The **Fahrenheit to Kelvin converter** will allow you to know the equivalence between both temperature units widely used in physics. You just have to enter the temperature value in degrees Fahrenheit and press the Calculate button to obtain the transformation in degrees Kelvin.

In case you are interested in the reverse conversion, we also have the utility for convert degrees Kelvin to Fahrenheit.

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## How to convert from degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin

**Change from degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin** is as simple as applying the following mathematical formula:

*T*_{(K)} = (*T*_{(°F)} + 459.67)× 5/9

For example, let's move 60 degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin:

*T*_{(K)} = (60°F + 459.67)× 5/9 = 288.71 degrees Kelvin.

## How to convert from Fahrenheit to Kelvin in Excel

If you want to convert **degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin** using Excel, there is a formula that allows you to convert these two temperature units immediately and without doing the mathematical operation we have seen in the previous point.

Just type in an empty cell the following function:

=CONVERT(C3; "F"; "K")

You will have to replace C3 with the number of degrees ºF that you want to convert to ºK. For example, if you want to calculate** how many degrees Kelvin is 1° Fahrenheit**the function will be written like this:

=CONVERT(1; "F"; "K")

Now simply press the ENTER key and Excel will calculate the conversion automatically.

## Fahrenheit to Kelvin Conversion Table

The following table of **equivalence between Fahrenheit and Kelvin degrees** will help you to have a quick reference between the different typical temperature values:

Fahrenheit (°F) | Kelvin (K) |
---|---|

-459.67 °F | 0 K |

-50 °F | 227.59 K |

-40 °F | 233.15 K |

-30 °F | 238.71 K |

-20 °F | 244.26 K |

-10 °F | 249.82 K |

0 °F | 255.37 K |

10 °F | 260.93 K |

20 °F | 266.48 K |

30 °F | 272.04 K |

40 °F | 277.59 K |

50 °F | 283.15 K |

60 °F | 288.71 K |

70 °F | 294.26 K |

80 °F | 299.82 K |

90 °F | 305.37 K |

100 °F | 310.93 K |

110 °F | 316.48 K |

120 °F | 322.04 K |

130 °F | 327.59 K |

140 °F | 333.15 K |

150 °F | 338.71 K |

160 °F | 344.26 K |

170 °F | 349.82 K |

180 °F | 355.37 K |

190 °F | 360.93 K |

200 °F | 366.48 K |

300 °F | 422.04 K |

400 °F | 477.59 K |

500 °F | 533.15 K |

600 °F | 588.71 K |

700 °F | 644.26 K |

800 °F | 699.82 K |

900 °F | 755.37 K |

1000 °F | 810.93 K |