Fahrenheit to Kelvin Conversion Calculator

The “Fahrenheit to Kelvin Conversion Calculator” is an efficient and helpful online tool for converting between Fahrenheit and Kelvin. You can review the results that have been compiled here. The Conversion Galaxy website’s Fahrenheit to Kelvin Converter is time-efficient since it produces results in seconds rather than minutes.

What are Fahrenheit and Kelvin?

Fahrenheit (°F) – Prior to the adoption of the metric system, the Fahrenheit (°F) was a widely used temperature unit. Water freezes at 32°F and boils at 212°F when it is at sea level and at ordinary atmospheric pressure. There are 180 equal sections between the freezing and boiling points.

Kelvin (K) – The basic unit of thermodynamic temperature is the kelvin (K), which is part of the International System of Units (SI). The Boltzmann equation compares it to the triple point of water’s energy. Additionally, absolute zero (-273.15 °C), where thermal motion ceases, is the zero point (0 K) on the Kelvin scale.

How Do I Use the Fahrenheit to Kelvin Calculator?

The output of the Fahrenheit to Kelvin converter will be the most accurate if these conditions are followed.

  • Fahrenheit (°F) should be used as the measuring unit on the data input form.
  • The “output” box contains the results of the conversion to Kelvin. The result is shown as a conversion from Fahrenheit to Kelvin.

Fahrenheit to Kelvin Conversion Formula

The formula for converting from Fahrenheit to Kelvin is as follows:

K = (5/9)(F+459.67)

Fahrenheit to Kelvin (°F to K ) Chart

Fahrenheit (°F)

Kelvin (K)

0.1 °F

255.427 K

1 °F

255.927 K

5 °F

258.15 K

10 °F

260.927 K

50 °F

283.15 K

100 °F

310.927 K

500 °F

533.15 K

Also Check:- Kelvin to Fahrenheit Conversion Calculator

Celsius Kelvin Questions

Question 1: 

Convert 100 Fahrenheit to Kelvin


The formula to convert Fahrenheit to Kelvin is: K = (5/9)(F+459.67)

Given that, Fahrenheit = 100 °F

Now, to get the Kelvin value, substitute the value in the formula.

Kelvin, K = (5/9)(100 + 459.67)

K = (5/9)(559.67)

K = 310.927

Hence, 100 Fahrenheit is equal to 310.927 Kelvin. 

I.e., 100 °F = 310.927 K

Question 2: 

Convert 32 Fahrenheit to Kelvin.


We know that, K = (5/9)(F+459.67)

Given that, Fahrenheit = 32 °F

Substituting the given value in the formula, we get

K = (5/9)(491.67)

K = 273.15

Hence, 32 Fahrenheit is equal to 273.15 Kelvin

I.e., 32 °F = 273.15 K

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