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DaniQ

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I have two cables for wall lamps (1mm T+E) going to one of the socket in the back of the TV. These lamps will be controlled with smart bulbs with a little remote control or/and an app on the phone, no need of wall switch.

I'm considering to use the 47mm double metal box to host a modular single socket and two single pole fuse module.

Do you see any issue with this design or any better way of doing this?

To replace the double back box with 2 singles is not an option. There is not enough space to make the opening bigger without breaking the whole thing.

Please see the diagram attached. Hopefully it will make sense.

Please see below the links to the parts that I'm thinking to use.

SOCKET

FUSE

PLATE


Thank you

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Personally, if you're using a modular faceplate, use a 20A DP switch module followed by a single fuse to protect both lamps. That way you have the ability to isolate them should the need arise in the future.
 

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