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Thank you for choosing Humminbird, Americas #1 name in depthsounders. Humminbird has built its reputation by designing and manufacturing top-quality, thoroughly reliable marine equipment. Your Humminbird is designed for trouble-free use in even the harshest marine environment. In the unlikely event that your Humminbird does require repairs, we offer an exclusive Service Guarantee free of charge during the first year after purchase, and available at a reasonable rate after the one year period. Complete details are included at the end of this manual. We encourage you to read this operations manual carefully in order to get full benefit from all the features and uses of your Humminbird product. Also, to register your purchase and help us learn more about you, please fill out the warranty registration card at the back of this manual. WARNING! This device should not be used as a navigational aid to prevent collision, grounding, boat damage, or personal injury. When the boat is moving, water depth may change too quickly to allow time for you to react. Always operate the boat at very slow speeds if you suspect shallow water or submerged objects.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1: GENERAL INFORMATION How Sonar Works Transducer Exchange Section 2: INSTALLATION Parts Supplied Transducer Installation
Transom Mounting Inside The Hull Mounting Installing the HDR 600 Testing the Installation Section 3: USING THE HDR 600 What You See On Screen Control Functions Section 5: MAINTENANCE AND WARRANTY Maintenance Troubleshooting Warranty Service Policy Specifications
GENERAL INFORMATION HOW SONAR WORKS HOW SONAR WORKS Sonar uses sound waves to determine the presence of underwater objects. The time measured between the transmission of the sound wave, and the reception of any reflection can be used to determine distance. Analysis of the reflected signal can be used to determine location, size, composition, etc.
Humminbird products consist of two primary components: the sonar unit and the transducer. The sonar unit contains the transmitter and receiver, as well as the user controls and display. The transducer is smounted beneath the water surface and converts electrical energy from the transmitter into mechanical pulses or sound waves. The transducer also receives the reflected sound waves and converts them back into electrical signals for the display on the sonar unit. The transmit and receive cycle is very fast. A sound wave can travel from the surface to a depth of 240 feet and back again in less than of a second; so it is unlikely that your boat can outrun this sonar signal.
GENERAL INFORMATION TRANSDUCER EXCHANGE As the HDR 600 transducer receives sonar signals, it converts them to a digital depth that is displayed on your HDR 600. The depth reading is continuously updated as you travel across the water. Easy-to-use controls on the HDR 600 allow you to set the SHALLOW ALARM or DEEP ALARM for an audible alert when the boat is in extreme shallow or deep water. The liquid crystal display (LCD) offers sharp viewing, even in bright direct sunlight, and is continuously lit for nighttime operation. NOTE: Actual depth capability depends on such factors as bottom hardness, water conditions, and transducer installation, Units will typically read to deeper depths in fresh water than in salt water. TRANSDUCER EXCHANGE Your HDR 600 comes with everything necessary for installation and operation on most boats. The transducer included, XHS-6-16, is designed to be mounted on the transom of the boat (directly exposed to the water). On fiberglass hull boats, this same transducer can be bonded to the inside of the hull. When mounted inside the hull, the sonar signal actually passes through the hull of the boat. One of these two mounting techniques will produce acceptable results on most boats. There are however several situations which may demand a different type of transducer. Inboard boats, wood or metal hulls, and sailboats create unique transducer mounting needs. The standard transducer can also be adapted to mount on most trolling motors using the ADSTM7. This accessory includes a bracket and hose clamp which allows mounting the transducer to the body of most trolling motors.

Thru-hull mount transducers are also available as direct replacements for the standard transducer. You may exchange your new and unused transducer for another type by returning it to the address of the inside of the rear cover of this manual. Some transducers may have additional costs. Refer to the Accessory catalog or call Customer Support for information on accessory transducers.
INSTALLATION PARTS SUPPLIED Before installing your HDR 600, please ensure thet the following parts are included in the box: HDR 600 Depth sounder Transducer with 20 feet of cable Transducer mounting hardware kit U Bracket and wing nut 2 Cable ties Publications kit
If any of these items is missing, call our toll-free Customer Support Hotline. IN addition to the parts supplied with your Humminbird, you will need the following for installation and operation: A powered hand drill and various drill bits including a 2 1/8 hole saw, if your boat does not have an existing gauge hole Phillips and flat-head screw drivers A ruler or measuring tape Pen or pencil 12 volt power source (your boats battery) A 1-ampfuse A fuse holder (if you are wiring directly to the boats battery) Silicone sealant (for sealing drilled holes) 2-part, slow-cure epoxy (for inside the hull transducer installations)
INSTALLATION TRANSDUCER INSTALLATION Proper mounting of the transducer is essential for consistent operation of your HDR 600. Due to the wide variety of boat hulls being produced, only general instructions are given for transducer installation. Each boat hull represents a unique set of requirements which should be evaluated prior to installation. Your HDR 600 includes an XHS-6-16 transducer. This transducer can either be mounted on the transom of the boat, or bonded to the inside of a fiberglass-hull boat. The transom mount installation places the transducer on the outside of the boat hull. This technique provides the least signal loss, and provides a means for adjustment after installation. The mounting hardware included is designed to protect both the boat and the water or when trailering. Refer to transom mounting for detailed installation instructions. It is possible on many fiberglass-hulled boats to mount the transducer on the inside of the boat hull. Since fiberglass has similar sonar characteristics as water, the sonar signal can pass through the boat hull with minimal loss. The hull of the boat must be single layer construction (not double-hulled). Also, any air trapped in the lamination of the fiberglass would prevent the sonar signal from passing through. Inside the hull installations require no holes to be drilled into the boat and through experimentation, high-speed operation comparable to transom-mounting can be achieved.

