Red and black are the two separate 120V hot legs of a 240V 60Hz supply, green is the ground. White is the neutral. (US color coding.) === === === === === === === === Red is the 230V 50Hz hot, black is the neutral, green is the earth or ground.
Note: Those colours became obsolete for use in the UK for all new wiring installations done since 2006. The new colours are: Brown is the 230V hot, blue is the neutral, green/yellow is the earth or ground.
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REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
If you do this work yourself, always turn off the power
at the breaker box/fuse panel BEFORE you attempt to do any work AND
always use an electrician's test meter having metal-tipped probes
(not a simple proximity voltage indicator)
to insure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
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black - hotred - hot inverse phasewhite - neutral/returngreen - safety ground
Black to black. Red to red. Green to ground
Connect black to black, red to red, and white to green.
Connect black to black, red to red, white & green, to green.
Black to black. Red to white. Green to bare.
Generally the black wire would be a current carrying conductor for one phase, red a current carrying conductor for a second (split) phase and green for ground. This would be a two-phase (residential split-phase) device (stabilizer?) with safety ground. Neutral is not needed for two phase power.
Just cap off the white neutral wire. It is not used in 240v. Just hook up the black,red, and green
No. Green should always signify the ground wire.
You can't. You first figure out what the red and black do and why there is no white. Then you call an electrician to explain grounding/earthing wires and how to get a proper ground to the green wire before someone is electrocuted.
Remove the old single pole switch. Connect the green dimmer wire to the ground wire. Now connect the black dimmer wire to the black wire that is the hot wire (wire carrying the electrical current into the box). Connect the red dimmer wire to the other black wire.
red wire, blue wire, green wire and the black wire.
The 4-wire cable should have black, red, white and a green or bare wire. The 220 volts is between red and black. The white is neutral or common and there would be 110 volts between white and red and between white and black. The green or bare wire is the ground.
3 colors? red black green and yellow? i count 4... red is your active, or live wire. black is return, or negative wire. green is your earthing wire and yellow is more than likely a control, for a switch, possibly a heating fan or towel railing?
Normally red or black is the hot wire and green is the ground. However someone may have used the green wire as the neutral wire which is normally white. Just connect the black wire from the light to the red wire and the white wire from the light to the green wire and see if it works. If not you have to pull the wires out of the ceiling box and see how they wired it.
Depending on the configuration of the cord cap, the green wire is ground, the white wire is the neutral and red and black wires are the 220 volt source.
Black would be hot, white would be hot, and green would be common. Four wire is usually two hots, a common and a chasis ground. Just make sure you don't connect one of the service hot wires to the green wire. So, if you are wiring this to service with black, red, white, and green (bare) wires, you connect black to black, and green to green. The white wire of the cooktop connects to the red wire. The white wire of the feed should be capped with a wire nut.
You have a 3 way switch. Your black wire is the hot wire. Your green wire is the ground wire. Your red and white wires go to the light and other switch. You should have gotten a wiring diagram with your switch.
The ignition wire in a Nissan 350z is black and red. The starter wire is white/red and the second starter wire is white/green.
In a 2003 Kia Rio, the battery constant 12v+ wire is yellow/blue, the accessory switched 12v+ wire is brown/red, the ground wire is black, and the illumination wire is blue/black. For the front speakers, the left front speaker wire (+) is white/red, the left front speaker wire (-) is white/green, the right front speaker wire (+) is yellow/red, and the right front speaker wire (-) is yellow/blue. For the rear speakers, the left rear speaker wire (+) is red/green, the left rear speaker wire (-) is red/black, the right rear speaker wire (+) is green/red, and the right rear speaker wire (-) is green/yellow.
Just wire the fan color to color and wire nut the red wire it insulate it from shorting out in case it is hot.
When flexible cords are talked about the ground wire is in the conductor count. A four wire cord will have black, red, white, and green coloured wires in the flexible cable set. A three wire cord will have a black, white and green coloured wires in the cable set. To use a four wire cord to carry 220 volts just use the black, red and green wires. Connect to the cord ends. Black and red to the outside blade terminal screws and the green wire to the green ground screw. To use a three wire cord to carry 220 volts just use all of the wires. Black and white to the outside blade terminal screws and the green wire to the green ground screw.
Red Green Black and Yellow
Each color means a different thing and there are green ones, they are just not as common There should be a bare wire along with the red, black and green wires in the ceiling. It is possible that it was cut off short or tied up to the box somewhere. this is the same as the green wire.
Kenwood stereo and speaker wiring colors are; black, red, white, green, yellow and orange. Black is the ground wire and red is the power wire.
Red wire is positive (+) and black wire is negative (-).