Breathe new life into your old racing wheel with Cronus Zen. Now supporting a range of awesome, but forgotten wheels from Logitech® and Fanatec®, fully functional on a PlayStation® 4 with full Force Feedback, Pedals, Brakes, Clutch, and Shifter support for the latest SIM Racers!
"Unfortunately, our existing Logitech G wheels don’t work with next-generation systems. This is often a side effect of a new platform launch."
This is the complete list of Logitech® and Fanatec® Wheels that are supported by Cronus Zen's Wheel Mode, including full Force Feedback support.
- Fanatec® ClubSport Wheel Base v1
- Fanatec® ClubSport Wheel Base v1.5
- Fanatec® ClubSport Wheel Base v2
- Fanatec® CSR
- Fanatec® CSR Elite
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 GT2
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 GT3
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 GT3 R
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 GT3 RS v2
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 Turbo
- Fanatec® Porsche 911 Turbo S
- Logitech® Driving Force GT
- Logitech® G25
- Logitech® G27
Zen's Wheel Mode has been tested working with the vast majority of SIM Racers that support racing wheels on the PlayStation®, such as Gran Turismo, Assetto Corsa, F1, GRID Legends, and WRC.
Connect Zen to your PC using the PROG USB cable and open Zen Studio
Select Tools > Zen Operational Mode and select Wheel Mode. You can disconnect Zen from your PC, but don't connect it to your PlayStation® yet.
Depending which PlayStation® you are using, connect the 'AUTH' controller (DualSense® or DualShock4®) to Zen's A1 USB port. This must always be connected to Cronus Zen while the RACING WHEEL is in use.
Connect the RACING WHEEL to Zen's A3 USB port. If the wheel has it's own power supply like the Logitech G27, that must also be connected to the wheel along with any accessories it came with, such as brakes, clutch, shifter etc.
Plug your Cronus Zen into a PS5/PS4 console using the CONSOLE/PC USB port.
Danger: Always keep your distance from the wheel while it is calibrating as it may cause damage to the wheel and/or serious injury to yourself.
Make sure both the AUTH controller and Racing Wheel are powered on, then tap Zen's blue reset button.
Having trouble syncing? Don't fret. Simply unplug the AUTH controller from the A1 port and plug it back in. That usually does the trick.
You are now free to play most SIM racing games on your PlayStation®. 👌🏁
Fanatec® Notes: Must be switched to PS3 mode with DC power supply connected. See the Fanatec PS3 Mode page for detailed instructions.
Logitech® G25 Notes: The wheel must be switched to PS3 mode with the DC power supply connected. To change between six-speed and sequential mode, push straight down on shift knob and turn Mode Selection Dial so the red arrow points to the desired symbol. In sequential mode, the Sequential Mode Status Light will be on. In six-speed mode, the light will be off - Instructions PDF Logitech® G27 Notes: The wheel must be switched to PS3 mode with the DC power supply connected - Instructions PDF
Logitech® G29 Notes: Works on a PS5 without using Zen (PS4 version of GT7 works 100%) The wheel must be switched to PS4 mode with the DC power supply connected - Instructions PDF
Logitech Gaming Software: Download
Please note there will be no further updates to Zen's Wheel mode (final update was Jan 2020) as there simply isn't enough space to handle the huge list of different brands of wheels, brakes, shifters and clutches, with support for both PlayStation® and Xbox® and dozens of games across multiple platforms.
If you require more advanced support for newer games, and a much larger range of wheels, clutches, brakes, and shifters, as well as support for both the PlayStation® 5 and XBOX® Series X/S - we invite you to check out our dedicated Racing Wheel product, the Drive Hub 🛒 which has been GTPlanet's favorite wheel adapter since 2017!