Complete noob here.
I'm finishing building my kitchen and the last part - the wiring of electrical oven and glass cooking plates, is presenting me with some challenges.
I am located in Germany.
The oven comes out with a 3 pronged cable (I guess active, neutral and ground?).
The cookers were sold to me with no cable.
There is one junction box at the intended spot in the kitchen, with 5 cable grips, which is definitely 3 phase.
I'm wondering what's the best course of action with both the oven and the cooking plates.
My thoughts so far:
- Is there a way to connect the cooking plates to the same junction box as the oven somehow, without blowing things up?
- If not, should I just connect them to a nearby socket with a cable ending with a regular socket plug?
- What about the oven (single phase cables) vs the junction box (3 phase)?
Note: the sockets seem to have ground clips here - see picture below.