Buying new Hall sensors

Discussion in 'Electric Bicycles' started by Blaze, Jan 18, 2007.

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  1. Blaze

    Blaze Guest

    This is more or less the same info I posted the parts forum.

    If your brushless dc hub motor has a bad Hall sensor, you can order one from, p/n 480-1999-ND (Honeywell p/n SS41). About $2 per sensor, $5 handling, and $2 shipping via USPS. You can order online and they ship quickly.

    I have several on order. I will post back soon to document the replacement. It looks like I will be chipping the sensor out of it's little notch. Removal of the sensor will no doubt be in pieces. I might use superglue or something to install the new one, unless I have some epoxy lying around.

  2. Blaze

    Blaze Guest

    The Hall sensor I ordered worked great. I replaced the bad one and now everything is running like new again. You can find photos of the replacement under the topic "Brushless hub experiment: advanced Hall sensor timing" in this same Electric Avenue forum.
  3. Spooky Tooth

    Spooky Tooth Guest

    Hall Sensors in stock

    Hey Blaze. Don Grube came through. i just received express mail from China. Hall Sensors!! These electric engine kits are really great. Unfortunate about your motor spinning loose as a $10 whore. These replacement parts are only good for Spooky Tooth Cycles 36 volt and 48 volt hub motors.
  4. Blaze

    Blaze Guest

    Cool. Glad to hear you have hall sensors in stock now.

    I also see you are selling 2-stroke kits again. Congratulations on getting your product back out there! I will send people your way when they ask where they can get these bikes. We don't have anybody who sells them locally in Orange County, CA.