I recently purchased a 24V power supply (shown in the photo) from eBay (model S-60-24 , by a company called Mean Well). It came with no documentation, and I can not find a hookup manual online.
I live in California, US, so our electrical wiring in the walls has a white conductor, black conductor, and green conductor. I know the green is for ground, and I believe the white is for ‘neutral’, and the black one is for ‘live/hot’.
My question though, is how do I hook up an AC power cable to this 24V power supply? I believe the symbol that is the center connection is for ground, and I would think that the ‘L’ stands for ‘Live/hot/black’, and the ‘N’ stands for ‘Neutral/white’? (again, see photo)
Additionally, the spare power cable that I found (also shown in the picture) laying around in my garage doesn’t have any kind of colored insulation except for the green/ground one (center wire). So once I find out what the ‘L’ and ‘N’ mean on the power supply, I don’t know which wire is black, and which one is white on my power cord. But after a bit of searching it looks like if you look at a wall outlet normally, the top left prong slot is for the white/neutral wire, so then the top right prong slot would be for the black/live wire? (I know the bottom/center/round prong is for ground)
I just want to make sure I do this right the first time as I really don’t feel like blowing something up or shocking myself or something.