This wiring diagram illustrates installing a 15 amp circuit breaker for a 120 volt circuit. The 14/2 awg cable for this circuit includes 2 conductors and 1 ground. A 15 amp circuit is usually used for wall receptacle outlets and light fixtures.
This arrangement is used for computers and sensitive A/V equipment such as a home theater, to eliminate noise interference in the audio and video output that can be caused by the grounding wires throughout a dwelling’s electrical system.
A special isolated-ground receptacle is require for this circuit and can be identified by the orange color and a small triangle imprinted on the face. When connecting the wires, the isolated ground wire (the red wire pictured here) is marked with green tape or paint on each end and connected to the grounding bar in the service panel, and to the grounding terminal on the receptacle.
With this lamp, bulb A can be turned off and on independently and switch B can turn on bulb 1 alone, bulbs 2 and 3 together with bulb 1 off, bulbs 1, 2 and 3 all on at the same time or all three off.