Anyone know where I can get just the hall effect sensor For e-bike/scooter throttle?

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terramir
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Anyone know where I can get just the hall effect sensor For e-bike/scooter throttle?

Okies my sensor was being salvaged out of one handle for the other handle well that worked in theory but then the pins broke off. been looking online and I can't find a sensor that gives back 1 to 4 volts with a 5 volt input these sensors are all the same size the small sip packages, but here's my problem the only ones I can find are on eBay and will take weeks to get here and the numbers on the sensor dun give me crap in the search engines. Anyone know where I can get one quick :(
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Falcon punch it.

DigiKey and Mouser have, like, everything.

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Re: Falcon punch it.

yeah they do but not my part number so I dun have a clue what to get :( spent 1/2 hour lokking through digikey couldn't find the specs I'm looking for the standard 5V in 1 to 4 V out 3 pin sip package :(
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Re: Falcon punch it.

Searching DigiKey for "hall sensor" and applying the "linear" and "3-SIP" filters garners me what I think are several suitable sensors, the cheapest being this one:

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?name=620-1020-ND

I could be wrong, as I haven't had to replace any of the hall sensors in my throttles, but I believe this should prove to be a suitable replacement.

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