Canix is proud to announce our partnership with WayFast, the agritech hardware manufacturer, to provide the best solution for harvesting cannabis compliantly.
You can read more about the partnership here!
- What Does This Mean for Canix?
- How Does the Scale Work?
- Purchasing a WayFast Scale
- Uploading Weight to Canix
What Does This Mean for Canix?
We have an exclusive partnership with the company WayFast which offers an RFID-enabled scale that is the best on the market.
How Does the Scale Work?
This scale can capture plant weights in under 4 seconds per plant! You place a product on the scale and it will automatically read the Metrc tags and write the information onto a USB that is plugged into the device. Based on the tags created, it will break separate strains into separate harvests. The USB can then be uploaded into Canix via a special uploader we are building to submit the harvest information to Metrc.
Here is a video showcasing the system in action,
Purchasing a WayFast Scale
If you're interested in placing an order please reach out to our Sales team at email@example.com.
Uploading Weight to Canix
Uploading weight collected from the WayFast scale to Canix is a breeze. You have two options, submit flowering plant weight or harvest weight,
- Navigate to Flowering > Tracked or Harvest > Active
In the upper-right, click Action > Import WayFast Harvest
- Your Documents folder should pop up, from there select the WayFast harvest CSV
- Click Open
- Select Create Harvest for the first strain to harvest
- Note: If more than one strain is listed, you can re-upload the file and choose the 2nd strain to harvest after completing the 1st harvest
- On the next screen, you will finish entering the harvest details: Harvest Name and Drying Location
- Confirm all details are correct before submitting to Metrc
If you attempt to submit a tag that is not available for harvest or cannot be found we suggest you review the WayFast CSV and cross-check the tags to be harvested. Ensure that all tags are associated to active flowering plants. If you find an erroneous tag, you will need to remove it from the CSV in order for the upload to go through successfully.
We also suggest reviewing the physical tags to ensure no mistakes were made in the harvesting process.
If you upload the incorrect file, or a file with faulty data (i.e. columns are misaligned) you will receive an error message in the upper right of your screen stating No valid plants found in import. To resolve this, review the CSV and check for any formatting errors. If you are unable to diagnose please reach out to Canix Support.