The purpose of this exercise is to setup a home wiring
system whereby multiple users can switch a water pump
"ON" from different locations inside the house. Once it
is turned on (by one or multiple users), the pump should
stay ON until the last user has switched it OFF. To that
end, my parallel circuit diagram.
The problem is, I think the way I have it figured out, it
won't quite work like I need it to. The neutral & live wires
are sourced from the main DB near the WAPDA meters.
If all the switches are turned off, you still have the live &
neutral wires attached to the terminals of the motor. So
the motor will keep on running! ?.
What am I missing here ?. Before I lay down the wiring, I
need to be sure that it'll work like I need it to. Any smart
DIY'ers or electrical engineers in da 'house' ?.
Sheikh 'Pump-ed Up' Chilli