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Electronics => Repair => Topic started by: Miti on September 11, 2019, 01:42:09 am

Title: Part identification - Hall sensor from Canon Elura 80
Post by: Miti on September 11, 2019, 01:42:09 am
Hi,

I need your help to identify a part that I damaged while repairing the LCD of a Canon Elura 80. It is a super tiny Hall sensor that detects the rotation of the LCD so the camera flips the image. There's a magnet in the fixed part and this sensor in the mobile part. The size is about 2x1.65mm with 5 pins.
Marking is:

10
430

Thanks!

Edit: I forgot to mention it has 5 pins, I edited above.
Edit2: It looks pretty much like a Panasonic AN48836 or AN48841 but I measure some resistance between pins 1 and 2 so I think both pins are connected in my case, unlike the two aforementioned devices.
Title: Re: Part identification - Hall sensor from Canon Elura 80
Post by: fzabkar on September 11, 2019, 05:43:08 am
Assuming that the part marking example in the AN488xx datasheet shows an AN48841, then the first line would suggest an AN48810. The second line would be a YWW (Year/Week) date code, possibly week 30 of 2014. Does that tally with the other date codes?

Hall sensor IC - AN488xx series and others:
https://b2bsol.panasonic.biz/semi-spt/apl/cn/news/contents/2013/embeddedworld/flyer/Hall_IC_EW13.pdf (https://b2bsol.panasonic.biz/semi-spt/apl/cn/news/contents/2013/embeddedworld/flyer/Hall_IC_EW13.pdf)

Could this be it?
https://industrial.panasonic.com/content/data/SC/ds/ds4/AN48810B_E_discon.pdf
Title: Re: Part identification - Hall sensor from Canon Elura 80
Post by: Miti on September 11, 2019, 10:44:09 am
That must be exactly it.
Thanks a lot sir!

The good part, it is still available at Digikey.