1. Will you be measuring stucco, plaster, drywall, tile, shingles, roofing, linoleum, or other non-wood materials (excluding concrete)? [Yes – BI 2200]
  2. Will you be measuring concrete? [Yes - C575, or Rapid RH product line]
  3. Do you need an extended specific gravity range (.20-1.0 instead of .30-.70). (Some exotic woods require this.) [Yes – MMC 220, MMI 1100, BI 2200]
  4. Do you need to measure surface moisture? (For testing waterborne finishes.) [Yes – L607]
  5. Do you need .1 MC (digital) precision? [Yes – MMC 210, MMC 220, MMI 1100, BI 2200]
  6. Do you need to be able to freeze a reading on the display? [Yes – MMC 210, MMC 220, MMI 1100, BI 2200]
  7. Do Species Settings need to be programmable, or is using a species correction chart acceptable? [Programmable – MMC 205, MMC 210, MMC 220, MMI 1100]
  8. Is an MC Range of 4% - 22% acceptable, or is 5% - 20% necessary? [4% - 22% - all are acceptable; 5% - 20% - all but L609 are acceptable]
  9. Is an Analog, Digital, or LED display necessary? [Analog – C575, L606, L607; Digital – MMC 205, MMC 210, MMC 220, MMI 1100, BI 2200; LED – L609]
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  10. Do you require ½ inch or ¾ inch measurement depth, or does it matter? [½ inch – L607, L609; ¾ inch - C575, L606, MMC 205, MMC 210, MMC 220, MMI 1100, BI 2200]
  11. Will you be measuring rough lumber? [Yes – exclude L607]
  1. MMC 210 Digital Proline
  2. MMC 220 Extended Range
  3. MMC 205 Digital Shopline
  4. MMI 1100 Data Collection
  5. BI 2200 Basic Inspection
  6. L606 Analog Proline
  7. L607 Dual Depth Proline
  8. L609 Narrow Reading Shopline
  9. C575 Concrete Analog
  10. Rapid RH Relative Humidity Probes