An overloaded circuit is the most common reason for a circuit breaker tripping. It occurs when a circuit is attempting to draw a greater electrical load than it is intended to carry. The Arc uses about 1440 Watts, roughly the same as a standard hairdryer.
If your breakers keep tripping, we recommend the following troubleshooting steps:
1.) Make sure the Arc is not plugged into a GFCI outlet as those can trip the system more easily.
2.) Try using an extension cord that is at least 12 AWG.
3.) If none of the above resolve the issue, please reach out to CS@rzerosystems.com