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3-way Switch Variations
Here are several variations of using 3-way switches to manage lights from two locations. Colors are shown in line with the NEC. Before reading this page, you might want to go to 3-way switches and 4-way switches.
Single light circuits
Below is maybe the best arrangement, panel to change to change to light:
Below is a variation with the sunshine between the two switches, i.e., panel-switch-light-switch. In this case, the tip of the white wire from the sunshine box to the correct switch have to be re-marked black to indicate that it’s a hot wire:
Next is a circuit with the sunshine between the two switches, but with the panel feeding the sunshine box. Note similar remarking to above.
Controlling More than one light
Any of the above could be modified to manage multiple lights. Additional lights are just wired in parallel with the primary, using two conductor cable. The black needs to be connected to the black wire feeding the sunshine and the white to the white wire feeding the sunshine in all cases. Here is one example.
Here’s a rather different arrangement that requires 3-conductor cable between lights:
Just showing off
Occasionally, someone will ask if it is possible to wire a circuit that connects panel-switch-light-light-switch. It’s, but you need to use four-conductor cable, as seen below. Generally it is cheaper to simply wire the push button exit switch second light in parallel with the primary using two-conductor cable, as shown earlier on this page.
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