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hi everybody i would like to ask is it ok to have 2 lv spots over the bath and 2 mains spots on the same circuit thanks in advance
 
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Shakey

depens what you mean the 'same circuit'?

do you mean the upstairs lighting circuit,

or all fed off one lighting point in the bathroom?
 
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One Lighting Point In The Bathroom
 
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wayne

sorry need further clarification !
"point "is a very general electrical term (sorry in advance shakey)
are you intending to put all lights wired into one ceiling rose?
putting them on the same circuit shouldnt be a problem ,and running them through the switch shouldnt be either
as long as you comply with section 701 you should be fine
 
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hi i have 4 lights in the bathroom on the same circuit the 2 over the bath i want to be low voltage and the other 2 i want to be 240v gu10s is that ok to do that
 
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wayne

sounds fine to me , i advise that the lv's are ip rated and sheilded ,you dont want to be in the bath if one of the gu10 explode!!!
coincidently im replying on a different thread at the moment with a similar topic
 
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thanks mate
 

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