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[title] Ballasting
[* black] Insert wisdom here.Ballasting your OpenROV is key to a good dive performance.
[* black] More ballast (weight) will be required for salt water than fresh water.
[* black] Adding weight to the front threaded rod is the recommended ballasting method, though there are many others.
[* black] Weight should be distributed evenly from left to right and slightly in biased towards the front.
[* black] The ideal is to have a neutrally buoyant OpenROV so that it neither sinks nor floats. Test this by placing
[* black] Insert wisdom here.Ballasting your OpenROV is key to a good dive performance.
[* black] More ballast (weight) will be required for salt water than fresh water.
[* black] Adding weight to the front threaded rod is the recommended ballasting method, though there are many others.
[* black] Weight should be distributed evenly from left to right and slightly in biased towards the front.
[* black] The ideal is to have a neutrally buoyant OpenROV so that it neither sinks nor floats. Test this by placing