Copyright 2023 Microbric Pty Ltd
The EdScratch app was developed using the Scratch Blocks code base developed by MIT. Scratch Blocks was built on the Blockly code base developed by Google.
Contributions and credits: Edison firmware by Bill Hammond, Circuitworks Edison token assembler developed by Brian Danilko, Likeable Software EdScratch app built by Ben Hayton, Microbric User management system built by Sean Killian, Killian Web Development
To ensure that your program can be compiled and sent to the Edison robot, it is a good idea to check your connection with the EdScratch compiler.
The firmware version in your Edison can be useful to know when talking to our tech support team. Check that here:
If the test above is showing "NO SERVER FOUND" then you may be behind a firewall blocking access to the compiler.
You need the network administrator to white list these addresses:
The network administrator also needs to unblock ports 80, 8080, 443 and 8443.
The latest Edison V3 firmware version is: ...
Use this pop-up to update the firmware in your Edison.
To update Edison V3 firmware:
Plug in your Edison and click the 'Update firmware' button below then follow the prompts.
You appear to be using:
The Edison V3 is programmed directly from your web browser via USB. This requires that your web browser supports USB connections.
Unfortunately, does not currently support USB connections, so cannot program your Edison V3 robot.
We recommend using Google Chrome.
Adjust screen brightness between 80% to 90%.
Move away from direct and in-direct sunlight or bright lights.
Ensure you have updated Edison V3 to the latest firmware.