T200 (with 0.55 m cable)


These T200s are in perfect shape except we accidentally built them with cables that are a tad shorter than normal (0.55 m (+/- 2cm) total cable length). Due to our mistake, we are making them cheaper for you! If you are looking for the normal ROV spares, you can find them here.

In stock

HS Code: 8501.31.4000

Product Description

This T200 comes with a slightly shorter cable (.55 m (+/- 2cm) total cable length).

If you’re looking for the normal T200 Thruster, you can find it here. Also, remember that this thruster needs an electronics speed controller (ESC), like the Basic ESC, to operate.


  • 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)


Maximum Forward Thrust @ 16V5.1 kg f11.2 lb f
Maximum Reverse Thrust @ 16V4.1 kg f9.0 lb f
Maximum Forward Thrust @ 12V3.55 kg f7.8 lb f
Maximum Reverse Thrust @ 12V3.0 kg f6.6 lb f
Minimum Thrust0.01 kg f0.02 lb f
Rotational Speed300-3800 rev/min
Operating Voltage6-20 volts
Max Current25 Amps
Max Power350 Watts
Phase Resistance0.18 +/- 0.01 Ohms
Phase Inductance (@ 1 kHz)0.077 +/- 0.008 mH
Length113 mm4.45 in
Diameter100 mm3.9 in
Weight in Air (with 1m cable)0.76 lb344 g
Weight in Water (with 1m cable)0.34 lb156 g
Propeller Diameter76 mm3.0 in
Mounting Hole ThreadsM3 x 0.5
Mounting Hole Spacing19 mm0.75 in
Cable Length (Thruster to penetrator)0.5 m20 in
Cable Diameter6.3 mm0.25 in
Depth Rating*100 m330 ft

*Depth rating based on current penetrator design and use of WetLink Thixotropic 80A Potting Compound.

Performance Charts

2D Drawings

T200 2D Drawing

3D Models


Revision History

20 June 2016

  • R1 – Initial Release

Quick Start

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.

T200 Quickstart

Important Notes

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.


T200 Thruster Usage

Learn about different installation techniques, maintenance and troubleshooting for the T200 Thruster!

Thruster Disassembly/Re-Assembly

Learn how to take apart your thruster for cleaning, inspection or just to see how it works!

Changing a Propeller

Learn how to quickly change a propeller on a T100 or T200!

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