Converting the advertised watt hours to amps hours equals around 125 amp hours of capacity. Can you run an RV with it? Yes, depending on the definition of run. Air conditioner, probably, but not for long. Recharge? Depends on how much you take out and what you are using to recharge. If you are sucking out a lot of capacity, you'll need something large enough to stuff it back in.
One mistake a beginner makes when calculating input/output is to forget to figure in the charging loss by things that are running during the day. You need to figure net charging, not just what the panels are putting out. So, to run an air conditioner during the day, you need enough excess charging capacity to run the load PLUS charge the battery from the night before. For just running an air conditioner, that's about 1200-1500 watts PLUS whatever you need to put into the batteries. I've never seen a set of folding panels anywhere near that large. The bad thing about air conditioners is you need them at the same time you charge your batteries.
Certainly, if you want something in a box that can run many common loads without a physical install, AND you have the room for some properly sized folding panels, then sure. It could work.
Like any solar system the real answer is: It depends. Take your expected camping style and do you best to do an energy audit, then do the math and see what you get. Since these are batteries and inverters in a box, the math is the same - Ah out vs Ah in.
One thing about built in system is once they are installed, they are there. Nothing to lift, carry, or store. With some forethought the system can be expandable in the future. I started off 10 years ago needing something so I could go four days on a remote hilltop at an astronomy conference. Just needed to keep the propane refrigerator going, run the water pump and a few LED lights. Bought a larger deep cycle battery and added a 90 watt panel and cheap controller. It didn't fully recharge the battery but did extend it's run time long enough to make it through the conference. I've since graduation to full time RVing and have a large enough system to boondock where my holding tanks are the limitation - but still no air conditioners - fans yes. That said, I just bought a smaller unit so I can throw the telescope in the car and take off to a remote site. It's big enough to run my scope and laptop for imaging at night, and to run a fan when it's hot. I got a set of folding panels for recharging. Even with that I did the math, researching the draws of my various equipment and the fan. I've installed my main system so I was going to build myself a small portable set-up. Then I decided there's something to be said just writing a check and having it arrive in a box.
As for a more direct answer to your question. You might not find an answer here because running any RV off one of these batteries isn't mainstream. You'd be better off finding something like a Van Life or backcountry RV camping forum.
Tom and Pris M. along with Buddy the 17 year old Siamese cat
1998 Safari Serengeti 3706, 300HP Cat 3126 Allison 3060, 900 watts of Solar.
Dragging four telescopes around the US in search of dark skies.