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Use node.js to interact with LLAP devices (example): https://github.com/flabbergast/node-llap
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README.md

Sensors base server

A node.js app for collecting and displaying LLAP messages from sensors (a-la Ciseco sensors).

Setup

The basic hardware setup is:

The software setup / server side:

  • have node installed
  • get the app's sources, e.g. clone this git repo: git clone https://github.com/flabbergast/node-llap
  • run npm install from the app's source directory
  • run the app by npm app.js
  • open the website and enjoy

Note that currently the app expects one Ciseco's sensor with a thermistor, in the cyclic sleep/transmit mode. The device name should be TM. All the other LLAP will be only displayed in the log.

More explanations

Since it's veery unlikely that you'll have the same setup as me, some editing of the sources might be necessary. For this reason, I'm including some explanations for the sources:

Credits

Originally inspired by Node-LEDS.