The DAA Primer-Pro is an innovative design that departs from the traditional vibratory bowl solution. The Primer-Pro uses a collator type solution where the primers are allowed to exit the bowl through 20 precisely formed channels, only if they are orientated in the correct direction (Anvil side up). This rejection-type design makes it practically impossible for a primer to enter the output channel if incorrectly orientated, making this device extremely reliable. As the primers slide down the covered output-chute, they pass through an optical sensor which counts them and stops the collator once 100 primers have been counted into the primer-tube. The electronic processor board also monitors the sensor and is programmed to stop the collator if, for whatever reason, primers hang-up on the exit hole and stack up along the ramp. The collator will be stopped before the primers stack all the way up and jam the collator. In such a case, the LED will flash quickly to indicate there is a problem. Once cleared, pressing the start button again will allow the collator to run and the count will continue from where it was stopped. Or alternatively, a long press on the button will start the count a new. One of the most innovative design solutions of the Primer-Pro is the output actuator arm, which is activated by a lever system off the timing disk at the bottom of the collator assembly. This output actuator arm slides the primers from the bottom of the ramp slide, moving them over to above the output hole, holding them there for a split second to ensure they are static, horizontal and stable, and then retracting to allow the primer to fall cleanly down into the awaiting primer tube. This dynamic solution for the exit hole greatly reduces the chance of primers hanging up while exiting into the tube, a problem common with other automated primer fillers.
One magnetic collar for a Dillon primer tube is included
Primer tube is not included
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