These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
If you are having difficulties with the Protocol Dronium Two, please refer to the Protocol Dronium Two Troubleshooting Page.
Background and Identification ¶
The Protocol Dronium Two is the second generation in the Dronium line from Protocol. It is preceded by the Protocol Dronium One and succeeded by the Protocol Dronium Three.
It is identified by the word "TWO" on each of the rotor blades and its body is silver in color with black accents. This is opposed to One and Three which have black bodies with orange and green accents respectively.
This four rotor drone exhibits an "X-frame" design with a rotor at the end of each arm. A 6-axis Gyro produces the drone's stability. It is capable of 360 degree 3-D stunts and tumbling.
The drone comes with four rotor blade guards, two landing props, and an HD camera (2 megapixels for still images, and 720p for video), none of which are required for operation. It has a max flight time of 7 minutes, and an operating range of 100 meters.