JavaFX on Raspberry Pi: GPIO Controller (Part1)

I have started a new leisure time project with my Raspberry Pi.
Target: control the outside lighting around my house (yes, magic words these days: HOME AUTOMATION).

But let’s see how far I will get ;-).

Until now I created a very simple JavaFX UI to control and test the 8 GPIO-out pin states:

GPIO Control UI

But first lets have a look at the setup:

Used Hardware

System setup

Construction

So I armed myself with a soldering gun, brazed the Adafruit Pi Cobbler and sticked together the electical parts on the bread board according to the pin numbering:

WiringPi pin number scheme

gpio-control-example
(Source: pi4j.com)

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And: Action!

Part2

3 Replies to “JavaFX on Raspberry Pi: GPIO Controller (Part1)”

  1. DerekAugust 1, 2014 at 17:16Reply

    Missing something… the code did you post it somewhere?

    1. Jens DetersAugust 1, 2014 at 18:45Reply

      Did you read the other parts? Let me know if there is something missing or you need more Informations!

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