To ensure your home small power distribution unit does not trip, there are a few things to consider. First, understand the power requirements of each electrical device and ensure that the total power distributed does not exceed the rated load of the small power distribution unit. Secondly, reasonably distribute the circuit load, disperse high-power equipment to different circuits, and avoid overload. In addition, ensure that the quality of the wires and sockets meets the standards to ensure the stability and safety of current transmission. In addition, regularly check and maintain the small power distribution unit, clean the dust, tighten the connectors, and ensure that the wires and wiring inside the small power distribution unit are fastened and reliable. Finally, pay attention to avoid using high-power equipment at the same time, such as air conditioners, electric heaters, etc., to reduce load peaks. If tripping still occurs frequently, it is recommended to consult a professional electrician for further inspection and improvement.