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18/08/2019

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IOnewb

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Hi

You mentioned in here:  https://www.abelectronics.co.uk/forums/thread/30/node-red-support-for-servo-pwm-pi-zero  a couple of years ago that you were looking into Node-Red nodes for all your boards.  I'm looking to use the IO Pi with Node-Red.

There is this: https://flows.nodered.org/node/node-red-contrib-mcp23017 but it's not been updated in years and it doesn't install properly.

Thanks

 

18/08/2019

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Hi

I am afraid that we had to put development of a Node Red library on hold as other projects got in the way. 

At the moment we do not plan on developing Node Red libraries for our boards for the foreseeable future but if that changes, I will let you know.

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19/08/2019

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IOnewb

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OK thanks for the quick reply - even though it's bad news!

30/09/2019

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DrewRu

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Hi...sometimes I use the function node without outputs. It is all fine to write a 0 as valid number of outputs in the properties dialog. But using arrow selector seems to be limited to 1 on the low side. Perhaps 0 should be the lower limit?

 

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5 days ago

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GrahamT

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Is this still the case? Any one else got any advice or examples of reading the Extender Pi in Node Red?

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Hi I am afraid that we had to put development of a Node Red library on hold as other projects got in the way.  At the moment we do not plan on developing Node Red libraries for our boards for the foreseeable future but if that changes, I will let you know.

 

5 days ago

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Hello Graham

We are still not planning to create a node red library at the moment as maintaining our existing software libraries and building boards is taking up most of our time.

There is a third party library for the MCP23017 I/O controller which we use on the Expander Pi.  I have not tested it with our board but it should work.

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