TRANSOM MOUNTING

Determining the Proper Location Follow the steps below if you are mounting the transducer on the transom. As a boat moves through the water, turbulence is generated by the weight of he boat, and the thrust of the propeller(s). This turbulent water is normally confined in areas immediately aft of ribs, strakes, and in the immediate area of the propeller(s). It is very important to locate the transducer in an area which is relatively free of turbulent water. If the prop(s) are forward of the transom, it may be impossible to find an area clear from turbulence, and a different mounting technique should be considered. On outboard or inboard/outboard boats it is best to stay at least 15 to the side of the propeller(s). If possible, viewing the transom of the boat while the boat is moving will provide the best means of locating clean water. If maximum high-speed operation is a high priority, this is the recommended method. If this is not possible, select a location on the transom where the hull forward of this location is smooth, flat. And free of protrusions or ribs.

Another consideration is the angle of deadrise. The transducer, when mounted, should point straight down. The design of the transducer will allow a deadrise of 15 degrees and remain pointed straight down. If the deadrise is greater than about 15 degrees it will be necessary to angle the transducer slightly. While this does not significantly degrade performance, you must keep in mind that the readout may be somewhat to one side of the boat. On boats with stepped hulls, it may be possible to mount the transducer on the transom behind a step, as this area of the transom will not be in contact with the water at high speed.
Drilling the Mounting Holes Once you have identified the location, remove the mounting template from the front of this manual. This template provides a means of ensuring that the deadrise of the transom falls within the allowable limits, and it locates the three mounting holes which must be drilled. Hold the template on the transom of the boat in the location you have selected. Align the template vertically, ensuring the lower edge of the transom on either side of the template falls within the
horizontal lines on the template. If not, tilt the template slightly so that the lower edge of the transom falls within the allowable range.
Using a pencil or punch, mark the three mounting holes onto the transom. Using a 5/32 bit, drill the three holes to a depth of approximately 1. On fiberglass hulls, it is best to start with a smaller bit and use progressively larger drill bits to reduce the chance of chipping or flaking the outer coating.
Mounting the Metal Bracket Use a silicone sealant to fill the drilled holes, especially if the holes penetrated the transom wall. Align the metal mounting bracket with the mounting holes. The bracket should be positioned so that the center slot is above the outer two slots. (This bracket and all the other hardware supplied is top quality stainless steel for maximum strength and corrosion protection). Thread the three wood screws into the drilled holes, but do not completely tighten.
Assembling the Transducer Body
Attach the Pivot to the transducer body, as shown in the illustration below, using the two -20 x 5/8 machine screws, toothed washers, and square nuts. The toothed washers must fit on the inside of the transducer ears. The square nuts are prevented from rotating by the pocket in back of the pivot.
Loosely tighten the -20 screws with the Allen wrench (provided) so that the pivot angle can be adjusted,
Installing The Transducer Body To The Boat Slide the assembled transducer into the metal bracket from the bottom, aligning the large hole at the top of the bracket with the hole in the pivot. Insert the pin the pivot holes in the bracket and pivot. The headed pin can be inserted from either side of the bracket. Place the nylon washer over the opposite end of the headed pin. Place the stainless washer over the -20 x 3/8 screw threads and insert into the opposite end of the pin and finger tighten only.

The screw has a thread-locking compound on the threads to prevent loosening, and should not be fully tightened until all adjustments are made.
Adjusting The Running Position Of The Transducer The running position of the transducer is now completely adjustable. Initially, adjust the transducer as described in this manual. Further adjustments may be necessary to tweak the installation after high speed testing. The metal bracket allows height and tilt adjustment, the pivot screws allow angular adjustment. Adjust the angle of the transducer body first, so it is parallel with the hull of the boat, and fully tighten the two pivot screws using the supplied Allen wrench. Access to the pivot screws is provided by the lower holes in the side of the mounting bracket.
Note: On some hulls, it may be necessary to angle the transducer so that the back end is lower than the front. Next, adjust the height of the assembly so the face of the transducer is 1/8 to beneath the bottom of the transom, and fully tighten the three mounting screws. In order to gain access to the mounting screws, the transducer assembly must be pivoted up in the bracket as shown. Be careful not to alter the running angle as some force is necessary to pivot the assembly. If access to the top mounting hole is not possible due to the selected height of the transducer, fully tighten the two lower screws, then simply remove the headed pivot pin and the transducer assembly, and tighten the top screw, then reassemble. Finally, ensure that all mounting screws are fully tightened.
Routing the Cable The transducer cable has a low profile connector that must be routed to the point where the HDR 600 unit will be mounted. Every boat is different and there may be several ways to route the cable. If you choose to pass the cable through the transom of the boat, a 1/3 hole must be drilled above the water line. Fill this hole with silicone sealant, and use the supplied escutcheon plate to dress the entry hole. This will require two #8 x 5/8 screws provided and drilled holes of 9/64. Remember that the transducer can pivot 90 degrees in the bracket should an object be struck, and sufficient cable slack should be allowed for this movement. It is best to route the cable to the side of the transducer so the cable will not be damaged by the rotating transducer. Cable clamps are provided to secure the cable to the transom using the same type of screws as the escutcheon plate.

Inside the boat there is often a channel or conduit used for other wiring, which can be used to route the transducer cable forward. The transducer cable should not be cut or shortened, and care should be used not to damage the cable insulation. Also, be sure to route the cable as far as practical from the antenna cable of VHF radios or tachometer cables to reduce the possibility of interference. If the cable is too short for your application, extension cables are available at a reasonable cost which can extend the transducer cable up to a total of 50 feet. Call Humminbird Customer Support for more information.
INSTALLATION INSTALLING THE HDR 600
Before installing the HDR 600, gather the parts you need: HDR 600, U Bracket, mounting hardware, cable ties and transducer cable. Next, consider where to mount the HDR 600. Try different positions on the console or deck of the boat. Remember that the cables for the transducer and power must reach the mounting location. Extension cables are available. The mounting surface should be visible to the boat operator and adequately supported to protect the HDR 600 from excess wave shock and vibration. Allow at least 2 clearance at the back, sides, and top of the unit for connection, air flow, and ease of removal and installation. Mark the desired location and drill a pilot hole.
Drill a 2 1/8 diameter hole using a hole saw and hand drill. This is a standard hole saw readily available for rental or purchase. Or, any marine service shop can handle this task.
Insert the HDR 600 from the front of the panel. Install the U bracket and wing nut from the rear of the panel ensuring that the face of the HDR 600 is rotated upright. If the panel into which you are mounting the unit is greater than thick, the U bracket may appear too long. You may modify the U bracket by using pliers to break the legs of the U bracket at the score lines. Shorten the bracket gradually to avoid making it too short. Tighten the wing nut to secure the installation. Once the unit is secured to the dash, the buzzer can be secured either to the metal bracket or a nearby wire bundle using the cable ties included.
Plug the transducer cable to the transducer connector. Notice the connector is keyed to prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the plug into the connector. Next, proceed with making the electrical connections. If your boat has an electrical system, there is probably fuse panel in the console area, which can be used to attach the HDR 600 power cable. If a fuse terminal is available, use crimp-on type electrical connectors (not included), which match the terminal on the fuse panel, and attach the black wire to ground, and the red wire to 12 VDC power. Be sure to use a one-amp fuse in the connection, 48 of power cable is included. You may shorten, or lengthen the cable using 18gauge multi-strand copper wire.

CAUTION: Some boats have 24 or 36-volt electric systems. Be sure your HDR 600 is connected to a 12 VDC power supply. If you must wire the HDR 600 directly to a battery, be sure to install an in-line fuse holder and one amp fuse (not included), for the protection of the unit. Humminbird is not responsible for overvoltage or over-current failures. In order to minimize the potential for interference with other marine electronics, particularly VHF radios, it is best to route the transducer cable and the antenna cable as far apart as possible. A separate power source may be necessary to eliminate interference.
USING THE HDR 600 WHAT YOU SEE ON-SCREEN The HDR 600 uses a backlit 7-segment display in conjunction with a 3-button keypad to control all user functions. At initial power-up, the unit will begin normal operation and display the digital depth and the units of measure. Figure 1 shows a typical view you might see on-screen at initial power-up.
CONTROL FUNCTIONS The HDR 600 uses 3 buttons to control the Shallow Alarm, Deep Alarm, Keel Offset, and Units of Measure function. Wile in normal operation, pressing the SET button selects a Function and blinks its corresponding indicator on the display. Once a Function has been selected it may be adjusted by pressing the UP and Down arrow buttons to adjust the setting. Further presses of the SET button will sequentially select the other functions for adjustment. All user settings are remembered by the HDR 600, even when powered off.
When in an active function, a single press to an arrow button will result in a single incremental adjustment. Pressing and holding an arrow button will sequence through a range of adjustments. If no adjustment is made for 5 seconds, the unit will return to normal operation. Shallow Alarm The SHALLOW ALARM function can be set for depths ranging from 1 to 20 feet and sounds an alarm when the depth is less than the setting. From normal operation pressing SET once will display the SHALLOW ALARM setting and blink the SHALLOW icon. The UP ARROW will activate the SHALLOW ALARM AND ALSO increase the selected value. The DOWN ARROW will reduce the value. Hold the UP ARROW until you reach the desired depth setting. Note: The maximum SHALLOW ALARM setting can not meet of exceed the current DEEP ALARM setting. After your selection is made, the unit will return to normal operation after 5 seconds. The SHALLOW icon should now be visible (figure 4). If the depth of the water is less then the selected value, the alarm will sound and the SHALLOW icon will blink to indicate the alarm. Pressing any button will mute the alarm; pressing SET will mute the alarm and activate the SHALLOW ALARM function for additional adjustment. To permanently turn the alarm off, use the DOWN ARROW to return the display to OFF. Deep Alarm The DEEP ALARM can be set for depths up to 99 feet and sounds an alarm when the depth is greater than the setting. Press SET until the DEEP ALARM function becomes active. This is indicated by the blinking DEEP ALARM and also increases the selected value. The DOWN ARROW will reduce the value. Continue to press and hold the UP ARROW until you reach your desired value. Note: The minimum DEEP ALARM setting cannot meet or go below the current SHALLOW ALARM setting. After your selection is made, the unit will return to normal operation after 5 seconds. The DEEP icon should now be visible (figure 6). If the depth of the water is greater than the selected value , the alarm will sound and the icon will blink to indicate the alarm. Pressing any button will mute the alarm; pressing SET will mute the alarm and activate the DEEP ALARM function for additional adjustment. To permanently turn the alarm off, use the DOWN ARROW to return the display to OFF.

Units The UNITS Control Function selects the UNITS of measure for depth readout and alarm functions, The three settings available are Feet, Meters or Fathoms. Press SET until the UNITS function is activated on-screen. This is indicated by the blinking UNITS icon. Pressing either arrow will allow you to select from the choices. Continue to press an arrow until the desired readout is selected; FT for feet, M for meters, FA for fathoms.
After your selection is made, the unit will return to normal operation after 5 seconds. The selected units icon should now be visible as shown in figure 8.
Keel Offset The Keel Offset function adjusts the digital depth readout to display depth readings from either the waterline of the keel (lowest point) of the boat, instead of from the location of the transducer which is usually somewhere in between. This permits optimum transducer location and depth readouts suited to your needs. To determine the value to enter into the Keel Offset setting, first decide whether depth from the waterline or depth from the keel is desired. Measurements will need to be made for the location desired. For depth from the keel of the boat, accurately measure the vertical distance between the face of the transducer and keel of the boat. This measurement will then be entered into the Keel Offset function as a negative (-) number. (Figure 9). For depth measurements from the waterline, accurately measure the vertical distance between the face of the transducer and the waterline of the boat. This measurement will then be entered into the Keel Offset function as a positive (+) number (Figure 10). To enable Keel Offset press SET until the KO icon is displayed on the screen. The default setting of the unit is off which is displayed as zero. From the default setting of 0.0, use the DOWN arrow to enter the negative (-) number to set the unit for depth from the keel. Or from the default setting of 0.0, use the UP arrow to enter a positive (+) number to set the unit for depth from the waterline. The available settings are +10 to 10 feet. After your selection is made, the unit will return to normal operation after 5 seconds. The KO icon should now be visible as shown in figure 13. Figures 11, 12, and 13 depict a scenario where the KEEL OFFSET has been set to 2 feet. Figure 13 shows the return to normal operation with the updated depth readout.

MAINTENANCE AND WARRANTY TROUBLESHOOTING Do not attempt to repair the HDR 600 yourself. There are no user serviceable parts inside, and special tools and techniques are required for reassembly to ensure the waterproof integrity of the housing. Repairs should be performed only by authorized Humminbird technicians. Many requests for repair received by Humminbird involve units that do not actually need repair. These units are returned no problem found. If you have a problem with your HDR 600, consult the following troubleshooting guide before calling Customer Support or sending your unit in for repair. 1. Nothing happens when I turn the unit on.
Check the power cable connection at both ends. Be sure that the cable is connected correctly to a reliable power source- red lead to positive, black lead to negative ground. Ensure that the power available at the mount is between 10 and 16 VDC. If the unit is wired through a fuse panel, ensure that the panel is powered. Often accessory fuse panels are controlled by a separate switch or the ignition switch. Also, often a fuse can appear to be good when in fact it is not. Check the fuse with a tester or replace it with a fuse known to be good.
There is no bottom reading visible on the display.
There are a number of possible causes for this condition. If the loss of bottom information occurs only at high speeds, then a transducer adjustment is needed. (refer to Transducer Installation). Check the transducer cable connection on the back of the unit and ensure that the cable has not been cut or pinched. Even a small abrasion in the cable can significantly affect performance. 3. When in very shallow water, he unit does not display a continuous depth.
This is normal in extremely shallow water, because the automatic range control can not lock onto the bottom in depths of one foot or less. 4. The screen begins to fade out. Images are not as sharp as normal.
Check the input voltage. The HDR 600 will not operate on input voltages below 10 VDC. 5. The bottom reading disappears during a hard turn.
This is normal, as the transducer comes out of the water in a hard turn and will correct itself.
SPECIFICATIONS Operating Frequency200 kHz Area of Coverage.16 degrees at 10 db Power Requirement.VDC Display.Liquid Crystal Unit Size.2.42 Dia. x 4.75 Transducer (Standard).XHS-6-16 Transducer Cable Length20 feet Power Cable Length48 Depth Capability.600 feet MountingIn-Dash 2 1/8 hole Unit Construction.High-Impact Plastic

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Sonar is very fast. A sound wave can travel from the surface to a depth of 240 ft (70 m) and back again in less than 1/4 of a second. It is unlikely that your boat can "outrun" this sonar signal. 1

Installation Overview

Before you start installation, we encourage you to read these instructions carefully in order to get the full benefit from your HDR 650 Digital Depth Sounder. In addition to the hardware included in the installation kit, you will also need the following supplies: powered hand drill and various drill bits, including a 2 1/8" hole saw if your boat does not have an existing gauge hole Phillips-head and flat-head screwdrivers ruler or measuring tape pen or pencil 12 Volt power source (your boat's battery) marine-grade silicone sealant (for sealing drilled holes) two-part, slow-cure epoxy (for inside-the-hull transducer installation only)
NOTE: If you are wiring directly to the boat's battery, you will also need a 1 Amp fuse and a fuse holder.

Installation

Installing the HDR 650
You will install your HDR 650 depth sounder first, then your transducer. When you are done with both of these installation tasks, you should perform a final installation test before operating your HDR 650. Perform the following high-level steps by following the instructions in each numbered section to install the depth sounder: 1. Locating the HRD 650 mounting position 2. Cutting the mounting hole 3. Customizing and assembling the HDR 650 4. Installing the HDR 650 5. Installing the buzzer 6. Connecting to the power supply 7. Installing the transducer
1. Locating the HDR 650 Mounting Position
You must select an appropriate mounting location for the HDR 650. Consider different positions on the console or deck of the boat, and note the following: The cables for the transducer and power must reach the mounting location. Extension cables are available. The mounting surface should be visible to the boat operator and adequately supported to protect the HDR 650 from excessive wave shock and vibration. Allow at least 2" clearance at the back, sides, and top of the unit for connection, air flow, and ease of installation and removal.
Choosing Mounting Hole Location
2. Cutting the Mounting Hole
Once you have selected your mounting location, perform the following steps: 1. Mark the desired mounting location, then drill a pilot hole. 2. Drill a 2 1/8" diameter hole using a hole saw and hand drill. This is a standard hole saw readily available for rental or purchase. If you prefer, any marine service shop can perform this task.
3. Customizing and Assembling the HDR 650
Your HDR 650 includes a variety of face plates and trim rings so that you can customize the appearance. 1. Select one face plate and one trim ring. 2. Peel off the protective backing from the face plate. Be careful not to let the adhesive touch anything prematurely.

