Hi @dallisonnh ,
Hm...we aren't using Codebender as our IDE so could you let us know where you found that link? I will make sure we update that link and information. For text-based coding, Arduino is free to download. Here are our instructions. Let me know if you have any more questions!
@elpoole The remote can be powered from either the battery pack or the Micro USB. I recommend using the battery pack for power when you are flying manually, but for testing any autonomous code it's better to leave the switch off and power solely with the MicroUSB since you be reuploading code regularly. If the MicroUSB is plugged in the switch doesn't affect the power. If your drone isn't flying too high you might need to charge your CoDrone battery.
To answer your second question, any code that you upload will be stored the next time you turn on the drone. Any time you want to change the code you will need to upload. If you would like the default remote control again, you need to upload the Flight Controller code again from Examples
Let me know if you have any more questions!
Hi @Sharp45 ! We actually recommend using Blockly for CoDrone for any block-based programming. You can find our tutorials for those on Workbench. You will not need the Bluetooth board or any additional driver installations for Blockly but make sure to check the minimum requirements. If you are still having connection issues, let me know and I can set up a support call with you. Hope this helps!
@Ken They both give temperature readings but from different chips, one from the gyroscope and one from the barometer. They return the internal temperature of the integrated circuit, not of the ambient temperature where you are flying the drone.
@reggiehg Please send the calibration videos to firstname.lastname@example.org. For the calibration, the remote should be off. If you are still having trouble you can go ahead and check if the button is damaged or missing by carefully removing the top half of the chassis. If you do this, remove the motors and guards first. Could you also send me the file for the IR sensor code that isn't working?
For pairing multiple drones, pair one at a time using CoDrone.pair(Nearest). Label each CoDrone/controller pair with either a number, sticker, or color so that you know which are paired. The next time you want to connect, grab the same CoDrone/controller pair and make sure to use CoDrone.pair() with no parameters. This will ensure the controller only pairs to the drone it most recently paired to.