We developed high-efficient thruster (http://rovthruster.com) 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)
DT700 thruster test (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ4Hz6cmL_4)
I'm struggling to find your tutorial describing how your thruster can be connected to an Arduino.
They all connected the same way: