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The "stylus" to give it's correct name, is always connected to the cartridge it fits in. That should have a make and number on it. If you put that into Google search, it should come up with the correct stylus. General they just slot in and out of the cartridge.
I don't have the specs available however, many turntables utilize the actual wall outlet voltage to operate the turn table itself. if you have one in front of you, you can measure the voltage directly. It should be AC as the frequency of the input voltage is what sets the base rate of the motor that operates the turn table and is then typically altered by the transmission.
Compact disc and DVD players use a laser pickup and the older analogue systems such as records used direct contact such as tape heads and phono cartridges/stylus which were essentially the pickup units for these items.The pickup unit for a CD player is simply the laser assembly that reads the digital information from the dics..I hope this was helpful.....Peace....