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MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke

MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke

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The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed. Great Prices for the best rv vents and fans from MAXXAIR. MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke part number MA00-07500K can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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MAXXAIR RV Vents and Fans - MA00-07500K

  • Roof Vent
  • Vent
  • 12V Fan
  • Reversible Fan
  • 14W x 14L Inch
  • Tinted
  • Powered Lift
  • 5 Inch

The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed.


  • Roof vent with fan and thermostat moves air in and out of your RV or camper
    • Vent allows air to circulate while your RV remains locked and secure
  • Integrated rain shield prevents rainwater from entering your RV or trailer
    • Allows you to open the vent and operate the fan in any weather
    • Eliminates the need to install a separate vent cover
  • 12V DC, variable-speed fan has 2 modes of operation
    • In manual mode, 10 speed options let you increase or reduce airflow
    • In auto mode, fan turns on and off based on preset temperature of thermostat
  • Reversible fan can either bring air in or exhaust air out
    • Circulates air like a ceiling fan when the vent is closed
  • Remote control with LCD screen allows you to set the thermostat and the fan speed and direction
    • Storage cradle mounts to wall
    • Includes hardware and 2 AAA batteries
  • Flush-mounted keypad on vent lets you operate the fan and the thermostat
  • Smoke dome (or lid) is made of high-density polyethylene
    • Seamless, low-profile appearance when closed
  • 2 Powered lifting arms keep the vent open
    • No hand cranking is needed to open vent - use remote or keypad
    • Manual knob lets you open and close the vent in the event of a power loss
  • Bug screen keeps insects out and is easy to remove for cleaning or maintenance
  • Fuse-protected, ball bearing motor is sealed to keep out dust, dirt, and moisture
  • Rubber weather seal helps prevent leaks when vent is closed
  • Mounting flange is constructed of UV-resistant ABS plastic
    • Smooth edges won't cut you during installation
  • White interior trim piece (or garnish), insulated electrical connectors, and hardware are included for installation
    • Roof sealant sold separately
  • 2-Wire design
    • Black wire is power
    • White wire is ground


  • Fits: roofs 1-1/8" to 6-1/2" thick
    • Opening size: 14" wide x 14" long
  • Overall dimensions: 23" long x 16-7/16" wide x 5" tall
    • Mounting flange dimensions: 16-1/2" long x 16-1/2" wide
    • Garnish dimensions: 16-3/8" long x 16-3/8" wide
  • Vent extends above roof:
    • When closed: 5"
    • When open: 9-5/16"
  • Overall fan diameter: 12"
  • Fan capacity: 900 CFM
  • Quantity of fan blades: 10
  • Power draw: 5 amps
  • Warranty:
    • 2-Year limited on vent assembly
    • Limited lifetime on dome

Note: Not for use directly above tubs, showers, or range cooking surfaces.

Built-In Rain Shield

MaxxFan Deluxe Rain Shield

The MaxxFan Deluxe has a built-in rain shield that, along with the dome, surrounds and encloses the vent opening. The shield blocks rainwater and other precipitation from entering through the vent and damaging the interior of your RV or camper. This means you can run the fan during any weather without having to worry about the consequences. With the rain shield, there is also no need to install a separate vent cover.

The smoke dome on the rain shield is constructed of durable high-density polypropylene. When it's closed, the dome provides a seamless, low-profile appearance.

Reversible, Variable-Speed Fan with Thermostat

MaxxFan Deluxe Fan Motor

The 12-volt, variable-speed fan has 2 modes of operation: manual and auto. When the fan is in manual mode, you can choose from 10 different speeds to increase or reduce the airflow as needed. Auto mode works in conjunction with the fan's thermostat.

