Mini Fighter™ Plus (Counting)
The Mini Fighter Plus, a direct successor of the Street Fighter, was developed for small batch counting as either a semi-automatic tabletop unit, to be automated as an independent component on a line, or to be integrated directly on a Capmatic monoblock system. Bolstering an acute level of quality, reliability and accuracy, the Mini Fighter’s versatility and performance directly complement the design of its predecessor, the Street Fighter.
Tablet Line Equipment
Tablets | Capsules | Softgels
Up to 35 BPM**


  • Able to count any tablets, capsules, soft gels or caplets
  • Frame made of 304 stainless steel
  • Machine rests on adjustable stabilizer feet
  • Electrical and mechanical components are located inside the frame of the machine for full protection
  • Contact parts can be easily dismantled without the use of any tools
  • Wide lockable inspection doors for routine maintenance
  • Adjustable bottle stand


  • Product contact parts made of 316 stainless steel and FDA approved materials
  • One stainless steel 316L hopper with adjustable outlet gate
  • V-shaped vibratory plates to feed the product into the counting system
  • 4 counting channels
  • Each channel has an individual detection system to count the products during free fall
  • Ultra-high-speed optical sensors (2500 scans/sec) with dust compensation system
  • High-speed electronic solenoid gating system providing a quicker response time without ever needing to be replaced or recalibrated
  • Universal filling nozzle


  • NEMA 4X stainless steel control panel integrated directly on the machine
  • Emergency switch on the control panel
  • Machine controlled with PLC
  • Multi-coloured touchscreen control interface with Ethernet connection
  • Programmable and adjustable vibratory feeder
  • Installation Requirements:
  • Built in accordance with CSA standards (Canadian Standard Association)
  • 110 volts, single phase, 60/50 Hz, 5 amp (special requests available)
* Speed and performance criteria are subject to testing with actual samples.
** BPM = Bottles Per Minute.