Developing USB Applications with Microchip

Microchip supplies a full portfolio of USB enabling products. Included are devices, hubs, transceivers, and power controllers.

Microchip offers a wide range of USB-capable microcontrollers (MCUs).

Which USB Software Library should I use?

If you are using 32-bit PIC® and SAM MCUs, use the USB software library found in the MPLAB® Harmony v3 software framework in MPLAB® Code Configurator.

If you are using 8-bit PIC16 and PIC18, or 16-bit PIC24 and dsPIC MCUs, use MPLAB Code Configurator with USB Framework Lite. USB Framework Lite is based on Microchip Libraries for Applications (MLA).

If you are using 8-bit AVR MCUs, use the Advanced Software Framework (ASF) with Atmel START.

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