When you’re just getting familiarized with your new Harvest Quality Vision (HQV) scanning system, it’s normal to need to practice a little in order to take an effective scan sample. The following includes key practices to follow for a high quality scan, and the solutions to common problems that may come up.
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Avoid initiating a scan when too close to the objects, as this tends to throw off the white balance calibration. On the screen it will look black as opposed to the desired green mesh overlay – black coverage happens when the distance is too short between the iPad and the location of the fruit.