1. RV Vents and Fans
  2. Ventline
  3. Roof Vent
  4. Vent Assembly
  5. 6-1/4 Inch Diameter
  6. With 12V Fan
Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke

Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke

Item # VP-543SP
lowest price pledge
Retail:$133.24
Our Price: $63.38
You Save: 52%
RV Vents and Fans
Orders above $99 qualify for Free Shipping
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Quantity: 
In Stock
zoom in icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

Customer Photos

This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Rounded, plastic vent cover opens and closes with the simple spin of a handle. Lowest Prices for the best rv vents and fans from Ventline. Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke part number VP-543SP can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (167)
  • Q & A (99)
  • Videos (1)
  • Photos
  • Why etrailer?

Ventline RV Vents and Fans - VP-543SP

  • Roof Vent
  • Vent Assembly
  • Ventline
  • 6-1/4 Inch Diameter
  • With 12V Fan
  • Tinted
  • Manual Lift

This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Rounded, plastic vent cover opens and closes with the simple spin of a handle.


Features:

  • Roof vent's electric fan yields better air circulation than non-powered models, exhausting hot air while trailer or RV remains locked and secure
  • Efficient 12-volt centrifugal blower design
    • Draws only 1-1/2 amps yet moves 100 CFM - low demand on battery
    • Quiet operation
  • Easy, one-handed opening and closing of dome
  • Translucent cover allows some light through
  • Fan uses 12-volt DC power
  • Low-profile plastic dome
  • Butt connectors and ring terminals sold separately
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Fan power: 12-volt DC
    • 100 CFM
  • Cover color: Smoke
  • Rough opening size: 6-1/4" diameter
  • Vent extends above roof:
    • 2-3/8" Closed
    • 3-1/4" Open
  • 2-Year warranty



Notes:

  • Screws and sealer are not included. See Installation Kit (344270KITW), which includes all necessary screws and sealer to install vent.
  • Not for use above tubs, showers or range cooking surfaces.

VP-543SP roof vent

Installation Instructions

  1. Cut a 6-1/4" diameter rough opening through roof. (You can use the smaller diameter of the ceiling garnish as a template.)
  2. Remove the two screws from the roof cap and then take off the cap for access to the mounting holes.
  3. Apply sealant to bottom of flange. Be sure to surround each screw hole.
  4. Make electrical connections.
  5. Insert vent into the rough opening and align it correctly with the trailer. The flange is stamped "FRONT" on the part that should be oriented toward the front of the trailer or RV.
  6. Mount to roof with #8 screws.
  7. Insert ceiling garnish into opening and attach with #8 screws.


VP-543SP Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke







Video of Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Review of Ventline RV Roof Vent - Low-Profile Round Fan - VP-543SP

Today, we'll be taking a look at the Ventline VanAir Trailer Roof Vent. This is going to give you a nice, small, low-profile vent option for your enclosed trailer and those places where you don't really want to have a larger opening for a bigger fan or you just need something small with a nice, low-power draw, like this.It requires a 6 1/4-inch rough opening to get this installed. If I flip it over, we can take a look at how it's going to operate. We'll have this little handle portion here. That's what's actually going to raise up the cover, so when it's installed, you'll push that up, and that'll raise the vent up as well. It's a little harder to do with it not actually installed.

Push that up. There we go. Now, our cover pops up and that allows air in and out, and then our fan can also operate. It has a little button to power that on and off. Turn my power source on here, and now, our fan will kick on.So, even though this is fairly small, it still puts out a good amount of air to circulate our trailer, keep it nice and cool in the summer, let out any odors or anything like that.

And flip our switch again and it comes to a stop.This has a fan power of 12-volt DC, with 100 CFM. So, it's going to take a very low demand on our battery. It only draw an amp and a half, yet it still moves that 100 CFM, or cubic feet per minute. So, it's a pretty good amount of air that's going to be moving in and out of our trailer.The cover on the top is translucent. It's a little hard to tell on camera, but it does allow some light through.

