T200 BlueROV2 Spare (with penetrator and short cable)
- 1 x T200 Thruster w/ Cable Penetrator
- 1 x Cable Penetrator Nut
- 1 x Cable Penetrator O-ring
- 1 x CCW Propeller (CW is already installed on the thruster)
|Full Throttle FWD/REV Thrust @ Nominal (16 V)||5.25 / 4.1 kg f||11.6 / 9.0 lb f|
|Full Throttle FWD/REV Thrust @ Maximum (20 V)||6.7 / 5.05 kg f||14.8 / 11.1 lb f|
|Minimum Thrust||0.02 kg f*||0.05 lb f*|
|Operating Voltage||7-20 volts|
|Full Throttle Current @ Nominal (16 V)||24 Amps|
|Full Throttle Current @ Maximum (20 V)||32 Amps|
|Full Throttle Power @ Nominal (16 V)||390 Watts|
|Full Throttle Power @ Maximum (20 V)||645 Watts|
|Length||113 mm||4.45 in|
|Diameter||100 mm||3.9 in|
|Weight in Air (with 1m cable)||0.76 lb||344 g|
|Weight in Water (with 1m cable)||0.34 lb||156 g|
|Propeller Diameter||76 mm||3.0 in|
|Mounting Hole Threads||M3 x 0.5|
|Mounting Hole Spacing||19 mm||0.75 in|
|Cable Length||0.71 m||28 in|
|Cable Diameter||6.3 mm||0.25 in|
*Values limited by ESC used to drive thruster.
Note that nominal operation at 12-16 V is recommended for the best balance of thrust and efficiency, though operation at up to 20 V is allowable. Exceeding 20 V is not within the rating and not recommended, please see here for more information.
For more detailed performance specifications, including thrust, RPM, power, and efficiency at various throttle levels and supply voltages from 10-20 V, please see the performance charts below.
Click on the legend to hide or show the data set for each voltage. All the raw data and notes on the testing procedure used to generate these charts can be downloaded here:
T200 Thruster Performance
Thrust at 10-20 V
Current Draw at 10-20 V
Efficiency at 10-20 V
Thrust and Power at 10-20 V
RPM at 10-20 V
08 November 2019
- Changed stator from being epoxy coated to fully potted
- Added cooling holes to propellers
15 September 2019
- Changed finish of polycarbonate components from glossy to matte
19 September 2014
- R1 – Initial Release
1. Connect motor wires to ESC and connect the ESC to power and a signal.
2. Send a signal and the thruster will start spinning. That’s it.
Always practice caution when you’re working with electricity in water and with the spinning blades of the propeller. Keep body parts away from the thruster inlet and outlet to avoid injury.
Do not operate the thruster for extended periods out of water. The bearings are lubricated by the water and vibration and noise will be greater when dry.
The thruster can handle saltwater and sandy environments pretty well, but it does not get along with seaweed. Avoid sucking seaweed into the thruster to avoid damage.