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12 Volt vs. 120 Volt Lighting / Controls?
Use an step down transformer to step down it its input voltage.. connect the secondary windings of it to an regulator namely 7812.. from it connect it to your lightning switches. . simple. . it works.
How can I wire one light controlled by 4 switches?
you need two types of switches, a three way at the two ends, and 4-ways in between. for the non electricians among us, the 3-way is a single pole, double throw, and the 4-way is a double pole, double throw... I learned this in high school when I was wiring my parents new family room in long island.fredHow can I wire one light controlled by 4 switches?.
What is better roundabouts or a four way light controlled system?
Roundabouts allow for easier traffic flow, especially out of the rush-hour, but carry more risk. Traffic lights are safer, since you are given a clear indication of when you should stop and when you can go
where is the lighting control module located on 98-02 Lincoln Town Car?
The module is located on the drivers side on the bottom side of the dash, around the gas pedal area. These modules were very week. An alternative solution is an external relay upgrade. suv lights.com has a very simple plug and play kit for these cars, and its far cheaper than replacing the module. For more detailed info and instructions on how to make your own and install a relay upgrade kit go to Crownvic.net and search for headlight relay upgrade in the Body Of Knowledge section of the forum
I want light controlled by one switch, not two
It would appear that was the location of the 4-way switch. Twist the red wires and wire nut. Twist the white wires and wire nut. Stuff them back into the box and use a blank cover. There will be 2 other switches that now control the light. Open both locations and the one with just one set of wires going to it is the dead end side. From that point you can only control the light from the other location. To save you house and possibly your life, hire an electrician.
Lighting Control wirelessly without use of wifi?
I am not sure if you will find outdoor lights, but I would check Zigbee and Zwave Alliance
Did Einstein say that light controls time ?
no time is relative thats what is said by einstein
how do you repair a lighting control module on a 98-02 lincoln town car?
You do not ... this is the era of remove and replace
is there a automatic light controls for fish tank so i don't forget to turn it off?
theyre called timers. yes. you can get them at hardware stores or local stores like walmart or target. you plug it into the wall then plug your light into it, set the time and never again will you forget to leave the light on all night
My workplace has automatic lighting controls and often turns off the lights on me when I work late; what are some inexpensive, work-appropriate ways to keep triggering the occupancy sensors?
You could build a simple battery powered 555 astable timer, the output amplified by a general purpose NPN transistor like the 2N2222. Connect the supply (around 12 volts battery) to a few hundred ohm small surface mount resistor (or small grain of wheat incandescent lamp) and from there to the NPN collector. NPN emitter connects to ground, and base connects to pin 3 of the 555 via a 500 ohm resistor. Position the small resistor or lamp touching the occupancy sensor lens. Calculate the 555 resistor values 555 (NE555) Astable Circuit Calculator to give a brief "on" output every few minutes. That way, the heat from the resistor or lamp fools the PIR in the occupancy sensor into thinking a human moved, thus triggering the lights to remain on. Remove the device when you leave so you don't leave the lights on all night. Possibly an old set of blinking Christmas lights would work as well, just put the blinking light next to the PIR lens.I designed something similar in my hallway to extend the sensing range of the hallway mounted PIR so that a second PIR triggers from an adjacent connecting hallway- that way the main hallway light comes on when movement is detected from the adjoining hallway. Works great too. My workplace has automatic lighting controls and often turns off the lights on me when I work late; what are some inexpensive, work-appropriate ways to keep triggering the occupancy sensors?