[Lab] Hardware Helper for Home Automation projects?

Jim Kiskis jim.kiskis at gmail.com
Sun Jan 26 16:37:50 EST 2014

Thanks for. The link on this but I wonder if this would work as a controller for my charger for my e bike 

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> On Jan 26, 2014, at 2:12 PM, Justin Slootsky <justin at slootsky.org> wrote:
> Many home automation projects involve switching power.  Plus, there is the power to be supplied to the computer (pi, beaglebone, arduino, whatever) that is doing the automating.
> It seems to me that a powerbar with internal relay switching and 3.3V 5V & 12V power would be a useful device.  Kind of like a powertail ( http://www.powerswitchtail.com/Pages/default.aspx - available at abra or adafruit or sparkfun ) but with 2-4 individually controlled AC outlets and DC power jacks.
> Does this exist? 
> [ Maybe something like this, but better amp rated, with DC power - http://hackaday.com/2012/06/23/diy-microcontroller-switched-power-strip/ ]
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