Hi, would like to seek for opinion from any electrician with experience here.
I am in the midst of arranging to renovate my house (three phase wiring terrace if it matters)
living room has 4 lighting points total, one switch = two points. total 2 light switches.
I engaged with a general contractor, I wanted to make total 8 lighting points for 8 surface lights instead of the original 4. Means 1 switch = 4 points. He said cannot for this type of LED light because will cause tripping, but the lighting shop people tell me it doesn't matter how many lights I put since they're all LEDs they don't draw much power anyway. He said must create new lighting switch from the distribution box.
1 LED surface light = 36W
Can anyone please advice me if contractor is right or lighting shop ah? thanks!
On the box:
This post has been edited by KuzumiTaiga: Aug 31 2019, 02:33 AM
Seeking electrical lighting advice