I have some mehtech cl2000 curtains, and I am planning on automating them with my insteon relays. 1: I have 5 Windows that each will have their own commands. 2: Each has its own hookup for home automation control and IR. 3: IR is sometimes activated by various remotes in the house which is yet another reason to go with Insteon Relays. My current situation is the motors have a rj25/rj14 jack and need 4 wires, They specify 6p6c wire. https://www.metechs.com/store/index.php?main_page=page&id=33&pos=v&chapter=80 I will need to run as much as 25' of wire for each window to get to an outlet. 1: Can I just use CAT5 wire for each run, and terminate with a rj25 jack...or do they make an adapter to convert rj45 to a rj25 plug? 2: On the relay end it will be bare wires with a screw terminal...so 50' runs cut down would give me 2 prepare connectors for each cable... I like this idea as it means less work. 3: The Insteon curtain relays are designed to b installed behind a light switch, and I will not be installing them behind a switch. My question here is can I make a small box, and install the module in it with one end having the wires going to the curtain motor, and use a 3 prong power cable going out the other end to the wall outlet? Here is the relay I am using for each curtain set... https://www.insteon.com/open-close-micro-module If I can get long enough cable I could run all the relays in 1 nice box with only 1 power cord...All wires to the curtains will be concealed by acoustic panels(except the last 1 or 2 feet which will be covered by the curtains). Ideas?