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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:50 pm 
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Hi,

I bought a Star Shower Laser Lights from Dude Gadgets, Although I love the device the 3m of cable is not long enough, can I extend this with in mind its being used outside.

The cable is 2x0.519mm2, I searched google and the only cable i can find is .75mm from screwfix.
I also found these:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Junction-Box-Electric-Project-Case-Terminal-Connection-Enclosure-Waterproof-IP66-/131981873407

Another suggestions on cables/junction boxes etc?

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Darren


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Is that one of them lasers that covers your house in red and green dots and costs less than £20?

If so most of them have a "wall wart" that can NOT be used outside. (The light goes outside but the "wall wart" should be plugged in indoors. (Or a weather proof housing) But back to your question.

If you want to extend it, then extend the supply cable from the wall wart to the light.
Yes you can use a junction box that you listed.
Also bear in mind that if the cable is to be a "long run" then you should use a cable with a bigger diameter, NOT some thing like "bell wire"
I get the feeling the cable and junction box will cost more than the light.

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