Open and inexpensive USB HID adapter for Logitech G25 / G27 pedals and shifters.Designed by RobotsRulz Store!, Ships from Russia
You may use this adapter to connect your Logitech G27 (or G25) shifter and/or pedals to your computer as separate USB device. All shifter buttons will work, gear positions are calibrated using cali...Read More…
You may use this adapter to connect your Logitech G27 (or G25) shifter and/or pedals to your computer as separate USB device. All shifter buttons will work, gear positions are calibrated using calibration software available to download on GitHub. Adapter was tested on Windows 10 and Windows 8.1. Tested with the following games and simulators:
- Assetto Corsa
This is updated version with USB Type B connector.
Will not work with Playstation or Xbox. USB cable is not included.
For Logitech G25 shifter two jumpers must be set to alternate position, see note on bottom of the adapter or contact me for details.
Adapter firmware can be updated easily using USB connection and STM32 DFU software. In case if you want to alter the firmware there is a JTAG/SWD connector for ST-Link/J-Link/etc. Board firmware is published on GitHub, see here: https://github.com/robotsrulz/SP_Adapter
The device may require calibration before first use, contact me for detailed instructions.
It's similar to Leo Bodnar's USB adapters for pedals and shifter but cheaper and open for collaborative development.
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Luan | Aug. 16, 2018
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24 years in IT, starting as computer technician in a small company, as C/C++ developer took part in making of train station turnstile control software, automated ticket verification systems, passengers and cash flow data acquisition and analysis for Russian Ministry of Railways.
Later worked for credit card processing solution maker, launched their software into commercial service at several Russian banks. Implemented automated testing tools to analyze software security, robustness and performance at various commercial UNIX flavors such as HP-UX, AIX, OSF, Tru64, and Solaris.
As employee of an outsourcing company took part in a hardware verification project for well known hardware manufacturing company. Made a behavioral model for the high speed communication interface to verify VHDL model in a simulator. Solved tasks were strongly connected to finite state machine methods.
As project manager was responsible for project estimation, planning and coordination for porting UPnP software to network attached storage, distributed video surveillance system and custom middleware component for LynuxWorks LynxOS.
Currently employed full time for independent credit card processing company but have some spare time for small projects, interested in C/C++ programming for Linux and embedded platforms (mostly STM32).