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Old 04-30-2015, 02:05 AM   #1
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Is it safe on 30amps

I have two aquariums (lizard and turtle) -- together they run 3 amps. There's two heaters, a light, and a filter.

The turtle tank will use 3 outlets connected to power strip and other tank will use one outlet.

4 outlets total, that need to be plugged in 24/7.

Our rig is hooked up to 30amp service. Will it be safe to run all this constantly? We live in mild climate and don't use A/C.

Thank you for any input,
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If their continued existence is critically dependent on power availability, you might want to put a power failure alarm on the circuit.
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