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Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motors $3

Postby Lyen » Thu Aug 05, 2010 6:52 am

This is the genuine Honeywell SS41 hall sensor widely used on most hub motors. It is compatible with the 9C, BMC, Crystalyte, Goldenmotor, MAC, Puma, and others. It can also be used for RC in-runner motor and out-runner motor modification.

It is the bipolar and latched type $3 shipped (USA/Canada) International buyers please contact me via private message or email to LYEN@HOTMAIL.COM
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Here is the demonstration on how a "latched" hall sensor works using the ebike motor/controller hall/phase/throttle tester. When it senses magnetic, it will trigger on and stays on (latched) until it senses the magnetic from the opposite direction.


This video demonstrates how the hall sensor works inside the the hub motor using the ebike motor/controller hall/phase/throttle tester:


I only have 85 pieces available at the moment. They are first come first serve. Be aware that there are people selling counterfeit ones on eBay. :)

Click here to purchase > Honeywell SS41 Hall Sensor For Motors (bipolar, latched type)

For international buyers (if you are outside US & Canada), please click here to purchase.


Quantity updated as of 1/8/2014: 84 left (Buyer bought 3 from Espoo, Uusimaa, Finland )
Quantity updated as of 1/26/2014: 78 left (Buyer bought 6 from Petah, Tikva, Israel )
Quantity updated as of 3/2/2014: 68 left (Buyer bought 10 from Bangkok, International, Thailand )
Quantity updated as of 3/10/2014: 58 left (Buyer bought 10 from Vientiane, Vientiane, Laos)
Quantity updated as of 3/13/2014: 55 left (Buyer bought 3 from Worms, Germany )
Quantity updated as of 3/13/2014: 54 left (Buyer bought 1 from Balmai, New South Wales, Australia )
Quantity updated as of 3/14/2014: 51 left (Buyer bought 3 from Santa Rosa, CA, United States )
Quantity updated as of 3/18/2014: 45 left (Buyer bought 6 from LA Katwijk, ZH, Netherlands )
Quantity updated as of 3/24/2014: 42 left (Buyer bought 3 from Kfar Yona, Israel )
Quantity updated as of 3/28/2014: 36 left (Buyer bought 6 from Nesher, Israel )
Quantity updated as of 4/1/2014: 33 left (Buyer bought 3 from Kfar, Yona , Israel )
Quantity updated as of 4/2/2014: 30 left (Buyer bought 3 from Alphington, Victoria, Australia )
Quantity updated as of 4/13/2014: 24 left (Buyer bought 6 from Vila Nova de Gaia, Oliveira do Douro, Portugal )
Quantity updated as of 4/18/2014: 11 left (Buyer bought 3 from Garden Grove, CA, United States )
Quantity updated as of 4/29/2014: 8 left (Buyer bought 3 from Tjørvåg, Norway )


Here's more accessories:

$15 throttle (full/half/thumb) with mated left rubber grip (very good quality) (ebikekit retails @ $36)
$19 cruise control (manually installation required)
$15 three way speed switch (manually installation required)
$15 PAS - Pedal Assist System add-on (manually installation required)
$15 electric brake levers a pair
$29 motor/controller hall/phase/throttle tester
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Jeremy Harris » Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:13 am

Lyen,

I don't mean to be critical, but these are readily available from just about any component supplier for a fair bit less than $3 each. Even Digikey (not usually the cheapest supplier) has them in stock in the US for $1.82 (see here: http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea ... 80-1999-ND) and I can get them locally (UK) cheaper than that (my local supplier has them in stock for £0.67 each, a bit less then $1 each). Digikey components will be genuine Honeywell parts, too, as will those from my local supplier.

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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Lyen » Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:22 am

Dear Jeremy,

Thanks for sharing your opinion. There are restrictions, rules, and catches when purchase things from component suppliers. Those are minimum purchase quantity, minimum order price, minimum shipping and handling fee, and also tax to pay. As you can see, not many people wanted to be forced to pay $25-50 just for a piece or two. This is where I come in to help and provide a way to purchase at the least overall or "out the door" cost to the buyers if they just wanted a piece or two. :)

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Jeremy Harris wrote:Lyen,

I don't mean to be critical, but these are readily available from just about any component supplier for a fair bit less than $3 each. Even Digikey (not usually the cheapest supplier) has them in stock in the US for $1.82 (see here: http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea ... 80-1999-ND) and I can get them locally (UK) cheaper than that (my local supplier has them in stock for £0.67 each, a bit less then $1 each). Digikey components will be genuine Honeywell parts, too, as will those from my local supplier.

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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby friedwires » Wed Aug 11, 2010 2:55 pm

thanks for the fast ship lyen
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby fabiograssi » Sat Oct 02, 2010 5:40 pm

Dear Lyen, did you receive my pm? I need a fews of these halls!
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Doctorbass » Sat Oct 02, 2010 5:57 pm

I got mine from Lyen...

They work perfect as i expected.. they work perfect for the X5 motor

Thanks Lyen! One more motor repaired!

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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Lyen » Sat Oct 02, 2010 9:57 pm

Hello Fabiograssi,

Sorry for the delayed response due to I have to spend two weeks in the courthouse as a juror for the jury duty/service in the US to serve the government. I have just sent you a PM. Thanks! :)

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fabiograssi wrote:Dear Lyen, did you receive my pm? I need a fews of these halls!
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby avantgarden » Wed Mar 28, 2012 11:34 pm

Jeremy Harris wrote:Lyen,

I don't mean to be critical, but these are readily available from just about any component supplier for a fair bit less than $3 each. Even Digikey (not usually the cheapest supplier) has them in stock in the US for $1.82 (see here: http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSea ... 80-1999-ND) and I can get them locally (UK) cheaper than that (my local supplier has them in stock for £0.67 each, a bit less then $1 each). Digikey components will be genuine Honeywell parts, too, as will those from my local supplier.

