I've got the following DC motor that I'm trying to run with a little PWM generator that I purchased, but what I've tried hasn't worked, and I can't find any useful documentation for the motor:
DC 310 V 0.65 A
There is a little cover on the motor that I looked under, and the following image depicts what is inside:
The motor is out of a Mila air purifier manufactured in 2020.
It has five wires: red, black, white, yellow, and blue. I'm fairly certain that the red and black ones are for powering the motor (310 V), and the other three are related to controlling its speed. Based on my findings regarding other DC motors, I thought that maybe blue = PWM, yellow = tach, and white = ground, but it doesn't seem to work when I hook it up.
I connected the blue wire to my PWM generator output (and white as ground), and I've tried 3.7 V and 10 V as my V+/V-, both at 0 through 100 kHz, but nothing moves the motor. Before I try moving the wires around (maybe yellow is PWM?), I wanted to see if anyone knowledable could help shine some light on the subject. Note that the red and black wires were connected to a 170 V supply (this is the DC voltage the air purifier was running to the motor before I pulled it), and yellow connected to nothing.
I found some PDFs from the manufacturer for similar-looking fans, such as the following:
And they reference the following connections:
PWM TC VC CC CS
But they don't say what those mean or what color they're supposed to be.
I'm at a loss. Any help or direction would be really appreciated.