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          $2,989.00$4,939.00

          The BlueROV2 is the world’s most affordable high-performance ROV. With a 6-thruster vectored configuration, open-source electronics and software, and plenty of expandability, it’s the perfect ROV for inspections, research, and adventuring. What will you see?

          Configure your BlueROV2 kit:

          SKU: BLUEROV2-R1-RP
          HS Code: 9503.00.00

          Product Description

          The BlueROV2 is the world’s most affordable high-performance underwater ROV. With six- and eight-thruster configurations, a number of available accessories, and open source software, it has an unprecedented level of performance, flexibility, and expandability. With several thousand units out in the field, the BlueROV2 is one of the most popular underwater drones on the market!

          The BlueROV2 comes partially assembled and requires 6-12 hours of user assembly to complete. During the assembly process, you learn how all of the components of the system work and fit together and it leaves you with the knowledge needed to make upgrades and improvements in the future!

          Live HD Camera and Lighting

          At the front of the ROV is a high definition (1080p, 30fps) wide-angle low-light camera optimized for use on the ROV. It’s mounted to a tilt mechanism so that the pilot can control the camera tilt to look up or down, even when the ROV is level.

          The ROV can be configured with two or four dimmable Lumen Lights, providing up to 6,000 lumens to illuminate the ocean depths.

          Photo credit: Jeff Milisen

          Vectored Thruster Configuration and the Heavy Configuration

          The ROV uses the patented T200 Thrusters in a vectored configuration, providing a high thrust-to-weight ratio and the ability to move precisely in any direction. The ROV comes with six thrusters but is expandable to eight thrusters with the Heavy Configuration Retrofit Kit, providing full six-degree-of-freedom control and feedback stability.

          Adjustable gain levels allow the pilot to have precision control at extremely low speeds as well as high power to overcome currents and carry heavy loads.

          Depth Rating

          The BlueROV2 is rated to a depth of 100 meters (330 ft). That rating is limited by a number of factors, including the crush depth of the 4” acrylic watertight enclosure tube, with some safety factor.

          Modular Frame Design and Expandability

          Designed like a work class or research class ROV, the BlueROV2 has an open frame that carries the electronics and battery enclosures, thrusters, buoyancy foam, and ballast weights. This simple design is robust and expandable, making it easy to attach accessories such as an ROV gripper or scanning sonar. We have a payload skid available that extends the frame further and allows you to attach much larger payloads. We’ve seen people use this for scientific instruments, pressure washer attachments, additional battery enclosures, and more.

          The BlueROV2 is designed to be expanded and modified and many of our users have made more dramatic modifications to suit their particular applications. Replacing the standard frame with a custom frame, you can create just about any underwater robot you can imagine!

          Photo credit: Abyss Solutions

          Open Source Control Software and User Interface Software

          The BlueROV2 is controlled by a drone flight controller running the open-source subsea vehicle control firmware. As part of the project, it brings to the ROV a vast number of features, capabilities, and an extensive user community.

          At the surface, the pilot controls the ROV through a laptop computer and gamepad controller. The open-source QGroundControl application acts as the user interface, providing the live video stream, sensor feedback and information, and the ability to change settings and configuration.

          Getting Started with the BlueROV2

          The BlueROV2 is designed for both entry-level and advanced ROV users. It comes with everything you need to get in the water except for a few components:

          • Laptop – We recommend a medium to high-end model with Windows 10, Mac, or Linux operating systems. There are also some compatible tablets including the Windows Surface tablets. iOS and Android are not officially supported at this time.
          • Gamepad Controller – We recommend the Xbox One controller or the Logitech F310 or F710 controllers.
          • Battery – We recommend our 14.8v, 18Ah lithium-ion battery for the best battery life, but we can’t ship it to all locations! There are a number of other compatible batteries that can be used as well. We’d recommend getting a few for extended operation.
          • Battery Charger – We have a recommended charger as well, but any lithium-ion battery charger that can handle your battery will work!
          BlueROV2 with integrated Ping360.

