Wrong form factor. His diodes are 2 terminal devices, not SOT-23Perhaps this zener diode is BZX84C18.
Yes, that is another viable one. In fact, the voltages on that chart seem more realistic than the one I linked to before. Too bad different vendors use the same codes for different zener voltages. Too bad this sheet does not explain the date codes.I didn't see well. Then maybe yours, or this one.
A digital multimeter in diode test mode should be able to check them in-circuit normally. I even did comparison tests with the LCR Pro1 Plus tweezers, no difference.While they are in circuit, no multi-meter reading will be significant, you can't tell if they are good or not with a simple meter diode test.
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