CAUTION: In order to provide a lasting, waterproof bond, the face plate adhesive is extremely sticky, and you will NOT be able to re-position it once you have stuck it onto the face of the HDR 650.
3. Carefully line up the face plate with the face of the HDR 650. Press the face plate into place so that all keys are accessible and the display is visible (see illustration). 4. Align the inside tabs of the trim ring with the HDR 650 tabs, and snap the trim ring onto the front of the HDR 650 (see illustration).

HDR 650

Face Plate Trim Ring Tabs
4. Installing the HDR 650
After the mounting hole has been cut (see section 2), continue the installation as follows: 1. Insert the HDR 650 through the front hole of the dashboard. 2. From the rear of the dashboard, install the gasket and collar onto the HDR (see illustration).
Attaching the Gasket and Collar

Collar Gasket

Dashboard View Hand-tightening the Collar

HDR 650 Control Head

3. Hand-tighten the collar until the HDR is securely mounted in the dashboard. Make sure that the face of the HDR stays oriented upright.

5. Installing the Buzzer

Securing the Buzzer
Secure the buzzer to a nearby wire bundle using the cable ties (included).

Buzzer

6. Connecting to the Power Supply
Use the following information to connect your HDR 650 to an appropriate power supply: If your boat has an electrical system, there is probably a fuse panel in the console area that can be used to attach the HDR 650 power cable. If a fuse terminal is available, use crimp-on type electrical connectors (not included) that match the terminal on the fuse panel. Attach the black wire to ground and the red wire to 12 VDC power. You must use a 1-Amp fuse in the connection. 36" of power cable is included; you may shorten or lengthen this cable using 18-gauge, multi-strand copper wire.

GROUND

POSITIVE

Inline Fuse Holder

CAUTION: Some boats have 24 or 36 Volt electrical systems. Make sure that your HDR 650 is connected to a 12 VDC power supply. Use a voltage conditioner for variable inputs. NOTE: Humminbird is not responsible for over-voltage or over-current failures. The control head must have adequate protection through the proper selection and installation of a 1 amp fuse.
1a. If a fuse terminal is available, use crimp-on type electrical connectors (not included) that match the terminal on the fuse panel. Attach the black wire to ground (-), and the red wire to positive (+) 12 VDC power. Install a 1 amp fuse (not included) for protection of the unit. Humminbird is not responsible for over-voltage of over-current failures. or. 1b. If you need to wire the HDR 650 directly to a battery, obtain and install an inline fuse holder and a 1 amp fuse (not included) for the protection of the unit. Humminbird is not responsible for overvoltage or overcurrent failures.

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Measuring the Transom Angle
Plumb line Transom Angle in degrees ()
1b. If you do not know your transom angle, measure it using a plumb line (weighted nylon string or monofilament line) exactly 12 inches long. Hold the top of the plumb line against the top of the transom with your finger, and wait until the line hangs straight down. Using a ruler, measure the distance from the bottom of the plumb line to the back of the transom, then use the chart.
NOTE: It is important to take your measurement in the location shown in the illustration Measuring the Transom Angle, from exactly 12 inches down from the top of the transom.

Measured Distance (X)

Weight
2. Place the two ratchets, one on either side of the transducer knuckle, so that the beads on each ratchet line up with the desired position number on the knuckle (see the illustration Transducer Knuckle Positions). If you are setting the ratchets at position 1, the beads on each ratchet will line up with the rib on the transducer knuckle to form one continuous line on the assembly (see the illustration Ratchets Placed in Position 1).
NOTE: The ratchets are keyed; make sure that the square teeth on each ratchet face the square teeth on the transducer knuckle, and the triangular teeth face outward.
Hold the ratchets on the transducer knuckle with one hand and fit the pivot arm over them until it snaps into place with the other hand. Refer to the illustration Fitting the Mounting Bracket Over the Ratchet.
Transducer Knuckle Positions Knuckle
Ratchets Placed in Position 1 Beads Ratchet

Rib at position 1

Ratchets Placed in Position 2 Bead
Fitting the Mounting Bracket over the Ratchet

Rib Ratchet

Inserting the Pivot Bolt
3. Put the pivot bolt through the assembly to hold it in position and loosely install the nut, but do NOT tighten the nut at this time (see the illustration Inserting the Pivot Bolt). Insert the pivot arm assembly into the mounting bracket (see the illustration Inserting the Pivot Arm Assembly Into the Mounting Bracket). Do NOT snap the assembly closed, as you will need to access the mounting bracket in the next step.

4. Route and secure the cable by attaching the cable clamp to the transom; drill one 9/64" diameter x 5/8" deep hole, then fill hole with marine-grade silicone sealant, then attach the cable clamp using a #8 x 5/8" screw.

Storing Excess Cable

NOTE: If there is excess cable that needs to be gathered at one location (as shown in the illustration), dress the cable routed from both directions so that a single loop is left extending from the storage location. Doubling the cable up from this point, form the cable into a coil. Storing excess cable using this method can reduce electronic interference (see the illustration Storing Excess Cable).

