HID may refer to:

  • HID Global, American-based manufacturer of access control products
  • HID, National Rail code for Hall i' th' Wood railway station, England
  • High-intensity discharge lamp, a type of electrical light
  • Human Implantible Device, RFID or other implantible device such as a pacemaker, etc.
  • Human interface device, a computer device that interacts with humans
  • Croatian Interdisciplinary Society (in Croatian, Hrvatsko interdisciplinarno dru┼ítvo), a non-governmental organization

Other articles related to "hid":

HID Manager
... HID Manager is the standard USB HID API on Mac OS X ... It is very close to the USB HID API and therefore also relatively close to the Microsoft Windows Windows Driver Kit (WDK) USB HID API ... HID Class Device Interface Guide Introduction to Working With HID Class Device Interfaces ...
Dominica Grammar School Symbols
... he made was perfect nor could it be otherwised hid from his deep fondation The manson he made was perfect nor could it be otherwised hid from his deep ...
Bluetooth Profile - List of Profiles - Human Interface Device Profile (HID)
... PlayStation 3 controllers and Wii Remotes also use Bluetooth HID ... Bluetooth HID is a lightweight wrapper of the Human Interface Device protocol defined for USB ... The use of the HID protocol simplifies host implementation (ex support by Operating Systems) by enabling the re-use of some of the existing support for USB HID to also support Bluetooth HID ...
Source Four - HID
... ETC also manufactures an HID (high-intensity discharge) Source Four with a metal-halide lamp ... provides the added power required to strike and operate an HID lamp ... HID lamps are not dimmable ...

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