My Philips Hue light strip 30W / 12V power supply died, and I'm looking to replace it. The OEM replacement is big and heavy; meanwhile there are GaN-based USB-C wall plugs, that can deliver 30W / 12V, and that are available in very small form factor.
Is it possible to use one of these small computer charger USB-C adapters to power a 12V LED strip? And if so - how do I bridge from the USB-C to a constant 12V? I see one PCB that does the negotiation but it uses a pushbutton so every time it powers on I would have to select manually - in this scenario I need something that wakes up and immediately negotiates 12V continuous delivery.