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, and Shifter support.
👉 This page includes the following controller guides for PS4/Racing Wheel gaming:
If you require more advanced support for a much larger range of wheels, clutches, brakes, and shifters, as well as support for both the PS4 and Xbox - we invite you to check out our dedicated Racing Wheel product, the Drive Hub 🛒
All supported wheels are auto re-mapped and converted so they detect in-game as a Logitech G29 with Force Feedback (FFB) 👍 If you have pedals, brakes, shifter, clutch, etc. that came with your wheel, make sure they all connected. Be sure to use any provided external AC Power supplies.
If you have pedals, brakes, shifter, clutch, etc. that came with your wheel, make sure they all connected, and be sure to use any external AC/DC power supplies that came with your wheel or accessories.
You also need a PS4 license donor controller connected to A1, so that the wheel does not disconnect every 8 minutes. We recommend the DUALSHOCK 4 CUH-ZCT2 (DS4 v2) which is our preferred controller for all PS4 crossover setups. The table below speaks for itself 😁
X: U=USA, E=Europe, J=Japan
Setup Hardware: PlayStation 4 console, DUALSHOCK 4 v2 controller, Zen Studio and Zen Firmware .
AUDIO: You can connect a wired headset to the A1 DUALSHOCK 4 v2 donor controller. However, it is recommended that you use a wireless headset, or one that connects directly to the console and not the controller. For more details see the Wired Headset Users page.
This is the complete list of Logitech and Fanatec Wheels that are supported by Cronus Zen's PS4 Wheel Mode, including full Force Feedback support!
All Fanatec Wheels must be put into a special PS3 Mode so it is correctly detected by Zen. See the Fanatec PS3 Mode page for detailed instructions.
If a controller is still paired to the PS4, you need to unpair it, or it will keep auto connecting to your console instead of the Zen. There are also a number of console settings that improve Zen's functionality and performance.
When connecting a DUALSHOCK 4 to your PS4 using a USB cable, it also pairs it to the console via Bluetooth. So, to correctly unpair a controller, simply do it using any controller to Zen- it then won't auto pair Bluetooth after you "Forget Device"👍
If you wish to monitor controller outputs in real-time with Zen Studio, connect the PROG (mini-USB) cable from Zen to PC, and keep the Zen connected to your PS4 with the CONSOLE/PC (micro-USB) cable. Open Zen Studio and make sure the Zen is detected, then go to the Device panel and select Tools > Device Monitor (Shortcut: F3).
If the Zen RGB LEDs do not light up, or if the wheel is not responding, unplug all USB cables from the Zen, reconnect, then press Zen's reset button and that should fix it. Make sure the controllers are powered on.
If your controller disconnects:
For more detailed help, check out the extensive TROUBLESHOOTING 👈 guide.
Fanatec PS3 Mode
Logitech Shifter Overlay