It's pretty quiet operation. Again, if we pop our sleeve off, we'll be able to sit that fits that 6 1/4-inch diameter. It doesn't come with any hardware or sealant, so you will have to pick that up on your own, but we do have a kit to get that installed. That installation kit is RVIKIT100. You can find that here at etrailer.com.

That's going to give you all the screws and sealer to install that vent in place.Whenever we have this installed, it's going to extend above the roof by 3 1/2 inches when opened, and then when closed. Pull that back down. When closed, it only stands up about 2 3/8 inches. Does come with our shroud there to cover up the hardware. Just need to line it up with the wiring opening. We only need to connect it to power and ground to get everything connected there. So, we'll have our two wires; black for power, white for ground. You'll also need to pick up some butt connectors for that. I would suggest using some heat-shrink butt connectors, just to make sure you have a nice watertight seal on those. The cover is kind of a smoke color, sort of a darker. almost a dark green. And it does come with a one-year warranty from Ventline.And that's going to do it for our look at the Ventline VanAir Trailer Roof Vent.


Customer Reviews

Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke - VP-543SP

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (167 Customer Reviews)

This roof vent uses a 12-volt fan to circulate air in motor homes and enclosed trailers, keeping interiors ventilated without compromising security. Rounded, plastic vent cover opens and closes with the simple spin of a handle.

- VP-543SP
by:

I appreciate the efforts by NickyK on my behalf to arrange the order and shipment so professionally. It was easy to work with your company and I will do so in the future as my customers have other needs for your type of products. 710591



- VP-543SP
by:

This little fan is working absolutely perfect in my homebuilt teardrop trailer. It's small size and low profile make it perfect for this project. It would even open if I installed a roof rack which is the main reason I avoided the larger 12x12 roof vent fans not to mention it was a fraction of the cost. It looks great and works excellent. Hot evenings are not an issue with this fan providing great ventilation, drawing heat out the roof and pulling in cool air through the doors. I highly recommend this fan. It was extremely easy to install and seals up tight with no leaks or issues of any kind. 543685



- VP-543SP
by:

Received item via UPS late pm on 11/9/17. Installed it yesterday pm. Took approx. 2 hours to complete project. Took much longer to remove old ventilator than to install new one, as the old one was original on 35 year old Air Stream. Perfect replacement and works perfectly. Those that order this need to know that there is NO hardware included and you should use stainless steel screws to mount item onto trailer for long term use. These are available at any [local hardware store]. Very satisfied customer. 451148


Comments
Thanks for the review Ronnie, I did want to let you know that wiring connectors and installation screws and sealer are not included. Installation Kit # RVIKIT100
Installation Kit - for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vents - with Screws and Sealant
$23.45
, which includes all necessary screws and sealer to install vent.
-- Rachael H - 11/14/2017

30800

- VP-543SP
by:

A direct replacement for the original bathroom vent in my 20 yr old Airstream. Very easy installation. Nice product. The improvements incorporated into the new one make it much quieter and it moves more air than the original. 548226



- VP-543SP
by:

My son finally got the roof vent hooked up he ordered from you, he hooked it up with a solar panel in the back of his 86' suburban to get more air back there. 24341



- VP-543SP
by:

Needed to replace an older model of this item. I was surprised to see that this was almost all plastic with a very small motor, compared to the metal housing and more substantial motor on to older model. Installation was simple, fit perfectly in old installation hole. Items works well.... 294760



- VP-543SP
by:

Purchased the Vanair Ventline fan to replace the one that was original equipment on our 2003 Teton fifth wheel. The old one was very noisy and I had already repaired the cover once. Shipping was cheap and fairly quick (UPS ground). The price was good. Installation was easy and the new unit fit perfectly. I now have a very quiet new fan in the bathroom. 93184


Comments
This fan has worked flawlessly for the past year. The only thing I recommend is to vacuum the fan screen about once every two weeks.
William - 02/02/2015

9188

- VP-543SP
by:

