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Esperyd´s Raspberry PI project
Just feed it into the json node and you suddenly can work with the data in json format Smile

Yeah you figurer it out i Read now hehe
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Yea I went with a little more complex answer forgot about the json node.
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Hehe. Keep it simple Wink

Json and then just DO name.setting Wink also note that he uses My software so he dont have to do any conversio.
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(07-07-2020, 07:52 PM)Wolf Wrote: This should work
give it a try
Create a switch node and split the message by type  == 3f33
Create a function node with  .int16le('ExpansionOutputPwm1')

From there you should be able to manipulate it.
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Thanks for you reply wolf
i updated my post with how i sorted it.

Now im on to fighting node red in docker! works fine until you want to add nodes which use symlinks! aahhhhhhh
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Hello daromer, your Esperyd´s Raspberry PI project is running also on the PI 4?
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Hi @daromer,

I didn't know where else to post this but in your video on making a handy rs232 serial cable (which is great by the way) you say to use pin 1 to power the MAX232 chip. I was looking at the spec sheets and it seems the MAX232 is a 5v chip. Perhaps the VCC line for the converter should go to pin 2 which is a 5 volt rail? This might explain why my serial port needs resetting, I need to test this!

Spec sheet here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt...p?t=132660
Here's a copy of the image from your website:





EDIT: It seems that the MAX232 is 5v and the MAX3232 works between 3 to 5.5 volts. So I guess the general rule for most people would be to use pin2?
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