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PC control home appliance

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How to make a hardware attached to my PC, such a the serial port, so as to able to use my PC to power on/off my home appliance by programming?
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Try this site. There is an enormous amount of links and info to be found there:

http://www.hut.fi/Misc/Electronics/

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/RID
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x10 home automation stuff will do it too. www.x10.com
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