Lego Rack Server

Rack Mount Lego Server

Stolen from a LinkedIn post.

Parts List:

Element ID (BrickLink)DescriptionQuantity
11211Brick – Modified 1×2 with Studs on 1 Side2
2412aTile – Modified 1×2 Grille without bottom lip9
2431Tile – 1×44
26603Tile – 2×31
3003Brick – 2×21
3004Brick – 1×21
3010Brick – 1×48
3020Plate – 2×42
3023Plate – 1×24
3024Plate – 1×16
3068aTile – 2 x 2 without Groove3
3069aTile – 1 x 2 without Groove6
3622Brick – 1×32
63864Tile – 1 x 32
69729Tile – 2×6 (not many colour choices for this one)1
87079Tile – 2 x41
92438Plate – 8×161
Total54

Alternative for the front (avoiding 69729 – Tile – 2×6) for more colour options!

Element IDDescriptionQuantity
3005Brick – 1×12
3068aTile – 2×21
26603Tile – 2×31
87079Tile – 2×41
87087Brick – Modified 1×1 with stud on 1 side4

Using the above list you don’t require – 69729, 11211, 3004 or 26603 – from the first list!

Shelly HTTP Commands

Some standard HTTP commands for the Shelly I have found In case of password protected you will need to put http://user:password@shellyIP first

Shelly 1:
Turn on:
http://192.168.xxx.xxx/relay/0?turn=on
Turn off:
http://192.168.xxx.xxx/relay/0?turn=off
Turn on and after ttt-seconds automatically turn off: (ttt replace with the desired time in seconds!)
http://192.168.xxx.xxx/relay/0?turn=on&timer=ttt
The code can also be sent to an already activated Shelly. This will stay on for ttt seconds and then turn off automatically. Turn off and after ttt-seconds automatically turn on: (ttt replace with the desired time in seconds!)
http://192.168.xxx.xxx/relay/0?turn=off&timer=ttt
The code can also be sent to an already switched off Shelly. This will remain switched off for ttt seconds and then automatically switched on.

Switch toggle:
http://192.168.xxx.xxx/relay/0?turn=toggle