5. Connecting the Cable

If you unplugged the transducer cable at the beginning of this procedure, plug it back into the depth sounder.
NOTE: The connector is keyed to prevent reverse installation, so be careful not to force the plug into the connector the wrong way.
6. Test and Finish the Installation
Once you have installed both the HDR 650 and the transom transducer, and have routed all the cables, you must perform a final test before locking the transducer in place. Testing should be performed with the boat in the water although you can initially confirm basic operation with the boat out of the water. 1. Turn on the power source to power up the HDR. If the unit does not power up, make sure that the connector holder is fully seated in the receptacle and that power is available. 2. If all connections are correct and power is available, the Humminbird control head will enter Normal operation. 3. If the digital depth readout displays on the screen, the unit is working properly. Make sure that the boat is in water greater than 2' but less than the depth capability of the unit, and that the transducer is fully submerged, since the sonar signal cannot pass through air.
NOTE: The transducer must be submerged in water for reliable transducer detection.
4. If the unit is working properly, gradually increase the boat speed to test high-speed performance. If the unit functions well at low speeds, but begins to skip or miss the bottom at higher speeds, the transducer requires adjustment. 5. If you have the correct angle set on the transducer, yet lose a bottom reading at high speed, adjust the height and the running angle in small increments to give you the ideal transducer position for your boat. First, adjust the height in small increments (see the illustration Adjusting the Transducer Mounting Position).
Adjusting the Transducer Mounting Position Leveling the Mounting Assembly Horizontally Level
NOTE: The deeper the transducer is in the water, the more likely that a rooster tail of spray will be generated at high speeds, so make sure that the transducer is as high as it can be and still be submerged in the water.
If you are still not getting good high speed readings, you may need to disassemble the transducer mounting assembly and re-position the ratchets (see the illustrations Transducer Knuckle Positions, Ratchets Placed in Position 1, Ratchets Placed in Position 2, and Fitting the Mounting Bracket Over the Ratchet).

Locking the Pivot Arm

Inside the Hull Transducer Installation
In-hull mounting generally produces good results in single-thickness fiberglass-hulled boats. Humminbird cannot guarantee depth performance when transmitting and receiving through the hull of the boat, since some signal loss occurs. The amount of loss depends on hull construction and thickness, as well as the installation position and process.
WARNING! This installation requires slow-cure two-part epoxy. Do not use silicone or any other soft adhesive to install the transducer, as this material reduces the sensitivity of the unit. Do not use five-minute epoxy, as it has a tendency to cure before all the air bubbles can be purged, thus reducing signal strength. NOTE: In-hull mounting requires an installed and operational depth sounder.
Decide where to install the transducer on the inside of the hull. Consider the following to find the best location: Observe the outside of the boat hull to find the areas that are mostly free from turbulent water. Avoid ribs, strakes and other protrusions, as these create turbulence. As a general rule, the faster the boat can travel, the further aft and closer to the centerline of the hull the transducer has to be located in order to remain in contact with the water at high speeds.

2. Trial Installation

You will not be able to adjust the mounting after an inside the hull transducer is installed. It is best, therefore, to perform a trial installation first that includes running the boat at various speeds, in order to determine the best mounting area before permanently mounting the transducer. 1. Plug the transducer into the depth sounder, then power up the depth sounder. When the depth sounder detects a functioning transducer, it will automatically enter Normal operating mode.
Positioning the Transducer Preferred Mounting Area
2. View the sonar signal at its best by holding the transducer over the side, immersed in the water, so that it is pointing straight down over a known flat bottom. Use the display to benchmark against the sonar signal that will be detected once the transducer is placed in the hull. 3. Place the transducer body face down at the identified mounting location inside the hull, with the pointed end towards the bow (see the illustrations Positioning the Transducer and Preferred Mounting Area).
4. Fill the hull with enough water to submerge the transducer body. Use a sand-filled bag or other heavy object to hold the transducer in position. The transducer cannot transmit through air, and the water purges any air from between the transducer and the hull, and fills any voids in the coarse fiberglass surface. 5. View the sonar signal on the display and compare against what was observed in Step 2, making sure that the boat is in the same location as it was during your observations in Step 2. If the results are comparable, move on to Step 6. Otherwise, locate a new position in the hull and repeat Steps 3 through 5. 6. Run the boat at various speeds and water depths while observing the screen on the depth sounder. If depth performance is required, test the transducer in water at the desired depth. If the performance is acceptable, move on to Step 7. If the performance is not acceptable, repeat Steps 3 through 6. 7. Once you have determined the best mounting location using the above steps, mark the position of the transducer.

Several styles of the transducer are compatible with trolling motor mounting. If you have a trolling motor bracket, refer to the separate installation instructions that are included with the bracket.
Trolling Motor Transducer Options
If you dont have a trolling motor transducer, there are several options: You may purchase a Trolling Motor Adapter kit that will allow you to mount the transducer on the trolling motor. You may also exchange your NEW and UNASSEMBLED transducer (with mounting hardware included) for a trolling motor transducer.
NOTE: There are also several transducer switches available that support the configuration of two depth sounders with one transducer or two transducers with one depth sounder. NOTE: Call the Humminbird Customer Resource Center at 1-800-633-1468 for details and pricing, or visit humminbird.com for more information.

Operating the HDR 650

Your HDR 650 Digital Depth Sounder sends a sound wave signal and determines distance by measuring the time between the transmission of the sound wave and when the sound wave is reflected off of an object. As your HDR 650 transducer receives sonar signals, it converts them to a digital depth that is shown on the HDR 650 display. The depth reading is continuously updated as you travel across the water. The liquid crystal display (LCD) offers sharp viewing, even in bright, direct sunlight, and is continuously lit for nighttime operation.
NOTE: Actual depth capability depends on such factors as bottom hardness, water conditions, and transducer installation. Units will typically read to deeper depths in fresh water than in salt water.

The HDR 650 Control Head

The HDR 650 uses a backlit display, together with a 3-button keypad, to control all user functions. The illustration below shows an example of the digital display.
Depth Alarm Icon (flashes to indicate alert)
Units Shallow Alarm Icon (indicates Shallow Alarm is set)

DOWN arrow key

Operations

MENU key

UP arrow key

Power On/Off

The power is controlled by the power source connected to the HDR 650. When the power source is turned on, the HDR 650 is powered on. When the power source is turned off, the HDR 650 is powered off.

