Category Archives: Domestic Wiring

Domestic 3-Way (or more) Lighting Circuit

Sometimes you might want more than two switches on a lighting circuit. For example, one switch at each end of a hallway with another at the top of the stairs. If you have a big landing, you might even want … Continue reading

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Domestic Switched Light

The following diagram shows the most simple of lighting circuits, a single lamp on a single switch. In this instance I’ve shown it with an incoming and outgoing supply as this can be achieved without breaking the rule of not … Continue reading

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Domestic 2-Way Lighting Circuit

The following diagram shows my preferred method for wiring a domestic 2-way lighting circuit. In this context, 2-way implies that two switches attach to the same light. In the above diagram, the Supply and Light cables are standard 3-core (Live, … Continue reading

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