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Old 05-05-2014, 12:46 PM   #1
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I currently have my garden dug up being landscaped and i am thinking of putting in some armoured cable to a shed. The shed is approx 25m from the house but another 25m to the front of the house where the CU is.

I am wanting to put in a small CU in the shed with a 32A power circuit and a 5A lighting circuit.

Can anyone tell me what size cable i should be using and also what size breaker will i need on the main house CU?

Does anyone know of where to get SWA cheap?

Also, any thoughts on what i should do for outside lighting? I will have a block paved path around the garden but it will obviously require much more cable!

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You might want to call an local professional.
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Why would someone call themself an electrician and not know this?

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I think you need some help on this as you are not experienced to be doing this task. If I am wrong please convince me


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