I work for Centralite, so here is the factory info on Litejet. The panel is rated at 72 amps for 24 loads, so the average load can be 3 amps. There are 6 dimmer boards with 4 dimmers on each board. Each board has 1 line feed and 4 outputs.
So if you have a 20 amp breaker feeding a dimmer board, you first derate this 20% so you have 16 amps to work with. Any 1 dimmer can handle a maximum of 8 amps, with the remaining 8 amps divided across the remaining 3 dimmers.
Remember that is you feed a dimmer with 12 gauge wire, you have to run 12 gauge wire to the loads. Most electricians use 14 gauge wire for lighting loads. If you use 14 gauge wire, you have 15 amps derated by 20% so the effective current is 12 amps, or 1440 watts. We use 120 VAC for the ohms law equation. 120 VAC * 15 amps = 1800 watts, * 80% to get 1440.
The reality of a typical home is that there are many small lighting loads, at 100-200 watts max, so the average of 3 amps per load or 360 watts is usually sufficient. And since any one load per dimmer board can be rated at 8 amps, or 960 watts, you have some wiggle room
Centalite also manufactures a larger capacity system called Elegance, and a new wireless Zigbee based system call Starlite