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This is a holder for LED tubes. IT CAN NOT be used for FLUORESCENT LAMPS.
1) Pic. 2. Take two connector out of a terminal block connector. It doesn't have to be a ceramic one.
2) pic. 3 an 4. Strip the insulation about 40 mm, and the inner insulation and about 6 mm. I prefer to put tube terminals on, but not a requirement.
3) pic. 5 and 6. Insert the conductors through the socket and mount the connector as shown in the picture.
4) Pic. 7 and 8. Connect the tubes to the connector. Make sure to connect the right end, here the tubes are marked with "AC INPUT". Remember to turn tubes so that it lights the right way.
5) Pic. 9, 10 and 11. Insert the cord so that it covers the strain relief and then place the cap as shown in the picture.
6) pic. 12 and 1. Now screw on the light fixture on the wall, ceiling or where you need it. You can now connect it to a power source.
Wire 2 X 0.75mm or AWG 2 X 22
Skrews countersunk 3mm or 1/8"
And again BE CAREFUL WITH A LIVE POWER SOURCE !!!
If you don't know anything about power get a professional to connect the light fixture.
LightPipeFod_3.stl can be printed without support.
LightPipeFod_2.stl can be printed without support, but best printed with support under tube holder
LysRørFodCab_2.stl can be printed without support.
I added 2 holds more hold, they turn the tube 45° to one side or the other side.
I added 2 holds more hold, they turn the tube 22.5° to one side or the other side.
I added 2 holds more hold, they turn the tube 30° to one side or the other side.
If you need other angles please let me know.
Here's an example of what NOT to do www.youtube.com/watch?v=maniMjcvS7M