Hub Motor - Identifying Hall Effect Sensor

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Dejon

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Hello, I have a Hub Motor that had a failed Hall Effect Sensor failed. I'm looking for a replacement but I'm not sure if this is the correct one.

https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/central-semiconductor-corp/2N5551%20TIN/LEAD/1514-2N5551TIN/LEAD-ND/4806921?utm_adgroup=Transistors - Bipolar (BJT) - Single&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Shopping_Discrete Semiconductor Products_NEW&utm_term=&utm_content=Transistors - Bipolar (BJT) - Single&gclid=Cj0KCQjwyur0BRDcARIsAEt86ICfaWqaxld54R_VTRJ7cYWHiAAejVI9spHsAsSg93DNbQuIGotxRdIaAtkKEALw_wcB

I'm not sure what BF 011 is but that's the only thing missing with that item. If you know a better replacement that can be used I'd be happy to hear it too.
 

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MaxHeadRoom

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That is a 2n5551 gen purpose bipolar transistor. As per the Digikey device.
Replacements 2N5551K, NTE194, BC637, BC639, BC487, 2N5833, 2N5551G
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Dejon

Joined Apr 18, 2020
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That is a 2n5551 gen purpose bipolar transistor. As per the Digikey device.
Replacements 2N5551K, NTE194, BC637, BC639, BC487, 2N5833, 2N5551G
Max.
Hey Max, thanks. Yeah, I didn't realize that it wasn't the hall effect sensor. I found the Hall Effect Sensor but I'm not seeing any writing on them.
 

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