I bought an ortur rotary and the motor burnt. I replaced it but the cables are different. Please identify this so I can find a cross over for the rotary.
Its street name is a DuPont connector, even though they are not made by Dupont. The pitch is 0.1" (2.54 mm).
It looks like a socket housing designed to accept pin headers. Most of the major connector manufacturers make them, but they all have different names for them. The pitch is most likely 2.54mm though other pitches exist.
The eBay/Alibaba crowd call them "Dupont connectors", but don't expect that name to turn up anything at more professional suppliers.
My technique when shopping for said connectors is to go into the "wire to board connectors" section on the suppliers site, set parametrics on the pin pitch, pin count, row count etc and then look through the pictures to find the right one.
Finally remember just because something has the same connector, doesn't mean it has the same pinout.