For each USB Configuration in your device, select a few options having to do with powering your device, and whether the device can be woken up from a low-power state by USB commands.
For each USB Interface , set some information about the nature of the data (see next step) and which USB Endpoints this data will use.
Next: Step 5: Define Your Data -- Visual Data Designer >>
Quickly make CUSTOM, ready to compile and run USB HID class source code written for YOUR FAVORITE COMPILERS, MATCHED for both PC and PIC device at the same time, that sends data that YOU defined.
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