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  • KB : 3836
  • Language : EN
  • Date : 2018-09-21
  • Category : HOW TO
  • Tag : CALIBRATION , CENTER , CENTERING , DECENTERING , DECENTER , GEAR
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  (requires the V43 firmware or a later version) 2 MODES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE AUTO-CALIBRATION AND WHEEL CENTERING FEATURES During the auto-calibration phase, the racing wheel must come into full contact with the left, then right stops before moving to the center position. If the left stop isn't fully reached (e.g. if the internal/external temperature retracts the stop, or mechanical tolerances increase or reduce friction against the stop), the racing wheel's center position may be slightly offset by approx. 20 degrees. In this case, please select the "Slow auto-calibration" mode.
  • "Quick auto-calibration" mode (default mode) :
= the racing wheel briefly touches the left stop before contacting the right stop, then moving to the center position.
  • "Slow auto-calibration" mode (requires a specific procedure) :
= the racing wheel stays against the left stop for a longer period before contacting the right stop, then moving to the center position. The auto-calibration therefore requires a little more time. You do not need to switch to this mode if the racing wheel's "Quick auto-calibration" mode (i.e. the default mode) produces satisfactory results. Switching to the "Slow auto-calibration mode": 1) Press the racing wheel's "MODE" button while connecting the wheel's USB cable to the PC or PS3 system. 2) Release the button once the USB cable is connected. 3) The racing wheel's "Slow auto-calibration" mode is now active. (This mode is automatically saved to the system's internal memory; you do not need to repeat the procedure every time you connect the racing wheel to your PC or PS3 system.) Reverting to the "Quick auto-calibration" mode (default mode): 1) Connect your racing wheel to your PC or PS3 system, proceeding exactly as described above. 2) The racing wheel's "Quick auto-calibration" mode is now active. (This mode is automatically saved to the device's internal memory.) Identifying the saved auto-calibration mode: - "Quick auto-Calibration" mode: the racing wheel's LED does not change colour after the calibration procedure. - "Slow auto-Calibration" mode: the racing wheel's LED briefly changes colour after the calibration procedure, then reverts to its initial colour. Notes: - In both modes, if your racing wheel is located near the left stop before you connect the device's USB cable, the wheel will automatically move to the center position before the auto-calibration phase begins. - The selected auto-calibration mode is active for all of the T500's wheels (GT, F1, etc.). - The selected auto-calibration mode doesn't alter the racing wheel's other settings (force feedback intensity, centring speed, etc.).