Bps to kbit/Day Converter - Bytes Per Second into Kilobits Per Day

High Precision Data Unit Conversion

Digital Data Units - Decimal Vs Binary

Bit UnitsByte Units
DECIMAL BINARY DECIMAL BINARY
1 Kilobit = 103 or 1000 Bits 1 Kibibit = 210 or 1024 Bits 1 Kilobyte = 103 or 1000 Bytes 1 Kibibyte = 210 or 1024 Bytes
1 Megabit = 106 or 10002 Bits1 Mebibit = 220 or 10242 Bits1 Megabyte = 106 or 10002 Bytes1 Mebibyte = 220 or 10242 Bytes
1 Gigabit = 109 or 10003 Bits1 Gibibit = 230 or 10243 Bits1 Gigabyte = 109 or 10003 Bytes1 Gibibyte = 230 or 10243 Bytes
1 Terabit = 1012 or 10004 Bits1 Tebibit = 240 or 10244 Bits1 Terabyte = 1012 or 10004 Bytes1 Tebibyte = 240 or 10244 Bytes
1 Petabit = 1015 or 10005 Bits1 Pebibit = 250 or 10245 Bits1 Petabyte = 1015 or 10005 Bytes1 Pebibyte = 250 or 10245 Bytes
1 Exabit = 1018 or 10006 Bits1 Exbibit = 260 or 10246 Bits1 Exabyte = 1018 or 10006 Bytes1 Exbibyte = 260 or 10246 Bytes
1 Zettabit = 1021 or 10007 Bits1 Zebibit = 270 or 10247 Bits1 Zettabyte = 1021 or 10007 Bytes1 Zebibyte = 270 or 10247 Bytes
1 Yottabit = 1024 or 10008 Bits1 Yobibit = 280 or 10248 Bits1 Yottabyte = 1024 or 10008 Bytes1 Yobibyte = 280 or 10248 Bytes
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Bps to kbit/Day - Conversion Formula and Steps

Byte and Kilobit are units of digital information used to measure storage capacity and data transfer rate. Byte is one of the very basic digital unit where as Kilobit is a decimal unit. One Byte is equal to 8 bits. One Kilobit is equal to 1000 bits. There are 125 Bytes in one Kilobit. - view comparison between both units

Source Data UnitTarget Data Unit
Byte (B)
Basic Unit
Kilobit (kbit)
Decimal Unit

Use the below formula to convert from Bytes Per Second to Kilobits Per Day.

kbit/Day = Bps x 8 / 1000 x 60 x 60 x 24

Note :

Follow below steps to convert from Bytes Per Second (Bps) to Kilobits Per Day (kbit/Day).

  1. STEP 1 → Kilobits Per Day = Bytes Per Second x 8 / 1000 x 60 x 60 x 24
  2. STEP 2 → Kilobits Per Day = Bytes Per Second x 0.008 x 60 x 60 x 24

Example : Detailed conversion steps from 10 Bps to kbit/Day, will look like below.

  1. = 10 x 8 / 1000 x 60 x 60 x 24
  2. = 10 x 0.008 x 60 x 60 x 24
  3. = 6912
  4. i.e. 10 Bps is equal to 6,912 kbit/Day.

(Result rounded off to 40 decimal positions.)

You can use above formula and steps to convert Bytes Per Second to Kilobits Per Day using any of the programming language such as Java, Python or Powershell.

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Conversion Units

Byte

A Byte is a unit of digital information that typically consists of 8 bits and can represent a wide range of values such as characters, binary data and it is widely used in the digital world to measure the data size and data transfer speed.

Kilobit

A Kilobit (kb or kbit) is a unit of digital information that is equal to 1000 bits. It is commonly used to express data transfer speeds, such as the speed of an internet connection and to measure the size of a file. In the context of data storage and memory, the binary-based unit of Kibibit (Kibit) is used instead.

Excel Formula to convert from Bps to kbit/Day

Apply the formula as shown below to convert from Bytes Per Second to Kilobits Per Day.

 ABC
1Bytes Per Second (Bps)Kilobits Per Day (kbit/Day) 
21=A2 * 0.008 * 86400 
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Download - Excel Template for Bytes Per Second to Kilobits Per Day Conversion

If you want to perform bulk conversion locally in your system, then download and make use of above Excel template.

Python Code for Bps to kbit/Day Conversion

You can use below code to convert any value in Bytes Per Second to Kilobits Per Day in Python.

bytesPerSecond = int(input("Enter Bytes Per Second: "))
kilobitsPerDay = bytesPerSecond * 8 / 1000 * 60 * 60 * 24
print("{} Bytes Per Second = {} Kilobits Per Day".format(bytesPerSecond,kilobitsPerDay))

The first line of code will prompt the user to enter the Bytes Per Second as an input. The value of Kilobits Per Day is calculated on the next line, and the code in third line will display the result.