The **Newton** is a unit of measurement most commonly used in physics and is named after Sir Isaac Newton due to his work. The **kilogram** is a measurement of weight used in the metric system. This **weight converter N – kg** will help you with your measurement conversions. View the rest of our weight converters calculators for more examples.

Enter the quantity of Newtons you would like to convert into kilograms in the box above and click the ¨convert¨button to be given an accurate **unit conversion**. To convert the same **weight measurements** in the opposite way, use our convert kilos to Newtons tool. Our **newton – kilogram calculator** is easy to use for changing measurements.

To make a change between these two units of measurement, the formula to be used is **N / 9.807 = kg** which is the same conversion used automatically by the** N to kg conversion** calculator. As an example, 2N = 0.2kg and 15N = 1.53kg.

**Newtons** are a **unit of force** that are mainly used in physics in relation to weight and mass. This measurement is used to see how much force a certain mass (e.g. your body or an apple) is applying. You can now easily convert Newtons with this **converter for Newtons to kilograms**.

The unit of mass, **kgs**, are used to measure weighted objects that can be lifted by people. For example, body weight is sometimes measured in **kilograms** as well as food and everyday items such as books. This** N to kg converter** will help you make that change.

1 Newton equals **0.1 Kilograms**

`(1N = 0.1kg)`

2 Newtons equal **0.2 Kilograms**

`(2N = 0.2kg)`

3 Newtons equal **0.31 Kilograms**

`(3N = 0.31kg)`

4 Newtons equal **0.41 Kilograms**

`(4N = 0.41kg)`

5 Newtons equal **0.51 Kilograms**

`(5N = 0.51kg)`

10 Newtons equal **1.02 Kilograms**

`(10N = 1.02kg)`

15 Newtons equal **1.53 Kilograms**

`(15N = 1.53kg)`

20 Newtons equal **2.04 Kilograms**

`(20N = 2.04kg)`

25 Newtons equal **2.55 Kilograms**

`(25N = 2.55kg)`

30 Newtons equal **3.06 Kilograms**

`(30N = 3.06kg)`

50 Newtons equal **5.1 Kilograms**

`(50N = 5.1kg)`

100 Newtons equal **10.2 Kilograms**

`(100N = 10.2kg)`

200 Newtons equal **20.4 Kilograms**

`(200N = 20.4kg)`

500 Newtons equal **51 Kilograms**

`(500N = 51kg)`

1000 Newtons equal **102 Kilograms**

`(1000N = 102kg)`