AC WIRING EXPLAINED
AC Wiring. When wiring to supply power,you are creating an electrical circuit. A continuous circuit consists of a hot wire,a neutral wire and a ground. Electricity flows through the hot wire to a device or power receptacle and back through the neutral wire.
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Electricity basics explained simply.
There are two main types of current flow : “Direct Current (DC) and Alternating Current (AC). Basically, in DC, the “direction” of current flow remains constant over time, whereas, in AC, the direction of flow of current keeps alternating from one direction to the other.
Thermostat C Wire: Everything you need to know about the
Oct 25, 2014I know I need to connect the blue wire to a C terminal at the furnace side. But I am hesitant because there are already 2 other wires (both black) connected on the C terminal at the furnace. One wire leads to the AC unit, which I suspect powers the central AC. The other black wire I’ve yet to figure out where it leads to.
Your Home Electrical System Explained
A switch is a device that continues the hotness of a hot wire on through to, say, a light or else discontinues that hotness. So the black or red wire between a switch and its light is not always actually hot; when it is not hot, its color is still valid, to remind us that it will sometimes be hot.
Thermostat Wiring for Dummies – How Anyone Can Do It
White – The white wire is what connects to the (auxiliary) heat on your system. Yellow – The yellow wire connects to your compressor. Green – The green wire connects to the fan. Orange – This wire connects to your heat pump (if you have one). Red – Now, there can be two separate wires for this.
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