Switch ICs (integrated circuits) are electronic devices that are used to switch between two or more signals, such as voltage, power, or data. They are used in a variety of applications, from basic logic circuits to complex logic operations, to perform functions such as multiplexing, routing, and digital transmission. Some switch ICs also incorporate features such as current limiting and pre-set thresholds for signal control. These integrated circuits are available in a variety of sizes and form factors to meet any space and weight requirements. With faster switching times and lower power consumption, these ICs are becoming increasingly popular in the design of high-performance electronics applications.