I've looked at other questions "Voltage sources in parallel", but don't answer my specific problem.
Imagine the following circuit:
I have a solar powered charge controller that, ideally, can deliver 30A at 14.0V, and a battery that, ideally, can deliver unlimited current at 12.8V.
Which laws can tell me something about how this circuit will behave?
For example, if the load is a 50W LED, it would need 14V at 3.57A. Would all the current and voltage come from the CC, because it has a higher voltage?
When the total current would be higher than 30A, I suspect the CC would fail to sustain the voltage.