Hey Kevin, No damage will come from from going down to 2 in/lbs. It is not meant to be used outside of the normal range due to calibration, not because damage will occur. Torque products are calibrated to the upper 80% of the range but it doesn't mean it isn't possible to go lower, there is just no certification of accuracy in the bottom 20%. I wouldn't recommend going over 40 in/lbs though. Thanks!
I had the same problem, what I did was just turn it all the way down and then count my way up to where I wanted to be, I also tested mine against The ratchet style to be sure it was set properly. I don’t remember what the lowest number is but I’m pretty sure it tells you in the book what it will go down to.
I found that the driver was excellent for torqueing small screws. The tip hold 1/4 bits perfectly and does not allow the bit to fall out of the driver.
Hey OldGuy, It has been calibrated to 6% accuracy. Thanks!
Great for when you need to Torque a small Screw to spec
Apparently, bits are not included
Yes, a calibration certificate is included.
The scale is in increments of 0.2 in-lb