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Good morning folks.

Newbie to the trade and got myself my first install. Just wanted to know if this is fine as per customer requirements.

Customer wants a 2 gang socket in a summer house for table lights etc. Also wants a outdoor 2 gang socket for led net lights rated at 5 watts.

Plan is to spur a socket inside property (already rcd protected from mains cu) closest to shed with 2.5mm t&e to a 13a sfu. Then 2.5mm swa to shed into garage cu 40a 30mA rcd 1 x 6a 1 x 32a mcb. Then 2.5mm swa (10meters) to the garden house 2 gang socket rang from the 32a mcb (May lower to 16a) Also running a 1.5mm swa from gcu to outdoor sockets (20meters) which as previously stated will only be used for 5 watt led net lights ran from the 6a mcb.

Direct connection to house cu is on far side of property and keeping costs down for them.

Hope I have made sense and please don’t flame the newbie :)

Kind regards
 
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