I purchased a pair of the Hobby Motor with Encoder - Metal Gear (DG01D-E). The pinout is described in datasheet on Core’s product page but there is no index or reference to the pin or the color coded cable. I could make a guess with the color code but would like to get correct information for sure.
The cable came with my purchased motors are fault, they were assembled in reverse order. I connected them following the information on Sparkfun product page and may damage the hall sensor. You’d better check if other motors have same faulty cable.
There aren’t any in stock at the moment I can check, but I haven’t heard of this issue before with these motors, so it may have been a defect in this case be sure to email us by replying to your order confirmation email if ordered from us. Also, please note that with Jumpers, it’s good practice to associate colour with various voltages (black - GND, red - VCC, etc) however, sometimes manufacturers from different places tend not to follow the same standards so it’s always best to check before applying power. Please let us know if there’s anything that we can help you with. Have a great day!
Please compare the cable I received with the one documented which I found later after connecting to circuit. Earlier I found only the color coded on Sparkfun page which I based on it to connect the motor.
? I’m so confused. The photo you have found which you are saying is the “correct wiring” and matches what you received, is clearly the opposite to what you received, while the photos on the Core Electronics and Sparkfun sites match exactly what you received.
Your photos say the information on the Sparkfun and Core Electronics sites are correct, but you keep saying its not.