I'm getting ready to (finally) connect a porch light for my outdoor office. The overall wiring looks like this:
1) A sub-panel outside feeds a circuit into the shed:
3) One switch is intended to control a port light. The other switch is intended to go to an overhead light:
- Two green wires (ground) connected together with a wirenut.
- To white wires (neutral?) connected together with a wirenut.
- One red and one black (hot?) connected together with a wirenut.
- A single black (hot?) connected together with a wirenut.
The wiring installation instructions are remarkably sparse. It's one page that literally just has this:
So, I have several questions:
1) Which of the two black connections should I attach the black fixture wire too? I would assume the single black supply wire?
2) Can/should I attach the white fixture wire to the set of two white wires (making it a set of 3)?
3) The ground wire from the port light is quite literally bare wire/cable. Should I attach that to the green bundle? Or is that not appropriate?