DTG2 Underwater ROV
Remotely Operated Vehicle (Underwater Drone)
Discover more with the DTG2 underwater ROV – equipped with an HD camera to give you live video from under the waves. Fitted with onboard batteries, this underwater drone can operate up to 8-hours on a single charge and dive to depths of 150 meters (500 ft).
The DTG2 ROV is the ideal tool for performing underwater inspections and environmental monitoring.
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DTG2 ROV Features
150 Meters / 500 Feet
One Carrying Case
Up to 8-Hours
Add-ons & Tools
Easy to Use
Simple System Control
700TVL – 4K Ultra HD
Rince & Repeat
Experience the world’s first fully portable ROV
The DTG2 is a commercial grade mini ROV, designed with the Deep Trekker patented pitching system for unmatched maneuverability. An internal HD camera, with a 330-degree field of view so you can inspect below, above, behind or in front of you, and see the live feed directly to your handheld controller. With onboard batteries, work 6 – 8 hours on one 1.5 hour battery charge, and never worry about lugging around multiple cases or generators to your dive sites.
The DTG2 has a forward speed of 2.5 knots, with depth ratings of 100 m and 150 m, this tool is ideal for underwater inspections in your tough environments.
What clients are saying about Deep Trekker
- Eric BournePW Makar
"Last time we looked there was not an ROV that competes at this price point; considering size, function, features and customer service, two thumbs up!"
- Bruce GrayOperations Officer, Environment Canada
- Mark Fulton
The DTG2 Underwater ROV Package Options
All DTG2 Packages include the same robust DTG2 ROV, but we have packaged them with different accessories to best suit your application. To get started, select your ideal package, and then customize with the best options for you.
Just the basics. Great for shallow observation up to 50 m
Depth Rating 100 m (330ft)
50 m (164 ft) Tether
5.6″ LCD Splashproof Handheld Controller
A Reel for Cable management, 75 m of tether, all in 1 carry case
Depth Rating 100 m
DTG2 STARTER +
75 m (246 ft) Tether on Reel
Portable – Heavy Duty Carrying Case
Auto heading & depth, the ideal tool for precise and complex inspections
Depth Rating 150 m (500 ft)
Higher Depth Rating
Intelligent Sensors for heading and depth, temperature, and more
Light work with an added two-function grabber arm
Depth Rating 150 m
100 m (330 ft) Tether on Reel
2 Function Grabber Arm Complete, 360-degree rotate and open/close
Proven and Trusted – Underwater ROV Inspections
The Deep Trekker DTG2 ROV is trusted by thousands of individuals and companies around the world to complete their tough inspections. The patented two thruster design provides unmatched maneuverability and a hydrodynamic shape to quickly cut down through current using the two powerful thrusters.
The internal rotating HD camera is proven to help complete your inspection faster. Quickly sweeps large areas, or hold the camera orientation while inspecting a certain area in detail.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get custom tether lengths?
Yes, these packages include standard tether lengths, but you can increase this up to 400 meters (1300 feet). Keep in mind, the DTG2 Starter and Pro are depth rated to 100 meters (330 feet) and the Smart and Worker packages are depth rated to 150 meters (500 feet).
Are there any more add-ons for the ROV?
The package options are simply a starting point, based on our experience of what people generally bundle together based on the task at hand. There are many add-ons and accessories to customize your Deep Trekker for exactly what you need.
How are is the DTG2 powered?
Deep Trekker’s unique feature of internal, on-board batteries means there are no generators or to-side boxes are required. The batteries last between 6 and 8 hours on a single 1.5 hour charge. For longer missions, the DTG2 ROV can also be equipped with hybrid-power.
What are the sensors and why are they important?
The sensors provide an on-screen display of your magnetic compass heading, depth (feet or meters), camera angle, turns counter, pitch, and roll. They also enable auto-heading and auto-depth. These sensors make is much easier to pilot in large areas or complete precise inspections.
How does the ROV drive up and down?
With the patented design, the outer shell of the ROV rotates 180 degrees to orient the thrusters horizontal or vertical, while gravity holds the internal frame stationary. The internal camera rotates independently of the pitch and can be adjusted at any time.
What are the materials made of?
The housing is die-cast aluminum which is then anodized and powder coated to stand up against the harsh environments you work in. Don’t be confused with the powder-coated finish, the DTG2 ROV is not constructed from plastic, these little vehicles can take a beating.
Have more questions? Reach out to us anytime.
Need Something Bigger?
Meet the DTX2 Remotely Operated Vehicle
We are continually evolving to meet your needs. We’ve listened to customers desiring greater depth ratings and vectored thrusters to complete lateral inspections in operations such as military and offshore drilling.
If this sounds like you, we’ve released the DTX2 ROV. The DTX2 provides more power, more depth, and more thrust – while still being a completely portable solution.
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