# Do Staircase Wiring Circuit With 3 Different Methods

3 different method of staircase wiring with diagram and complete staircase circuit guide.
Last time i published about a method of Staircase wiring and today post is also about this but in my last post i shared only one method of staircase electrical wiring but in today i am going to share with you a diagram with 3 different methods of staircase circuit wiring. This will help you very mush and after that you will do this circuit wiring with three different methods.
I always try to share explain full diagrams for electrical students, Now days people become advance, and electrical technology student try to find out electrical tutorials / diagram online but all of them don't understood every diagram. That's why i design my diagrams simple and easy to understood.

## How to Do Staircase Wiring with 3 different methods?

In this diagram i shown 3 different methods of staircase wiring diagram, In these 2 way light switch diagrams i use two way switches to control a light bulb or lamp holder with 2 different places. In this connection if a person switch bottom switch of stair and when he/she reached on top then if he switch the upper 2 way button then bulb will switch off.
And if a person want to come from top to down then if he switch the top switch then flow of electron will start and bulb will energized and when ever he switch the down 2 way switch, then flow of electron will stop due to open circuit and bulb will stop glowing.
The main reason of this circuit is that to save electricity when we did not required lighting is stair or controlling bulb from both places. However let's explained again with diagram.

### Explanation Guide of Staircase Wiring Circuit

This staircase wiring circuit can be done by 3 different methods with two way switches, which is shown in above diagrams, you can use one of this wiring method for controlling a light bulb from 2 different places.
The important of this staircase wiring circuit is to make lighting stair in home but for a small time which time we needed and when we don't use the stair then we can switch off the bulb easily.
In this circuit as i tell above we can control or switch the bulb from both places upper and bottom. However just take an example.

For example we want to go from bottom to upper using stair in home, and it's night time and we needed lighting in stair. So when we switch the bottom switch, the bulb will energized and glow up. When we reached to upper, and we want to switch off the lamp / light bulb then we can switch the bulb using the upper switch.
So if we want to come from upper to bottom, then we follow the same method, we will switch the upper switch, bulb will glow up and when we reached to bottom then we can easily switch off light bulb by using the bottom 2 way switch. In short we can switch On and Off light with both places.

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This is the first time on internet that a website share 3 different methods of staircase wiring diagram or controlling a light bulb from two places. INSHALLAH soon we will make more helpful and simple diagrams which can be understood by any one. Now if you have any problem facing or any question regarding this post then you can ask me in below comments section. Keep visiting ...........

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1. There is another one more method for 2-way wiring (beside above 3 methods) where the author claims more safer than conventional method.
see http://www.lightwiring.co.uk/two-way-switching-3-wire-system-old-cable-colours/

1. Thanks for sharing. Dear in electrical works we can do a connection with different methods.

2. i can not understand the difference between the first two circuit diagrams .. the only difference which i have understood is the difference in the bulb state .. in firsst one it is on and in second one it is off ..

1. If you understood the Urdu / Hindi then visit the below link and you will understood how this circuit works.
http://www.electricaltutorials.org/2016/08/staircase-wiring-circuit-diagram.html

3. generally in my home switches i have installed comprises of only two terminals not three terminals are there .. can u plz tell how to install it with two terminals each for a single switch .. ..

1. Dear if you are asking about the staircase or controlling a light bulb form two places using two terminals switches (one way switches) then it's not possible and you must buy a three terminals switch (two way switches) from market.

4. sir i can not understand how it works ... three terminalss are still there we donot have three terminals in a switch so how it will work then.... problematic ..

1. Three terminals switch is called 2 way switch, in market you can easily buy. Just tell shop keeper that gave me two way switches. Or tell him that i want to buy it for staircase connection or wiring.

5. generally in my home switches i have installed comprises of only two terminals not three terminals are there .. can u plz tell how to install it with two terminals each for a single switch .. ..

1. Dear staircase circuit can not be done using two terminals switches, In electrical wiring when a switch have only 2 terminals we called this single way or one way switch. And when a switch have 3 terminals that's called two way switch . So for controlling a light form 2 places you must buy 2 way switches from market.

6. i can not understand the difference between the first two circuit diagrams .. the only difference which i have understood is the difference in the bulb state .. in firsst one it is on and in second one it is off ..

1. Dear if you look the first diagram that i provide the current neutral to bulb and phase (line) to the switch. So the current flow through the switch and other switch is also on same direction then current flow also through the second switch and bulb is glow up. however if did not understand now then you can learn it in Urdu / Hindi by using the below link.
http://www.electricaltutorials.org/2016/08/staircase-wiring-circuit-diagram.html