Question about Logitech DRIVING FORCE FEEDBACK STEERING WHEEL W/PEDALS USB FOR PS2 (VGITECHWHEELPEDALSUSBPS2)

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Power supply for logitech driving force steering wheel

I need a power supply for the above or info on voltage and polarity. can you please help

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  • kennsparkes Feb 15, 2009

    thank you for your help. its answered what i needed to know

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It's OK to use a power supply with a bigger current capacity than needed. If you find once with, say, 24V and 1.0A then that's usable - the wheel will draw as much as it needs.
Therefore:
Same voltage (24V)
Same or greater current (=>0.75A)
Same polarity (positive centre) __________________
Same as the Momo Racing Black, positive inside, negative outside.

The G25 power supply output is stronger: 24Vdc, 1.75A, same polarity.

As long as output voltage, polarity, amperes and connectors are the same you should be fine using a compatible unit, if you find one. In your case it would be 24V, 0.75A, positive inside, but if I were in you I'd wait for some American Driving Force owner to confirm this to be completely sure. The American psu model should however be GAD-SLU-240A8, 110V input, same PSU as Driving Force Pro. Take a look at this for more info. I received this from a forum with people that had the same issues as you and I hope this helps. It seems like they're saying that a store bought universal power supply may mess up your wheel so be careful. If this helps, please leave feed back. FIXYA!

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