Home > Products > Brackets & Cables >

Interface Board to Use LC27 with T500W2G27P Adapter

Interface Board to Use LC27 with T500W2G27P Adapter


 
Your Price (USD): $4.95
Compatibility: Thrustmaster T500RS, TX and T300 Wheel


Item #: RMT-LC27NI

Description Manuals
 

This interface board is only needed if using the LC27 v2 load cell kit on a set of Logitech pedals that will be plugged into a Thrustmaster T500RS, TX or T300 wheel.

If you are ordering the LC27 and intend to use it only with the Thrustmaster wheel via the T500W2G27P adapter then please select that option when adding it to your cart and the correct parts will be included.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 August 24, 2020
Reviewer: David DePew from Greenfield , IN United States  
Everything works as described!
Very happy with results!

Was this review helpful to you?

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Good January 10, 2020
Reviewer: Shaun Schutte from Jamaica, NY United States  
Clean and well finished, easy to install when you want to use the DB9 to RJ12 Logitech to Thrustmaster pedal adapter. Transform your G29 pedal set and connect through your Thrustmaster wheel base.

Was this review helpful to you?

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 perfect breaking mod for g27 July 11, 2016
Reviewer: cedric khoury from Toulon, OTHER France  
really happy with that mod
easy to setup with the video on yt
can be hard to break at first tries but then you get used to it and enjoy real feeling

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
1 of 5 Not required. March 26, 2016
Reviewer: Paul Hance from Aberdeen, Scotland United Kingdom  
I bought  the interface board as I have a load cell conversion. "This interface board is only needed if using the LC27 v2 load cell kit on a set of Logitech........"  The adapter and board duly arrived and I fitted them both according to the instructions.. Clutch ok, throttle ok, no brake. Even worse, hitting the brake gave me throttle. The seemed like a wiring issue/short so I made sure i put everything in the right place and tried again. Same thing in the calibration software.  I then spent 2 hours stripping back wires to make sure there were no shorts and resoldering all connectors. Still the same.  Next day I called ricomotech, (not cheap from the UK). The guy I spoke to who's name I unfortunately didn't get was very helpful and instructed me to remove the interface board and make a small wiring change. This fixed the issues straight away. So basically to sum it up, I paid 4.95 for a board I didn't need that cost about 4 hours of looking for a problem the board created.

Was this review helpful to you?