I am building a circuit that allows me to control a set of light (more specifically Christmas lights you see in supermarkets) with relays (AQH 2223). My idea is to have the controller input on one side and the light on the opposite side. An example would be something like this.
My problem is that I don't know the exact trace dimension I need to the light circuits such that I don't melt the board over a long period of use (around 30 minutes). What are some typical trace dimension values for household appliances? Also, are there libraries for AC outlets? I am planning on using something like this.
I want to mount AC outlets on the PCB but so far I haven't find any libraries for eagle yet and I am quite sure that people have done this before. I am fairly new to Eagle so sorry if this kind of question has been asked before. Thanks!