Question about Gb Electrical Cr 100 Romex Wire Stripper
I am installing 4 outside lights (100 watts ea.) at various locations on my garage controlled by one switch on a 15 amp dedicated circuit using 14/2 wire. My question is this: Can I run a separate length of wire to each light, and end each at a central junction box (4 wires in the box) where a 5th will run out to a single pole switch? I know there is anothe way to wire in series parallel, but is this an acceptable alternative method?
According to the National Electric Code, No. Each light needs to have a ground connected. also since their outside they need to be placed in a conduit barried at a certain depth. Now if you never sell your house or are concern about NEC codes, then what you are proposing will work.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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