Learn more about the economically-priced Rx-4 electronic pill counter, which comes with a No-Risk, 30-Day Money Back Guarantee.

How much does the Rx-4 cost?

Economically priced, the Rx-4 automatic counter is less than half the cost of other tablet and capsule counting machines. And the Rx-4 is backed by a full, one-year warranty on parts and labor.

Can I try the Rx-4 in my pharmacy (or laboratory) before I purchase it?

Every Rx-4 automatic tablet and capsule counter comes with a No-Risk, 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee. So while we don’t offer machines solely for testing purposes, you can rest assured that if the Rx-4 does not satisfy your needs within the first 30 days from the date of purchase, simply return it to us for a full refund.

How does the Rx-4 Automatic Tablet & Capsule Counter work?

The Rx-4 uses a rotating disc to feed tablets and capsules past the advanced infrared sensing unit. This allows for fast, accurate, hands-free counting.

Is the Rx-4 accurate?

When used as described in the Rx-4 Automatic Tablet & Capsule Counter operator’s manual, the Rx-4 simply will not miscount. Rx Count’s patented gate-flow design specifically eliminates the possibility of tablet and capsule miscounts.

How fast does the Rx-4 count tablets and capsules?

The Rx-4 will automatically count round, aspirin-size tablets at a rate of approximately 500 per minute and will automatically count capsules at approximately 350 per minute.

Does the Rx-4 require calibration?

No — simply set up the Rx-4 Automatic Tablet & Capsule Counter in your workspace, plug it in to a power source and you are ready to begin counting!

Can the Rx-4 count any pill size or shape?

The Rx-4 is specifically designed to accept any size or shape of medication. From tiny Saccharin-size tablets to large 000-size capsules, the Rx-4 will provide fast and accurate counts.

How many tablets or capsules can the Rx-4 counting machine hold?

The Rx-4’s capacity varies based on the size of the tablet or capsule being counted, but the approximate capacity of the disc surface is 350 pills.

Can the Rx-4 dispense tablets and capsules directly into a vial?

Yes — the Rx-4 has a handy vial drawer that will allow the operator to dispense medication into numerous types of receptacles, including prescription vials, bottles, bags, or cups.

Is the Rx-4 sanitary?

Yes — the Rx-4 automatic counter is constructed using only FDA-approved, food grade quality plastics. Cross-contamination is easily prevented with regular cleaning according to directions included in the Rx-4 operator’s manual.

Is the Rx-4 easy to clean?

Yes. The main surfaces of the Rx-4 that contact tablets and capsules are easily removed and simple to clean with a brush or a damp paper towel, cloth or alcohol pad.

What if the Rx-4 experiences a problem after its warranty has expired?

Rx Count Corporation has been in business since 1967 — and we pride ourselves on providing the best, most advanced automated counting products and superior customer service. If your Rx-4 Automatic Tablet & Capsule Counter experiences problems with functionality, call us toll-free at 800- 766-8311 in the U.S. or 1-949-250-4225 outside the U.S. or e-mail us at service@rxcount.com to speak to one of our knowledgeable service representatives and/or to arrange a return. Once received, we will evaluate your Rx-4 automatic counter and contact with you with a repair estimate or other information. You may also choose to purchase our Rx-4 Annual Service Plan. Please contact us for details.

RX-4 Product Information Sheet

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Industry Comparison of
Pharmacy Counting Devices
FEATURES RX Count
RX-4
LEADING
POUR
THROUGH
PHARMACY
SCALE
MANUAL
COUNTING
TRAY
Hands-
Free
Counting
YES NO NO NO
Multiple
Counting
Options
YES NO NO NO
Automatic
Direct Vial
Filling
YES NO NO NO
Calibration
Free
YES YES NO YES
Portable
Size
YES YES YES YES
Accuracy 99.97% 99.97% Class II** 98.30%*
Price Call for
Quote
$5,000+ $1,500+ $5.00
*National Observational Study of Prescription Dispensing Accuracy
and Safety in 50 Pharmacies from Journal of the American
Pharmaceutical Association, 5/09/2003

**NTEP Class II devices are generally used in laboratory and higher
precision weighing. (10,000 - 100,000 divisions)