Wiring a relay switch - advice needed

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by gajones, Dec 4, 2019 at 4:04 PM.

  1. gajones

    gajones New Member

    I have a Zigbee relay switch that I wish to use to control the under cabinet lights in my kitchen. I am hesitant to connect it as I am unclear how to wire it correctly. Does the "L Output" need to be connected to anything? Do I leave the earth where it is? Any help much appreciated. Hopefully the photo will make everything clear.

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  2. Philip Hyde

    Philip Hyde Active Member

  3. peter palmer

    peter palmer Well-Known Member

    Whats the wire on the other end with a big red x on it for, is it a volt free contact or something.
     
  4. gajones

    gajones New Member

    I presume this is where the wires from the LED lights' power supply should be connected.

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  5. Philip Hyde

    Philip Hyde Active Member

    No I think that is for a low voltage switch or link instead of using the remote. It doesn't have a low voltage output only mains
     
  6. peter palmer

    peter palmer Well-Known Member

    Maybe some kind of override, wire them to a push switch and it might operate the relay.
     
  7. gajones

    gajones New Member

    ok. so should the Zigbee go before or after the LED power supply?
     
  8. Philip Hyde

    Philip Hyde Active Member

    Before. The 2 brown off t and e go in L 3 blues into N and brown off flex in to L output. I would use a Wago connector for the neutrals and just take one into the relay
     
  9. gajones

    gajones New Member

    thanks for all the help - it works!
     

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