Wire schematic home lighting
I need an electrical schematic for the wiring from mobile home to attached work room. - Answered by a verified Electrician Jan 28, 2017 · View attachment 15668 Sorry the 2nd post I made ,
because edit time had expired , showed the schematic that matches the photograph. The photograph is how it is wired now . Ignore the first drawing that was me getting it wrong. If I break into the mains , to the left, and simply wire in a couple,of lights , those would stay on permanently This is a basic Tesla coil schematic (click the image to enlarge). The schematic shows a static spark gap. If you're using a rotary spark gap, simply replace the static gap (the wiring is the same). How To Wire 2 Or More Motion Sensors To The Same Lights. Situations can arise where it
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