This is a Meade 39s declination motor for the LX100 telescope. The cord is not included. It uses the same one used by the LX200.
By the way, this is the SAME motor used by the LX200, encoders and all. It's just housed in a casing to drive a tangent arm system, and the shaft exits the gearbox on a different side. I have tested and driven this motor using an LX200. In fact, I'm selling it because I replaced my tangent arm fork with the right fork from an LX200. So it might make a good spare LX200 motor for those that are mechanically inclined.
Email me and I'll send you the link to my website that contains more info and a picture of the internals. (apparently you can't put a website link in these ads)
Asking $60 obo, which includes delivery to your door (in the US).