Hello all. I have a 1973 Apache Pop up, the original vent was missing so I looked online for a replacement and I came across this ventline vanaire roof vent, the vent fit perfectly in the original location of the old vent . This pop up has hard sides when you bring the roof down the side walls meet in the center but leave a gap between each other the handle for the vent fits perfectly in the gap. This memorial weekend we vacationed at Lake Isabella and it gets windy when the vent was closed it stayed closed no matter how strong the wind was. It was a success and worked perfectly. Thanks and I am a happy camper. 254197


Comments
A year later and Everything works perfect still looks new. Never had a problem , no leaks no noises all around a perfect product thanks. I forget its on cause its so quiet ??.
Victor Y - 05/31/2017

24434

- VP-543SP
by:

I purchased this vent to remove damp air causing mildew growth from a plastic utility storage building on a concrete slab. The vent itself installed in under 5 minutes using the inside flange collar as a template and a reciprocating saw to cut the hole. I used gutter sealant and self tapping screws to attach to roof. I hooked the device up to a small solar panel and away it went. The 560 cubic foot storage building was full of dry fresh air in under 24 hrs with no sweating or condensing moisture as it was the prior day. Very nice push-pull design to open and close the vent. Has a push button switch for power but I intend the let it run full time when the sun is out. Thanks e-trailer, Best prices on the Internet too! 155878


Comments
Been running 365 days later with flawless operation
Paul C - 10/15/2015

15539

- VP-543SP
by:

Our hunt club has 2 pit blinds that are used for waterfowl hunting. Each blind is essentially a concrete box with walls, floor and top 4 inches thick and dimensions of 12'x5'x5'. Each blind is buried to a depth of 5 foot to where the top is flush with ground level. Access is through the top using 24 inch wide manhole lids that are made of high density plastic. The cooler air inside of the blinds clashing with warmer air absorbed by the concrete and manhole lids at ground level caused condensation that made the inside damp and smelly. We only hunt 3 months each year, so needed a vent solution for the other 9 months the blinds were not in use. We also needed something that could be powered by DC voltage from a solar panel due to the remote location. In July 2015 we installed each fan into a manhole cover and used water-tight conduit and electrical boxes to run the wiring from the solar panel to each fan. Great solution! Once enough daylight hits the solar panel the fan blades start moving and run constantly until sundown. Will see how long these things last but so far so good 228520


Comments
It has been a trial and error experience this past year, but now believe we have things figured out. We outsmarted ourselves and upped the wattage of the solar panel array this spring to run a pump and the fans, but didnt properly calculate the impact that would have on the fans. Bottom line, we sent too much juice to the fans and fried the motors. Luckily, etrailer sold replacement motors. Replacement was a breeze, and lesson learned. After that we split the solar panel array and now the correct voltage and amps are being used and no issues whatsoever. We also had a battle with mice getting inside the fan housing when not operating and making nests, which was a real mess. Solved that by opening the adjustable fan housing just enough to circulate air but not enough for Mickey and his friends to make a condo in the fan housing. Knock wood, the lessons learned this past year should make for trouble free operation from now on. I know that we are not using these vent fans in vehicles, campers or trailers as the majority of you do or intend to do. If we can make these fans do the job in our application, using these fans as intended in a vehicle, camper or trailer using a 12 volt battery and not solar panels and staying clear of rodents should be a breeze.
Bobby D - 09/29/2016

21311

- VP-543SP
by:

PRODUCT WAS SHIPPED QUICK AND IN GOOD CONDITION. YOUR SALES PERSON WAS HELPFUL. BLOWER WAS THE PERFECT ITEM FOR MY APPLICATION NAMELY VENTILATION IN THE SMALL BATHROOM OF MY DIY VAN CONVERSION. THANKYOU --HARLEY 131055


Comments
Still very happy with blower.
HARLEY L - 05/16/2015

11760

- VP-543SP
by:

Haven't installed it yet, but I received it promptly and in good order, and I think at a reasonable price. For any Airstream owners out there, this looks to be an exact replacement for the round fan in the toilet area. 110277


