Motors

M100 Brushless Motor

The M100 is a rugged brushless motor for use in the ocean and in extreme environments. It has the same internal components as the T100 Thruster.

The M100 Brushless Motor is a simple motor version of the T100 Thruster. It uses the same internal components but doesn’t have the plastic nozzle or other components.

Applications
  • Waterproof brushless camera gimbals
  • Underwater actuators
  • Build your own thruster
  • Small ROVs that don’t need full size thrusters

The M100 is also used as the vertical thruster on the OpenROV Compatible Kit.

Features
  • Efficient brushless electric motor
  • Standard mounting holes spaced 19mm and 16mm apart
  • Rugged design for use in extreme environments
  • Operates under extreme pressure and depth
  • High-performance plastic bearings that don’t corrode
  • Solder pads to connect and seal wires

M200 Brushless Motor

The M200 is a rugged brushless motor for use in the ocean and in extreme environments. It has the same internal components as the T200 Thruster.

The M200 Brushless Motor is a simple motor version of the T200 Thruster.It uses the same internal components but doesn’t have the plastic nozzle or other components.

Applications
  • Waterproof brushless camera gimbals
  • Underwater actuators
  • Build your own thruster
  • Small ROVs that don’t need full size thrusters
Features
  • Efficient brushless electric motor
  • Standard mounting holes spaced 19mm and 16mm apart
  • Rugged design for use in extreme environments
  • Operates under extreme pressure and depth
  • High-performance plastic bearings that don’t corrode
  • Solder pads to connect and seal wires

M100 Propeller

This 3D printed propeller is designed for the M100 motor and provides 3.2 lb of thrust! Counter-rotating directions available.

The propeller has a 68mm diameter and generates about 3.2 lb of forward thrust and 2.6 lb of reverse thrust. There are clockwise and counter-clockwise rotating versions. Thanks to the magic of 3D printing, we can build these in small batches without the need for expensive injection molded tooling. We are selling the propellers here for your convenience, but many of you have your own 3D printers and can print the propellers yourself.