I downloaded that module file and installed to the gateway. I installed Node red by following the instructions found here. I created a string tag just to try to read and write to under the default tag provider.
I installed the ignition read/write module to the pallet, setup a very basic flow to try and read the string tag I created. When triggering the flow, I get a JSon error. Any ideas?
Im going to try it soon. But im sure that im going to stick with sparkplug via nodered.
If you use mqtt sparkplug between ignition and nodered, actually polulate the ignition tag provider through the mqtt engine. Everytime you create a “tag” in nodered.
Once you install the node-red Ignition module, you’ll set it up on the Configuration area of the gateway web page. It has it’s own section down at the bottom. When you enter the API token it needs to be 16 characters as stated, no more, no less, otherwise it’ll fail without explanation.
Once you have that set up, just go to node-red and set up that end with the API token and secret.