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For me buying the sensors from Lyen was the cheapest option on the planet.
I know I'm buying stuff from a trusted source and he charged me 0$ on international tracked shipment.
Let's not forget that the man has a family to feed and if he charges a few cents more for all the advantages mentioned above it's a win win deal.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby 999zip999 » Mon Apr 09, 2012 10:58 pm

Like to know how the tester was hook up ?
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Kin » Tue Apr 10, 2012 12:07 am

Nice demos there (thanks, i liked to see them).
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby binlagin » Tue Apr 10, 2012 12:43 pm

These work perfect on the Cromotor/Hubzilla!
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby NeilP » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:02 pm

Just bought 6. I would say the price is fair. if I buy from mouser UK I then get stung for a £12 delivery fee, plus the cost of the parts
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby dnmun » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:24 pm

i charge $.65 each, i thought that was fair, $3 is not fair. jmho.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby bigmoose » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:48 pm

dnmun wrote:i charge $.65 each, i thought that was fair, $3 is not fair. jmho.


Please share your source at $0.65 and I might buy 1000 for shelf stock! :mrgreen:

I can't find the SS41 anymore from first teir vendors, and the SS411 is running near $2 in 1,000 part lots!

Are you sure yours are "real?"

EDIT: Check my recant two posts later. I blew this search and the data is wrong! :oops:
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby dnmun » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:51 pm

yep i bot a bag of 50 about 2 years ago from mouser for 65 cents each. sold all but 3.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby bigmoose » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:57 pm

dnmun wrote:yep i bot a bag of 50 about 2 years ago from mouser for 65 cents each. sold all but 3.


Your right! I looked again, and when I typed in SS41 in my findchips search field, it filled in SS411A which I searched last!

SS41's are still available at 0.53/1000 at online components; and don't know why my last search bombed so bad, but SS411's are showing around $1/1000.

Thanks for making me look again!

BTW, I should add that I don't think Lyen's price is excessive. When I get an order in, I typically spend an afternoon rebagging it, storing it, and entering it into the stock database and the COG database. All that work needs to be covered in a business.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby dnmun » Thu Jun 14, 2012 5:02 pm

1,000 is way too much for me, i never thought i would sell these 50. i had already sold a bag of 30 before this bag of 50 so i thought maybe i would be stuck with some unsold, but now i am down to seeds and stems.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Kin » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:39 pm

I'll point out that Lyen probably ships with a postage stamp, and that might actually arrive sooner than digikey. And, though costs might be more like $0.65, you need to add the fact it's being shipped (another $0.65). Given that it takes him time, it makes perfect sense to me for him to charge another few dollars. But, I would say, in my opinion, it would be nice to drop the price rapidly after one or two. Anyway, this is always just an option in addition to other places.

It's like sparkfun. I still sometimes buy from them, even though half their pages also list the digikey code "where you can get them for cheaper." I buy from sparkfun because it's easy for small amounts. I buy from digikey when I'm buying a lot for work. Or when I can't afford sparkfun.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby scriewy » Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:32 am

everyBODY freez !

don't buy the ss41 they're 85c degrees rated, buy only 150c, my simple motor can hit 100c eazy peazy, so get only the good stuff, unless it's personally for you.

you could'v gotten more dnmun, i bought 6 from you, and now gona buy 18, after i decide what model, moose cleared some info for me, it'l help me choose. if i'd have a budget i'd buy few hundred for forum members :)
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby NeilP » Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:08 am

Surely if Dr.Bass has been using the 85deg C ones then they must be OK..if he can't cook them no one else apart from Luke is going to
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby bigmoose » Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:27 am

I have attached the data sheet. See Table 2 page 2

SS41 are rated to 150 deg C operating
SS41D are only rated to 85 deg C operating and would not be a good choice.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby dnmun » Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:02 am

none of the hall sensors i have ever seen inside a chinese hub motor were honyewell ICs. they are all chinese knockoffs of the honeywell labeled in such a way that they do not violate the copyright/trademark of the real honeywell part.

so all those motors are using the unreal parts. the hall sensor i sold at my cost were the real deal. i just commented that i thought the $3 resale price was a lot and not fair if it is a $2.50 markup, but he is in business to make money. i am not in business and i know this is not the way to make money. for me this stuff is just an amusement during the day while i'm working.
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Lyen » Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:46 am

I have to clarify it is indeed the SS41 version that can sustains up to 150 degree Celsius or 302 degree Fahrenheit. :D

Below is the detail specification:
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Re: Hall Sensor SS41 Honeywell (Genuine) For Brushless Motor

Postby Cicada » Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:05 pm

Hello folks,
I think my cromotor/hubzilla hall sensors need to replaced as well,
with Kiwi we get to the conclusion (after some crossed test swapping gear and setups)
that those little things are the only thing we haven't changed,

we are sure we found the right combo, motor is very pulsy anyway
(a hall in the wrong phase? a faulty one? I had no problems on same setup with my old 9C 2808 hub).

I know the original part is Honeywells41 but the closest think I can source in New Zealand is this below:

http://newzealand.rs-online.com/web/p/h ... s/1811479/
Is that all right? specifics looks really similar to me.

If the one above is not the right one,
could you please suggest some shortcut to get those little bastards in New Zealand in few days ?
The good season here will not last long, carpe diem.

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