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Lookup Value from the range and convert into another unit

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Lookup value From the value from the range table 

 

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Its called Excel CONVERT Function you can use it . You would be able to convert measuring unit
Syntax
=CONVERT (number, from_unit, to_unit)

Please refer the below link for more info

https://exceljet.net/excel-functions/excel-convert-function
best response confirmed by ajmal pottekattil yoousuf (Brass Contributor)
Solution

That could be like

=INDEX(Sheet0!$F$111:$F$120,
     MATCH(1,INDEX(
        ($B7*(($C7="µA")*0.000001+($C7="mA")*0.001+($C7="A"))>=Sheet0!$B$111:$B$120*((Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="µA")*0.000001+(Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="mA")*0.001+(Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="A")))*
       ($B7*(($C7="µA")*0.000001+($C7="mA")*0.001+($C7="A"))<=Sheet0!$D$111:$D$120*((Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="µA")*0.000001+(Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="mA")*0.001+(Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="A"))),
0,),))

but much better to convert ranges into excel tables and add helper columns to adjust units. Please see attached

 

Thankyou very much 

Sir I want Ac current lookup

and CMC two 

 

  

For AC Current CMC depends on frequency, not only on AC Current range values. And you have no frequency in your input.

ok sir 

This formula is applicable to "DC Voltage",Frequency,Capacitance,

In AC Current and AC Voltage How we lookup

@Sergei Baklan 

How to find the CMC1 and CMC2 based on the AC Voltage and Frequency.

I attached the video for reference.

Could you please guide me.

@ajmal pottekattil yoousuf 

If more close to Excel file, could you please specify what shall be calculated in which cell of the spreadsheet.

@Sergei Baklan 

could you please refer the excel file.

@ajmal pottekattil yoousuf 

Thank you, but the formal logic why it shall be selected this or that value is still unclear. Based on assumptions and assuming you are on 365 for the first case it could be

=LET(
  f,  FILTER(Sheet0!$B$4:$L$38,(Sheet0!$E$4:$E$38=$A32) * (Sheet0!$G$4:$G$38=C$32)  ),
  ff, FILTER(f,CHOOSECOLS(f,3)>=$B32),
  xx, XLOOKUP( $D32, CHOOSECOLS(ff,5), CHOOSECOLS(ff, 9),,-1 ),
  xx  )

(see M32:M34 in attached)

@Sergei Baklan 

I use Excel 2019 version.

@ajmal pottekattil yoousuf 

Sorry, can't help when, perhaps someone else

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best response confirmed by ajmal pottekattil yoousuf (Brass Contributor)
Solution

That could be like

=INDEX(Sheet0!$F$111:$F$120,
     MATCH(1,INDEX(
        ($B7*(($C7="µA")*0.000001+($C7="mA")*0.001+($C7="A"))>=Sheet0!$B$111:$B$120*((Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="µA")*0.000001+(Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="mA")*0.001+(Sheet0!$C$111:$C$120="A")))*
       ($B7*(($C7="µA")*0.000001+($C7="mA")*0.001+($C7="A"))<=Sheet0!$D$111:$D$120*((Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="µA")*0.000001+(Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="mA")*0.001+(Sheet0!$E$111:$E$120="A"))),
0,),))

but much better to convert ranges into excel tables and add helper columns to adjust units. Please see attached

 

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