currently I'm wiring my converted RV. I've a 12V system and want to connect 12V LED lights. I don't want to use RV or rocker switches. I bought standard house light switches. After a lot of research I figured out that I can use them in my 12V system. All of my LED Lights will consume not more than 2,4 amp, one of the switches is designed for 15 amp.
Ok here my question. Is it possible to share the positive wire from the breaker box with both light switches and go back to the breaker box with a shared negative wire?
I want to use T wire connectors or something similar. The reason is because the DC breaker box (Blue Sea Fuse Block) has only one free slot for connecting. The alternative is to connect two wires on one screw of the breaker box. But I think this will be same result.
What do you think? Will this work or is there a better alternative?