hi Sandro and welcome to the Zwift forum. i don’t have enough expertise to answer your question, but there are participants on the forum who will likely be along and can help out. There is a very good article on cyclistshub. com you could check out and in that article they say " Yes, you can use the Elite Novo Force bike trainer with Zwift. However, you will need a power meter OR a cadence and speed sensor so Zwift can calculate your power."
Hey Chris, first of all thank you so much for your help,
I followed your suggestion
and, to be fair, now I get a wattage reading! It was utterly wrong, and I hand-cranked 7k watts, but it works! I believe that now it’s a matter of tuning the misuro B+ to the proper configuration, as it can accommodate a vast array of different trainers.
On the topic, among the various elite trainers, zwift lets me select a generic “novo force” trainer, suggesting the third resistance level. I believe that my novo force with 8 levels is not “officially” supported, but in case someone from the internet stumbles upon this post, for the novo force 8 the fifth level or resistance is the equivalent that should be used!