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**Binary to hex converter** is an online tool to convert binary to hexadecimal. **Converting binary to hexadecimal** manually is a complicated process, and our **bin to hex** converter makes that process very smooth and simple. You don't need to waste your time on heavy conversions because this converter is completely free of cost and you can use whenever you want on your laptop or mobile device.

We will discuss how to use our converter, how to convert binary to hexadecimal, and some important examples of binary to hex conversion.

This **Binary to Hexadecimal converter** has a simple interface and very easy to use. To convert your binary data to hex, follow these steps.

- Enter your binary number in the given input box above.
- Press the
**"Calculate"** - See the output converted in hex in the result tab.

You can also load sample data if you want by clicking on the **"Load Sample Data" **button.

It's easy to convert from binary to hex since hexadecimal numbers are condensed binary string versions. You just have to note that every hex digit has four binary digits. Four binary digits are, therefore, identical to one digit of hex. It is easier than it sounds, but a binary to hex table is always helpful to save time.

**Step 1:** Get a binary number and split it into a set of four groups. Start from the right to do this. If the group on the left has incomplete numbers to make up a set of four, add extra 0 to make a group.

**Step 2:** Write 8, 4, 2, and 1 below each group. These are the weights of positions (2^{3}, 2^{2}, 2^{1,} and 2^{0}) or place holders.

**Step 3:** Every group of four binaries gives you a hexadecimal digit. Multiply above digit by 8, 4, 2, and 1.

**Step 4:** In each set of four, add the products. Write down the numbers below their groups.

**Step 5:** You will get a hexadecimal number of numbers from left to right from the sums in each category.

You can use the above converter for binary to hexadecimal conversion.

Now, for example, the binary number (10101010)2 can be used to convert to hexadecimal.

**Step 1:** 10101010 has eight numbers and can thus be divided into four sets without adding 0 numbers.

We will group this binary number as (1010) (1010).

**Step 2:** Below each group, write 8, 4, 2, and 1.

1010 1010

8421 8421

**Step 3: **With the digit above, multiply the 8, 4, 2, and 1's.

1010 1010

8421 8421

8020 8020

**Step 4:** In each set of four, add the products.

In the first group, 8 + 2 = 10

In the second group, 8 + 2 = 10

Write the numbers under the groups to which they belong.

1010 1010

8421 8421

8020 8020

10 10

**Step 5:** Please note that letters are used to represent values above nine (9). 10 is shown in the hexadecimal scheme as the letter A. You can check that in the table below. Therefore, **(10101010) _{2} = (AA) _{16}**

**Example 1**: (10001110) _{2} = (8E) _{16}

1000 1110

8421 8421

8000 8420

8 15

8 E

So, (10001110) _{2} = (8E) _{16}

Convert (111011.111) 2 to Hex

**Example 2**: (111011.111) _{2} = (3B.E) _{16}

Remember that this binary number has a decimal point and cannot be divided into four sets automatically. You have to add 0 to the left and the right.

0011 1011. 1110

8421 8421 8421

0021 8021 8420

3 11. 14

3 B. E

So, (111011.111) _{2} = (3B.E) _{16}

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Use this binary to the hexadecimal table for converting binary to hex.

Binary Value | Hex Value |

0 | 0 |

1 | 1 |

10 | 2 |

11 | 3 |

100 | 4 |

101 | 5 |

110 | 6 |

111 | 7 |

1000 | 8 |

1001 | 9 |

1010 | A |

1011 | B |

1100 | C |

1101 | D |

1110 | E |

1111 | F |

10000 | 10 |

10001 | 11 |

10010 | 12 |

10011 | 13 |

10100 | 14 |

10101 | 15 |

10110 | 16 |

10111 | 17 |

11000 | 18 |

11001 | 19 |

11010 | 1A |

11011 | 1B |

11100 | 1C |

11101 | 1D |

11110 | 1E |

11111 | 1F |

100000 | 20 |

100001 | 21 |

100010 | 22 |