I realized that in my house (old), there were some power lines on which are installed sockets and lights. I'm going to put a chart with breakers. What do you advise me 10A, 16A? sBecause I can not iron lines to separate them.
Powering outlets and lighting by circuits and therefore conductors without any protection is extremely dangerous. Your installation seems very "minimalist" and deserves to be redone completely.
It is difficult to decide on your project without knowing the drivers section. Their "size" depends on the "amount" of current they can carry and therefore the power of the devices they can power. For example, a "lighting" circuit could be powered by 1.5 mm wires2 of section and will be protected by a circuit breaker of 10 A. A circuit supplying plugs for the supply of current devices will consist of 2.5 mm conductors2 of section and will be protected by a 20 A circuit breaker. A line feeding a hob will consist of 6 mm conductors2 and will be protected by a 32A circuit breaker. Also remember that today:
- all circuits must have the possibility of connection to earth,
- the circuits of the same "family" must be protected by a differential switch of 30 mA
- the entire installation must be protected by a 500 mA main circuit breaker.
In your case, for safety, not knowing the section of your drivers and their condition, it would be prudent, temporarily, to limit you to protections not exceeding 10 A, which will avoid using the circuits for the needs of devices of excessive power which could lead to overheating and therefore to dangerous heating of conductors and the installation. The use of an electrician seems essential.
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