Comments
I had no problem installing the fan and it is working well after a year.
mackmurr - 12/18/2014

8087

- VP-543SP
by:

The good: Was suitable for my application, fit well in existing hole in rv roof. Moves a good amount of air (exhaust). The bad: No instructions whatsoever. Wiring was not a problem. The word "front" was stamped in the fan metal frame so I assumed that meant it should face the front of the rv. Noisier than I had hoped. 575810



- VP-543SP
by:

Works just like it is supposed to work. Easy to install, runs quietly. First replacement of one we used for 20 years. 519811



- VP-543SP
by:

Definitely don’t install above your bed!! This thing is garbage, and it leaks (a lot)... somehow water gets up under the cover and pools in the screen before dripping through and making a nice puddle in your rv. Fan does not pull out any air. Absolutely no appreciable difference when it is on. It just makes a lot of noise. I even reversed the polarity as an experiment and it doesn't seem to pull OR push any air into my van even in tandem with a Maxxair fan. Strangely, if I turn on the fan with the vent closed that's the only time I can feel a very slight breeze and it's the same exact thing, a very slight breeze, if I reverse the fan blade :/ Also, it slowly works itself open when driving at speeds of over 50mph and will not stay down. Hole in roof for nothing...! 515148



- VP-543SP
by:

I searched internet for a solution to my vent fan problem. After much research, I found this complete unit be be less expensive than the repair part only. The transaction was eassy and delivery status was excellent. I hope to make etrailer my go to source and will share this experience with all of my RV friends, 82531



- VP-543SP
by:

Matches the original from my RV perfectly, and appears to use *much* better plastic for the fan blades. Only drawback in the original and this design is the use of rivets, which make it difficult to replace only the motor and fan blade. 732960



- VP-543SP
by:

Great weatherproof ventilation solution. Good air flow and simple install. 730176



- VP-543SP
by:

In the past 2 years we have purchased 3 of these fans. Excellent quality. One was to replace an old fan in our 1978 Avion 34, the other 2 I installed in our sailboat. One for the galley, the other for the head. 703821



- VP-543SP
by:

The fan arrived in a timely fashion in new undamaged condition, was east to install. Very happy with my purchase. 699634



- VP-543SP
by:

Perfect replacement for the original. When in without a problem. Well made still runs and quieter than the original. Will do business with you again. Thank you. 698369



- VP-543SP
by:

Works great. I have it running a lot. It makes a big difference in my rv. 694676



- VP-543SP
by:

This product is the exact match for my Airstream Interstate. Local install was 30 minutes. Etrailer has been awesome for all my RV needs. Fair prices and great customer support. Frank Higgins 683611



- VP-543SP
by:

Excellent service. The exhaust fans work very well. I've bought lights from you in the past, never been disappointed. Thank you 682722



- VP-543SP
by:

I haven't really used it enough yet as we are still working on inside of Van. I do notice I would like the vent to be 2-3 inches bigger. I like the style a lot. Would like it to be made of stronger material. 681021


43
191
Show More Reviews

Ask the Experts about this Ventline RV Vents and Fans

  • Replacement Motor and Diagram for Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent
    The correct replacement motor for the Vanair Roof Vent part # VP-543SP that you referenced is the part # BVD0218-00. I attached a diagram that covers how it all comes apart for you to check out which should help you in getting out the old vent to install the new one. I also attached install instructions for the motor for additional reference although you may not need them.
    view full answer...
  • Recommended Roof Vent for Shallow Clearance Application on Sprinter Van
    The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke # VP-543SP will allow you to move air at 100 cubic feet per minute. For the low profile ability, these are really your best bet. To feel the air moving, with the windows cracked you will want two instead of one. If you go with the MaxxFan Plus Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke # MA00-04500K you will move much more air with a 900 cubic feet per minute fan, but you will...
    view full answer...
  • Will Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent # FV801200 Fit in the Roof of a Ram Promaster Van
    Technically you could install the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent # FV801200 in the roof of your Promaster van. But because the roofs on vehicles are much thinner than those on RVs or trailers the vent assembly will stick down a few inches from the roof/ceiling. The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP isn't as large but would be a better fit in your Promaster. I have linked a video of it for you.
    view full answer...
  • Thickness of Roof for the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent Part # VP-543SP
    The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent part # VP-543SP will fit a roof from 1-1/2" - 2-1/2" thick out of the box. Since you have a 3-1/4" thick roof then you will need to use the Replacement Garnish Extension Ring for Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent part # BVA0228-01-46 which allows for a roof from 2-1/2" - 3-1/2" thick. I also recommend using the part # 344270KITW which comes with everything you need for installation.
    view full answer...
  • Replacement Foam Ring for Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent Part # VP-543SP
    The foam ring on the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent part # VP-543SP is a weather seal that is used to help seal the dome on the fan assembly. If you continue to use the fan without the foam ring you would be subjected to leaks which could then short out the motor. If I had to guess I would say that the wax paper was not fully removed from the ring which then caused adhesion problems. Unfortunately, we do not offer the foam ring separately but we do offer the Replacement Plastic Dome...
    view full answer...
  • How to Remove Rotary Switch from Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent
    The switch design for the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent part # VP-543SP has since changed from the rotary style you have to the push button design referenced in the video. I called and spoke with an engineering contact at the Ventline division of Dexter Axle and they informed me that in order to remove the switch you need to trace the two wires up and remove them at the source rather than the switch. There is one wire that goes to the motor and the other goes to the rv's power circuit....
    view full answer...
  • Vent Cover for Use with Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent VP-543SP
    When your trailer is moving down the road it is best to have all fan-powered vents closed. Apart from the rain concern the impact of wind at highway speeds might put excessive stress on the vent and/or its lid. You definitely do not want to operate the vent's fan motor while the trailer is moving as it is possible that the motor could be damaged by the force of air interfering with the fan blade's motion. We do offer covers for vents, such as those like # CAM40431 and the others displayed...
    view full answer...
  • Diameter of Ventline Replacement Fan Blade # BVD0217-00
    I went out to our warehouse and measured an overall diameter of 5-3/8" on the Ventline Replacement Fan Blade # BVD0217-00. I have attached an image to assist. The small hole at the center for the shaft has just a 0.03" diameter. This particular fan blade is designed for the Ventline Vanair Roof Vent # VP-543SP.
    view full answer...
  • Roof Vent Needed with 12V Fan That Sits Under 5 Tall
    The Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent # V2094SP-34 that you referenced actually sits only 4-1/2" above the roof when it is closed so it will fit in your garage! It comes with a 12V fan that is powered by DC. Most of our vents fit this description though so you are in luck! If you are looking for a vent that can stay open and still fall under your 5" height restriction then you will need the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP. This is a round vent with a diameter of 6-1/4"...
    view full answer...
  • Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent Dimensions and Weight
    The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan - 6-1/4" Diameter - Smoke # VP-543SP is very light weighing just under 2 pounds each. I recommend using installation kit # 344270KITW for mounting this vent. I've attached some videos as well as some dimensions of this unit to assist.
    view full answer...
  • Fan Blade Replacement Recommendation for Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # BVD0217-00
    Yes we do. The fan blade part number you need is the # BVD0217-00 which is correct for the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP that you referenced.
    view full answer...
  • Best Installation Sealant for Ventline Roof Vent VP-543SP for Most Water-Resistant Performance
    The degree of protection from moisture when installing the Ventline Vanair Roof Vent with 12V Fan # VP-543SP will really depend on making seamless contact between the vent's mounting surface and the surfaces on the Transit Connect. The best install comes from using a flexible pure silicone caulk adhesive, such as white caulk # 0160297. Most hardware stores will offer a pure silicone caulk like this in a range of colors, even clear, so you may be able to source some locally that better...
    view full answer...
  • Availability of Replacement Motor for Ventline Vanair # VP-543SP Powered Roof Vent
    If the part number of your Vanair vent is # VP-543SP, we do indeed have a replacement fan motor, part # BVD0218-00. You can see current pricing by clicking the provided link.
    view full answer...
  • Does Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # VP-543SP Leak Water
    The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan # VP-543SP that you referenced does not have a reputation as leaking. We've actually had quite a few people report back to us that it did not leak at all. Was the vent open when it was raining? If it was closed it should have not leaked through the mesh.
    view full answer...
  • How much of the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent Will Stick Inside of the Trailer
