Light Wiring / September 5, 2018 / Ally Saldivar.
You hook the white cable (with black color tape onto it) to 1 of the poles upon the change. On the additional pole of the shift, you attach the dark wire that rises to the light fixture. The white pole or cable on the light fixture positively linked with the white cord that dates back to the panel within the light fixture package. The bottom wires within each box mounted on the change or light fixture.
The only method this will continue to work is if you remove the lights from the fixture properly. With the lights taken out, the tester shall not light when the switch is off. It will still light when the change is fired up.
In this diagram, we display the way the wires mounted on the change and the light. This construction isn't as standard and will be a little confusing. The primary reason is undoubted that a few of the cables don't perform the standard function. The white wire from the switch must carry the charged power from the panel to the change box.
Single Pole Change - The 'Single Pole' part of the name is because it interrupts one pole or a 120 volt part of 240-volt services. It will not mean that an individual pole change cannot start multiple lamps. You could have various fittings managed by one turn. The just limitation may be the circuiting for your lights.