Help Wiring a Light Fixture


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Old 05-16-19, 09:02 PM
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Help Wiring a Light Fixture

Hi,

Help please!

Trying to install a USA light fixture in Canada (should be compatible). The instructions mention different wires so it is of no help.

It is an LED light fixture consisting of multiple LED light sources. Each light source has a black wire (L) and white wire (N) coming out of it. Each LED light comes with (unconnected) the following: a red wire (L) and black wire (N) which go into some type of receptacle (we don't see it as it is taped over) and they come out as two white wires. The entire fixture comes with one terminal block and one wire (blue and brown)...

Instructions mention 220V input but all lights in Canada are 110V

I've included a picture of the pieces!
 
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Old 05-17-19, 04:42 AM
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Instructions mention 220V input but all lights in Canada are 110V
If that is true then you can't use them without a special circuit that is wired to 240 volt source.
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