VELIT 2000R - 12V / 24V / 48V - Rooftop Air Conditioner

This super-efficient DC-powered rooftop air conditioner is designed from the ground up to maximize the comfort of your outdoor adventure. With the DC-powered twin-cylinder rotor compressor, Velit 2000R draws as low as 20A (at 12V) and is able to deliver fresh cool air to you at up to 126F for an extended period of time without needing a giant inverter which is required for traditional RV ACs. It also has a slim profile with only 7” of clearance and can easily fit in the standard 14x14 rooftop cutouts. 

This is a complete kit. For van installs or other uneven surfaces,  you need to purchase the sealant separately.  Sealant is not required for flat surface installs such as RV roofs. 

Inside the box:
  • AC unit
  • Mounting brackets
  • Sealing gasket
  • Mounting hardware
  • Interior trim panel
  • Remote
  • 15ft wiring harness with in-line fuse (6AWG for 12V, 8AWG for 24V)
  • User manual

* One-year limited warranty




Input Voltage


Operating Current


Cooling Capacity


Air Flow Rate

250 CFM

Rated Power



R134a 750g

Power Consumption 

Eco mode: 250-300W

Turbo mode: 400-680W

Noise Level

Eco mode: 45dB

Boost mode:58dB

Roof Unit Dimension


Inner Unit Dimension





Can I install a RV air conditioner myself?

  • While it is possible to install an RV air conditioner yourself, it is recommended that you hire a professional to ensure that it is installed correctly and safely.

Can I use my RV air conditioner while driving?

  • Yes, you can use your RV air conditioner while driving, but it is recommended that you only use it on generator power and not on battery power to avoid draining the battery.

What size RV air conditioner do I need?

  • The size of the RV air conditioner you need depends on the size of your RV and the climate in which you will be using it. A general rule of thumb is to have one 13,500 BTU air conditioner for every 350 square feet of living space.

Can I run my RV air conditioner on solar power?

  • Yes, it is possible to run an RV air conditioner on solar power, but it requires a large solar panel system and battery bank. It is also important to note that running an air conditioner on solar power may drain the battery quickly.

How often should I clean my RV air conditioner filters?

  • RV air conditioner filters should be cleaned or replaced at least once a month during heavy use to maintain proper airflow and performance.



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