I have a 300W PSU that I use to power all kinds of small DC electronics around the house. I recently bought a strip of 12V LED lights. I tested the 4 pin peripheral with a multimeter and got 12.4V which is OK voltage-wise, however, the LED strip says "2A" on it and from what I know the PSU can output 13 amps (someone might want to double check that). So the question is: if I connect the LED strip (positive with positive, negative with ground) will everything work? Will the extra amperage cause the LEDs to blow or will they just draw 2A and let the rest flow to the ground? Also, since my PSU can generate 13 amps, can I link up 6 LED strips in a parallel circuit? After this is set up, I will definitely have some more questions regarding dimmers and microcontrollers. Since I never got proper physics education in school I thought I`dd do this project and hopefully learn something. Thanks in advance for any help!