I looked at a job the other day where a single pole switch controlled a light. When the switch was in the down position, it said on, but the light did not work. With the switch in the up position, it said off, but the light worked. How is that possible? Does anyone want to take a stab at it?
That sounds like it might have been part of a photocell (or other) controlled lighting contactor circuit. I can think of numerous scenarios. I have a nasty habit of taking markers to unlabelled switches, disconnects, Et,c. Joe
#64282 - 04/04/0612:44 AMRe: Off is on, On is off, I think?