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The popularity of Smart Homes is rapidly increasing, and this is already an axiom. This trend is clearly evident in economically developed countries, where the key attributes of a Smart Home - autonomy, energy independence, energy efficiency, operational safety, and security - have long become a norm of life. Already during the planning phase of a Smart Home, the owner should consider the specific features of electrical wiring for this type of house. In this case, it is useful to know the main differences and advantages of electrical wiring in a Smart Home compared to its traditional counterpart for a regular house.
Traditional Electrical Wiring
The traditional variant of electrical wiring involves laying power cables with a cross-section of 2.5 mm² for electrical sockets (for kitchen sockets, it may be 4 mm²) and cables with a cross-section of 1.5 mm² for lighting.