I've been trying to get an ENER314-RT add-on board working on my Raspberry Pi 3B running VenusOS Large and control it via Node-Red. This board is able to wirelessly control the Energenie remote controlled sockets, and I thought this would be perfect for switching loads on and off on the output of my inverter using Node-Red, when certain conditions are met.
There is a plug-in under Manage Palette in Node-Red called "node-red-contrib-energenie-ener314rt" and this loads fine on VenusOS, but errors saying it "cannot communicate with device" when I try using it.
I have tried the exact same Raspberry Pi running Debian with Node-Red installed, and the board works perfectly.
This board plugs in to the GPIO header on pins 1-26, and according to other posts on here, the relay out and IO in ports used by VenusOS are on later GPIO header pins. The board uses GPIO (not header pin numbers) 27,22,10,9,11,25 and 07 according to the datasheet.
Unless I'm missing something, this add-on board is not very popular with Pi users, and I've not seen it mentioned anywhere running on VenusOS, but any ideas to help get this working would be appreciated.