I've been experiencing interesting problem recently. When the power goes down, there is roughly 50:50 chance that a circuitbreaker for my plugs trips after the power comes back on. Flipping it back manually solves the issue and it has never been tripped by normal load - only after a power cut when the power comes back on
It's a 16A breaker (230V here in Spain) and connected to it are a few computers + TV screens - most of them are behind a UPS. Is there any way to remove the spike when the power comes back on? Is there anything I can plug the machines into to make sure they come back on properly?
It would be a major hassle to change the breaker for larger value as I would need to involve the apartment owner etc.
Here is the breaker in question: