Simple sconce connection diagram
Wall lamp sconces can be used for lighting in the kitchenin the bedroom and even in the bathroom. Today, there are several ways to connect this device. The difference between them is as follows:
- one or more lamps in a sconce;
- power must be supplied directly from the wiring;
- food should be carried out from the outlet using a plug;
- disconnection of the circuit comes from a key on the wall;
- disconnection of the circuit comes from a rope switch (chain or as it is also called - a lace switch).
We will consider in detail the connection schemes of the sconces of each option. If the lamp has one light bulb, 2 wires will be output from it: phase and zero. To properly connect them, we recommend that you first familiarize yourself with color coded wires.
So, we connect the phase from the light bulb to the switch (in our case, rope), after which the conductor from the lace switch leads to the input phase. Zero (blue insulation) is connected directly to the input zero.
If the lamp has 2 or more light sources, then the number of contacts will increase. For example, 4 wires will come out of two lamps (as seen in the picture).
We draw your attention to the fact that kind of light switch It will not affect the connection diagram in any way. The main thing is to bring the phase conductor to the gap, and not the zero! For the project presented above, it would be wiser to connect to a dual model.
As for the difference in the power source (outlet or wiring in the wall), then everything is also quite simple. From the wall, as well as from the plug, two contacts come out (you can see in the photo below). All you need to do is connect the wires correctly (phase to phase, zero to zero).
That's the whole do-it-yourself wiring diagram. We hope that this information was accessible and useful for you!
Finally, we recommend watching a useful video, which demonstrates the instructions for assembling the lamp:
We also recommend viewing the material: how to hang a chandelier to the ceiling!