Usually color-coded white, this carries electricity from an outlet back to the service panel
A grounded conductor in a three-wire electrical system that does not carry current unless the system is unbalanced.
Usually color-coded white, this carries electricity from an outlet back to ground. Also see hot wire and ground.
Usually color-coded white, this wire carries electricity from a load back to the service panel.
the grounded conductor wire in a cable that completes a circuit by providing a return path to the source. Always identified by white or gray insulation.
Wire that carries current from receptacle or fixture back to the fuse box to complete the circuit (usually white)
the conductor that is intended to have a ground potential.
A grounded current carrying wire in an electrical system.
A conductor that carries current from an outlet back to ground. It is clad in white insulation. See Ground and Hot wire. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
Circuit wire that is connected to an earth ground at the power plant and at the transformer.
A grounded conductor that carries electrical current back to the source from an electrical device. Neutral wires usually (but don't always) have white or gray insulation.
The conductor (commonly white wire) that is grounded at the distribution panel.
A neutral wire is one of the â€œliveâ€ wires in electrical systems, the insulation of the neutral wire is coloured white or grey in the USA, or blue in the UK and rest of EU. It is most often connected to earth at the Service Panel in the USA. And should not be so connected anywhere else within a building so as to not create a hazard.