In Canada looking for a waterproof (hobby) motor to build a R.O.V.
I am planning a project to build an R.O.V (as a hobby - nothing
serious), and wish to find low-cost electric motors that can be used
Alternatively, I also would welcome any advice on how to waterproof a
standard electric motor for underwater use, to drive a propeller.
How powerful a motor would be needed?
I would prefer a supplier in Canada
Practically any matched set of motors will do, since you are operating via cable, your power source can be shore based.
Tim Smalley has built one, and may be someone you can contact for more info.
His home page
Sub committee can be a good resource
Another amature builder used bilge pumps
A student built ROV
And a few more links
Last edited by Umi_Ryuzuki; Feb 16, 2004 at 12:10 PM.
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