What is USB HID Mode?
HID refers to Human Interface Device, which refers to various input devices that can be used to interact with computers or other electronic devices, such as keyboards, mice, game consoles, touchpads, digital cameras, and so on.
HIDs typically use common drivers and protocols, allowing them to run on different operating systems and platforms. In a computer, HID devices are typically connected to the computer through a USB interface.
HID devices are widely used in various devices such as personal computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, game consoles, and are an indispensable part of human-computer interaction.
HID is a drive free device that can be directly plugged in and used. However, HID devices do not necessarily have a human-machine interface, as long as they meet the HID category specification, they are HID devices.
Some HID devices can communicate through serial ports through a USB interface. This type of serial communication is called USB serial communication or virtual serial communication. In this case, the HID device uses a USB interface to simulate a serial device, just like traditional serial ports, which can exchange data through serial communication protocols.
This USB serial communication can be used in many application scenarios, such as controlling hardware devices, data acquisition, data transmission, and so on. Because USB interfaces are faster than traditional serial ports and support features such as hot swapping and multi device connectivity, they have replaced traditional serial communication in many applications.
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