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SIP (Single In-line Package) integrated circuits are a type of electronic packaging similar to DIP ICs, but with a single row of pins instead of two. SIP ICs are typically used in applications where space is limited, as they take up less board space than DIP ICs.

SIP ICs can contain anywhere from a few to several hundred individual components, depending on their intended use. They are often used in consumer electronics, such as digital cameras, printers, and audio equipment, as well as in industrial and automotive applications.

Like DIP ICs, SIP ICs have largely been replaced by smaller and more efficient packaging types, such as surface-mount technology (SMT) components. However, they are still used in some applications where through-hole components are required for mechanical stability or where the extra space provided by the single row of pins is advantageous.