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Wire Voltage Tolerance

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Hi Friends,
I bought a house and trying to add lamps to the outside. There are cables wires all around my stucco walls and the end of them just lie close to a plug. I was going to add a plug head and simply put them into the plug and also bought 8 6W lamps 110V that will be added. I was wondering if the current cables can handle 110V? I have attached the wires that will go into the plugs, but wanted to see if this cable could handle 110V or is it more of a low voltage cable ?
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Everything about that looks dangerous.
Don't do it, call an electrician.

Tim.
 
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