My '84 Scamp
has 110v power for one light
(florescent), the fridge
, and the power outlets. It also had a battery for separate 12v lights
. Unlike most RVs, it did not come with a converter. I'm. It sure how the battery was to be charged originally. The fridge
can also run on propane, as well as the stove. Technically, the fridge
could also run on 12v provided by the tow vehicle, but it was never wired up to do so.
I removed the batter on the to tongue, as it was shot when I bought it. I re-wired the 12v system to run on a jump start pack. I also added a 12v outlet for charging cell phones and such. I replaced the 12v incandescent lights
If I spent weeks at a time in the Scamp
, I would probably want a larger battery. However, the jump pack pasts for many days, so it is enough for my weekend excursions. The jump pack is also a work light
, air compressor, and 400w inverter. It can charge off of 110 or 12v.
There are a lot of different ways that these campers can be set up for power.