I have modified my setup recently to move my CM15A to the basement right next to the power panels and the XTB-IIR. In doing this, I'm assuming that I should DRAMATICALLY improve my signal strength to/from the repeater. I plugged the CM15A directly into the power port on the XTB-IIR and figured I would never miss a signal again.
My setup involves a Raspberry Pi controlling the CM15A via HomeGenie running on a Debian distro. I have some macros within HG as well as some timers set up through HG which are basically Cron jobs. The other day very early in the morning the back yard lights all turned on which should not have happened. Also, the lights on my pigeon loft did not turn on, which they should. Turns out, the last thing that I manually did was to turn off the back yard lights (A2, A3, A4) and they turned on instead of the pigeon loft lights (A9). The reason was that, for some reason, instead of sending A9 ON, only the second half was received (A ON). I'm not sure if the issue is that HG didn't send the right command or if the way I have things hooked up is not as reliable or even incorrect.
Is it ok to plug the CM15A into the booster port or should I plug it in near the XTB-IIR on a normal outlet? I don't have one available, so I'd have to add one which would be less clean and not as desirable.