Wiring Diagram for Light Switch:

This diagram shows how to make a Wiring Diagram for a Light Switch. In this circuit, we use a total of four lights, a magnetic contactor, two DP MCBs ( Double Pole Miniature Circuit Breaker ), an RCCB ( Residual Current Circuit Breaker ), and four 2-way Switches. This circuit is very easy and easy to make. If you want to know how to connect this circuit please check our youtube video for clear details.

Diagram of Wiring Diagram for Light Switch:

Wiring Diagram for Light Switch

Components needed For this Project:

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  1. CFL Light [See Buy Click Amazon]
  2. Magnetic Contactor [See Buy Click Amazon]
  3. DP MCB [See Buy Click Amazon]
  4. RCCB [See Buy Click Amazon]
  5. Switch [See Buy Click Amazon]

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Components used to make the Wiring Diagram for Light Switch:

01. CFL Light:

CFL stands for Compact Fluorescent Lamp which is an improved version of tube lights of earlier days. Like tube lights, it is a vacuum glass tube with fluorescent powder coating which is not as long and straight as tube lights but curved/twisted compact, or small in size. Like a tube light, it has electrodes or filaments at both ends. But in this case, instead of a choke, there is an electronic circuit that drives the Compact Fluorescent Lamp. Because the red wave is less in the light of the Tubelight and Compact Fluorescent Lamp, the object looks a little pale or the correct color of the object does not appear.

02. Magnetic Contactor:

A magnetic contactor is an electromagnetic switching device. It is generally used for controlling three-phase motors. The operation of a magnetic contactor is similar to that of a relay, but a relay is used for low-power or low-voltage connections, and a magnetic contactor is used for high-power or high-voltage connections. As soon as the supply is applied to the magnetic contactor coil, its normally open contacts are closed and normally closed contacts are opened and the associated devices are also operated. This is how a magnetic contactor works.

03. DP MCB:

DP MCB In Two Pole MCB, switching & protection is affected in phases and the neutral. A Double Pole or DP Switch is a Switch that Controls two Circuits at the same time. In terms of Residential Switching, this Normally means it Switches the live and Neutral at the same time. In Layperson Terms, Double Pole switches or DP Switches are Exclusively Designed to Control two Different Electrical Circuits at the same time, which allows the Appliances to Isolate in a safe and reliable manner. Fan or light Combinations and Medical Equipment are some of the many applications for DP Electrical Switches.

04. RCCB:

The Residual Current Circuit breaker RCCB is the Safest device to detect and Trip against Electrical Leakage current, thus Ensuring Protection against Electric shock Caused by indirect contact. Circuit breakers are automatically Operated Electrical Switches that Protect Electrical Circuits from Short-Circuiting or Overloading. It Protects against many major accidents. RCCB Circuit Breaker is an Electrical Wiring device whose function is to disconnect the current in the circuit.

05. SPST Switch:

An SPST (Single Pole Single Throw) Switch is a Switch That only Has a Single Input and can Connect Only to one Output. This means it Only Has one Input Terminal and Only one Output Terminal. A Switch is a Mechanical or Controlling Device That Changes the Flow of Current Direction or Interrupts the Flow of Current Within a Circuit. Single Pole Single Throws (SPST) is Perfect for on-off switching. When the SPST is closed, the Circuit is Closed and the light from the lamp switches on. When The Single Pole Single Throw (SPST) is then opened, the light from the lamp goes out and the Circuit is off.

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