          Available Options, Add-ons, and Accessories

          First of all, there are a few configurable options that you’ll have to choose:

          • The Fathom Tether length can be selected from 25 meters all the way up to 300 meters. The length you go depends on how deep and how far you want to go. For lengths over 100 meters, we’d recommend the Fathom Spool to make it easier to manage.
          • The lights are available in 2-light and 4-light configurations. If you plan to do a lot of work in poor lighting conditions or at night, you might want the 4-light configuration.

          Once you’ve got a solid grip on the basics, there are countless ways to expand your BlueROV2! We have a few core accessories:

          If you’re looking to customize your ROV even further and add additional sensors, we recommend the following resources:

        1. has the documentation and developer guide for ArduSub, the software that controls the ROV.
        2. The BlueROV2 section of our forums have many users who have made significant modifications and can provide guidance and ideas.
        3. Our BlueROV2 Payload Skid product provides additional room on the ROV.
        4. Many of our Distributors specialize in BlueROV2 customizations and modifications!
        5. Product Description

          The BlueROV2 is the world’s most affordable high-performance underwater ROV. With six- and eight-thruster configurations, a number of available accessories, and open source software, it has an unprecedented level of performance, flexibility, and expandability. With several thousand units out in the field, the BlueROV2 is one of the most popular underwater drones on the market!

          The BlueROV2 comes partially assembled and requires 6-12 hours of user assembly to complete. During the assembly process, you learn how all of the components of the system work and fit together and it leaves you with the knowledge needed to make upgrades and improvements in the future!

          Live HD Camera and Lighting

          At the front of the ROV is a high definition (1080p, 30fps) wide-angle low-light camera optimized for use on the ROV. It’s mounted to a tilt mechanism so that the pilot can control the camera tilt to look up or down, even when the ROV is level.

          The ROV can be configured with two or four dimmable Lumen Lights, providing up to 6,000 lumens to illuminate the ocean depths.

          Photo credit: Jeff Milisen

          Vectored Thruster Configuration and the Heavy Configuration

          The ROV uses the patented T200 Thrusters in a vectored configuration, providing a high thrust-to-weight ratio and the ability to move precisely in any direction. The ROV comes with six thrusters but is expandable to eight thrusters with the Heavy Configuration Retrofit Kit, providing full six-degree-of-freedom control and feedback stability.

          Adjustable gain levels allow the pilot to have precision control at extremely low speeds as well as high power to overcome currents and carry heavy loads.

          Depth Rating

          The BlueROV2 is rated to a depth of 100 meters (330 ft). That rating is limited by a number of factors, including the crush depth of the 4” acrylic watertight enclosure tube, with some safety factor.

          Modular Frame Design and Expandability

          Designed like a work class or research class ROV, the BlueROV2 has an open frame that carries the electronics and battery enclosures, thrusters, buoyancy foam, and ballast weights. This simple design is robust and expandable, making it easy to attach accessories such as an ROV gripper or scanning sonar. We have a payload skid available that extends the frame further and allows you to attach much larger payloads. We’ve seen people use this for scientific instruments, pressure washer attachments, additional battery enclosures, and more.

          The BlueROV2 is designed to be expanded and modified and many of our users have made more dramatic modifications to suit their particular applications. Replacing the standard frame with a custom frame, you can create just about any underwater robot you can imagine!

          Photo credit: Abyss Solutions

          Open Source Control Software and User Interface Software

          The BlueROV2 is controlled by a drone flight controller running the open-source subsea vehicle control firmware. As part of the project, it brings to the ROV a vast number of features, capabilities, and an extensive user community.

          At the surface, the pilot controls the ROV through a laptop computer and gamepad controller. The open-source QGroundControl application acts as the user interface, providing the live video stream, sensor feedback and information, and the ability to change settings and configuration.

          Getting Started with the BlueROV2

          The BlueROV2 is designed for both entry-level and advanced ROV users. It comes with everything you need to get in the water except for a few components:

          • Laptop – We recommend a medium to high-end model with Windows 10, Mac, or Linux operating systems. There are also some compatible tablets including the Windows Surface tablets. iOS and Android are not officially supported at this time.
          • Gamepad Controller – We recommend the Xbox One controller or the Logitech F310 or F710 controllers.
          • Battery – We recommend our 14.8v, 18Ah lithium-ion battery for the best battery life, but we can’t ship it to all locations! There are a number of other compatible batteries that can be used as well. We’d recommend getting a few for extended operation.
          • Battery Charger – We have a recommended charger as well, but any lithium-ion battery charger that can handle your battery will work!
          BlueROV2 with integrated Ping360.

