When buying, make sure the wall lamp or plug are of a type suitable for installation at ‘outside. The first must be protected, for example, by a metal frame so as not to be damaged in the event of severe weather and the second dev ‘be provided with a rubber seal that prevents water and moisture from penetrating into the box mounting.

You need:

* Hammer
* Chisel
* Drill
* Plaster and stucco
* Pencil
* Plugs
* Screwdriver

First of all, detaches the current electric from ‘switch General. Then check if there are boxes of derivation in the vicinity of where you want to install the lamp outside. Choose the one closest occurs if there is already a connected switch. If there is , you just replace it with a switch. now marks on the wall outside and on the point corresponding to the inner wall, the point exactly where to place the lamp and with hammer and chisel digs on the wall inside a channel, starting from the sign up to the junction box and from this point to where to put the switch.


If you plan to replace an existing switch with a switch, be careful not to damage the power cord socket in the wall, which already links the ‘switch to the junction box. If otherwise, dig also the niche for box mounting of ‘switch and mount the box. now go to the point where you have marked the position of the lamp outside and begins to dig the channel by a hole in the wall with the drill. To run the cable without any problems, using a bit a bit ‘bigger than the section of cable that should be of 1.5 mm.

Put in the channel two cables of this section and long enough to allow the connections. You pass that to the lamp through the hole and brings the ‘more to the breaker box. covered the channel with the plaster and smooth. When the plaster is dry, level the stucco, smooth all again and let it dry completely before connecting the wires. Remove the sheath ends of the cables and stripping the wires, connect the new switch, or the switch. Connects then, both cables to the junction box.

Supports the lamp against the outer wall and mark with a pencil the position of the screws to secure it. Make the holes with the drill, insert the bolts and tighten the lamp holder to the wall, after you did pass the cable connection in the hole provided. Secure the cable to the terminals of the lamp holder and, if it is provided with its own cable, connect it another via a terminal block. The lamp holder must have a rubber seal to isolate it from the water after that you have attached to the wall, if not, put along the edge of a sealant . Then screw the lamp holder, the lamp , mounting the cover and reattach the power supply.