Isn't the TC main outlets PWM though? That Boxed version I linked you can use 12v, and I believe they stated ground is optional.
So my thoughts (and I did write them and ask) was just use TC +, and TC -, to the appropriate connectors on the device.
so is Aduinos.. and the like.. All the same..
Common PWM voltages.. 3.3V 5V 10V..
Technically one can just hook a 12V (9-24) ps to the tc and use it's normal outputs..
PROBLEM is sometimes one gets issues w/ the fact that you are pulsing the negative side.. May or may not matter.. depends on the circuitry..
See the TC output is err reversed in normal mode.
Also since it doesn't function well below about 9 v you can't hook a LDD to the unit "as is"..since 9v is too much for them.
Well not exact specs here but I do know you have a limit since the voltage regulator in the TC is for 5V and believe requires a differential as is commom .. so 5 plus X volts is the TC powering limit..
SO YES it "may" work fine.. it may not..
Using the 5V plus tap will work since they are designed for it..
my history w/ this is that the orig Typhon controller had a 10V PWM tap.. much like you are picturing w/ the TC. Did not dim Meanwell 10V PWM drivers.
Why ?????? but I was told the o-scope trace was err funny..was reversed like the TC would be common anode.
So... YMMV.. like I said may work fine..