The local to solar time calculator offers an easy way to convert any local clock time to solar time or vice versa.
(open the calculator in a new window)
You know the local clock time, and you want to calculate the corresponding sundial time in order to assign the currently open time division of the meridian clock to a respective acupuncture strategy.
→ Enter the local clock time and click «Calculate Result». The corresponding sundial time will appear in the «local solar time» display window.
You want to set or calibrate the Wheel of Time Acupuncture for the location of the application.
→ Enter 11:00 in the «local solar time» display window and click «Calculate Result». The corresponding clock time will appear in the «local clock time» display window. The wheel can then be set accordingly.
Thank you for your comment.
Did you already check the Time Acupuncture App? There you will find all the timely open acupuncture points in addition to the automatically converted local clock time.
I see. Idk much of that since my major is Astrophysics. I searched keywords ‘local time calculate’ etc to this page directly! By the way the open source style leaves IOS but chooses Android so personally I could not download the app in the aspect of hardware.
The App works on iPad or iPhone (iOS). It doesn’t work on Android.
Many thanks for this online calculator. What does “NaN” mean in the calculated “local solar time” fields?
I do not know where you find “NaN”.
Take a screenshot from your computer and email it to me.
Look at the email that I have sent you as well.
The easiest way to you use the calculator is to click the “Autofill information” button. Then click “Calculate result”
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Thank you for making this calculator available online! I will also get your app. I use Google Maps satellite view to get the longitude of my location exact to six decimal places. Can this calculator weigh the decimals into the calculation?
I think it can consider decimal, but actually 1 decimal place is enough, 6 decimal places are too much for it. It is due to the low accuracy of our time system (Universal Time Coordinated, UTC) in the field of daily use.
The following tool calculates a slightly different local solar time. Are you sure you’ve included all the calculations?
I get the same result in that application either