I live in Spain, my home's electrics are just terrible. I'm waiting for an electrician to look at it and quote me for sorting it all out.
Things are frequently tripping out, I've been trying to spot a pattern of what equipment is on or loading might be causing it, so far I've eliminated just about every possible cause, except one that I've only just thought of.
Owing to my office having just a single power socket, and me having quite a lot of equipment in here I ran an extension from an adjacent room so that I can split the load.
This means that connected equipment is not necassarily drawing power from the same circuit. E.G. At least 1 PC is drawing power from the next room, while the 2 screens it is connected to is drawing power from this room.
Could this simple fact be "spooking" the circuit breakers and resulting in the power getting cut?
(I may well be using the term "circuit breakers" incorrectly. What I mean here is the small switches designed to throw during an overload or abnormal condition, usually found near the incoming supply. I am aware that there are several different types of modules that can be used here, and I have no idea which of them I have.)
EDIT - Pictures of the breakers: https://photos.app.goo.gl/GKH5rzNJxV1HpGe36 https://photos.app.goo.gl/LYWHxuPog6cF4T8HA https://photos.app.goo.gl/xEgm4TwS4wrtLWMU8 https://photos.app.goo.gl/Zkj9yRNQVFHW9hLm9
Edit - clarification To be clear, the loads we're talking about are not excessive. The last time it tripped the total load on the circuit(s) that tripped was (I think) in the region of 10-15A - spread across those 2 sockets. There was other load on the supply at the time, but these did not go off until I started flipping breakers.