Free online UTM to Latitude and Longitude coordinates converter.
Convert from UTM - Universal Transverse Mercator - coordinates to latitude and longitude coordinates.
*) Based on the WGS84 Datum - the calculator is valid for the northern hemisphere.
In the UTM coordinate system a grid is used to specify locations on the surface of the Earth. The UTM system is not a single map projection but instead a series of sixty zones. Each zone is based on a specifically defined secant Transverse Mercator projection. The units for both east and north coordinates are meters.
The UTM north coordinate is the projected distance from equator for all zones. The east coordinate is the distance from the central median.
European Reference System - ETRS89
Note that the World Geodetic System WGS84 and the European Reference System ETRS89 are virtually identical and that coordinate transformation between the two systems in practical navigation is unnecessary. However, for high-precision surveying work - be aware that the two systems deviates more than half a meter.
Convert a List of UTM Coordinates
You can use the tool below to convert a list of many UTM coordinate points to their latitude and longitude values.
Replace the coordinates below with a comma separated (CSV) list with one UTM point on every line. Click "Convert!" to add latitude and longitude to the coordinates.
Note! - keep the first line in the text box untouched. if the converter outputs strange coordinates - check the sequence of input values (north first).
Copy the list with the latitude and longitude values and paste it into a spreadsheet, a text editor - or whatever you prefer - for further processing.
Tip! - If you have a csv list (or file) where the sequence of the input coordinates are in wrong order - open the csv list (or file) in a spreadsheet - move the columns with the coordinates to the right position according the required sequence - save the spreadsheet as a new csv file - open the csv file in a simple text editor - copy and paste the list into the input field above - Convert! The converter is valid for the northern hemisphere.