Hub Motor - Hall Effect Sensor - Can't Identify Sensor

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Dejon

Joined Apr 18, 2020
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Hello,

I have an Electric Motor (Hub Motor) that is off an electric scooter I own. The motor started to act strange and I started to diagnose the issue and found that one of the Hall Effect Sensors was stuck at 3.31V and would not change when I moved the magnets around it like the others.

The issue Is, I'm unable to find any markings on the sensor that could help identify the sensor, so I can replace it. I'm not skilled enough to know what I can buy and use instead of this and hope someone will know the answer.

Known information :
Red cable + - 5.15V
White Cable (signal) - 1.68V
Sensor operates @ 0.1v to 3.31V

I've included photos of the slot it fit into. I don't have a working caliper so these are -ish sizes.
 

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bwilliams60

Joined Nov 18, 2012
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Have you contacted the manufacturer to see if they would shate this information?
Can you take clearer pictures of the sensor itself?
Who manufactures the scooter? Model?
 

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Dejon

Joined Apr 18, 2020
22
Have you contacted the manufacturer to see if they would shate this information?
Can you take clearer pictures of the sensor itself?
Who manufactures the scooter? Model?
Yeah I have, no luck..They won't respond back with any info. There's no markings anywhere on the motor or the sensor. Scooter is a Hoover 1 Alpha. 500w motor supposedly. I can try to take a clearer photo but there is no markings
 
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