    If you remove the garnish that comes with the vent # VP-543SP and measure from the bottom of the base that mounts to the top of the roof down it is 1-3/8 inches to the bottom of the main housing and 3-3/4 inches to the bottom of the handle (with the vent closed). I made a video that shows where these measurements are being made.
    view full answer...
  • What is the Exterior Diameter of Ventline Vanair 12-Volt Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP
    I pulled a sample of the Ventline Vanair 12-Volt Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP from our warehouse in order to take measurements for you. These key measurements are shown on the linked photo that I have edited for you. The diameter of the widest part of the black exterior portion is 8-inches so it appears that it may be too big for your application. This 12V powered fan is intended for a trailer roof with a rough opening of 6-1/4-inches. Please note that it does not include the necessary...
    view full answer...
  • How Long is the Garnish Included with Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent VP-543SP
    The included garnish with trailer roof vent # VP-543SP is 2-3/4 inches long so you will likely need another garnish, # BVA0228-01-46.
    view full answer...
  • Replacement Cover And Motor For Ventline VP Vent Fan On 1992 Airstream
    We offer one round vent, part # VP-543SP for a camper. The opening for this vent is 6-1/4 inches. The replacement lid for this vent is part # BVA0502-03, and the replacement motor kit that is designed to fit Ventadome or Vanair roof vents is part # BVD0218-00.
    view full answer...
  • Will Ventline Vanair 12-Volt Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP Fit Curved Roof of a Ford Transit Connect
    The slight curve of your van roof should not be an issue given that the Ventline Vanair 12-Volt Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP is a smaller unit. As such the curvature of the roof in the area where you mount the fan will not be a factor. This fan has numerous diameters depending on where you are measuring. Luckily another Expert took a bunch of these measurements and I have included a picture showing them for you.
    view full answer...
  • Installation Instructions for the Ventline Powered Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP
    The installation instructions for the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP that you referenced are included in the box and are as follows: 1.Cut a 6-1/4" diameter rough opening through roof. (You can use the smaller diameter of the ceiling garnish as a template.) 2.Remove the two screws from the roof cap and then take off the cap for access to the mounting holes. 3.Apply sealant to bottom of flange. Be sure to surround each screw hole. 4.Make electrical connections. 5.Insert...
    view full answer...
  • Trailer Roof Vent that will Reverse to Blow Air Into Trailer
    The Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP is not a reversible fan. You can reverse the wiring and it will spin the blade clockwise. However, the design of that blade will not cause the air movement to reverse only be less effective going in the same direction. For a fan that is reversible you can use the Fan-Tastic Vent Roof Vent # FV801250.
    view full answer...
  • Installing Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent On 2014 Nissan NV200 Roof with Ridges
    In order to seal the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP on your 2014 Nissan NV200 I recommend using the sealant that comes in the Installation Kit # 344270KITW. This sealant is waterproof and will keep the elements out of your van. The sealant will fill the space between the roof of your van and the vent. I spoke with Ventline about installing the Vanair on a cargo van with a ridged roof. They do not have any recommendations or suggestions for installing the vent on the roof...
    view full answer...
  • Can Rain Get Into the Ultra-Fab Solar-Powered Plumbing Vent
    The opening on the solar-powered vent # UF53-945001 is up underneath the top portion so it is very unlikely that rain could get in. But it is not outside the realm of possibility if the rain was hard enough (sideways rain in high winds). I have included a link to a video review of this vent for you. As far as keeping rain out, the Ultra-Fab solar-powered vent would be my top choice over Ventline vent # VP-543SP. The Ventline vent is also hardwire only so it will need to connect to 12...
    view full answer...
  • Can the Fan of the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP Flow Both Directions
    I have played with the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP before and found that if you reverse the wires you can make it pull air in. If you wire it up like normal, black to power/white to ground, it works as an exhaust fan. If you flip the wiring, white to power/black to ground, it pulls air in.
    view full answer...
  • Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent w/ Fan # VP-543SP for Box Truck
    The Vanair Roof Vent with Fan you referenced, part # VP-543SP was originally designed for use on conversion vans, so it should be a great choice for your box truck. The vent will install into a 6-1/4 inch diameter rough opening. The garnish (or inner trim ring) allows the vent to be used on roofs of different thicknesses. Since your roof is so thin, you might need to trim some of the length off of the garnish which is fine according to the manufacturer. The installation kit which...
    view full answer...
  • How to Replace the Screen on Ventline Vanair Trailer Vent # VP-543SP
    You can replace the screen on Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent, # VP-543SP, in a few easy steps. Make sure that the screws that hold on the handle are exposed. Remove them and then the handle. Next unscrew the small black piece that holds the switch to the screen assembly. Then remove the 2 screws holding on the screen and pull out the screen. Reverse the process to put in the new screen. I made a video that shows how to do this.
    view full answer...
  • Can 6-1/4 Diameter Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent be Installed on the Wall
    Although I'm sure you could mount the Ventline Vanair Trailer Roof Vent # VP-543SP vertically on your wall, when I reached out to my contact at Ventline he said that it wasn't built to function that way so it may not operate properly. You could instead install a wall vent like part # 9139, # HMAV2-AVT2, or # WHMAV2-WAVT2 to help promote airflow if you don't want to/don't have room for an electric vent on your roof.
    view full answer...
  • Replacement Bathroom Vent for Philips/Ventline V2065 Bathroom Exhaust Vent in 1992 Schultz Trailer
    Since your trailer's original bathroom vent fan is now 25 years old its motor could very well be past its useful lifespan. I agree that at this point complete replacement of the entire vent unit is the sensible way to go. We carry a wide range of RV vents that are shown on the linked page. You will want to match up the shape and dimensions of your existing bathroom vent to the replacements we have. For a round vent with 12V fan we offer the Ventline # VP-543SP which is 6-1/4-inch...
    view full answer...

