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ROV thruster with DT700 motor 4.78 kg trust

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  • ROV thruster with DT700 motor 4.78 kg trust

    We developed high-efficient thruster with superior performance from an inexpensive but very popular DT700 brushless motor. Ideal DIY thruster for ROV MATE. It's more efficient and powerfull than Blue Robotics T200!

    Tested forward / reverce thrust at 12V
    0.8A - 0.5/0.5 kg (1.1/1.1 lbs)
    2A - 1.0/0.9 kg (2.2/1.98 lbs)
    3A - 1.35/1.2 kg (2.98/2.65 lbs)
    4A - 1.65/1.5 kg (3.64/3,31 lbs)
    5A - 1.9/1.7 kg (4.19/3.75 lbs)
    10A - 2.5/2.1 kg (5.51/4.63 lbs
    14A - 3/2.7 (6.61/5.95 lbs)
    19.5A - 4/3.8 (8.8/8.38 lbs)
    25.5A - 4.78/4.25 kg (10.5/9.37 lbs) more than Blue Robotics T200!

    Efficiency (G/W) Thrust (G/Watts) (lbs/Watts)
    at 1A: 52 g/w (1.83 oz/w) more than Blue Robotics T200!
    at 2A: 41 g/w (1.44 oz/w)
    at 3A: 37 g/w (1.3 oz/w)

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    Good looking stuff. I'm interested.

    Thanks for posting.

    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"