# How do I find out Eastings and Northings?

## How do I find out Eastings and Northings?

To find the number of a square first use the eastings to go along the corridor until you come to the bottom left-hand corner of the square you want. Write this two-figure number down. Then use the northing to go up the stairs until you find the same corner.

## How do you convert GPS coordinates to UTM?

Tips

- You can press ENTER to calculate UTM in the lat long input box.
- If you click on the UTM easting and UTM northing input box, it will auto select the value.
- You can also get the lat long and the UTM values by clicking on the map.

**How do you convert grid coordinates to geographic coordinates?**

Divide the length of the x-axis by 180 and the y-axis by 90. This will give you the equivalent of each latitude (LA) and longitude (LO) angle in inches. Mark the coordinates of a location on the two axes. For example, place a dot on number 3 of the x-axis and on number 5 of the y-axis to locate position (3,5).

**How do I find Eastings and Northings on Google Maps?**

- Open Google Earth.
- At the top, click Google Earth. Preferences.
- Click 3D View. Then, under “Show Lat/Long,” choose a display format.
- Click OK. Coordinates will be displayed in the lower right corner.

### What are Eastings and Northings on a map?

A grid of squares helps the map-reader to locate a place. The vertical lines are called eastings. They are numbered – the numbers increase to the east. The horizontal lines are called northings as the numbers increase in an northerly direction.

### How do I know my UTM zone?

Here’s How:

- UTM zones are all 6 degrees wide and increase from west to east starting at the -180 degree mark.
- Calculate the eastern boundary of any UTM zone by multiplying the zone number by 6 and substract 180.
- Subtract 6 degrees to obtain the western boundary.

**How do you convert Eastings and Northings to grid reference?**

To convert a National Grid Reference to Eastings and Northings:

- Remove the two letters at the beginning of the reference: e.g. NS1234 becomes 1234.
- Split the reference into it’s East and North components: e.g. 12 East and 34 North.
- Work out the numerical reference for the two letters: e.g. NS = 200km East and 600km North.

**Are Northings and Eastings the same as latitude and longitude?**

The SPCS is unique to the U.S. and uses a point to the southwest of each state boundary as the zero reference point for that state’s north-south coordinates, called a northing, and its east-west coordinate, called an easting. Unlike the lat-long system, the SPCS includes no negative numbers.

## How do you convert decimal degrees to DMS?

How to Convert Decimal Degrees to DMS

- For the degrees use the whole number part of the decimal.
- For the minutes multiply the remaining decimal by 60. Use the whole number part of the answer as minutes.
- For the seconds multiply the new remaining decimal by 60.

## What zone is UTM?

The UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) coordinate system divides the world into sixty north-south zones, each 6 degrees of longitude wide. UTM zones are numbered consecutively beginning with Zone 1, which includes the westernmost point of Alaska, and progress eastward to Zone 19, which includes Maine.

**What comes first Eastings or Northings?**

Eastings are written before Northings. Thus in a 6 digit grid reference 123456, the Easting component is 123 and the Northing component is 456, i.e. if the smallest unit is 100 metres, it refers to a point 12.3 km east and 45.6 km north from the origin.

**How to convert latitude and longitude to northing and easting?**

Easting and Northing (X and Y) can be in Meters, US Survey Feet, or International Feet, where 1 US survey foot = 1200/3937 meters, and 1 international foot = 0.3048 meters Our sample point, 38° 57′ 33.804″ N, 95° 15′ 55.739″ W, is located in Zone 1501, “Kansas North”

### Is there a way to convert BNG to ETRs?

This coordinate converter uses the Oracle Spatial 10g coordinate transformations using approved (recommended) EPSG codes for BNG, WGS84 and ETRS89, which are 27700, 4326 and 4258 respectively. Technical details can be provided on request. Due to popular demand, we have now published a guide for bulk conversion of coordinates.

### How to convert OSGB36 Easting to NAD27 long?

OSGB36 Easting/Northing to OSGB36 Lat/Long OSGB36 Lat/Long to NAD27 Lat/Long – if within area of coverage – links to external script to do conversion Phone Area Code to NAD27 Lat/Long – if within area of coverage – links to external script to do conversion

**How to convert a BNG to a lat / long?**

Convert BNG to lat/long. Enter a British National Grid six or seven figure number for both easting and northing to return decimal latitude and longitude. For example, 429157, 623009 will return -1.54, 55.5 WGS84 (SRID 4326) Easting: Example 429157. Northing: