communication Protocol Support

This engineering unit is supported by the following communication protocols:

1. CIP (includes Ethernet/IP)

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