Tensegrity robots are a form of soft robotics useful for their form stabilization that is based on its internal tension rather than gravity. This type of stabilization allows the structure to deform but still return to its original shape no matter its environment. A pressing issue with Tensegrity robots is creating a control system that does not impede their movement. This proposed system will create a wireless strut fabricated from PCB for the Tensegrity robot that is self powered, can send and receive data, and can control a DC vibration motor. The parts were selected based on their ability to precisely control and regulate the motor, as well as send sensitive motion data to a control computer in order to implement more effective genetic, movement algorithms. Electrical and structural tests were made to make sure that the struts can communicate information wirelessly, run a control algorithm, and does not buckle under compressive stress. The full six-bar tensegrity will aid in soft robotics control research for years to come.