WHEN USING THE TWO-WAY / INTERMEDIATE SWITCHES?
The two-way / intermediate switches are useful when you want to operate the same lighting circuit (bulb) in two or even three different places.
Here are some examples:
In the bedroom – Light up, you are in bed and realize that you need to get up again because you forgot to turn off the light, the only switch being at the entrance to the room. With a two-way switch mounted at the entrance to the room, and the second beside to bed, you will get rid of this clutter.
On the staircase – You can mount a switch at each end of the staircase.
In the hallway – You can fit a intermediate switch to each room (bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, etc.), so you will not have to go through the dark, and you will also be able to save energy.
WHAT ARE YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE ELECTRICAL PANEL?
The main materials required for replacing the electrical panel are: electric panel with rail and null bar, current circuit breakers, supply busbar and optional a rail bell. To grip the panel on the wall, there are necessary dowels with holsurubs and a drill. Changes may occur depending on the old electrical panel, but for a correct and safe replacement of the electrical panel, our recommendation is to call an authorized electrician.