So, if you are looking for some simple to follow ceiling light wiring diagrams, you are in the right place:)
If the cable colours in you ceiling rose are black, red and green/yellow, you probably want to start here:
If the cable colours in you ceiling rose are brown, blue and green/yellow, you probably want to start here:
So good luck and don’t forget to stay safe and read this first.
Just a little off-topic but I thought I’d share…
If you live on the Southend Fenchurch Street line and, like me, are a bit tired of trying to use the C2C website to get the train times on your mobile (not very mobile friendly). Then this may be of interest:
In response to your many enquiries (and we do love hearing from you);
Yes, all our examples are of UK lighting wiring diagrams.
The rose has symbolised secrecy since Roman times (apparently due to a confused association with the Egyptian god Horus)
Sub Rosa (latin) “under the rose” – in confidence – from the practice in diplomacy during the Middle Ages of hanging a rose over a meeting as a sign of confidentiality and freedom to speak candidly.
Through its promise of secrecy, the rose, suspended above a meeting table, symbolises the freedom to speak plainly without repurcussion. The physical carving of a rose on a ceiling was used for this purpose during the rule of England’s Tudor King Henry VIII and has over the centuries evolved into a standard item of domestic vernacular architecture, to such an extent that it now constitutes a term for the circular device that conceals and comprises the wiring box for an overhead light fitting.
By popular demand – have added wiring diagrams for a ceiling rose with two way switching. If you need to know how to wire a ceiling rose with two way switching, check out the links below: