Installing 12V RV Fridge and Vent Cooling Fans from Titan

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Three years ago, I installed several different RV cooling fan products from a Taiwanese company called Titan. The fans weren’t exactly on the cheap side but decent quality and rated IP55 for water and dust resistance. They have performed well over the 3 years, helping to keep our absorption RV refrigerator cooling well even during hot spells.

So when Titan recently contacted me asking if I could try out their newest versions of the fans, I happily accepted the offer. Some of the new features include timer settings and a wireless remote. They also have released a brand new product offering, a small rechargeable lithium battery power fan designed to circulate air inside the fridge.

(Fair Disclosure: I received the Titan fans free of charge. However, I’m not an affiliate for Titan, and I received no monetary compensation for the video – Ray)

Installation of Titan Fridge Vent Cooling Fans

In this video, I install the latest generation of Titan RV fridge vent fans. I have been using earlier versions, and they have performed well. I show how I mechanically attach the new fans plus the 12V electrical hookup. Also included are demos of the fans in action.

Pricing is a little on the high side, but I can’t fault the quality and quietness of the fans. The fans also include controller modules with manual and auto modes. Some even have a timer function.

Installation of Titan RV Roof Vent Fan

In this video, I install a TITAN Roof Fan 12V DC 140mm Double Reversible Roof Window fan with Wireless Controller. The Titan product is designed more for a European-type motorhome/RV, so I needed to do mods to our fifth wheel trailers vent shroud to get it mounted. For power, I tapped into a nearby 12V light fixture.

At the end of the video, I also give you a quick look at another Titan product I’m reviewing. It’s a small rechargeable lithium battery-powered fan that goes inside the fridge to circulate the air. The fan did come with batteries included. So the easiest way for me to acquire the 18650 lithium cells was to buy an LED flashlight that came with 8 of them and a charger.

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Titan RV Fridge Fan Update – DIY Power Mod using a DROK DC-DC Buck Converter instead of Batteries

In this video, I update you on how the little Titan fridge fan has performed and show you a mod I’m trying out as an alternate method of powering the fan. I found the batteries included with the flashlight I bought underperformed their rating. Instead of getting 144 hours run time at medium speed, I got about 40. So I decide to install a DC-DC buck converter and hook it to my 12VDC RV circuits. The output of the converter I set to 3.6VDC to match the batteries it normally calls for.

Disclaimer: Working with electricity is dangerous. The following installation mod I describe should be performed by a qualified RV technician or electrician. Doing it yourself could cause you serious injury or death and may void your RV warranty and insurance. This video is for entertainment and educational purposes and should not be taken as instructional. I accept no liability. – Ray

Installing 12V RV Fridge and Vent Cooling Fans from Titan

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