I have 3 10W LED spotlights that I want to attach to a wooden canopy to light my fishtank. They have live, neutral and ground. They look like this:
It requires AC 85-265V. I could easily attach each one to a three-point plug but that would look messy and I would need three plug-points.
I was wondering if it would be dangerous to instead wire all three of them using an electrical connection block and then use a single cable+plug like this?
I know the cable would need to be able to withstand the current needed by all three lights but I don't know how many amps it would pull (complete amateur). I have an extension cord that I would like to use the wire from, I assume this would be good enough since it has a bunch of plug-points and therefore can withstand the current?
Also, would wiring it like this affect the brightness at all?