Help please Micro Maestro 6-Channel USB Servo Controller with Micro Metal Gearmotors

Hello! Help please, I have: Micro Maestro 6-Channel USB Servo Controller; Mosfet is like that; collector motor such.
How to make the motor work from a PWM servo controller?
The program put different modes and different pulses, but the motor does not rotate
Thank you.

It makes sense that your motor cannot be controlled with servo signals from the Maestro, because the Maestro generates hobby RC servo pulses, which are not the same as the PWM signals commonly used for motor control. You can learn more about the differences in this blog post that explores the details of the servo control signal.

If you only need to switch your motor on and off (i.e. between full speed and zero speed), you can change the Mode of one of the Maestro’s channels to Output, which will allow you to send a logic high (5V) or low (GND) to your MOSFET.

If you need speed control, you might consider using one of the 12-, 18-, or 24-channel Mini Maestros, since those feature a single channel that can be used for PWM. You can learn more about how that works inside the Using the Maestro Control Center section of the Maestro’s user’s guide, which you can find under the Resources tab of any Maestro product page. (Unfortunately, the 6-channel Micro Maestro does not have a PWM output.)