DIP Switches

DIP switches are small electronic devices used to control the flow of electrical current in various applications. They consist of a series of tiny switches mounted on a single chip, which can be turned on or off to configure the device’s settings. DIP switches are commonly used in computer hardware, industrial control systems, and consumer electronics to customize settings, select functions, and enable or disable features. They are available in different configurations such as 4-bit, 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit, and are often used in conjunction with other components like microcontrollers and integrated circuits.

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