phone booth wiring

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by tminouk, Nov 19, 2018.

  1. tminouk

    tminouk

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    Hi all,
    With a buddy we're trying to make an office phone booth for our studio, made of MDF and some felt inside. We also want to have the following:
    - Lighting
    - A socket with USB charging
    - Ventilation (small ones which PCs also use)
    Power will be supplied via a cord which then goes inside the booth. Spoke briefly with a friend who said from there the cord should connect straight to a socket (with the USB charging) inside the booth? And from there you connect it to an insolator switch, which then connects the respective on/off switches to control the ventilation and the lighting. Any thoughts on this? Or are we setting ourselves up for disaster? Can this be done better?
     
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