I don't know much about electricty...

My question is - If this PDU (Power Distribution Unit) is rated at 20A per phase output, does that mean it can handle 60A total output on a
208V 3phase circuit?

http://www.apc.com/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=AP7893

Output Nominal Output Voltage 120V,208V Maximum Total Current Draw per Phase 20A Output Connections (21) NEMA 5-20R (6) NEMA L6-20R Always on Outlets 27

Input Nominal Input Voltage 208V 3PH Input Frequency 47 - 63 Hz Input Connections NEMA L21-20P Cord Length 10 feet ( 3.05 meters) Maximum Input Current per phase 16A Load Capacity 5700 VA

Another Question - Why is the input current LOWER than the output current?

My question is - If this PDU (Power Distribution Unit) is rated at 20A per phase output, does that mean it can handle 60A total output on a

http://www.apc.com/resource/include/techspec_index.cfm?base_sku=AP7893

Output Nominal Output Voltage 120V,208V Maximum Total Current Draw per Phase 20A Output Connections (21) NEMA 5-20R (6) NEMA L6-20R Always on Outlets 27

Input Nominal Input Voltage 208V 3PH Input Frequency 47 - 63 Hz Input Connections NEMA L21-20P Cord Length 10 feet ( 3.05 meters) Maximum Input Current per phase 16A Load Capacity 5700 VA

Another Question - Why is the input current LOWER than the output current?