Just so you know, the k in kilo- (as in kW, km or kB) MUST always be lowercase. Also, B should be uppercase when it stands for byte, but lowercase when it stands for bit.

Additionally, units derived from someone’s name (i.e., ohm, watt, newton, hertz) use an uppercase abbreviation (i.e., Ω, W, N, Hz), while the rest use lowercase letters (i.e., l, m, g).

No, I’m not autistic, but picky with certain things.

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