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HID (Human Interface Device) is a device class and API used for USB and Bluetooth devices.


Docklight Scripting supports HID access via VID / PID (vendor ID / product ID) or the full Windows USB device path. Docklight Scripting allows binary and text-oriented data transfers via HID Input and Output Reports.  


A common application (besides standard Windows keyboard/mouse integration) for the HID device class are Embedded Devices with a custom protocol for simple data transfer, e.g. measurement gauges or sensors


TIP: For more information on accessing HID devices via Docklight Scripting, see also our online support resources at www.docklight.de/support/.


NOTE: Docklight Scripting currently only supports HID Input/Output Reports. Feature reports are not supported.