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    Control devices via LPT and Bluetooth

    This is my program LPT Master;



    As you can see, it can control up to 8 devices via LPT. It can also set alarms, set every switch name, it has indication whether some device is turned on or off etc. You can also lock it to prevent someone controlling your devices, every user gets a PIN (default PIN is 1647 and you can change it later). Program also has port settings, you can control every LPT port on your PC 8) If you have 4 LPT PCI cards, you can control up to 32 devices
    You can also minimize program to systray, take a look if someone tried to enter PIN without your notice etc.
    You can also use your mobile phone to control devices, you don't actually control devices directly, you choose control the program, but it is a neat function I think This is how a HID looks for my Sony Ericsson k700i.



    This program has numerous functions, for example, I control several appliances and lights in my apartment via my mobile phone
    I am done with 220V circuit, and now I'm developing 12V circuits. If someone is interested for 220V circuit, I will upload it.
    You can download program at http://rapidshare.de/files/33807548/LPT_Master.rar.html
    There is only a demo version, you can't configure port settings unless I send you a fix, that will be done if you are interested in program development. Cheers

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    What hardware works with this?
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    For example;



    You can connect anything that works on 220V

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    Quote Originally Posted by Towar View Post
    This is my program LPT Master;



    As you can see, it can control up to 8 devices via LPT. It can also set alarms, set every switch name, it has indication whether some device is turned on or off etc. You can also lock it to prevent someone controlling your devices, every user gets a PIN (default PIN is 1647 and you can change it later). Program also has port settings, you can control every LPT port on your PC 8) If you have 4 LPT PCI cards, you can control up to 32 devices
    You can also minimize program to systray, take a look if someone tried to enter PIN without your notice etc.
    You can also use your mobile phone to control devices, you don't actually control devices directly, you choose control the program, but it is a neat function I think This is how a HID looks for my Sony Ericsson k700i.



    This program has numerous functions, for example, I control several appliances and lights in my apartment via my mobile phone
    I am done with 220V circuit, and now I'm developing 12V circuits. If someone is interested for 220V circuit, I will upload it.
    You can download program at http://rapidshare.de/files/33807548/LPT_Master.rar.html
    There is only a demo version, you can't configure port settings unless I send you a fix, that will be done if you are interested in program development. Cheers

    Awesome this is just what ive been looking for any chance you could upload the fix i would be most appreciated thanks.

    Coco.

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    NICE also somthing i have been looking for.

    Are you going to sell the print?

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    The only thing its missing is a webinterface :-)

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    Interesting! the 12V circuit that's what we need in cars. waiting for it.
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    There you go, the circuit is done and tested



    Post your suggestions and wishes

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    New version is up! HID file is also included.

    http://rapidshare.com/files/73807324/LPT_Master.rar

    Please post your suggestions and sry for late reply :P

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    hi
    so when are you gonna post the fix

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