After pairing succesfully i will choose a route and then my avartar is biking exactly the same speed regardless of what im doing. The same speed i had under pairing session. The turbotrainer is at the same time very hard to turn around.
Anyone have a clue whats happening?
Tell us a lot more details about your setup. What sort of devices/sensors you have, what trainer, how you’re connecting the trainer, etc.
My trainer is at Real power and i have a ANT switch. I start my zwift software and powering up (electricity) the Real power machine, then puting in the ANT i my computer, and the Zwift is starting pairing…and i can then se the Powermeter working until the pairing ends…then the watt is constant no matter what i am doing
Is that the Elite RealPower?
Is the resistance normal when you pedal in the Pairing screen?
Are you running on Windows or a Mac? I take it that you are saying you have an ANT+ dongle (the small thing that plugs into a USB port to give you ANT+)?
It is 3 yes’s …thank you Steve for sorting that out for me
And its for windows…
When you pair the trainer to Zwift, you need to check that you are pairing the device labelled FE-C as the controllable device, as well as pairing the power device. Can you check that that’s what you’re doing?
Unfortunenately i can’t choose a device labelled FE-C i can only choose elite real power 40139 with the symbol of the ANT switch
That sounds odd, and may point towards the cause of your problem. An ANT+ trainer normally presents a device with an FE-C label that you pair as the controllable device…FE-C is the part of ANT+ that allows control of a trainer (e.g. to control resistance).
Elite RealPower is on Zwift’s list of supported trainers, so it should be ok.
Which ANT+ dongle are you using?
some older Elite trainers did not have FE-c
Sounds like it might be worth the original poster contacting Zwift to see if this trainer is still supported? We know how Zwift’s support documents can sometimes be a bit out of date.