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Controlling a light with two or more switchesThis page describes how to use 3-way and 4-way switches to control lights from two or more locations. This is the first of several related pages explaining how to control lights with multiple switches. Cli
L1 is line, N is the neutral, PE is protective earth. .
As Wolf says, a combination of SPDT and DPDT switches. One switch on each floor, top and bottom are SPDT, all others are DPDT. The number of switches is one more than the number of lights
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I recently replaced over half of the light bulbs in my home with low power LED types. Mostly they work okay and the light they produce is vastly better than fluorescent bulbs plus the power savings, if true, seem impressive but some of them emit a du
It seems that after a little use my app becomes slow and unresponsive on the UITableViewController. There are some pretty intensive methods but once these are done there's no reason why they should effect the overall performance of the app. I've been
Friends with electrical background could use some help. The top drawing was the original of how the electrical ran in my wall. The thing I messed up and did was not take a picture of the switch before I dismantled it
by Jurie Last Updated March 12, 2016 07:09 AM I couldn't find someone with the same problem so here goes: I've replaced a ceiling fan (the old one had some parts missing), but as soon as I put the power back, the light and fan turn themselves on even
Couple of questions for you. Are the pads on the pcb accessible with meter probes?Can you probe each pad and find out which wire it goes to? It looks as though the pads I am referring to are labeled "+12, G, R, B" Now are you saying that the controll
1 unit per black wire. 1 unit per red wire. 1 unit per white wire