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Please confirm the house hold /appliance single phase wiring colours. ie is brown phase, green earth, blue neutral?

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Need wire color diagram


Black = AC hot
Red = switched AC hot
Yellow = AC hot from a another source - another control panel as an example.
White = neutral
red w/white tracer = switched neutral
Green or green w/ yellow tracer = ground/earth ground
blue = DC voltage, ie, 12vdc, 24vdc
white w/blue tracer = dc common
Brown = AC 3 pahse - phase A
Orange = AC 3 pahse - phase B
Yellow = AC 3 Phase - phase C
shileds: think of current loops
2 cond
clear or red = +
black = -(neg)
3 cond
red = power (24vdc typically for transducers)
clear = + (signal output)
black = - (signal common)
Hope this helps, oh, and any panel I have design and wired this way is easily understaood by 99% of all service and electrical people I have worked with.

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Wiring up outside light to inside switch


Voltage is unknown.
You might have 3-phase or 240V or single-phase 440.
Test the voltage, or look at breaker box, or consult local electrician, or local hardware.
Then re-post question with known voltage, and where you are located (UK?) so electrician can give best solution.

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3phasemotorwiring


rayburns07,

Thank you for asking me to help you with your problem. However, this is either not within my level of expertise or the question is unclear or there is not enough information and I cannot help you at ths time.

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Electrolux induction cooktop -power is on- comes up woth E8 message -elements won't go


Hi
You will most likely find this is an electrical installation wiring problem. The cooktop is designed to accept either single phase or 2-phase supply
If single phase the two feed wires must be linked.
The two feed wires are brown and black
The neutral is blue and earth is green

Most likely the electrician has got this wrong and assumed black is neutral
good luck

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With a new Ceramic Glass Induction Hob EHD68210P which coloured wire is the neutral? Brown, Black, Blue or Green.


Standard wiring colour:
Active - Red or Brown
Neutral - Blue or Black
Earth - Green/Yellow.

Best thing is to call an electrician as you do not want to damage your appliance.

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I have a gmf electric motor and it has 4 wires .. blue brown black and yellow/green .. is this a 3 phase motor and if not how would it be wired into a single phase circut?


No it is a single phase motor the different wire colors are the different speeds brown would be common and then black is high, yellow medium and blue low and green is ground.

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Heath-zenith sl-6107 wiring diagram


hi there the wirings colour codes for nz are as follows

OLD WIRING CODE

Green = Earth
Black = Neutral
Red = Phase Or Live

NEW WIRING CODE

Green/Yellow = Earth
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Phase or Live

============DANGER 230VOLT ===============

Electricity can kill.
You should use an Electrical contractor for this repair job,
Caution always turn off power first before touching any wiring,

The Live wires always carry power,from one point to another,
the black neutral is your return path from the live phase wire
the green wire is always the ground ,

In this example

the sensor will have four wires as follows

Green = Earth Wire
Black = Neutral
Brown = Phase (incoming supply) 24 hrs
Red = Phase Load (outgoing supply) from sensor to lights triggered

Notice there are to phases in the circuit.Brown and Red
Always treat them as LIVE or Active Power.

Brown will normally be the Live incoming power and
Red will be the load side of the sensor,

Check the brochure supplied by manufactuers or their website to confirm the wiring order is correct before commencing any installs or repairs,

Always Safety first.
Safe a live today and you'll remembered forever.



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Wiring a 220v single phase motor and capacitor


Black and white are usually power. an ohmmeter will confirm. Brown are for capacitors. There is almost always a diagram on the motor someplace. Eric

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Looking for manual for ''nec n-3480'' TV, missing power cord


Colour code Standard wire colours for flexible cable
Such as Extension cords, power (line) cords and lamp cords World Region, country
or other entity(ies) Live Neutral Protective earth/ground EU, Australia & South Africa (IEC 60446) brown blue green & yellow Australia & New Zealand (AS/NZS 3000:2000 3.8.1) red black green/yellow United States and Canada black (brass) white (silver) green (green) Standard wire colours for fixed cable
(In or behind the wall wiring cables) Region Live Neutral Protective earth/ground EU (IEC 60446) including UK from 31 March 2004 brown blue green & yellow Australia and South Africa red black green & yellow (core is usually bare and should be sleeved at terminations) United States and Canada black, red, blue(brass) white (silver) green (green)
or bare copper wire Note: the colours in this table represent the most common and preferred standard colours for single phase wiring however others may be in use, especially in older installations.

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