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Inventory Counting Device For Tablets & Capsules

For accurate inventory counting of bulk medications (tablet or capsule form), pharmacies across the globe rely on the simple Kirby Lester KL1 pill counter. This small device is ideal for stock bottle counting or checking the inventory in a robotic dispensing cell. With proven optic-sensing technology inside the device, the Kirby Lester KL1 is used frequently for double-counting controlled medications and high-value medications.

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Pharmacy Inventory Control When Accuracy Matters Most

Consider how you manage your physical inventory count, especially narcotics. Hand-counting or half-bottle / full-bottle estimations put your inventory integrity at risk. And putting off the tedious counting process can lead to inexact record-keeping and diversion. The Kirby Lester KL1 assures you a tighter inventory control process with minimal time and labor. Have additional questions about the Kirby Lester KL1 pill counter? Ask us for a quote today.

Benefits of the KL1 Inventory Counter:

  • 1
    Superior accuracy to hand-counting with a tray and spatula, which is only 95% accurate at best, and inexact scales
  • 2
    Small footprint, fits any crowded environment and is portable between stations (37cm x 32cm x 14cm, and 3.2kg)
  • 3
    Fast counting, up to 15 pills per second
  • 4
    Simple to operate: no I.T. or connectivity needed. Just plug it in and start counting

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