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I need to hook up 14 LED grow lights in my garage.

LED light specs: 680 watt, 2.945A @ 240V

The lights will be on for 12 hours a day continuous.

Each light needs a 240V outlet.

How many 240V outlets can I fit on one circuit / what's the best way to do this?

Thank you in advance.
 

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Generally, 3.5 outlets(lights)per circuit.

7 outlets = 2 circuits
14 outlets = 4 circuits

Hence, 4 breakers/circuits

You may find some energy savings by running your lights longer (counterintuitive, I know)

14 hours gets you a discount, since it’s divisible by 3.50.


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I need to hook up 14 LED grow lights in my garage.

LED light specs: 680 watt, 2.945A @ 240V

The lights will be on for 12 hours a day continuous.

Each light needs a 240V outlet.

How many 240V outlets can I fit on one circuit / what's the best way to do this?

Thank you in advance.
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