#1
In this circuit which wire is live and which is negative?


power source--------------------------------component
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|__________switch____________________|

Edit: far right wire continues up to component
#2
isn't there a rule, something like left is negative. i really don't know. and last lesson today was double physics..
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#4
Don't you need to specify on the power source? i.e. a voltage source is normally two parallel lines, one longer than the other, with the longer one positive and the shorter negative.
#5
whichever one is connected to the negative terminal of the batter/powersource
batter=battery
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Last edited by mow_mow at Nov 27, 2008,
#6
also, electrons flow from the negative end to the positive end, so technically the negative wire is the live wire.
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#7
Its a thing for a cigarette lighter in a car that I'm wiring up and I don't know which 1 is the positive part and which 1 is the negative. 1 wire goes to the little clip that you push together to slide it in and the other wire goes to the metal on the end.
#8
Yeah, you need to specify what your power source is and which side of it is the negative terminal.

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#10
Convention is that the switch (and any fuses) goes on the live side.

Although, the question is confusing. do you mean positive and negative, or live and neutral?
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Its a thing for a cigarette lighter in a car that I'm wiring up and I don't know which 1 is the positive part and which 1 is the negative. 1 wire goes to the little clip that you push together to slide it in and the other wire goes to the metal on the end.


The center of it is the positive, and the part around the lighter or the "little clip" is the ground/negative.
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