In order to maintain a clean look at the robots base I am thinking of utilizing some of the unused wires in the keystone jacks. It seems like the CAT6 cable can handle between 1.2-2.2 amps max (depending on your googles) and the DS3225 stalls at 1.9-2.3A (kind of within spec? - hopefully I wont be stalling often or for long periods of time).
-Is this a terrible idea?
My question is would it be ok to split the power/signal/ground wires between 2 CAT6 cables?
Would it matter which way I would do that? For example:
Center Jack pin 7: GND
Right Jack pin 7: +5V
Right Jack pin 8: Signal
Center Jack pin 7: +5V
Right Jack pin 7: +Signal
Right Jack pin 8: GND
The other option is to route the wires out of the pneumatic hole and try and add some strain relief