I apologize in advance, for only quickreading howtos, and, since I am only hobbyist, I actually don`t tinker with ac power generally.
Today I can`t bypass this : I need to connect 3 switching power supplies (1x 230V=>5V, 300W,60A; 1x 12V 20A; 1x 12V 15A) to a single cold device socket.
Question is : Is it safe to connect all three supplies in parallel to the cold-device-socket (whats the correct name in english for those !?) as long as I care for good wires (I have 1.5mm pure copper core cable with good pvc isolation, which should be a bit overdimensioned already) and propper soldering and isolation?!
Are there any hints that a professional electrician could give me ? (Apart from : dont touch ac power if you dont know what u are doing) .. I will be really really careful, I promise .. (soldered some cold-device-sockets to 3d-printers successfully already etc..)
Will the current evtl. be too much for the fuse thats built into the socket ?! I think in 230V AC all 3 together shouldn`t reach 10A !?
I`d love to read carefully and answer the question myself, but from my little knowledge, this should be possible and simple, I just want to be sure and I am already late with progress... thx in advance, Oliver