To enter auto mode, press the auto mode button on either the remote control or keypad. Once the fan is in auto mode, the thermostat is activated with a set temperature of 78 degrees F. Pressing the arrow keys on either the remote or keypad changes the set temperature in 1 degree increments. When the thermostat is set, it senses the room temperature and automatically turns the fan on if it is above the set temperature. The fan shuts off when the set temperature has been reached. If the room temperature rises, the fan turns on again. This keeps your RV cool and comfortable and saves you from having to adjust the fan by hand. The auto mode also saves energy by running the fan no more than necessary, especially while you're away or asleep.

This fan is reversible, which means you are able to both exhaust stale air out of your RV and bring fresh air in from the outside. To enter ceiling fan mode, close the vent while the fan is still running. The fan then circulates the air inside your RV like a ceiling fan.

The fan has a fuse-protected, ball bearing motor that is sealed to keep out dust, dirt, and moisture.

Remote Control and Keypad

Remote for MaxxFan Plus

The remote control has a built-in LCD screen so that it's easy to see the current settings. The remote enables you to operate the vent and fan from afar, including opening or closing the dome and turning the fan on or off. With the remote, you can also control the fan speed, the direction of the airflow, and the set temperature for the thermostat.

The remote comes with a cradle, which mounts to the wall. When it's not in use, the remote can be stored in the cradle. Hardware and 2 AAA batteries are included. The low-battery indicator located on the top-center area of the screen lets you know when it's time to change the batteries.

Keypad for MaxxFan Deluxe

Like the remote control, the flush-mounted keypad on the vent allows you to operate the vent, the fan, and the thermostat.

Powered-Lift Dome with Twin Arms

MaxxFan Deluxe Open

This powered-lift vent opens and closes automatically, which means no hand cranking is needed. And unlike a vent that has only 1 arm, this dome is supported by 2 sturdy arms so that it will stay open during high winds or while you are driving.

MaxxFan Plus Manual Knob

And a manual hand knob is built into the underside of the vent to allow you to open and close the dome if your RV loses power.

Removable Bug Screen

MaxxFan Deluxe Bug Screen

This vent has a bug screen that helps keep insects and debris out of your RV. It is secured to the vent with 4 built-in retainer clips. These clips make it easy to remove the screen for cleaning or maintenance. Just rotate the clips, and the screen will pop out.


The MaxxFan Deluxe vent fits standard 14" x 14" openings in the roof of an RV, camper, or enclosed trailer. A white interior trim piece (or garnish), insulated electrical connectors, and hardware are included for installation. The included mounting flange is lined with a rubber weather seal, which helps prevent leaks. Roof sealant (sold separately) is required for installation.

To install, first secure the mounting flange to the roof. Then connect the two wires on the vent to your RV's electrical system. The black wire is for power, and the white wire is for ground. Next insert the vent into the flange and fasten it down using the metal mounting points on the flange. To finish, trim the garnish as needed to fit the thickness of your roof and install it.

00-07500K MaxxAir Max Fan Deluxe Trailer Roof Vent w/ Rain Cover for RV, Camper, Enclosed Trailer - Smoke Dome

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MaxxFan Deluxe Roof Vent w/ 12V Fan, Thermostat, and Remote - Powered Lift - 10 Speed - Smoke - MA00-07500K

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (847 Customer Reviews)

The built-in rain shield on this powered roof vent protects the interior of your RV or camper from rainwater. The reversible, 10-speed fan has a thermostat to regulate airflow inside your RV. Ceiling fan mode circulates air when vent is closed.


Put this in to get heat out of semi. Open side vent and turn fan on high exhaust wow what a game changer.



