I have a XMT-2325 in my hand, but it is different. Typical !
L1 & L2. Power in via external double pole power switch, with a fuse in series with the active side.
Gang looks like a ground for the noise filter I don't have.
If it is already connected to ground, then it should be OK.
If not, then check carefully.
A+, A- go to to the armature - via commutator brushes. Permanent magnet motor I believe. First and second poles of switch are cross coupled.
A+ and A- go to switch, criss-cross wires, armature to other 2 free switch connections.
The forward reverse switch is a four pole two position switch, with a center ALL off position.
First 2 poles used as above.
Third pole (common) connects to K0
K1 connects to NO parts of switch. When forward or reverse selected, K1 and K0 bridged, to enable output drive.
Speed pot connected across P1 and P3. Arm of pot to P2.
P3, P4 and P5 connected to the fourth switch.
P4 is common. P3 or P5 connect to P4 for forward or reverse.
As for the K3 and K4, I have no idea. Not on mine, but I suspect it could be jog mode, or a tacho input. Where do the wires go?
R33 is IR compensation. If set too high motor running speed will be unstable as load increases. When set correctly, speed regulation should be almost perfect.
R29 is for setting the current limit. Above a certain load, it will run constant current.
R3 is to set either the minimum or maximum speed. Probably minimum so that at the slow end of the speed pot, something is still happening.
All live circuitry. Careful nothing earths out, like the pot wiring or ANYTHING.
T1 is the gate drive burst pulses.
IC's on bottom are LM324 and LM358.
Thanks for the device numbers. Mine were ground off to stop the Chinese being coped by their neighbors. Rocket science at it best!.
Quite a nice drive, but needs a clean (normal) mains supply.
What I mean, here, is if running from a generator, you must filter the supply, and put at least a 10uF cap across the mains to prevent it self destructing. Spare flywheel energy needs somewhere to go, and many generators will not absorb reflected power. I acquired 2 blown up units while doing a repair for a mobile hose/hydraulic van, running from generator.
This is from my traced out pencil wiring, from his lathe. I new that piece of paper should be kept (for 5 years) ... memories...
Ask for anything I have missed.