Do you have a question about this RV Vents and Fan?




  • Why etrailer.com?

    At etrailer.com we guarantee:
  • Highest quality rv vents and fans for the best price.

    Our Lowest Price Pledge ensures you will never overpay for the parts you need.
  • Real product know-how.

    We make sure that the products we sell are what we say they are, and that they work the way they are supposed to work. Get real advice from a real person who has the knowledge and expertise needed to solve your problem.
  • Most detailed, accurate rv vents and fan information available.

    Because we take providing accurate product information seriously, we take our own detailed product photos, demo videos and installation videos, as well as verify measurements, instructions, and vehicle fit information.
  • Installations, made easy.

    We love helping people and have the most highly-trained customer service, hands-on experience, step by step videos and installation instructions.
  • Fast shipping.

    Your order is automatically routed to get out of our warehouse and to your door as quickly as possible. Receive free shipping on orders over $99.
  • Personalized service for life.

    We provide one-on-one, personalized service from the ordering process through the life of your product.
  • Trusted since 1946.

    We've been serving customers since our parts store first opened in 1946 and continue to be recognized by our customers, our vendors and third parties for exceptional service.
  • Returns Policy

    Need to return an item? No problem. Please read our Returns Policy for more information.

Info for this part was:

Expert Research:
Mike L
Expert Research:
Michael H
Expert Research:
Jameson C
Expert Research:
John H
Expert Research:
Adam R
Expert Research:
Jeffrey L
Written by:
Raymond P
Video Edited:
Kathleen M
Updated by:
Sarah W
Updated by:
Isabelle B

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.