Your numbers are seriously inflated. I am not sure where you got them, perhaps from the power bricks supplied for some of them but these are never the actual power drawn by the device they power.
I made extensive measurements of my astrophotography rig plus all of the different mounts I have and run days and days of tests at my home observatory and out in the field actually taking images and can assure you that your rig will not consume anything like what you have listed. Here is a summary of the current at 12V for multiple mounts during tracking and high speed dual axes slews. You do not need to size you total power for the HS slews as those only occur during setup and not during the imaging session. But, you do have to take the HS slews into account when sizing the total current capacity and cable size of your setup.
Now, for the other components, I carefully measured the current and power used by each in my setup. While mine are not identical to yours, unless you have some very exotic camera, focuser, etc. expect your numbers to be similar to mine. In my case, my Jacker power supply is regulated and puts out 13.1V so you can simply multiply the numbers in the table by 1.1 (13.1V/12V) if you power supply is regulated at 12V. Most are higher than that and typical lead acid batteries are not regulated but start at ~12.8V and fall of to ~11.8V where they are dead. You can find the full details of my measurements and how long my Jackery lasted using different versions of my setup in my review on my web site. Just scroll down till you see the review of the Jackery solar generator.
While my measurements do not include the ASIAIR since I do not own one, it is simply the equivalent of my Pegasus power/USB hub and a Raspberry Pi combined. I took a look at its specs and it say it takes 2-6A at 12V. That means it is including power to you camera, EAW,EAF, mount and its own Raspberry Pi at 6A. You do not need to double count the currents. 6A x 12V = 72W will be the top end of the power you need if you use the full capacity of the ASIAIR. The EAW and EAF will draw less than 0.5A and only when you engage them which will be infrequently. Even though I have not measured your mount exactly, I am sure it will not draw more than 0.5A when tracking. If your camera is uncooled, expect it to draw less than 0.5A at 12V. If cooled assume 2A at maximum cooling. What I don't know is how much power the Raspberry Pi uses itself, but I am guessing less than 35W at 12V. So, if using a cooled camera I would estimate: 3+ 2 + 0.5 + 0.02 + 0.02 ~ 6A or 72W total. The 1000Wh Jackery or similar will give you 10 hrs. If using an uncooled camera then 3 + 0.5 + 0.02 + 0.02 ~ 4A or 48W. The Jackery 500Wh or similar will give you 10hrs.
Let us know if you have more questions.
Edited by CA Curtis 17, 14 February 2021 - 10:30 AM.