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'Pin out for a Honeywell SS49E hall effect sensor'
2006\05\16@175945 by Matthew Miller

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Hi everyone,

I recently bought some SS49E hall sensors that are made by Honeywell. There
is just one problem: I can not find the pin out for this device. I've
downloaded every document that Honeywell has on the web about the SS49E, and
these documents tell many fine things, but no where is the pin out mentioned.

The SS49E is a three terminal device and it wouldn't take long to discover
the correct pin out, but being a poor hobbyist I don't want to destroy a
device needlessly.

Can anyone offer any help?

Thanks.

Matthew

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2006\05\16@181828 by Mark Rages

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On 5/16/06, Matthew Miller <spam_OUTnamiller2TakeThisOuTspamnaxs.net> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I recently bought some SS49E hall sensors that are made by Honeywell. There
> is just one problem: I can not find the pin out for this device. I've
> downloaded every document that Honeywell has on the web about the SS49E, and
> these documents tell many fine things, but no where is the pin out mentioned.
>
> The SS49E is a three terminal device and it wouldn't take long to discover
> the correct pin out, but being a poor hobbyist I don't want to destroy a
> device needlessly.
>
> Can anyone offer any help?

I'm sure you've seen this datasheet:
http://www.honeywell.com/sensing/prodinfo/solidstate/005850_1.pdf

Look on page 3, at the mechanical drawings.  In tiny print, by the
legs of the part, are the symbols "+", "-", and "O".  I'd say + and -
are power and O is output.

Regards,
Mark
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2006\05\16@182147 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 05:59 PM 5/16/2006 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>
>I recently bought some SS49E hall sensors that are made by Honeywell. There
>is just one problem: I can not find the pin out for this device. I've
>downloaded every document that Honeywell has on the web about the SS49E, and
>these documents tell many fine things, but no where is the pin out mentioned.
>
>The SS49E is a three terminal device and it wouldn't take long to discover
>the correct pin out, but being a poor hobbyist I don't want to destroy a
>device needlessly.
>
>Can anyone offer any help?

Sure.

It's marked on all the data sheets, just in fine print. Look at the
mechanical drawing and the symbols +, -, O by the leads. That's for the
supply voltage and O is for the Output.

>Best regards,

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