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Turn on a switch with a computer

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Is there a hardware that could be turn on with a computer so that it gives power to my printer for example via my computer. A great example of a hardware that does this is my external hard drive. It turns on when I go to start, my computer and click on it. I will like to be able to conect anything to that hardware so that if I conect my lights to that switch then I could turn on and of the lights with my computer.
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Here's an article from instructibles that might be of use for your project

http://www.instructables.com/id/Control-lights-in-your-house-with-your-computer/
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