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Old 07-06-2016, 11:59 AM   #1
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Electric safety

Am kind of new to electrical installation of electrical breakers and panels. I can do some simple wiring and soldering. I have got drip barrack, I am willing to go and do some extra electrical adjustments, I'd like it to have its own electrical panel, but it would need to be powered from wall socket, now it only have biorb air pump running with, 15l stingray filter, and 2500l water pump. but soon I will add 100l heater another biorb air pump, and 300l/h tetratec air pump, lighting, and some 10w LED.
can any one advise me on what to do? Possibly guide me through the electrical components of the panel and how it should be wired ? Thanks

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