DIY Stage lighting - need help (pics) Answered
I play in a three piece sludge metal band and I am in the process of making some portable footswitchable stage lighting. I want it to be safe and convenient, however I'm not toooo knowledgable when it comes to electrical wiring/ideal parts for ideal application, etc...
Below are two images of my plans so far, but I could reeeeeally use some help in the issues/questions addressed in the images. If anyone can shed some light (no pun intended) on this I would greatly appreciate it. Please be as specific as possible.
Portable footswitchable Stage Lighting for my band.
I think we will be using 65-100watt incandescent lights.
4 momentary white lights (2 per side)
+ 4 on/off white lights (2 per side)
+ 2 color lights (1 per side).
I DO NOT WANT TO ELECTRICUTE MYSELF OR ANYONE ELSE.
I WANT THESE LIGHTS TO BE BRIGHT AND EFFECTIVE.
CONVENIENT WIRING/CORDS WOULD BE IDEAL.
- What wire to be used to connect couple labeled sockets?
(two momentary, two on/off in each side box. both sides
triggered at same time)
- How do I wire the labeled sockets?
Are they connected just like how it’s drawn?
- Can those footswitches be used with this set up/light sockets?Or do I need a different type/rated footswitch to do this?
- How can I connect and disconnect (for transport) RIGHT BOX to LEFT BOX and power both sides to one footswitch?
ALL help and advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you.