Suppose you have an RV. It has a number of fixed, factory installed onboard loads - lights, heating, hot plate, etc. It also has some NEMA 5-15 receptacles.
The RV is wired with an "inlet" or a cord, which goes into a receptacle at the home or RV park or campsite.
Normally, if a circuit has receptacles, the fixed loads on that circuit can't be more than 50% of circuit capacity.
Is that also true for RVs? That is to say: Does the presence of a 120V/30A plug/inlet imply that the fixed loads in the RV only draw 15A max?