Bath room and living room
Lets begin by looking at how to pull the cabling to the bath room and living room. They both have one wall switch that controls one light application per room (one individually controllable light functionality within the room).
Lets focus on the bath room, it has two LED lights, one ceiling mounted 12V LED E27 bulb and one 12V LED bar (LED strip) that work together, controlled by a single wall switch.
The wall switch requires 2 thin wires (+ and -). A standard copper telephone cable with a wire diameter of 0,5 mm (AWG 24) is very well suited for this purpose. Telephone cables usually come with 2, 4 or 6 wires. You can use a telephone cable with any number of wires or even an Ethernet cable with 8 wires, the important thing for this bath room is that it has at least 2 wires.
The two LED lights that will be connected will also require 2 wires (12V DC + and -). A standard electrical copper cable with a wire area of 1.5 mm² (AWG 15-16) is very well suited for this purpose. Remember to choose wire insulation colors that let you identify and separate the 2 wires.
It is always a good practise to place all cables and wires in a flex tube, that will let you easily replace them in case something is broken or you accidentally put a screw or nail through one of the cables.
All in all the bath room will require one flex tube containing a 2-wire tele cable and two 1,5 mm² electrical wires. Remember to choose a flex tube that is wide enough to fit the cables.
Start by pulling out the flex tube from the Moodifier unit to the closest connection point in the bath room, we assume it is where the E27 LED bulb will be. Then, from that connection point pull out a flex tube from the first connection point to the other two connection points in the bath room.
Once the flex tubes are in place you simply pull the tele cable and the two electrical wires through the flex tube from the Moodifier unit end out to the first connection point in the bath room.
If the first connection point is at the ceiling E27 bulb, you will then need to pull the tele cable through the second flex tube to where the wall switch connection point is. You will then also need to pull the two electrical wires through the third flex tube to the LED bar connection point. Make sure to pull out an extra loop of electrical wire at the first connection point, enough to comfortably be able to connect the E27 LED bulb and the LED bar in parallel.
Repeat the process with exactly the same methodology and cabling for the living room.
Kitchen and bed room
The kitchen and bed room has two separate light applications each (two individually controllable light functionalities within the same room). This will require a few more wires in the flex tube.
Both the kitchen and bed room have a two button wall switch, each button controls a separate light application. These wall switches requires at least 3 thin signal cables (+ and two -). Again, a 4-wire standard copper tele cable with a wire diameter of 0,5 mm (AWG 24) is very well suited for this purpose.
The kitchen and bed room both have two separate light applications. Each light application requires 2 separate electrical cables (12V DC + and -). Again, a standard electrical copper cable with a wire area of 1.5 mm² (AWG 15-16) is very well suited for this purpose. Remember to choose wire insulation colors that let you identify and separate each of the 4 electrical wires at both ends of the flex tube.
Start by pulling out a flex tube from the Moodifier unit to the closest connection point in the kitchen and the bed room. Then, from those connection points pull out flex tubes to the other connection points in each room.
Once the flex tubes are in place you simply pull the tele cable and the four electrical wires through the flex tube from the Moodifier unit out to the first connection point in the kitchen and bed room.
From there you continue to pull the tele cable to the wall switch connection point, and both pairs of electrical cable to each light application connection point and proceed to any additional connection points of each light application.
Let's continue by looking at how the wall switches are connected and how they work.