DIP switches (Dual In-Lne Package) are a manual electronic package that is composed of a series of tiny switches. DIP switches are normally found on motherboards, expansion cards, and auxiliary cards, and are used to hold configuration settings on computers and peripherals like circuit boards and modems.
SIP switches (Session Initiation Protocol) are a computer chip package that has a single row of connection pins. The body of a SIP switch is usually made of ceramic or plastic, with a lead count that typically ranges between 4 and 64.
Rotary Encoder DIP Switches
Rotary Encoder DIP Switches are devices that convert a Rotational movement of the shaft into a digital or analogue signal.