Raspberry PI & SUPLA
At the beginning we need to hook up the relay module to Raspberry. The software used by me is default set to operate 3 relays, however, if we do not have such, we can also use one and leave the other out. The relays can be connected to electric locks opening wickets/doors or to the gate controller. Relays functions as well as each relay operation time can be later changed at cloud.supla.org. Below you can find the scheme on how to connect Raspberry PI with the relay module.
Raspberry PINs specification (source: http://raspi.tv/2014/rpi-gpio-quick-reference-updated-for-Raspberry-pi-b)
Hook up on the breadboard.
In order to have it all working correctly, we need to start a free account on
When we sign in and logon, we need to read location settings which are required in Step 3 as well as access identifier settings required in Step4 below
Now we need to prepare the SD card (I have been working on a Windows 7 based PC).