I have a light switch panel that has multiple switches to control different lights for a big area. The panel is located not in the most comfortable place, therefore I am planning to move 6 switches to different location around 5 meters away from original panel.
My plan is to use 3/4" EMT to put all the wire inside. I would use the same 12AWG wire as it is in the original panel. EMT will be connected to 6 metal cases with the switches I'm going to move. EMT conduit will be connected to the ground bar in the breaker box (it is next to the original panel)
In the end there will be 6 live wires going towards the new switches and 6 back to the original panel from where wires are distributed in the walls of the building. Light fixtures are all LED with maximum of 150w load per switch.
My question is, is there any safety concern? For example can that many wires in one place overheat or create dangerous magnetic fields, or conduit grounding is not enough?
Thank you in advance for all the answers :)