Connect the "source" wire to the bottom terminal of the switch and the other black wire to the top terminal. Test your new light. So once the eyes have been connected and the wires are twisted together, we want to make sure they're twisted very tightly together. And then, we're going to turn the switch on and off and see if our eyes light up. Listed with its information should be mounting information as well. And we're going to loop that around one of our remaining contacts on our single-pull, double-throw switch. Its resistance will be lower when a light is shone on it.
As more light hits the sensor the higher the value will be.
In addition, there is a bare copper ground wire that connects to a green grounding screw inside the electrical box. When working on aluminum wire, you will need knowledge of special techniques to safely and effectively install your fixture. Additionally, in some cases, contractors may have used different colored wires for your electrical setup. After all, wiring involves electricity, and electricity can be dangerous. Loosen and remove the screws from the cover for the light switch that operates the light, using a screwdriver. Switch the breaker of your fuse-box so the fuse for the circuit supplying electricity to your fixture reads "Off.