I am making up two looms, each with four cables of 1.2 mm CSA cable. The cables are to activate four 24 V solenoids. Cable runs approx. 4 meters. The two off cables will connect to two off bulk-mounted 4-pin sockets and the rear of the sockets will run to the four off solenoids.
I was toying with the idea of making one loom comprise of the four off positive supplies, but twisting pairs. Then connecting the four wires to connector A, whilst the other loom, will be made of the four off negative wires and connect to connector B.
Apart from making a stiffer cable run, would I gain any benefit from the twisted pairs, or would I create more issues?
Each cable will be enclosed in an adhesive heatshrink with the connector ends sealed as the cable is external to a submersible.