Author: Trey

NodeJS CLI to Set Power Level on Digi Modules

Short and sweet, this NodeJS package will do exactly as the title says, simply install the package, plug in your modem, and run the command. Installation First, make sure you have NodeJS installed. The easiest way to do this is to open Power Shell and type in node -v. If you get a response and the version is at least 8.x.x then you are good to go. If not, check out the NodeJS installation packages and grab the LTS version (10.13.0 at the time of this writing). You’ll also need git, you can grab the installer for that on the Git –

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Enterprise Push Notification Dashboard

Node-RED Dashboard – Enterprise 7 Channel Push Notification

Node-RED Dashboard Flow The examples in this series are for use with Node-RED and our Wireless Enterprise line of products. If you haven’t already, check out this post, which will explain the packages required for this flow. This example will set up a dashboard with 2 tabs, one containing current readings, the other showing historical data. All telemetry reported from the sensor is displayed in both tabs. Usage Click on the flow below to copy it to your clipboard. From the hamburger menu on the top right of your flow window, hover over import, click clipboard, and paste in the

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Wireless Enterprise Accelerometer Dashboard

Node-RED Dashboard – Enterprise Accelerometers

Node-RED Dashboard Flow The examples in this series are for use with Node-RED and our Wireless Enterprise line of products. If you haven’t already, check out this post, which will explain the packages required for this flow. This example will set up a dashboard with 2 tabs, one containing current readings, the other showing historical data. All telemetry reported from the sensor is displayed in both tabs. Usage Click on the flow below to copy it to your clipboard. From the hamburger menu on the top right of your flow window, hover over import, click clipboard, and paste in the

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Wireless Enterprise ADC Dashboard

Node-RED Dashboard – Enterprise ADC (3.3V)

Node-RED Dashboard Flow The examples in this series are for use with Node-RED and our Wireless Enterprise line of products. If you haven’t already, check out this post, which will explain the packages required for this flow. This example will set up a dashboard with 2 tabs, one containing current readings, the other showing historical data. All telemetry reported from the sensor is displayed in both tabs. Usage Click on the flow below to copy it to your clipboard. From the hamburger menu on the top right of your flow window, hover over import, click clipboard, and paste in the

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Enterprise Push Notification Dashboard

Node-RED Dashboard – Enterprise 2 Channel Push Notification

Node-RED Dashboard FlowUsageThe Flow Node-RED Dashboard Flow The examples in this series are for use with Node-RED and our Wireless Enterprise line of products. If you haven’t already, check out this post, which will explain the packages required for this flow. This example will set up a dashboard with 2 tabs, one containing current readings, the other showing historical data. All telemetry reported from the sensor is displayed in both tabs. Usage Click on the flow below to copy it to your clipboard. From the hamburger menu on the top right of your flow window, hover over import, click clipboard,

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Node-RED Dashboard – Enterprise 2-Channel Counter

In this article we’ll configure a dashboard for monitoring traffic through, and the capacity vs. occupancy of, a room. To set this up, we’ll be adding a 2-Channel Counter to our wireless sensor network (WSN), if this is your first sensor that’s ok too, I’ll cover the extremely short setup instructions for the WSN in the next section! If you don’t happen to have a convention center with turnstiles set up for testing, that’s also not a problem! Not to give away company secrets, but I’m using a couple of momentary buttons to build out the application on my desk since my boss wouldn’t spring for the optical turnstiles I asked for.

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