HOUSE WIRING SERIES OF LIGHTS
How to Wire Electrical Outlets in Series | Hunker
Aug 22, 2018A common misconception when doing receptacle wiring is that, when you daisy-chain them in a circuit, you're wiring them in series. You're actually wiring them in parallel, and that's a whole different thing. Each device in a parallel circuit receives electricity independently of the others, so if one of them fails, the others stay on.
Light Switch Wiring Diagrams - Do-it-yourself-help
Wiring a Single-Pole Light Switch Here a single-pole switch controls the power to a light fixture. The source is at the switch and 2-wire cable runs from there to the light. The source hot wire is connected to a switch terminal and the other terminal is connected to the black cable wire.
What Gauge Wire Should I Use for Lights and Outlets? | Hunker
When wiring a house, it's always a good idea to put lights and outlets on separate circuits, which guarantees that if the outlet circuit fails, you still have light. As long as you don't put too many lights on the light circuit, you can usually control that circuit with a 15-amp breaker, as well as wire it with a 14-gauge wire.
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