With my Windows 10 computer, I have the option to set up a PIN with Windows Hello (I believe it's with that program). My normal Outlook password is 15+ characters mixed with upper case and lower case and numbers and symbols, but my PIN is only a few digits. Let's say I had an eight digit password, that's only 10⁸ possibilities. With something like the Hak5 Rubber Ducky, I figure that's probably trivial to crack, especially with some light social engineering/research.
I haven't personally tried inputting a bunch of wrong PINS, but I'm wondering if someone has an official source/literature explaining the security process.