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
Appreciate the help!
Hard to say for sure in your case, but I had to run my servo gripper in its own shielded cable for a clean signal, otherwise the servo would twitch.