Yeah we have only been doing it in "3 way/4 way" switch loops for a
little over a century.
You know we have this "wheel" thing going pretty good now too ;-)
Seriously that is how that light that you can control from the top or
bottom of a stairway works. You can put as many "4 ways" in the middle
of those "travelers" as you want.
"we" he says. typical.
go ahead, make one, Mr. Firestone.
no it isn't. like i said I live in a preemie and don't have a basement. and if I did why the hell would i put this circuit in?
that's a long staircase.
what the f$%k are "travelers"
Every time I use a hole saw.
To control the light from different places. It doesn't have to be a
staircase, that was just an example required in the electrical code.
The 2 wires taking the signal between the multi pole switches in the
The answer is you might have a 4 way with the intermediate switch on
the landing for each floor between the ground floor and the top floor
if there are more than 2 stories.
You can also just have a room with more than 2 doors and want a switch
at all of them.
I have to wonder about an engineer who has never heard of an LM 317
and doesn't seem to know how to find out. I also wonder about why you
are so impressed by a very simple circuit involving 3 switches and a
light bulb. Where did you get your degree and what state has certified
You can wonder all you want. Ever hear of a Civil Engineer.
I have a good or pretty good design FOR WHAT I MAY WANT. I know perfectly well how to find out. Your arguments are DUMB.0
I also wonder about why you
I'm impressed by the wheel.
Who the f&ck are you?