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    FP SC680. SC640

    Anyone know the actual tool length of these 2 meters?
    Package length is approx (18" and 14")
    Thinking about getting one or the other.
    Also , since they dont say they are LoZ....I guess they arent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by icy78 View Post
    Anyone know the actual tool length of these 2 meters?
    Package length is approx (18" and 14")
    Thinking about getting one or the other.
    Also , since they dont say they are LoZ....I guess they arent?

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    Converting millimeters to inches as found in each meters Operating Manual (see highlighted area in each manual)..

    SC680:
    11.87 (H) x 3.13 (W) x 1.97 (D)

    SC640:
    11.32 (H) x 3.13 (W) x 1.97 (D)

    No LoZ function that I am aware of exists on these meters.
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    Low z is a feature that I feel should be on every hvac and electricians meter. Unless you're an electrician that's working on such high voltage that lowz could be potentially dangerous

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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    Converting millimeters to inches as found in each meters Operating Manual (see highlighted area in each manual)..

    SC680:
    11.87 (H) x 3.13 (W) x 1.97 (D)

    SC640:
    11.32 (H) x 3.13 (W) x 1.97 (D)

    No LoZ function that I am aware of exists on these meters.
    Hey that's great rundawg! Never even occurred to me to look in the operating manual. I think it's interesting that they're almost identical lengths. If you watch a video presentation by Fieldpiece, they look to be about 3" different in length,
    the 680 being the longer one.

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