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HD-4
Color Display
User Manual
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    HD-4 Color Display User Manual ENGLISH...

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    Please contact your nearest Honda dealer if you require any further assistance. It is the owner’s sole responsibility to install and use the equipment in a manner that will not cause collisions, personal injury or property damage.

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    Warranty This warranty is limited to Honda Marine parts, accessories and apparel when distributed by American Honda Motor Co., Inc., 1919 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, California 90501-2746. Length of Warranty: (from date of original retail purchase): Non-commercial - 12 months Commercial - 3 months Government - 3 months See the Distributor’s Limited Warranty section on...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction This manual is a reference guide for operating the Honda HD-4 Color Display. Important text that requires special attention is emphasized as follows: Note:  Used to draw attention to a comment or important information. For your safety Your safety and the safety of others are very important.

  • Page 6: Software

    NOTICE. This word means: Notice: Your display/gauge, other property or the environment can be damaged if you don’t follow instructions. Software This manual is written for: Honda HD-4 Color Display software version 1.0 Please check www.marine.honda.com for details on release version. Introduction |...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Software Honda HD-4 Color Display Display and keys Default display pages Page transition Initial setup Select languauge Time Units Vessel Setup Engine Display Setup Gauge Limits Pop-Ups Setup Operation Menu operation Page menu Settings Backlight Display group Backlight level...

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    Simulate Restore defaults Forced factory reset Files Connecting a Micro-USB device Export system settings Import system settings Software About Remote device software upgrade HD-4 Color Display software upgrade Maintenance Specifi cations Distributor’s Limited Warranty Contents | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 9: Honda Hd-4 Color Display

    Honda HD-4 Color Display The Honda HD-4 Color Display is a NMEA 2000® networked gauge that displays the vessel’s engine data and fuel tank information. It can also display instrument data including speed, depth, heading, position, wind and environmental data measured by optional sensors and other equipment connected to the network.

  • Page 10: Default Display Pages

    See the Pages section of this manual for more information on page setup and confi guration. Page transition Use the UP/DOWN keys to scroll through the active pages. Honda HD-4 Color Display | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 11: Initial Setup

    Use the UP/DOWN keys to scroll through the options. Press the ENTER key to select an option to update. Press the ENTER key again to exit the option. Select NEXT to save the selections. Honda HD-4 Color Display | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 12: Units

     Note: When entering the Total Fuel Capacity, press the ENTER key to advance to the next digit.  Note: These settings are applied to all devices on the network. 10 | Honda HD-4 Color Display | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 13: Engine Display Setup

    Installation. Use the UP/DOWN keys to scroll through the options.  Note: These limits are a visual guide on the display and do not set alarms. Select OK to save the selections. | 11 Honda HD-4 Color Display | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 14: Pop-ups Setup

    The example below shows a Red Line Start setting of 6,000 RPM. The table below shows the factory rev limit for Honda outboards equipped with NMEA 2000®. Model Redline RPM BF40 ~ BF90 6,000 BF100 6,300 BF115 ~ BF225 6,000...

  • Page 15: Operation

    All page menus have a Settings option. Any other option refers to the current page. Settings The Settings menu is where display options, display settings, system settings, source selection and calibration can be accessed. | 13 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 16: Backlight

    Example: Access Key beeps dialog via the settings menu.  Note: Pressing the MENU key once returns you to the previous menu. Backlight There are two methods of adjusting the gauge backlight. Via the menu 14 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 17: Display Group

    Display group will also change to Night Mode.  Note: Gauge night mode cannot be changed via a Multi-Function Display. Night mode color Changes the Night mode color palette. | 15 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 18: Static Gauge

    GPS, paddle wheel, Pitot) Depth (Requires depth data on the network) Fuel economy Fuel fl ow  Note: When data from two engines is displayed, only RPM, Engine trim and Engine block temp are shown. 16 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 19: Default Fi Xed Data Pages

    Dynamic data fi eld Motoring dynamic data fi eld priority order Speed (Speed Over Ground preferred. Requires GPS, paddle wheel, Pitot) Depth (Requires depth data on the network) Vessel fuel economy Vessel fuel rate | 17 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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     Note: Vessel fuel remaining will only be shown when fuel fl ow data is available and a fuel stor- age device such as a Fuel Data Manager is on the network. 18 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    Engine Description Description Dynamic data fi elds Static gauge Engine dynamic data fi eld priority order Engine block temp Alternator voltage Engine hours Engine trim | 19 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 22: Template Pages

    Single gauge (with RPM) 2x2 grid (with RPM) 2x1 grid (with RPM) 2x2 (bars) grid (with RPM) Quad bars (with RPM) Single gauge (full screen) 2x1 grid (full screen) 2x2 grid (full screen) 20 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 23: Enabling/disabling A Page

    Press the ENTER key on the desired page to open the Enabled/Replace dialog. Press the ENTER key to toggle On/Off . Replacing/adding a page Select the page you want to add/replace. Press the ENTER key to open the Enabled/Replace dialog. | 21 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 24: Confi Guring Page Data

    Select the desired fi eld. Select the desired data type from the menu options. Once selected, a check mark appears in the check box and the gauge will revert to the page. 22 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 25: Autoscroll

    If a data type is selected but there is no sensor information on the network, the gauge will show as ---. AutoScroll Select AutoScroll from the pages menu. AutoScroll time can be set between 1 and 10 seconds. | 23 Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 26: Trip Log