Still working great game changer for moving air


Excellent fan. Fast shipping from etrailer. I ordered this to replace the same manufacturer’s 6” round fan on a pickup truck cap camper build (required cutting a larger hole). This one is extremely quiet and moves air very well. I was hesitant to cut such a large hole in my Leer 180 fiberglass cap but so far so good. My mounting surface is around 3/4” thick (less than the recommended min 1 1/8”) but was able to mount without issue. Just had to purchase 3/4” SS screws to avoid going completely through both fiberglass layers. Based on other reviews, I used a silicone conformal spray to protect the circuit board from moisture prior to installing


First I ordered the wrong part(my error) and Ms Ana S not only got my order straightened out, but also set me up with the correct part that was on back order needed to repair an older MaxxAir fan. At the same time I had decided to order another MaxxAir fan to install in another room of our rv. This MaxxAir fan is every bit as nice as the first one we have. The part that broke eventually came in ahead of schedule and I received it, thanks to excellent customer support from Ana the part was exactly what I needed and my fan has performed perfectly ever since. My wife and I have simply been amazed of the service we have received from Etrailer and especially Ana. I would not hesitate to use the services provided by Etrailer in the future. Customer service like it use to be A+

S. S.


Still going strong, we just got home from a trip to Myrtle Beach and used MaxxAir fans continually over our one month stay. The repaired fan worked effortlessly with no issues. Love the autofeature for temperature control and how quietly it operates too.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.


@SS We're happy to hear that, thanks!


Great company. I will order from this company anytime (rather than the big box company that I won’t mention). They are genuinely a pleasure to talk (place your order with) and you receive your products in record breaking time. Their customer service is above any other company that I order from.



This fan is amazing. I was a bit scared to tackle this project so I procrastinated a few months and actually it was very straightforward instructions and a breeze to pit in. What a difference this fan makes in the bedroom area!! I highly recommend putting one in …. And of course order from trailer !


Kyle helped me select the best fan for my needs, gave me some hints for a good install and then offered to help me with tech support, including his number, if I ran into any trouble.



It’s great. I’ve used it often while on shore power and boondocking. It’s quiet and haven’t had any trouble with rain.


Installation went smoothly although you should add an hour or more for removing the existing sealant when replacing an old fan.
The fan works great to move air out of the camper, which is what I was looking for. The automatic turn on works great, although we have not used it a lot because we were dry camping. We have used various speeds depending on conditions.
A great upgrade over the small single speed fan that took about 1/4 of the vent opening.



Continues to work well. High speed is slightly loud, 70 or less is not noticeable. Have traveled with the cover open and fan off with no apparent damage.


Initially I was real apprehensive about getting this fan installed on my 16’ Casita. Not because I didn’t want the fan, believe me I did. The specifications alone were impressive, but the ability to run it like a ceiling fan, with the vent closed was hands down the most impressive feature. Something my little Dachshund Cinnamon would surely attest to. The front mounted ac unit in the 16’ Casita benifits greatly from this fan, it circulates the air better, cools things quicker and, helps maintain the temperature better. There is little information about putting this on a Casita, much less a 16’ one, but I’m happy with my decision to do so. This fan is awesome, and Etrailer was very helpful with information on my purchase. Another note was that I’m happy Terry my installer did this project, the factory installed Fan was riveted in from the top, and removing it wouldn’t have been a typical by the book procedure. Thanks George J. I’m one happy camper, and that’s without mentioning the remote control, air flow on low settings, great price, fast delivery, or quietness of the product.
A. McCord
Sgt. US Army Ret.



Still going strong. I can’t say enough positive things about this fan. It’s hard to imagine life without it. The air flow created by using this fan with a cracked window is impressive, and that’s without placing it on the highest setting, something I rarely do unless it’s to cool things off while away.


Works as advertised and easy to install. My Winnebago View had a version of this fan behind cab but only outflow. I moved that to the bath and installed the new reversible fan in its place. Now I have better bath ventilation and combined with the inflow from the forward fan I don’t need to run the A/C as much.


