Prerequisite: For a home-decor project, we wish to work with different LED strips and even a larger LED chip as a central lighting source by attaching everything to a powerful, high quality 12v CC/CV DC PSU. (eg., Mean Well HLG series).
Each portion of LED strips, depending on chips / resistors, will draw different currents.
For the central lighting, we wish to use a CC / CV DC booster to drive a high-power LED.
Given that the total power consumption from all components is well below 90% of PSU capacity;
- Would it be safe to connect all components in parallel and use the single PSU to power them?
This question is not a duplicate on this site. It is irrelevant to, for example, the following:
Can I safely and efficiently connect batteries parallel to a DC source? or:
Choosing power supply, how to get the voltage and current ratings?