Control your Integra/Onkyo devices (AVR, BD player, etc.) over IP, with help of eISCP protocol right from Node-RED.
eISCP protocol documentation (PDF0: http://goo.gl/Aa1W8F
It will include three nodes:
'eiscp-controller' : a unique CONFIG node that holds connection configuration for eiscp and will acts as the encapsulator for eiscp access. As a node-red 'config' node, it cannot be added to a graph, but it acts as a singleton object that gets created in the the background when you add an 'eiscp' or 'eiscp-device' node and configure it accordingly.
-- 'eiscp-out' : eiscp output node that can send eiscp, so it can be used with function blocks.
-- 'eiscp-in': eiscp listener node, who emits flow messages based on activity on the eiscp device.
-- payload contains:
--- string data - REQUIRED
According to official documentation: http://nodered.org/docs/getting-started/adding-nodes.html
Sending Raw data
It is possible to send a raw data command, set
msg.raw to the command you want to send. If msg.raw is set, this will overwrite any msg.payload, and it will send the command in raw format.
msg.raw = 'NPR03' (this will select and play the 3rd item in your internet radio favorites)
Control your device using Amazon Alexa
Drag 'Alexa Local'
Drag 'Function' and configure with appopriate command
Command list available here: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/tillbaks/node-eiscp/master/eiscp-commands.json
- Drag and configure 'eiscp out' node
Implement autodiscovery of Integra/Onkyo devices.