I bought a LED ceiling light with the following specifications:
- Wattage: 15W
- Voltage: 100-240V AC
- Current: 73mA
The product doesn't come with cables, and the instructions say "use a cable that meets safety regulation".
Is it safe (according to regulation) to use a 18AWG stranded wire with the following specifications to connect the lamp to the ceiling?
- 18AWG wire (150 strands of 0.08mm tinned copper wire)
- Nominal Voltage: 600V
- Bear Current: 7.5A
According to this table of AWG wire sizes, the ampacity of an 18AWG wire is 10A (60C), and the fusing current is 83A (10s).
And here's the answer from the manufacturer (LePro UK):