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Basic IoT home automation using a BeagleBone Black and Drupal! #BeagleBoneBlack @TXInstruments @BeagleBoardOrg

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Charles Grant over at element14 put together this tutorial on basic IoT home automation using a BeagleBone Black and Drupal.

For those of you who have been following along with my BeagleBone Black and Drupal series, you could see this post coming. In my first installment I showed you how to build a website on the BeagleBone Black using the Drupal CMS, and followed it up with Controlling the BeagleBone Black’s GPIO Pins with Drupal. This tutorial is going to take things a step further and show you how to take that knowledge, and use it to trigger some relays to turn mains powered electronics on and off. While the method I am going to use would not be ideal for conrtolling an entire home, it works quite well for controlling things like props in a haunted house and other low-amperage things like small fans, lights, and such. Just to make things easier, I am going to recap a good bit of my previous tutorial here. You will still need to go through the Drupal setup steps in the first tutorial though.

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