          Available Options, Add-ons, and Accessories

          First of all, there are a few configurable options that you’ll have to choose:

          • The Fathom Tether length can be selected from 25 meters all the way up to 300 meters. The length you go depends on how deep and how far you want to go. For lengths over 100 meters, we’d recommend the Fathom Spool to make it easier to manage.
          • The lights are available in 2-light and 4-light configurations. If you plan to do a lot of work in poor lighting conditions or at night, you might want the 4-light configuration.

          Once you’ve got a solid grip on the basics, there are countless ways to expand your BlueROV2! We have a few core accessories:

          If you’re looking to customize your ROV even further and add additional sensors, we recommend the following resources:

        6. has the documentation and developer guide for ArduSub, the software that controls the ROV.
        7. The BlueROV2 section of our forums have many users who have made significant modifications and can provide guidance and ideas.
        8. Our BlueROV2 Payload Skid product provides additional room on the ROV.
        9. Many of our Distributors specialize in BlueROV2 customizations and modifications!
        10. Major Components After Assembly

          The BlueROV2 comes partially assembled with the electronics and WTEs tested. Assembly takes approximately 4-6 hours with hand tools. After assembly, the major components will be as follows:

          What’s Not Included

          There are some items necessary for operation that are not included with the kit.

          • A gamepad controller. We recommend (finer control) or (more affordable).
          • A laptop or a Windows 10 tablet with 8GB of RAM or higher. The topside control software, , works on Mac, Windows 10 (i5 processor), and Linux.
          • A 4S battery for the BlueROV2. Here are our recommendations:
          • A battery charger, such as our Lithium Battery Charger.

          What’s Included

          The following lists the included sub-assemblies and other components of the kit.

          Frame

          Electronics Enclosure

          Battery Enclosure

          Thrusters

          • 3 x T200 Thrusters w/ Clockwise Propeller installed
          • 3 x T200 Thrusters w/ Counter-Clockwise Propeller installed
          • 6 x Cable Penetrator Nut
          • 6 x 013 O-ring
          • 16 x M3x16 socket head cap screw (316 stainless steel)
          • 8 x M3x12 socket head cap screw (316 stainless steel)
          • 30 x 5 1/2” zip ties (nylon)

          Fairings

          Tether

          Tools

          Lights

          SOS Leak Sensor

          Fathom-X Tether Interface

          Desiccant

          Spares

          • 2 x Cable Penetrator Blank
          • 2 x 013 O-ring
          • 2 x Cable Penetrator Nut (1x Used for Battery Cable in Battery Enclosure / 1x Used with Cable Penetrator Blank if you aren’t using Lumens)

