Wiring A Light Room It shows three cables; one cable (L+N+E) either from the mains board or the last ceiling rose, one cable (L+N+E) out to the next ceiling rose, and one cable (L+S/L +E) that goes to the wall or pull switch within that room. The latter cable is referred to as the switch live (S/L) provides electric to the light when the switch is turned on.
Wiring A Light Room In any case, you should support your new light with one hand and take each like colored wire coming from your wall or ceiling and combine it with its mate coming from the light fixture. Twist the exposed ends of the wire together, and seal it by screwing on a wiring cap.
Wiring A Light Room Wiring the New Light Unscrew the wire nut holding the two black wires together on your existing light. Strip the last one inch of your new black wire, and place all three black wires together. Twist the wire nut onto the three wires to secure them.
Wiring A Light Room When someone gets out of bed the motion of their feet touching the floor causes the light to turn on and then s/he can easily see to safely walk in the room. My husband teasingly calls these lights the 'runway lights.' The lights seem to project 180 degrees and the filtered light diffuses "softly barely full review