A synchronous assembly machine has 8 stations and must produce at an average rate of 400 completed assemblies per hour. Average downtime per jam is 2.5 min. When a breakdown occurs, all subsystems (including the feeder) stop. The frequency of breakdowns of the machine is once every 50 parts. One of the eight stations is an automatic assembly operation that uses a feeder-selector. The components fed into the selector can have any of five possible orientations, each with equal probability, but only one of which is correct for passage into the feed track to the assembly work head. Parts rejected by the selector are fed back into the hopper. What minimum rate must the feeder deliver components to the selector during system uptime in order to keep up with the assembly machine?