I wonder if any of the more electrically savvy Members can give some advice on an issue I am having with my Mains Supply.
I have a dedicated circuit for my main system with 8 switched sockets on which are 3x250DR, 552PS, Supercap DR and 2x555DR together with a Roksan Xerxes PS.
The system is on 24/7 and normally there is no issue. Problems appear to come when there is a power cut which, it goes without saying, is obvious but more regularly when there appears to be a momentary ‘blip’ in the power supply and the system needs to ‘partially’ power up. This causes the MCB to trip.
It appears that the effect of everything trying to power up together is overloading the system and this is understandable I guess. I can power on again individually in the prescribed order but since my electrician replaced the MCB (see below) I have to power up the 250DRs in a specific order for some reason.
My electrician has been and checked all the sockets which are fine and replaced the 16A MCB with a 20A one but this has had little effect and it appears if anything to have made the problem, as mentioned above, slightly worse.
Has anybody had a similar issue or able to suggest a solution?