Hi All, I'm putting together a power supply that comes as a front end with controls and display, and a much larger case into which I can place a non-adjustable enclosed power supply of my choosing, and wire it up to the controls. It amounts to a step-down converter with a case big enough for the DC source as well. My question is about matching the output of the DC power source to the limitations of the step-down converter. The control panel rates its maximum output at 6 amps, totaling 360 watts max. Currently I am planning to connect it to an enclosed power supply delivering 24 volts at 14.6 amps. I'm not concerned about the voltage, but I don't know enough about amperes to know if I have a good fit. So the question is: am I going to have problems connecting a 6-amp buck converter to a 14.6-amp enclosed power supply, or, conversely, should I invest in a different, e.g., 6 amp max power supply?