Solar Vent Day/ Night SS

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Ventilator solar powered with battery and switch that circulates fresh air in boat cabin eliminating mould, mildew and musty air.
  • Powered by natural light, operates without wires or batteries
  • Stainless steel cover
  • 24 hour ventilation with built in rechargeable battery and switch
  • Rechargeable battery that allows for 24 hour continuous operations
  • No wiring required
  • Moves 25m3 of air per hour in or out of boat or RV
  • 216mm outside diameter
  • 70mm high
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Have existing similar solar vents , now 7 years old and worn out, ex Burnsco. Wish to replace them.
What is the deck cut out hole size for this UPC28387 vent?
Thanks so much.
Question by: Taupo Boating Co on 27/10/2021, 9:16 am
Approx 120mm cutout needed for this solar vent
Answer by: Website Customer Service (AL) on 27/10/2021, 4:07 pm

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Does this solar vent meet requirements for a camper with two burner gas cooker to comply for self containment certificate
Question by: Graeme Drewery on 20/11/2021, 9:52 am
A self containment certificate deals with water and waste handling not gas appliances and ventillation. Any gas appliance must meet appropriate NZ/Aus standards and should be installed by a registered gas technician.
This solar vent moves 25 m3 of air per hour. Please consult a specialist gas appliance installer for certification and ventillation legal requirements
Answer by: Website Customer Service (AL) on 22/11/2021, 9:52 am

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I've looked at the photos you've provided but can't locate the on/off switch....is it seperate from the vent or located on it.
Question by: Cindy on 18/04/2024, 8:06 pm
There is an push on/off switch located inside the vent. You can press easily with a finger, thanks.
Answer by: Website Customer Service (JW) (Admin) on 19/04/2024, 10:21 am

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