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Posted 12 October 2013 - 07:34 AM

Hello. I have an LED "arrow" traffic control light. When powered up, it should light up green. The light is rated at 120V 60HZ, so I am wanting to wire it up directly to a wall outlet. I have a salvaged plug-in cord that I want to use with it.

 

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The stoplight has 3 wires that connect from the thingy below to the stoplight setup itself. The white wire doesn't have a label on the box, but directs to the light at "AC COM". The brown wire is label "Green" on the box, and leads to the stoplight assembly at "AC GRN". The yellow wire is labeled "Amber" on the box and leads to "AC YEL", which I don't think I'll need since I don't have a yellow light.

 

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How can I make this thing light up? In case you haven't been able to tell, I know sh*t about electrical stuff.





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