Installing a battery operated wall sconces with remote in existing plaster requires the use of an electric box. The electrical box can be attached to an existing wall stud or plaster. You will need to connect the wall lamp or fixture to the electrical box. This can be done by first determining where the wall light will be placed on the wall, and then obtaining the materials needed for the project.
Decide on the wall that you want to mount the wall sconces with remote. Find a stud in the wall with a rule detector. Mark the location of the pin with a pen. Place the electrical box on the left or right side of the pin and trace it with the pen to create a contour on the wall. Cut around the contours with plaster saw. Take the cut piece of plaster and set it aside. Pull the electric wire up through the wall with the fish wire. Insert electrical wire through the electrical box.
Place electric fields in the hole that you cut out of plaster. Secure the electrical box to the stud with a drill. Strip ½ inch of insulation from electrical wire with side cutter. Tighten the black cable on the fixture to the black electrical wire. Place a wire lid over the threads and turn it in place. Repeat this step for the white threads. Connect the green ground wire from the battery operated wall sconces to the earth screw in the electrical cabinet with the screwdriver. Place the wall lamp over the electrical cabinet and secure it with the screws with the screwdriver.