CM3-Panel-7-basic technical documentation

How to use Node-Red on the CM3-PANEL-7-BASIC to develop web applications in Kiosk mode

This how-tos explains how to install Node-red to create simple web application using the browser Google Chromium in Kiosk mode and the Node-RED Dashboard interface as GUI

Follow this article to install Chromium:

How to configure the CM3-PANEL-7 as a Chromium Kiosk

Node-RED installation

From the CM3-Panel command line launch this command:

bash <(curl -sL

To start automatically Nore-RED at startup enable the systemd service by typing:

sudo systemctl enable nodered.service

Then start it by typing:

sudo systemctl start nodered.service

Try to get the access to the Node-RED development interface from the browser of your PC at this URL:


To check the system log type:

sudo journalctl -f -u nodered -o cat

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CM3-Panel-7-basic technical documentation