I’m building household electrical distribution boards where the LED lighting controllers take 24V. To this end I am using a DIN rail-mounted 220-to-24V converter. I connect this converter to controllers using 1mmsq (approx AWG16) wires, which normally requires 6-10A circuit breakers.
My question: which circuit breakers should I use for this? From what I understand, ordinary AC breakers (designed for 230V) work fine on DC but the response characteristics are lengthened. I also know that DC-specific circuit breakers exist. Are they worth using or am I overthinking this?