Answer: several, provided that the circuit's amperage capacities are well respected.
More information to get you started. A light point on a circuit corresponds to the place where you place a light, whether it is a single bulb or a whole set of bulbs (with a chandelier for example). You can install as many bulbs as you wish for each light point, provided you respect the circuit's amperage capacities. Do the math to avoid unpleasant surprises. However, a lighting circuit cannot have more than eight light points. Although it is easily possible to get around this constraint by installing several circuits for the same housing. According to the standards in force, at least one light point must be provided for each room. video id = "0" / Our practical decoration videos