I’m creating a loop with six 1-meter-long strips. I’m using one 5v 10a power supply which I plugged into a breadboard. So I plug one end of an LED strip into the breadboard, then I have 5v, GND and the data signal going into the next two strips. The third strip doesn’t connect 5V and GND to the 4th strip…there’s only a data line connected between them. How I connect the last three strips to power and GND is by having the 6th strip also connect into the breadboard for power and feed power and GND to the 5th and 4th strips. So, I have my first three strips getting fed power from one end and the last three strips powered on the other end. Only the data line is continuous throughout the 6 strips.
So this LED loop is connected to power on both ends. Out of precaution, I didn’t let the power or GND line run continuous throughout all the strips, because then a single LED strip would be connected to power from both the input side and the output side. Is this precaution correct? Or can an LED strip be fed power from both ends at the same time without any problem?