Question about Electrical Supplies
Now that I have fitted some wall lights to the lounge thanks to the superb advise from "justaskjoe" I now want to fix wall lights to a wall where the back of it is an outside wall.Again to save channeling cables and redecorating I intend to drill through the wall and wire up in the garage but run the cables from the garage to the outside and back to the wall lights.
Is this allowed and if it is do I need any special cable or can I use 1mm as before?
No special cable needed 1mm will be fine
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Normally it is not allowable to run a regular cable (such as a Romex) where it will be exposed. Which it sounds like this cable will be run. Your best bet to make it a legal and safe install is to use a metal clad, or armored type cable (called MC, BX, or "greenfield" by some).
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