Key Functions Overview

1. Select a Function: Press the MENU key repeatedly until you reach the appropriate menu. 2. Adjust the Setting: Press the UP or DOWN arrow key to adjust the setting. Press + Hold either key to scroll through the range of settings quickly. 3. Save: After your selection is made, wait 5 seconds for the unit to return to normal operation. Your settings are saved automatically even after the unit is powered off.
The Units control function selects the units of measure for depth readout and alarm functions. You can set the units of measurement to feet, meters, or fathoms.
1. Press the MENU key until the Units icon is displayed and flashing on the screen. 2. Press the UP or DOWN arrow key to scroll through the available units. (FT = feet, M = meters, FA = fathoms). 3. After your selection is made, wait 5 seconds for the unit to return to normal operation. Your settings are saved automatically.

Shallow Alarm

The Shallow Alarm will sound when the measured depth is less than the setting. 1. Press the MENU key until the Shallow Alarm icon is displayed and flashing on the screen.

Shallow Alarm Icon

2. Press the UP or DOWN arrow key to change the setting. (Off, 1 - 20 feet,.1 - 6 meters, or.1 - 3.2 fathoms; Default = Off)
NOTE: The maximum Shallow Alarm setting cannot meet or exceed the current Deep Alarm setting (see the Deep Alarm section).
3. After your selection is made, wait 5 seconds for the unit to return to normal operation. Your settings are saved automatically, and the Shallow icon will be visible on the display. 4. Alarm: If the depth of the water is less than the saved setting, the alarm will sound and the alarm icon will flash on the screen. Mute: Press any key to mute the alarm. Adjust: Press the MENU key and follow the instructions in step 2 to adjust the alarm setting.

Deep Alarm

The Deep Alarm will sound when the measured depth is greater than the setting. 1. Press the MENU key until the Deep Alarm icon is displayed and flashing on the screen.

Deep Alarm Icon

2. Press the UP or DOWN arrow key to change the setting. (Off, 20 - 99 feet, 6 - 30 meters, or 3.3 - 16 fathoms; Default = Off)
NOTE: The minimum Deep Alarm setting cannot meet or drop below the current Shallow Alarm setting (see the Shallow Alarm section).
3. After your selection is made, wait 5 seconds for the unit to return to normal operation. Your settings are saved automatically, and the Deep icon will be visible on the display. 4. Alarm: If the depth of the water is greater than the saved setting, the alarm will sound and the alarm icon will flash on the screen. Mute: Press any key to mute the alarm. Adjust: Press the MENU key and follow the instructions in step 2 to adjust the alarm setting.

Set Offset (waterline or keel)
The Set Offset function adjusts the digital depth readout to display depth readings from the waterline or the keel (lowest point of the boat) instead of the transducer location. 1. Choose to measure the depth from the keel or waterline. Keel: Measure the vertical distance between the face of the transducer and the keel of the boat. Waterline: Measure the vertical distance between the face of the transducer and the waterline of the boat. 2. Press the MENU key until Set Offset is displayed and flashing on the screen. 3. Enter your chosen offset measurement as follows:
Keel Offset (Set a Negative Number)
Keel: Press the DOWN arrow key to enter the measurement from step 1 as a negative (-) number. (-1 to -10 feet, -.1 to -3.0 meters, or -.1 to -1.6 fathoms; Default = 0)
Negative Number Offset Icon
Waterline Offset (Set a Positive Number)
Waterline: Press the UP arrow key to enter the measurement from step 1 as a positive (+) number. (+1 to +10 feet, +.1 to +3.0 meters, or +.1 to +1.6 fathoms; Default = 0)
Postive Number Offset Icon
4. After your selection is made, wait 5 seconds for the unit to return to normal operation. Your settings are saved automatically, and the offset icon will be visible on the display. 35
To keep both your HDR 650 and your transducer working properly, perform the following maintenance tasks as needed.

HDR 650 Maintenance

If your HDR 650 unit comes into contact with salt spray, simply wipe the affected surfaces with a cloth dampened in fresh water. Do not use a chemical glass cleaner on the lens, as chemicals in the solution may cause cracking in the lens. When cleaning the LCD protective lens, use a chamois and non-abrasive, mild cleaner. Do not wipe while dirt or grease is on the lens. Be careful to avoid scratching the lens.
WARNING: Never leave your HDR 650 in a closed car or trunk; the extremely high temperatures generated in hot weather can damage the electronics.

Transducer Maintenance

If your boat remains in the water for long periods of time, algae and other marine growth can reduce the effectiveness of the transducer. Periodically clean the face of the transducer with hot water. Pivoting the transducer up in the bracket may allow better access for inspection or cleaning. If your boat remains out of the water for a long period of time, it may take some time to wet the transducer after it is returned to the water. Small air bubbles can cling to the surface of the transducer and interfere with proper operation. These bubbles will dissipate with time, or you may wipe the face of the transducer with your fingers after the transducer is in the water.

Losing continuous depth when the boat is in very shallow water is normal, because the automatic range control cannot lock onto the bottom in depths of one foot or less.
Screen Fades, Images are not Sharp
If the screen begins to fade, and images are not as sharp as normal, check the input voltage. The HDR 650 will not operate on input voltages below 10 VDC.
Bottom Reading Disappears During a Hard Turn
Losing the bottom reading temporarily when the boat is executing a hard turn is normal, as the transducer emerges from the water during such a turn; this condition should correct itself once the turn is completed.