    GPS is not present. No Trip Log information is recorded while the Trip Log is stopped. Start/Stop Trip Log Starts/Stops the trip log recording. Reset Trip Log Resets all trip log information to zero. 24 | Operation | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 27: Refueling

    The number of tanks and fuel capacity can be updated using the Vessel Setup page in the installation menu, or by using the initial set-up wizard. Go to the Refuel dialog via the Settings menu. | 25 Refueling | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 28: Adding Fuel

    (continuous recording).  Note: If more than one engine is on the network, then the Fuel Used data shown is the total for all engines. It also lists the data for each engine. 26 | Refueling | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 29: Fuel Used Reset

    You can reset the total for one engine or all engines. Reset option Description None Returns to Fuel Used page Trip Reset Trip fuel used only Seasonal Reset Seasonal fuel used only Both Reset Trip and Seasonal fuel used | 27 Refueling | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 28 | Refueling | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 31: Settings

    Engine overheat ACG / Charge indicator Check engine / General engine faults / Engine or its related system faults Warning - Engine malfunction - Check active alarms for available information Maintenance Required | 29 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 32: System Alarms

    If a sensor is connected to the network, you can enable alarms by selecting them from the list in the Alarm Settings menu. Enabling an alarm (alarm on/off ) Turns an alarm on or off via the Alarm Settings menu. 30 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 33: Alarms Setting Status

    Select the next level down in the menu to show the alarm status Alarm limits Some alarms may feature an adjustable limit. Select the alarm and set the limit in the Alarm Settings menu. | 31 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 34: Alarm Indication

    In some cases the alarm icon remains on the gauge until the fault is resolved. Active Alarms Lists active alarms on the network. These alarms will be present until the alarm instance is cleared. 32 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 35: Alarm History

    Alarm details Select an alarm instance to show more details of that specifi c occurrence and the action taken. Clear Alarm History Open Alarm History list. Press the ENTER key. Select Clear all. | 33 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 36: Engine Alarm Settings

    Alarm Siren When enabled, an audible alarm sounds when an instance is triggered. Note:  The relevant sensor must be on the network for the alarm to be enabled. 34 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 37: Damping

    It should only be necessary to update this data if a new source is added, data is missing or removed, a source has been enabled/disabled, a sensor replaced or after a network reset. | 35 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    Device list Shows a list of all devices connected to the network. Selecting a device in this list brings up additional details and actions. 36 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 39: Confi Gure

    Calibration options vary depending on the device. Diagnostics NMEA 2000® Bus diagnostic data on the network. Units Set the unit of measurement for how you want the data to be displayed. | 37 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 40: Decimal Places

    This is not a network function. You need to change all gauges separately. Note:  The unit automatically restarts once the lan- guage is selected. Time Set the preferred time/date format and the Local time off set. 38 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 41: Simulate

    Forced factory reset If the gauge does not respond to the normal restore procedures, press and hold the UP/DOWN keys while powering the unit on. A beep signifi es the reset has been completed. | 39 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 42: Files

    Each gauge on the network needs to be up- graded individually. Connecting a Micro-USB device Remove the USB cover from the rear of the gauge. Insert a USB Micro USB adaptor and mass storage device. 40 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 43: Export System Settings

    Select the Settings.iset fi le from the USB memory, the details dialog will appear. Press the ENTER key to confi rm import. Note:  Importing system settings overwrites all existing system settings and restarts the gauge! | 41 Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 44: Software

    Connect the portable storage device to the micro USB slot. Select the update fi le from the USB memory. When the details dialog appears, press the ENTER key. Press the ENTER key again to confi rm upgrade. 42 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 45: Hd-4 Color Display Software Upgrade

    The upgrade progress dialog will appear. Press the ENTER key when the upgrade is complete. HD-4 Color Display software upgrade Verify the software version via the About dialog. Save the latest .upd fi le to a USB mass storage device.

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    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 44 | Settings | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 47: Maintenance

    Make sure that none of the keys are stuck in the down position. Checking the connector The connector should be checked by visual inspection only. Ensure that the cable is connected correctly and the USB port cover is in place. | 45 Maintenance | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 46 | Maintenance | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 49: Specifi Cations

    White (day mode) Red/Green/Blue (night mode) Environmental IPX7 Protection Safe distance to 0.3 m (1.0 ft) compass Temperature Operating -15 to +55ºC (+5 to +131ºF) Storage -25 to +65ºC (-13 to +149ºF) | 47 Specifi cations | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 48 | Specifi cations | Honda HD-4 User manual...

  • Page 51: Distributor's Limited Warranty

    Distributor’s Limited Warranty Accessories and Replacement Parts This warranty is limited to Honda Marine parts, accessories and apparel when distributed by American Honda Motor Co., Inc., 1919 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, California 90501-2746. Length of Warranty: (from date of original retail...

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    What American Honda Will Repair or Replace Under Warranty: American Honda will repair or replace, at its option, any marine product accessories or replacement parts that are proven to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use during the applicable warranty time period.

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    Installing parts and accessories on non-Honda products or engines voids this warranty. Disclaimer of consequential damage and limitation of implied warranties: American Honda disclaims any responsibility for loss...

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    NOTES 52 | Distributor’s Limited Warranty | Honda HD-4 User manual...

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    POM54790.MID.160.2017.03 www.marine.honda.com...

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