I have a '23 Hawk SHELL model on order, it has propane heater and stove option but nothing else. I didn't realize that it has no shore power like the more dressed out models and I thinking I will need to connect to shore power to keep batteries maintained over long winter storage periods when the motor won't be running and the solar won't be getting any sun. The camper will have the dual 6V AGM batteries so won't be needing one of the outer vents for outgassing and I understand from other topics here I can use a shore power plug in that spot.
From that point however I don't know what exact parts or steps I need to do to get things hooked up to the existing system to charge the batteries. I am fairly technically oriented and know how to run and terminate wiring in general, just not sure what connection or components I need. Probably a convertor? It would be nice to be able to power the interior accessories while hooked to shore power also but that is 2nd priority to keeping the batteries maintained during storage.
Thanks for any pointers y'all can provide.