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Bradley6969

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Currently have feed to 16A rotary isolator, I’m gonna come of this with 2.5mm to a socket then to a fused connection unit to feed 2 lights if lid this ok
 

Spoon

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Currently have feed to 16A rotary isolator, I’m gonna come of this with 2.5mm to a socket then to a fused connection unit to feed 2 lights if lid this ok
I don't see anything against the regs for that.
 

Spoon

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Would there be a problem if it was 32A
Depends in circuit protection.
I'm presuming, from your first post, that the circuit is protected by a 16A breaker/fuse.
 
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