I have tried to locate an answer to my question but unfortunately none seem to suffice.
I am fitting 5 x 50w mains down lights( i know, the scurge of the nation!!) in a bedroom, the wiring for the house is of the circuit type. I have removed the ceiling rose and taken the wires into the loft space where i have used a 4 junction box, to connect the switch cable, circuit in, circuit out and cable to the light fitting.I have installed the first downlight to ensure that the wiring is correct and all seems fine, however i wanted to ensure that i am wiring the remaining lights correctly.
I have had some thoughts on the best way to go about this and wanted some advice:
1. Would it be ok to run a cable from the junction box and then add another junction box to this cable to feed the rest of the lights?
2. Should i try to join the lights together by just running L,N & E from one fitting to the next (concerned about connecting 2, 1.5MM cables in the block of each light)
Can someone advise what they feel the best approach would be?