# You asked: How many LED recessed lights on a 20 amp circuit?

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## How many amps do LED lights use?

The manufacturer says that the shop lights draw about 0.3amps. 6 times in a day. Round up to 2 is 3 Amps, which is only 1.8 Amps. It is obvious that you are well within the capacity of a 20amp breaker.

## How much can you put on a 20 amp circuit?

How many Watts can a 20-Amp breaker handle? A 20-amp breaker can support up to 2,400 watts on a single circuit. The safe maximum for a 20-amp circuit is 1,920 watts, but circuits should not be loaded to more than 80 percent of their maximum capacity.

## How do you daisy chain LED recessed lights?

In the attic, run a wire from over the switch location to the first six-inch light, then to the next and so on until all six-inch lights are daisy-chained to the switch location. Daisy chain the two small lights back to the same location using a separate set of wires.

## How many lights and outlets should be on a circuit?

By rule of thumb, you would stick with 8 to 10 outlets and or lights per breaker.

## How much current does a Led need?

Most common LED’s require a forward operating voltage of between approximately 1.2 to 3.6 volts with a forward current rating of about 10 to 30 mA, with 12 to 20 mA being the most common range.

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## How many amps does a 60W LED bulb use?

A 60 Watts bulb draws 0.54 Amps to operate. A 80 Watts bulb draws 0.72 Amps to operate.