the wires coming off double pole will give you 240 volts,110 each the black and white hook to these,doesn`t matter which way,ground to ground
Ground is always ground, Black and white are your two "hots." You will need a dedicated circuit, you cannot run this off existing 120V wiring. A 15A 240V circuit should be more than sufficient. If this is a permanent instalation you can use 14/2 wire as you normally would, and wire it as you normally would with the exception of the 240V breaker. If you install switches, timers, etc. Make sure they are all rated for 240V. Remember, you can't just mix-and-match between 120 and 240V. 240 appliances will not run on 120 and 120 appliances will burn up on 240.
The Malibu 4-Light Black Metal Flood Kit are made up of Four 50 Watt floodlights.
You don't say "turn off" or turn on". Light should be connected black to black and white to white and ground to ground. If you connect white to ground it will work, but you are then using the ground wire for an unintended purpose. Neutral is bonded to Ground at the panel. Current on ground wire could cause ground loops and may cause GFCI to trip if you have them in your house.
the flood light is convex
the flash flood the flood light
The amperage of a flood light is governed by the wattage of the lamp.
Yes, the Malibu 4-Light Black Metal Flood Kit comes with bulbs Low Voltage kit.4-CL1, 50 watt floodlights,100 Ft. cable etc.
Yes. Connect Black to Black, White to White and bare ground wires together.
There should be a black & white wire coming from the light. Hook black to black and white to white. Then connect the ground wire to the light chassis. You need 12/2 with ground for the circuit. You do not need a light fixture box for these type lights.
Red is positive black is ground.
You put switch in series with the black supply wire and the black wire to the first light. Then connect black wire of first light to black wire of second light, black wire of second light to third light and so forth. Do the same with the white wires and ground wires.
A "spot" is more narrow than a "narrow flood".
About 2700 lumens from a 150 watt QH flood light.
Dark Green / Black: Fuel Pump Motor + [To ECU]Black: Fuel Pump Motor Ground [TO GROUND]Black / White: Sensor Grd [TO GROUND]Dark Blue: Fuel Gauge Signal [TO INSTRUMENT CLUSTER]Black / Light Blue: Sensor Return [TO VARIOUS]Light Blue / Black: Low Fuel Out [TO ECU]
No. 480 lumens is about the output of a 40 watt light bulb, and that will not make a very good flood light.
The black and white wires that go to the switched light should be wired in parallel to your new light if possible. There should be wirenuts on the existing light making the connection to the light. There may also be a bare ground wire. Using the same size wire, likely 14 AWG, connect the new light wire to black, white and ground of existing light.
No, flood lights do not use more energy. If the wattage is the same between a flood and a spot light, it is the wattage used that you pay for. It is the lens of the bulb that determines the light output pattern. A smooth surface will give a flood pattern where as a spot has a lens that focuses the light into a central location. A reflector flood has a silvered interior to direct the light outwards on to an object.
power = light green ground = black
Any house built before 1950 probably only has 2 wires. Black and white. You do not need a ground, that is only to ground the fixture. Hook black to black and white to white and don't worry about it.
An LED flood light uses a fraction of the power of a traditional flood light. It uses less then 1/4 the the power. They also last much longer the traditional flood lights.
A convex mirror is present inside flood lights.
Neither, both can be brighter and dimmer based on the efficiancy it is set to. BUT spot light are a more concentrated light while flood lights are meant to "flood the stage" with light. hope this helps. ~theatre nerd
According to my Haynes manual, Black on both sides is ground On the right (passenger) side, Dark Green is the brake light/turn signal and Brown is the tail light. On the left side, Yellow is the brake light/turn signal and Brown is the tail light The center brake light should have a White wire (12v+) and a black ground. FriPilot