First, there have been a lot of threads on wind and solar. There is probably more information than you can use already in the archives
Now to your question. To some extent your output will depend on your cruising grounds. The amount of sun and wind you experience where you cruise
. But I don't believe your 200 watt wind gen and 125 watt solar will handle your daily requirements considering the size of your house bank. The rule
of thunb is that you divide your solar watts by 3 and that is your daily output in AH's for a full-sun day. So your 125 watts will likely only get you 40AH's per day.
We also have an 800 AH bank. We just installed an air breeze. We have a separate fridge and freezer
, and running both I assume daily consumption
to be around 100 amps given a 50% duty cycle. That doesn't consider the other daily requirements like electronics
, etc. We had a weekend trial run while sitting at the dock
, SC a couple weeks ago. It was pretty breezy for here maybe 15ish, and we would get 3-4 amps in a gust. The air breeze would not by itself keep up with the fridge and freezer
when they were both running. One or the other yes, but not both.
FYI we also have a solar rig that we are about to install. We have 2X 135watt Kyocera
panels and a 25 amp Blue Sky controller. I'm anxious to see what we get out of them. Ideally I think I would have more solar, but we are hopeful that between the wind and solar it will in total handle our daily nut, which we calculate to be about 200 AH per day.