My simple high school physics tells me that current is never constant. Maybe your electrician will be able to explain further on this phenomenon. For now, lets stick to the fact that current can shift either upwards or downwards.. This usually has an impact on the machines consuming For now, lets stick to the fact that current can shift either upwards or downwards.
Garden railroading mixes large scale model railroading with all the challenges and delights of gardening, water gardening, and landscaping. What doesn't always mix so well with a naturalistic setting is 110v AC "house current" power (or 240v "mains" outside the US) . Even low voltage wiring is more complex outdoors than it is indoors. Unlike indoor railroading: Routing permanent power to a garden railroad frequently involves burying cables or other labor-intensive operations.