Get a couple of 12v LED fluros for lighting, as for the charging and running of the others, your gunna need some way of keepin charge up to the battery in the camper, a small solar panel (20watts) will trickle charge it during the day, idealy you should have a contoller to charge the battery from the car as well, this way it can be charged while driving to the camp spot your going too, the controller can be in the camper if you don't want a dual battery system in the car.
I have a controller in my camper that charges the camper battery while driving, it is isolated when the ignition is off, if you need too you can just hook the car up and charge the camper battery via the car by leaving it running for 30mins
Charging the camper battery at home is just a matter of plugging the battery on to a 240v 3 stage charger, these charger bring the battery to full charge then trickle charge it to maintain it at full charge untill your next trip.
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