          Specifications

          ParameterValue
          Physical
          Length457 mm18 in
          Width338 mm13.3 in
          Height254 mm10 in
          Weight in Air (with Ballast)10-11 kg22-24 lb
          Weight in Air (without Ballast)9-10 kg20-22 lb
          Net Buoyancy (with Ballast)0.2 kg0.5 lb
          Net Buoyancy (without Ballast)1.4 kg3 lb
          Payload Capacity (configuration dependent)1.0 kg (4x Lumens) to 1.2 kg (no Lumens)2.2 to 2.6 lbs
          Cable Penetrator Holes14 x 10 mm14 x 0.4 in
          ConstructionHDPE frame, aluminum flanges/end cap, and acrylic tubes
          Main Tube (Electronics Enclosure)Blue Robotics 4 inch series w/ aluminum end caps
          Battery TubeBlue Robotics 3 inch series w/ aluminum end caps
          Buoyancy FoamR-3318 Urethane Foam rated to 244 meters
          Ballast Weight6 x 200 g coated lead weights
          Battery ConnectorXT90
          Performance
          Maximum Rated Depth100 m330 ft
          Maximum Tested Depth (so far)130 m425 ft
          Temperature Range0-40°C32-86°F
          Maximum Forward Speed1.5 m/s3 knots
          ThrustersBlue Robotics T200
          ESCBlue Robotics Basic 30A ESC
          Thruster Configuration6 thrusters
          (4 Vectored)
          (2 Vertical)
          Forward Bollard Thrust (45°)9 kgf19.8 lbf
          Vertical Bollard Thrust7 kgf15.4 lbf
          Lateral Bollard Thrust (45°)9 kgf19.8 lbf
          Battery
          Battery Life (Normal Use)~2 hours w/ 18AH Lithium-ion Battery
          Battery Life (Light Use)~4 hours w/ 18AH Lithium-ion Battery
          The batteries can be changed in about 30 seconds.
          Lights
          Brightness1500 lumens each with dimming control
          Light Beam Angle135 degrees, with adjustable tilt
          Tether
          Diameter7.6 mm0.30 in
          Length25-300 m80-980 ft
          Working Strength45 kgf100 lbf
          Breaking Strength160 kgf350 lbf
          Strength MemberKevlar with waterblock
          Buoyancy in FreshwaterNeutral
          Buoyancy in SaltwaterSlightly Positive
          Conductors4 twisted pairs, 26 AWG
          Sensors
          Gyroscope3-DOF Gyroscope (on the PixHawk)
          Accelerometer 3-DOF Accelerometer (on the PixHawk)
          Compass3-DOF Magnetometer (on the PixHawk)
          Internal pressure Internal barometer (on the PixHawk)
          Pressure/Depth and Temperature Sensor (external)Blue Robotics Bar30
          Current and Voltage SensingBlue Robotics Power Sense Module
          Camera Tilt
          Tilt Range+/- 90 degree camera tilt (180 total range)
          Tilt ServoHitec HS-5055MG
          Camera
          Field of View (Underwater)110 degrees (horizontal)
          Light Sensitivity0.01 lux
          Resolution1080p
          Control System
          Tether Interface BoardFathom-X Tether Interface Board
          Control Board
          Control Software

          2D Drawings

          BlueROV2 2D

          3D Models

          BLUEROV2-R1 (.zip)

          Revision History

          4 January 2019

          • Updated 200g Ballast Weight to R2 design.
          • Updated Moisture Indicating Silica Gel Desiccant Bags to R2 design.

          10 October 2018

          28 August 2018

          7 August 2018

          10 July 2018

          24 April 2018

          14 February 2018

          15 January 2018

          9 November 2017

          21 September 2017

          • Updated Frame – 30 Degree thruster mounting option, rounded edges, captive screw inserts.

          31 August 2017

          2 May 2017

          • Updated ESC to R2 design.

          14 March 2017

          • Pre-installed ArduSub 3.4 (stable version) on the Pixhawk.
          • Pre-installed recommended parameters on the Pixhawk.
          • Pre-installed ArduSub Raspbian on the SD card for the Raspberry Pi 3.
          • Pre-installed the Fathom-X Tether Interface on the electronics tray and all of the wiring has been completed.
          • Pre-installed the Raspberry Pi and Pixhawk on the electronics tray with most of the wiring completed.
          • Pre-installed Pixhawk Power Module and the wiring is completed.
          • Pre-wired the ESCs.
          • Three of the thrusters now come with the counter-clockwise propellers pre-installed.
          • The camera, Pixhawk, Raspberry Pi, and Fathom-X connections have all been tested.
          • Included and installed the SOS Leak Sensor onto the electronics tray.

          27 October 2016

          • Updated 4″ Dome to R2 design.

          31 August 2016

          21 June 2016

          • R1 – Initial release.

          Guides

          BlueROV2 Assembly
          Get your BlueROV2 built quickly with this assembly guide!
          BlueROV2 Software Setup
          Get your BlueROV2 connected to a topside computer, the vehicle updated, and joystick properly calibrated!
          BlueROV2 Operation
          Learn how to operate your newly built BlueROV2!

          (Advanced features and functions)

          Community

          Blue Robotics Forum – BlueROV2

          Blue Robotics Forum – ArduSub

          Blue Robotics Forum – QGroundControl