[Announce] node-red-contrib-enocean

#1

i finally found the time to work on the node-red-contrib-enocean project.
It's coming along nicely. Features implemented:

  • listen to and decode incoming telegrams. most EEPs should work out of the box.
  • automatic and manually teach in
  • telegram meta data like RSSI and timestamp
  • sending telegrams (basic implementations)
  • dedicated button encoder/sender

i would really like some feedback, and possibly some help for the documentation.

if you have any question, you can ask here, or over at github

Enjoy!

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#2

Is there a readme for it ? What hardware does it require ? What pre-refs are there ?

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#3

just pushed the new readme. currently only the enocean-input node is documented.
hardware wise you would need any TCM 300, TCM310 or TCM320 device like the USB 300 or the enocean pi

pre-refs

what are pre-refs?

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#4

in node help/description still to do though...

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#5

Sorry. Pre-reqs

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#6

oh sorry, should have known that :wink: i'm quite new to node-red...

no, no other requirements, you just need the enocean->serial hardware, and probably at least one other enocean iot device to play with...

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#7

This sounds interesting ... I will give a try when I get the chance.
Is the source code on github ? All I could find was enocean-js and two-year old node-red-contrib-enocean repo ....

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#8

yes, i switch to a monorepo like structure, so all source code is now in the enocean-js repo...

i know the documentation is still lacking, sorry :wink:

To cut a long story short, the source is here: https://github.com/enocean-js/enocean-js/tree/master/packages/node-red-contrib-enocean

the bugs and issues are here: https://github.com/enocean-js/enocean-js/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue+project%3Aenocean-js%2Fenocean-js%2F1

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