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wwweslist›Solution Center›ElectricalThe timer has a black (hot), white (load) and green (ground). I connected the timers hot (black) to the outlet hot (black/red) and the load (white) to the white and the green to the single black assuming it is a ground (note: this single black did not light up my meter when checked with the nuteral (white) so assuming it was a ground (not hot).
Which color is for what in electric wiring? green, black
Apr 23, 2007Black = Load Line White = Neutral Line Green = Earth Bonded / Grounded Line. Think of the black line as an artery, bringing fresh electricity from the electric company where as the white line is the vein designed to return it to the electric company after it's passed through your device energizing it.Status: ResolvedAnswers: 6white is positive..k is negitave....n is ground......Best answer · 2Electrical Wiring Colors0Ac Wiring Colors0Black = Load Line
White = Neutral Line
Green = Earth Bonded / Grounded Line.
Think of the black line as an artery, bringing fresh electricity from the electric company where as the white line is the vein designed to return it to the electric company after it's passed through your device energizing it.
The green line is the earth bonded, ground line.ough there are a great many grounding systems in houses that are *NOT* properly set up and the fact that you see a green wire does not mean that it's safely grounded.
What the green wire does is provide an emergency backup way for the electricity to "get out" into the earth should any part of your electrical system short. And make no mistake, this form of grounding is designed to save the wires in your house from burning during an electrical short and is not designed to save any kind of equipment plugged into it - that's what surge arrestors are for.12For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl/awWOO
Look at the spots where the wires go. You are right about the green, of course. The black is your power, and white is neutral. The screw heads on the plug will have a green painted one for the ground, a silver colored one for white, and the brass or copper colored one is for the black wire.0Green (ground)
Note: above is for 120volts only.
For 240volts black and white are hot leads.2Good answers so far. One thing to watch out for is polarization. If the male and female plugs have one slot (or prong) that is wider than the other, it's where the white wire should be attached.0Joe is right , plus a two way switch needs a traveler usually red .0Black is "Hot", white is "neutral, and Green or bare copper is ground.3depends on what your wiring. In home switches it's usually, White hot, black negitive, Green ground. but any combo is used for different application. Green can be hot, etc..
Most of the time, you have to look up the schmatics for your application.0