I'm replacing a strip light, but the wiring on the light I'm putting up does not match that of the strip I'm taking out.
Coming out of the ceiling there are two cables. The larger white cable contains a live, a neutral and an earth wire. Alongside it is a white cable containing one live wire.
Here's the wiring of the light that's being removed. It has a row of three screw holes plus an additional point for the earth. The red wire from the single cable is wired to the upper screw. The three screws are labeled P, N and P - (Positive, Neutral, Positive). There are two bulbs on this light.
I'm removing two of these lights, each with two bulbs. There are two dimmer switches on the wall, each dimming one bulb on each of these units.
Now here's the light that will be going up. There are three screws; a live an earth and a neutral.
I don't know how to assign the four wires coming from the ceiling with these three screw holes.
Any help would be much appreciated. I'm in Australia.