I believe it is a permanent magnet DC motor with power supplied through the two tags at end opposite to the spindle. It has a tacho-generator or similar at the other end with four connections for speed control feedback.It appears to be a AC capstan motor, it most likely is a synchronous motor if used for a capstan.
The two tags on the bottom are for power, the four with wires on are the speed feedback - the motor will work with no connection to those terminals. I don't know what voltage or current the motor needs but it will reverse ifyou reverse the power connections.Thanks, but i need a circuit to drive it , where is the power pins of this motor ??
The video you showed is using a windshield wiper motor which is:Thanks, but i need a circuit to drive it , where is the power pins of this motor ??
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