Deitz Co.: Control Panel for Automated Pill Counter

Features new HMI control panel as standard for easy, intuitive operation on its Pharmafill TC4 machine.

Features new HMI control panel as standard for easy, intuitive operation on its Pharmafill TC4 machine.
Features new HMI control panel as standard for easy, intuitive operation on its Pharmafill TC4 machine.

The Pharmafill™ TC4 tabletop pill counter from packaging machinery manufacturer Deitz Co. now features the company’s new human machine interface (HMI) as standard at no extra charge.

Developed to provide a state-of-the-art control panel that is intuitive and easy for entry-level workers to use, the new HMI replaces the classic membrane switch panel with a full-color, touchscreen display that presents all the data needed for setup and operation on a single screen. With simplified data entry, the HMI speeds the bottle filling process and reduces the potential for human error.

For nutraceutical, cosmeceutical and contract packaging companies, the TC4 pill counter with the new HMI automatically counts tablets, capsules, softgels, caplets, lozenges and other solid oral dose products at up to 2,000/min, with 99.95% accuracy.

Works with transparent, translucent or opaque products. Devised as a low-cost entry into automation from manual counting and filling, the electronic tablet counter integrates computer-controlled operation and the company’s proprietary counting sensor with manual bottle placement and removal. The portable, tabletop design measures 34 in. across x 21 in. deep x 30 in. in height for easy placement in the production line as space permits.
 

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