I am still happy with the 7500K fan a year later. Installation was straightforward - removing the existing vent (and cleaning off the caulk) was the hardest part. I like the way the unit attaches to the mounting ring, so it can be easily removed if needed. I did not have a problem aligning the screw holes as another reviewer encountered. The fan is in the bath above the shower and we run it on low to remove the humidity when showering. I mounted the remote control on the wall where it has a direct line-of-sight path to the fan, so we don't ever need to take the remote out of the wall cradle. One problem with the fan is that when it is off it still has a current draw of about 20 ma (per the factory). My travel trailer does not have a battery disconnect, so that 20 ma draw is enough to discharge the battery over many months in storage. To correct this, I installed a toggle switch on the fan (see photo) which I can use to totally power down the unit. A second complaint I have relates to "auto mode" where the fan shuts off at a preset temperature. I planned to use this at night, to have the fan cool off my RV until it reaches a nice temperature, and then shut off. Problem is that when the temperature is reached, not only does the fan shut off, but the lid automatically closes. The lid closing is noisy enough to wake us up. As a result, I find auto mode to be pretty useless. But overall, the fan is quiet, moves a good amount of air, and can be left open rain or shine (I leave it open in storage to get some air circulation). Finally, I made current draw measurements at each speed, which some folks might find useful: OFF ~10 mA, 1 ~100 mA, 2 ~150 mA, 3 ~230 mA, 4 ~350 mA, 5 ~500 mA, 6 ~700 mA, 7 ~950 mA, 8 ~1.30 A, 9 ~1.6 A, 10 ~2.4 A.


I was looking to replace the ceiling vent in our fifth wheel with an electric fan with remote, so I wouldn’t have to use a step stool to open and close the vent. Since the stock vent had no electrical running to it, I had to find a 12v source near it that was not on a switched circuit and that could handle the amperage draw. I had a light above the sink and decided to pull out the microwave to see if 12v wires ran behind it. I was fortunate enough to find 12v wires running through the microwave cabinet, so I used a steel fish tape and ran my Wires through the ceiling to the top cabinet and down through to the microwave cabinet and spiced the new wires to the existing 12v wires. I really thought this install was going to be a lot harder, but it was really easy and took less than two hours. I can only give the fan four stars, because fan really hasn’t been used much yet, but so far I really like it.


I installed the Maxxfan Deluxe 7500 in place of my factory bathroom vent fan in my Winnebago View. This was a great upgrade as it now provides air circulation throughout my motorhome vs. just being a bathroom vent. The installation was easy as it fit in the same opening with just some slight trimming of interior trim due to the wider interior bezel. The automatic temperature option as well as the ability to control the unit with a remote control makes it very easy to use.


This is the second install of a MaxxFan for me. The one pictured was done earlier this year in my daughters Transit Connect. What a great little fan! It was a challenge getting this fan to fit along with 200 watts of solar panels. In the end, I couldn't be happier with the results. It looks and functions perfectly! Finishing it off inside with the headliner in place was also challenging, but it looks terrific inside and out.
She's currently living the vanlife somewhere out west. I hear all the time how great the fan works in keeping the temperature comfortable. The best feature of this fan compared to it's competitor, is that you don't need to worry about leaving it open during foul weather, or driving down the highway with it open, for that matter. With "brand-X" you better close it during rain, and make sure its closed while driving.

Because I was so impressed how her fan installed, works, and looks, it was a no brainer getting another one for my current van build, (a 2015 full size Transit Wagon.) This time I got the Deluxe version with remote control.

One more thing. DO GET THE ADAPTER !!! Look on eBay, you'll find it. It makes life so easy installing this fan, or even brand-X... He tells you to use Urethane Window Adhesive (From Napa) for the installation. We did on the first one, and it worked OK. I've used 3M 4200 Marine sealant on other stuff, and it's awesome. I will skip using the Urethane this next time, and use 4200 exclusively. If you use 3M 5200, its' also great stuff, but be advised, it will not come off of anything without being cut, or ground off. The 4200 can be removed with acetone. Also, DO use the GE Sealant they talk about here, great stuff. And, the DICOR self-leveling sealant is great stuff as well.
Shipping was quick and on time! Bridgette with eTrailer is awesome! Thanks Bridgette. Price can't be beat.
Good luck to all on your Van builds.


