[SATLUG] Relay Controller API

K B kbecvar at sbcglobal.net
Wed Apr 17 15:03:01 CDT 2013


Jon,
 
Thank you for the presentation and making the code available. Could you also do a little write-up on the environment you used? For example, hardware platform, version of Linux, IDE or development environment, etc. Also, do you have any design notes or slides you used to guide your project? 
 
Thanks again for the great presentation.
 
Keith

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   1. Provided my Relay Controller API Source Code (Jonathan Kelley)


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Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 23:48:45 -0500
From: Jonathan Kelley <jonkelley at gmail.com>
Subject: [SATLUG] Provided my Relay Controller API Source Code
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So here's the Relay Controller board project source I wrote in python,
that I demonstrated in the last meeting. For those that missed it,
it's essentially a USB serial device in which my python application
lets you control the status of the Relays from anywhere in the word
(or within your own lan.)

This is originally to control light status indicator leds for here at
work, but you could use it to turn on your massage chair from your
phone if you like.

Source Code: https://github.com/jonkelleyatrackspace/canakit1104-api

To get your own source environment cloned:
# apt-get install git OR
# yum install git
# git clone git://github.com/jonkelleyatrackspace/canakit1104-api.git
# cd canakit1104-api
# cat README.md

--
Jon


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