Have searched past threads and couldn't find the exact answer ... hopefully I can describe it here (even better if someone has the answer):- Firstly, if I have a 3 phase outlet (lets say 32 amps), a 12 x 2.4 dimmer pack and a selection of 240V fixtures that run on single phase. Some of the fixtures I want to run off dimmer channels (e.g. PARs), some I don't (e.g. intels). Is it possible/appropriate to split the feed from the 3 phase outlet so I end up with a 3 phase outlet to run the dimmers and have a few single phase GPOs to run the intels (so its all actually running off the same 32 amp supply). To clarify, I have seen the boxes of 3 x double GPOs (single phase) that you can plug directly into a 3 phase outlet, but I want a 3 phase outlet inbetween the two, to still be able to plug the dimmer in as well (and yes, total power for dimmer and intels combined would be less than 32 amps). Secondly, a 3 phase 32amp supply means a maximum load of 32amps on the outlet e.g. 25 x PAR56 (240V) off one 32 amp outlet, its not 3 phases x 32amps allowing for 94 amps of loading, is this correct?? Does any of this logic change if/when i convert 32amps of 3 phase down to single phase?? Do I still only have 32 amps of power available when converted to single phase. Sorry for the long-winded question, but wanted to give as much info upfront.