Butthe input will be more than that.First, you will need to read the information tag on the power supply. Then, if my interpretation of the pat number is correct, the output capability is 18 volts at 30 amp. 18x 30= 540 watts output.Butthe input will be more than that.
Next, the supply can probably be set up for different mains voltages and it might not be set up for your mains voltage.
And finally, the supply might be defective.
No other electronic turn on.Welcome to AAC!
A combination of appliances probably TV ,light bulbs ,fan , everything on simultaneously would trip the breaker.
please give a schemaIs it tripping on over current or Earth leakage?
Try wiring an incandescent mains lamp, like 100Watt, in series with the mains Active input and then see if the power supply starts up, with NO load hooked on.
The lamp will limit the input current but allow you to test the supply.
If it still trips, I would suspect earth leakage and it may by mains input filter problems or some other part failure.
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