Logitech® G25/G27/G29/G920/DFGT/DFP or Generic Pedals Adapter

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Turn your DFP, G25, G27, G29 or G920 pedals into a stand alone device and increases sensitivity to 10-bit (1024 steps) for greater precision!

10-bit resolution on all pedal axes
Highly accurate, smooth and stable position measurement. 250 updates per second

Reliable, rock-steady calibration settings
Windows calibration settings will not be lost after unplugging or swapping USB connectors

Completely standalone solution
Use Logitech® G25, G27, G29, G920, Driving Force™ GT, Driving Force™ Pro or pedals on their own or with another wheel.
Use your DIY pedals using potentiometers or Hall sensors - Click here for connector pin out

Automatic recognition of connected pedal types
Logitech G25, G27*, G29*, G920*, Driving Force GT**, Driving Force Pro, or generic pedals with up to 3 axes.
* G27, G29 and G920 pedals are identical to G25 and will be shown as such.
** Driving Force GT pedals are identical to Driving Force Pro and will be shown as such

Natively supported by Windows 10/8/7, Vista 32, Vista 64, XP, 2000, Me, 98, Mac OS X and Linux.

True Plug-and-play.

Cable length
1.5m (5 feet)

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Calibration Instructions

Firmware upgrade Instructions

Logitech® G25 / G27 / G29 / G920 / Driving force GT / Driving force Pro Pedal adapter

Calibration instructions

1. Plug the pedals into the cable.

2. Plug the cable into a free USB port on your computer.

3. Wait for Microsoft Windows to automatically install the drivers for the adapter. There are no additional drivers that need to be installed. The adapter will show up in Devices and Printers.

4. Run the calibration software for the adapter.

The calibration software can be downloaded from our web site, under the product downloads tab,or from the following link.

Download Calibration Software

5. The calibration software will read the existing settings from the adapter cable. If this is the first time calibration it will look similar to the following screen shot.

The red numbers are the corrected or calibrated values.

The blue numbers are the raw values coming from the pedals. This is basically the voltage level from the potentiometers inside the pedals.

The Calibrate button will let you automatically calibrate the pedals.

Click the Calibrate button.

Push down on each of the pedals to the full extent of its travel and release the pedal. This should be done a few times on each pedal to improve the accuracy of the calibration.

Some of the axis may need to be inverted to work correctly. If the value bars reduce as the pedal is pressed, invert the axis.

6. This should give a good initial calibration. Check the pedals give full readings on the axis and adjust the numbers if required.

Press Stop Calibrate before manual editing of the numbers.

For example.

With the pedal full released the calibrated value still shows 14 and the raw value shows 68. Enter the value of 68 in the left hand Accelerator active range box.

The numbers will change between different pedal sets.

Repeat the process for the maximum value as well.

Enter 908 in the right hand Accelerator active range box.

7. Once the pedals are correctly calibrated and giving a full reading on all of the axis press the write settings button.

This will save the calibration and write the data to the adapter cable. No data is saved on the PC, the calibration is stored on the adapter cable.

Some software like iRacing does not need the pedals to be calibrated and this entire process can be skipped if desired. However some people have found better results using our calibration software with iRacing.

Pedal Calibration Software

Pedal Firmware version 1.3 - 30th July 2013

Firmware update instructions

Connector pin out


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