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Remote Relay Control Example (Raspberry Pi)


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2014-02-21

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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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RPi + Pi click shield + Relay click

RPi + Pi click shield + Relay click

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
4. This will run the Python script.

Download and install free S-Remote control app from Google Play Store. Launch the app and configure it as shown in the image gallery below:


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Button G click is the simplest solution for adding a single pushbutton to your design. The button itself is transparent, 6.8mm in diameter and has a green LED backlight. When pressed, it sends an interrupt signal to the target board microcontroller. The backlight LED is controlled separately through the mikroBUS™ PWM pin.

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This is a sample program which demonstrates the use of OSD click. Program shows the time and date in corners of the screen and enable you to set the time and date, using the OSD menu.

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