RFID technology is becoming more and more commonplace in a variety of industries, and the cannabis industry is no exception. RFID readers are used to read and write information to RFID tags, which can be used to track items and ensure that they are being processed correctly. There are a number of different RFID readers available on the market, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs.
RFID readers are an important part of the cannabis industry. They are used to track and monitor the products throughout the processing and distribution chain. This helps ensure product quality and safety. There are a number of different RFID readers on the market that can be used for this purpose. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses.
Some of the most popular RFID readers for cannabis processors are those made by Outlaw Technology. These readers are designed for high-volume, high-speed applications. They can handle large amounts of data very quickly and can process tags very quickly. This makes them ideal for tracking large quantities of product.
Here are some attributes of their scanner so you can compare it to others on the market.
- RFID/Barcode scanner integrated with Metrc, Dutchie/LeafLogix, and more
- Inventory flower rooms with 4000+ plants in under 15 minutes
- Destroy Plants – Set a reason and use RFID barcode to scan plants to be destroyed either in batches or one at a time
- Move Plants – Choose a room from a dropdown list and scan one or many plants to move them
- Change Growth Phase – Choose a phase and scan the plant tag to change it
- Seek and Find – Add plant ID to the “Search List” and use the device’s powerful RFID scanner to locate the missing tag
- All data fed into the Outlink Web Console
You should also check on the battery life of the RFID readers you’re considering, so you can use it for extended periods of time without having to worry about it running out of power. Read range is important as well – with a read range of up to 100 feet for example, an RFID reader can be ideal for tracking products over long distances. Also check for weight and size so it’s easy to transport and use in difficult or awkward locations. This is important for cannabis processors.
Also look for a built-in barcode scanner, so you can easily scan barcodes on products to get information about them. Any you are considering should have a demo available so you can see how they actually work and check the screen to see if it clearly portrays the information you need as a cannabis processor.
Whichever RFID reader you choose, make sure that it meets your specific needs as a cannabis processor.