Import, Convert, and Reproject New Mexico State Plane Coordinates
ExpertGPS Pro can convert between lat/long, UTM, and any of these state plane coordinate systems used in New Mexico. Need to send New Mexico state plane coordinates to your GPS? ExpertGPS will transfer New Mexico eastings and northings to any Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, or Eagle GPS receiver. You can import, convert, and reproject GIS shapefiles from ArcMap, DXF CAD files from IntelliCAD and AutoCAD, or bring in X,Y data from any spreadsheet or CSV file. ExpertGPS maps all of your New Mexico state plane points and polylines over USGS topo maps, aerial photos, and your own scanned maps or site plans. Click on any of the links below to get step-by-step help in how to convert New Mexico to lat/lon, UTM, or any other coordinate format, datum, or file format using ExpertGPS Pro.
How to Convert between New Mexico State Plane Coordinates, UTM, and Lat/LongClick on one of the links below for step-by-step tutorials on converting between New Mexico northings and eastings and lat/long or UTM coordinates.
New Mexico Central FIPS 3002 covers these counties: Bernalillo, Dona Ana, Lincoln, Los Alamos, Otero, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Socorro, Taos, Torrance, Valencia
New Mexico East FIPS 3001 covers these counties: Chaves, Colfax, Curry, De Baca, Eddy, Guadalupe, Harding, Lea, Mora, Quay, Roosevelt, San Miguel, Union
New Mexico West FIPS 3003 covers these counties: Catron, Cibola, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, Mckinley, San Juan, Sierra
Adding New Mexico State Plane Coordinates to ExpertGPS Pro
ExpertGPS Pro can convert between any of the New Mexico coordinate formats shown in the Add Coordinate Format dialog below. For complete details and step-by-step instructions on solving the most popular data format and New Mexico coordinate conversion problems, click on one of the New Mexico State Plane links above.