We dry camp mostly and AC will not run off of solar power. The Max Fan Vent will help move air in or out of the camper. I also have a small space heater that runs on our propane. The ceiling fan feature will be a nice way to maximize the effects of the heater. The furnace is fine when it is freezing out but uses much propane. The little heater is just fine for those cool evenings and chilly mornings. The Max Fan will make it even better.


This fan is wonderful! I replaced a fantastic fan that was already on my Used RV. The fan was giving me trouble, So I did my research and instead of replacing with another fantastic fan, I choose the MAXXFAN. It was a complete unit replacement. Very easy to do, Took less than an Hour. It's my number 1 recommendation to all my friends that are in need of an upgrade or replacement.

Robert J.




After a year a small amount of stickiness to open after sitting closed for a several months. Very quiet and for a small Sprinter camper it works as designed. I seldom run it at full power which is about 45 watts. Usually about 20% which only uses about 12 watts. Nice to have the multiple settings. In a small van like this I probably could have gotten by with the manual only model. But the remote has temperatures on its display so that is nice to have. All in all a well made product.


I replaced the factory installed vent fan in my Winnebago Micro Minnie 2106DS with the Maxxair Fan 7500k. I did the work myself and found it very easy to do. I love the the Maxxair it really moves the air and the design with the rain shield is absolutely brilliant! I’m going to replace the other vent at the opposite end of the trailer. [Thumbs up]


Our second travel trailer, our second Maxxfan Deluxe! Instillation very easy. Performance is awesome. Love the variable speeds and how much air is moved. Karen at etrailer was extremely helpful in processing my order.


I finally decided to get the Maxxfan Deluxe 7500k. Because of customer comments I chose etrailer I placed my order online and shortly after was called be etrailer to verify my order. The Maxxfan Deluxe 7500k arrived two days later! Installation is very simple and performance is Super. I highly recommend etrailer primarily because their desire to get you what you want is superb.


Pretty solid fan overall. Love the features except for the tight tolerances on the voltage allowed for the fan. On my trailer the fan is tied in with the ceiling light circuit in the area. If lights are on and fan is trying to run at higher speeds, voltage on that line drops to around 12.2 volts DC and triggers an alarm in the fan and it shuts down. Many people have struggled with these circuit boards and protection circuits on these fans for this very same reason. Sure wish there was a solution to an almost perfect product.


I love the way it looks but when I have raised and lowered it binds up on the right side. There is a plastic tab on the right side that sticks out far enough to cause the up and down movement to be stuck. It’s for that reason that I’ll either leave the vent open or closed a longtime. I’ll only raise and lower the vent manually because by remote I feel I’ll burn the motor out.

Otherwise I know this is better than the average vent on the market.


I like the design. We had a Fan-Testic and it worked very well also. However I prefer the Maxx because I don't have to rely on a sensor to close it. It can stay open without us worrying about rain getting in.

Rick M.


Still going strong. Were able to run off our batteries to keep the camper cool.Low power draw so if the night is cool enough we can use it rather than the AC.


This Maxxfan was an absolute breeze ?? to install. This fan has so many functions along with the great price makes the upgrade an easy decision.


Great addition to our travel trailer. Fast delivery and great support. Will probably put in another in the bathroom. Etrailer is the best!


The fan fit great on the roof. Nice to have it still operable when raining. Had to shorten the interior trim piece but was easy. One of the best investments in the trailer.


Love these fans ! The reverse fan feature is great for bringing in cool air into our fifth wheel OR pulling inside air out. Works great to move steam outside from showering or cooking. The remote is super handy for the high ceiling in our living space - no stool needed !
I had existing fans of this exact model, one had a broken lid and the other had a bad board. I ordered one fan and used parts to make 2 working fans. Took me less than an hour to swap and change parts and have them working again.

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