Remote Control Ceiling Fans – First of all, say that not a lot of electricity, terminals and all that, I just like to do my things DIY. I bought a lamp Massimo fan of 5-blade model that brings the remote control built-in. It has so many wires in the end, after more than two hours looking at all the instructions I have decided of Remote control ceiling fans.
– The ceiling out 2 wires (one blue and one brown I think)
– 4-wire fan out (yellow- green, blue, brown and black)
– Ceiling fixer (from which hangs the fan) leaves yellow-green cable that comes incorporated therein
– The remote one hand out 3 wires (blue, brown and black) and on the other two wires (red and white)
I appreciate that I’d like to install the lamp of remote control ceiling fans.
Hi, let’s focus on the fan, the yellow- green is the ground and should be connected to the fixing of the ceiling, the blue is the common or neutral must be connected to the blue coming out of the ceiling, then the ceiling fan has two wires , brown and black these are one for the engine and one for the light, the way to tell is by connecting it to maroon leaving the ceiling or see if you have any indication any of these cables, the remote control ceiling fans works as follows, fixed current must enter and must carry an indication with an arrow or circle with a cross indicating the exit for the lamp, I guess the red and white are for the regulator but it is , after all this you must attach all blue (3) brown coming out of the roof we will use direct phase sensor (which will not be in the sensor) to the sensor output must unite the black and brown fan.
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