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Getting Started with ClariFruit App

01

ClariFruit Login

When the app starts for the first time it will ask for your credentials. If you don't have ones, please contact us.

02

SCiO Login

Your SCiO device requires a login. If you don't have one, click the "sign up" link and register a new user. Once you've entered your SCiO credentials, they will be saved securely in the app and you won't need to enter the login details again.

If you have a login, but have forgotten its password, tap on the "forgot password" link.

03

Connecting a SCiO Device

To use a SCiO device with the app you'll need to first connect to it. Turn on your device by pressing and holding its button until the blue light starts flashing. Make sure you have your phone's bluetooth on.Open the settings screen by tapping the cog icon on the top right of the main screen. Then select "devices" to open the devices screen. Find your device in the list of discovered SCiO devices, click on it and wait for the connection. Your device should have a solid blue light once connected.

04

SCiO Calibration

Calibration of the device may be required from time to time. When calibrating, please the device in its case with the sensor pointing inwards and press the "Calibrate!" button in the app.It is recommended to calibrate the device at least once a day.

05

Creating a Sample

A ClariFruit app sample represents multiple fruits. A sample can be a pack of tomatoes, a grapevine or a whole field. Samples contain scans and photos, and provide averaged measurements of attributes, quality and ripeness.

Create a sample by selecting "New Sample" on the main screen. Then, select the specific fruit type and optionally give it a name, manually or with the barcode scanner. Click "Save" to add scans and photos.

When you're done taking photos and scanning click the "done" button to finish and go back to the main screen. The results will be saved in your samples list.

Use the "New Sample" button to create another sample or the "Results" button to view the results of this sample.

06

Taking a Photo

Use a 40mm (table tennis size) white ball as a reference object when taking a photo to help determine size. Place the ball alongside the fruits so it is on the same distance from the camera as the fruits.

We recommend taking the photo in a well-lit place. Try for the photo to contain only the fruits and for the background color of the image to be solid black.
Finally, position the camera above the fruits, increase the distance of the camera from them and then zoom in to get only the fruits to be in the image.

Click here for more guidance on taking photos.

08

Connecting to ATAGO PAL-1 NFC

To use ATAGO PAL-1 refractometer with NFC support turn it on in the setting's screen. In the scanning screen you'll be shown an animation explaining how to use the NFC on your phone. Attach your phone's NFC to the ATAGO device to read recently measured BRIX.

Click here for more guidance on using ATAGO NFC

07

Scanning with SCiO

To scan a fruit, make sure you point the SCiO device at the center of the fruit and attach the device to the fruit skin. Hold the device firmly while scanning and make sure its two sensors cover the fruit completely. Scanned fruits should be between 15-30 °C 

Click here for more guidance on scanning with SCiO

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Scanning with SCiO

To scan a fruit, make sure you point the SCiO device at the center of the fruit and attach the device to the fruit skin. Hold the device firmly while scanning and make sure its two sensors cover the fruit completely. Scanned fruits should be between 15-30 °C 

Click here for more guidance on scanning with SCiO

09

Monitoring Samples

The samples screen shows all your recent samples and allows viewing their results. Click the "Add Scans" button to add more scans or photos to an existing sample.

Add scans and photos over several days to track a sample over a period of time. You can view the progress graph on the ClariFruit webapp: https://app.clarifruit.com

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