Logo licensees are eligible to use the USB logo in conjunction with products that
pass USB-IF compliance testing. In addition, you must also purchase a vendor ID
if one has not been previously assigned to your company. The licensing fee is US
How to get the USB Vendor and Product ID with Windows Device Manager: ·
Make a right click onto 'This PC' and select 'Manage'. · In the 'Computer
Management' select 'Device Manager'. · Expand 'Universal Serial Bus controllers'
and make a ...
The home of the usb.ids file. This is a public repository of all known ID's used in
USB devices: ID's of vendors, devices, subsystems and device classes. It is used
in various programs (e.g., The USB Utilities) to display full human-readable ...
For Windows 7 users · Go to the "Start" Menu 1. · Select "Devices and Printers" 2.
· Double-click your USB Scale 3. · Select the "Hardware" Tab · Select "Properties"
· Select the "Details" Tab · From the "Device description" Menu select "Hardware
Nov 19, 2013 ...USB vendor IDs (VID) and product IDs (PID) are 16-bit numbers used to identify
USB devices to a computer or other host. Each vendor ID is assigned by the USB
Implementers Forum to a specific company, which in turn assign ...
All USB devices have a Vendor ID (VID) and Product ID (PID) which are used to
distinguish it from other USB devices. Many USB devices (especially Wi-Fi and
LTE dongles) are often revised or have regional variants while retaining the
Assuming your device is connected to the computer. In Windows go to "Device
manager", find your device, right click on it, select "Properties", go to "Details" tab,
select "Hardware IDs" from the drop-down, and you will find an entry of a form:
The USB ID Repository. The home of the usb.ids file. This is a public repository of
all known ID's used in USB devices: ID's of vendors, devices, subsystems and
device classes. It is used in various programs (e.g., The USB Utilities) to display