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Remote Relay Control Example (Raspberry Pi)


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2014-02-21

Category: Other Codes

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Control two relays remotely through your Android smartphone using Raspberry Pi, Pi click shield ( and Relay click ( board.

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Connect Relay click to Raspberry Pi through Pi click shield

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1. Extract from the .ZIP package to your local folder on Raspberry Pi filesystem (SD card).
2. Launch Shell terminal.
3. Type command line: sudo python
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