UNIX EPOCH TIME CONVERSION


The Unix epoch is the number of seconds that have elapsed since January 1, 1970

Date time format on http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime

The current Unix Epoch Time is: Corresponding to:


CHOOSE DATE FORMAT :

Convert to Date :

Convert to Epoch

HOW MANY EPOCH TIME IS...

Day(s), Hour(s), Min(s), Sec(s)
Epoch: 0

HOW MANY TIME IS...

Epoch:
Time: 0 sec(s)

Unix Epoch Time Converter

The Epoch time converter help users to convert an epoch time into the human-readable date and vice versa. 
It provides an option to convert the date and time in the accurate epoch timestamps in real-time.

How to use it?

To use this time conversion tool, follow the below guideline:

  1. Select the date format.
  2. Enter the Unix epoch to convert it into a readable date.
  3. Enter the exact date to find the accurate Unix time in milliseconds.
  4. Type the values i.e. days, hours, minutes, and seconds to check current Epoch time.
  5. Enter the number of seconds to convert them to the readable time format.

What is Epoch Time?

The Unix epoch is the number of seconds that have elapsed since January 1st, 1970 (UTC/GMT).
It doesn’t count the leap seconds and increases by 86400 seconds per day by adjusting them.

It is normally used by computer systems to track current time and other data information in both dynamic and distributed apps.

Human Readable Time Seconds
1 Hour 3600 Seconds
1 Day 86400 Seconds
1 Week 604800 Seconds
1 Month (30.44 Days) 2629743 Seconds
1 Year (365.24) 31556926 Seconds

Uses of using Epoch Time Converter

Some of the main advantages of using our Unix converter are: