Currently trying to fix my old coffee grinder. The PCB is pretty useless so i have to build new controller myself. However, my googling has come to a halt as i first need to identify what motor i have. There little to no documentation on the product so i figured id ask some experts..
Please see the attached picture
The sticker attached to the motor has some details, but what motor type these are properties of i have no clue..
If you have any idea of what type this might be, please do tell me how you were able to tell!
Edit: Per comment, here are some more picture hopefully showing required details:
More information from comments:
Problem with old pcb is that it was programmed to trigger a small relay at a fixed interval. Essentially switching the motor on and off about once every second. I need it to run continuously.. Please see my updated post with new pictures. I imaging i could bypass the relay entirely, but what points to connect where i'm not too sure of.
The grinder is of the "automatic type", meaning that its programmed to cycle on after x amounts of portions have been dispersed. This was a primitive and effective system with switches attached to the dispersing system. All of this has been removed, but the programming remains. As i can no longer "toggle" the switch i simply want the grinder to turn on when the power switch is flicked. Simple as that. Would i be able to jump what i assume is a relay? As noted, the one second interval is way too short for what these are rated for(i presume). Could this be signs of a faulty capacitor?