how many outlets can be run on a 20 amp breaker with 12 gauge wire.?

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In NZ when working out what size breaker to use for an outlet circuit we allow for 8-10 amps per outlet, and for 75% of these to be used on full load. Based on this I would probably reccomend 3 to 4 max, outlets for that size circuit breaker. Obviously if you were using low drain appliances it would ...

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