1-Year Limited Warranty

We warrant the original retail purchaser that products made by Humminbird have been manufactured free from defects in materials and workmanship. This warranty is effective for one year from the date of original retail purchase. Humminbird products found to be defective and covered by this warranty will be replaced or repaired free of charge at Humminbird option and returned to the customer freight prepaid. Humminbird sole responsibility under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of a product that has been deemed defective by Humminbird. Humminbird is not responsible for charges connected with the removal of such product or reinstallation of replaced or repaired parts. This warranty does not apply to a product that has been: Improperly installed; Used in an installation other than that recommended in the product installation and operation instructions; Damaged or has failed because of an accident or abnormal operation; Repaired or modified by entities other than Humminbird. Please retain your original receipt as a proof of the purchase date. This will be required for in-warranty service. THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON THE PART OF HUMMINBIRD AND WILL BE THE CUSTOMER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, EXCEPT FOR ANY APPLICABLE IMPLIED WARRANTIES UNDER STATE LAW WHICH ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO EVENT WILL HUMMINBIRD BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY RELATING TO THE PRODUCTS. Some states do not allow limitations on an implied warranty, or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions may not apply to you. You may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. 39

Warranty and Service Policy
Humminbird Service Policy
Even though you'll probably never need to take advantage of our incredible service policy, it's good to know that we back our products this confidently. We do it because you deserve the best. We will make every effort to repair your unit within three business days from the receipt of your unit at our factory. This does not include shipping time to and from our factory. Units received on Friday are typically shipped by the following Wednesday, units received Monday are typically shipped by Thursday, etc. All repair work is performed by factory-trained technicians to meet exacting factory specifications. Factory-serviced units go through the same rigorous testing and quality control inspections as new production units. After the original warranty period, a standard flat rate service charge will be assessed for each repair (physical damage and missing parts are not included). Any repairs made after the original warranty will be warranted for an additional 90 days after service has been performed by our factory technicians. You can contact our Customer Resource Center or visit our web site to verify the flat rate repair fee for your product (visit the Product Support section): http://www.humminbird.com We reserve the right to deem any product unserviceable when replacement parts are no longer available or impossible to obtain. This Service Policy is valid in the United States only. This applies only to Humminbird products returned to our factory in Eufaula, Alabama. This Service Policy is subject to change without notice.
DOMESTIC (USA) CUSTOMERS: PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO STORE FOR SERVICE For all technical issues please call 1-800-633-1468 or visit www.humminbird.com, click SUPPORT. Please reference product serial number and model number when contacting Humminbird.
Returning Your Unit for Service
Before sending your unit in for repair, please contact the factory, either by phone or by email, to obtain a Repair Authorization Number for your unit.
NOTE: Please do not return your Humminbird to the store for service.
Please have your product model name and serial number available before calling the factory. If you contact the factory by e-mail, please include your product model name and serial number in the e-mail, and use Request for Repair Authorization Number for your e-mail subject header. You should include your Repair Authorization Number in all subsequent communications about your unit.

For IN-WARRANTY service, complete the following steps:
Obtain a Repair Authorization Number from the Humminbird Customer Resource Center. Tag product with your name, street address, phone number and your assigned Repair Authorization Number. Include a brief written description of the problem. Include a copy of your receipt (to show proof and date of purchase). Return product freight prepaid to Humminbird, using an insured carrier with delivery confirmation.
For OUT-OF-WARRANTY service, complete the following steps:
Obtain a Repair Authorization Number from the Humminbird Customer Resource Center. Include payment in the form of credit card number and expiration date, money order or personal check. Please do not send cash. Tag product with your name, street address, phone number and your assigned Repair Authorization Number. Include a brief written description of the problem. Return product freight prepaid to Humminbird, using an insured carrier with delivery confirmation. 41

Specifications

Depth Capability.600 ft (180 m) Power Cable Length.36" (91 cm) Operating Frequency.200 kHz Area of Coverage.20 @ -10 dB Power Output.250 Watts (RMS), 2000 Watts (Peak to Peak) Current Draw.60 mA Power Requirement.10 - 20 VDC Display.Liquid Crystal Diode (LCD) Mounting.In-Dash 2 1/8" hole Unit Housing.High-Impact Plastic Transducer.XNT Transducer Cable Length.20 ft (6 m) IPX Rating.IP67 Waterproof/Submersible @ 1 m for 30 minutes and dust tight
NOTE: Humminbird verifies maximum stated depth in saltwater conditions, but actual depth performance may vary due to transducer installation, water type, thermal layers, bottom composition and slope. NOTE: Product specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE STATEMENT: It is the intention of Humminbird to be a responsible corporate citizen, operating in compliance with known and applicable environmental regulations, and a good neighbor in the communities where we make or sell our products. WEEE DIRECTIVE: EU Directive 2002/96/EC Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) impacts most distributors, sellers, and manufacturers of consumer electronics in the European Union. The WEEE Directive requires the producer of consumer electronics to take responsibility for the management of waste from their products to achieve environmentally responsible disposal during the product life cycle. WEEE compliance may not be required in your location for electrical & electronic equipment (EEE), nor may it be required for EEE designed and intended as fixed or temporary installation in transportation vehicles such as automobiles, aircraft, and boats. In some European Union member states, these vehicles are considered outside of the scope of the Directive, and EEE for those applications can be considered excluded from the WEEE Directive requirement. This symbol (WEEE wheelie bin) on product indicates the product must not be disposed of with other household refuse. It must be disposed of and collected for recycling and recovery of waste EEE. Humminbird will mark all EEE products in accordance with the WEEE Directive. It is our goal to comply in the collection, treatment, recovery, and environmentally sound disposal of those products; however, these requirements do vary within European Union member states. For more information about where you should dispose of your waste equipment for recycling and recovery and/or your European Union member state requirements, please contact your dealer or distributor from which your product was purchased.

Contact Humminbird

Contact the Humminbird Customer Resource Center in any of the following ways: By Telephone: (Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time): 1-800-633-1468 By e-mail: (typically we respond to your e-mail within three business days): service@humminbird.com For direct shipping, our address is: Humminbird Service Department 678 Humminbird Lane Eufaula, AL 36027 USA

 

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