wiring an extractor fon from a two way pullswitch


Postby D.Mac » Sun May 06, 2007 8:14 am

How do I connect an extractor fan from a two way pullcord inside a bathroom. There are two lights in the room. One is above the shower,the other above the bath. The ceiling has been lowered and is to be plastered in a few days. The fan has a timer on it and I would like it to come on when the lights are on only. Have run a 3 core T/E from pullcord near door to light then to fan. Is this correct and if so, what are the connections to make it work?
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Postby sparx » Sun May 06, 2007 5:33 pm

OOPS!
Not sure of your terminology, why would you have a two way pull sw.
If you only want fan on with light why buy timer fan designed to run-on after light goes off?
does the supply go to the pull switch first? ,if so, you only need to loop to light & then to fan with L,N, &E.
You do of course know that you are breaking the law by doing wiring in a bathroom yourself!
see project Part P rules, also you should feed fan via local isolator out side bathroom! regards, SPARX
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Postby D.Mac » Sat May 12, 2007 6:39 pm

[quote="sparx"]OOPS!
Not sure of your terminology, why would you have a two way pull sw.
If you only want fan on with light why buy timer fan designed to run-on after light goes off?
does the supply go to the pull switch first? ,if so, you only need to loop to light & then to fan with L,N, &E.
You do of course know that you are breaking the law by doing wiring in a bathroom yourself!
see project Part P rules, also you should feed fan via local isolator out side bathroom! regards, SPARX[/quote]
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