Stabilizer jacks can take a lot of cranking to raise or lower. This adds precious time to the setup and take down of your popup. Thankfully, a common cordless drill can accelerate this process into only taking a few seconds.
Your stabilizer jacks remain “manual” (or un-powered). But a scissor jack socket inserted into your drill makes lowering and raising your stabilizer jacks fast and easy.
Remember, these jacks aren’t for leveling but are only for lowering down to the ground to stabilize your popup camper. You can damage the frame by having too much pressure from the stabilizer jacks and should use a BAL tire leveller instead for leveling.
I highly recommend a low speed drill with a clutch to avoid over cranking the jacks. I happen to use the Dewalt DC970K-2.