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How to Wire Lights in Parallel – Light Bulbs Parallel Diagram

Wiring lights in parallel connection is too simple and mostly our home wiring we do 95% wiring connection in parallel with one point of view. However in this post you will learn the basic of parallel circuit. In this post we highlight the how to connect light bulbs in parallel with power and about the parallel circuit and it’s voltage and current ( I ).

How To Wiring Lights in Parallel ?

Before we talk about the wiring diagram, first we talk about the parallel circuit. ” the parallel circuit is an circuit in which we have two or more paths for flowing the current. In the parallel circuit the voltage V will be same in every path of circuit and the current (ampere) will be different in every path of circuit regarding the load.
However we will talk about situation of voltage and ampere in parallel and series in incoming post.

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How to wire light in series

So come to the wiring lights in parallel diagram with power source. this too simple first of all connect the neutral (N) wire to all light bulb socket (holders) first first terminals one by one and after that same follow the method for Phase ( L) wire and connect it bulb socket other contacts as i shown in below diagram.

wiring lights parallel diagram

In the above light bulbs connection in parallel diagram i shown in 3 light bulb with AC power source. I shown the Neutral with Black color and Phase with Red color. I hope you understood.

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