These motors have Halls (H1-H3) and a 3-phase AC tachometer for feedback. The AC tach signal must also be aligned correctly. I believe the tach is keyed to the Halls assembly so alignment should automatically be set when the Halls are, but here are the details of the tacho alignment just in case. The motor must be back driven and a scope used to view this relationship.
The TI-5071 and TI-5105 module will be used to test and run. Generic Incremental software will be used to read the commutation states (H1 - H3). If aligned correctly, this motor will run on the TI-3000 using the Generic Pulse 120 Deg selection.
TI-5071 feedback test cable:
Commutation testing and alignment video:
Standard alignment of the Halls and motor forward rotation: