Question about Malibu ML600TW - Low Voltage Power Pack - 600 Watt - With Timer and Ground
1) Yes. With 6 amps.
It is not purely code, but generally not dangerous.
Most household outlets and switches sold at home center are actually rated 15 amp, and should be on a 15 amp breaker. just don't overload.
2) However if you are running close-to or higher amps than 15 amps, such as space heater (volts x amps = watts), then I would suggest installing 20 amp arc-fault breaker, and protect whole circuit.
3) Add comment and say what you do.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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