A pre-wired DPDT reverse switch part number SWDPDT10A is included with this motor.
Drawing of this motor is available HERE.
This motor is fitted with a coupling so all the user has to do is to drill a straight pin hole, slightly larger than 0.25" (6.35mm), across either a shaft, a bar, or a pipe. A 0.25" diameter, quick-release pin is designed to easily secure the shaft/bar/tube. The coupling is designed to fit either a 1" OD structural tube, 1" diameter shaft, 7/8" hexagonal bar, 25mm OD shaft or pipe.
Due to its low speed and 12vdc features, this motor is ideal for a mobile rotisserie application. Other applications include display turntable, conveyor system, sign display, motorized fishing reel, and more.
For the rotisserie application, be sure to set up bearings specifically to hold up the weight of the meat so the motor is only to rotate the meat with minimum axial and radial loads. Also, flexible couplings are highly recommended for a direct-drive set up. Due to the nature of a BBQ rotisserie's high temperature environment, make sure the motor is placed far enough from the heat to prevent failures of the motor's mechanical or electrical components. A fire wall should be considered to protect the motor. This motor was tested with a 50kg (110lb) of weight with its 5rpm speed at ease. The 50kg (110lb) weight is to simulate a 50kg (110lb) hog/pig that is traditionally roasted with an outdoor BBQ rotisserie set up. Thanks to its 12vdc motor, it is possible to run this motor with a 12v battery.