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Has anyone else noticed that when using a loop tester with any sort of anti-trip feature on (when testing an RCD protected socket) The result obtained is always higher than if you tested without it. I done a Ze the other day and the result was about .10 ohm higher with the anti-trip on. I know a couple of people who have noticed the same thing with their meters. Is the reason for this that the current used on the anti-trip setting is lower so it wont trip the RCD????

My meter is calibrated by the way
 

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