JARDUM.core Manual

Introduction

This manual includes the latest information available at the time it was printed. We reserve the right to make changes in the product after that time without notice.

This manual describes features that may or may not be on the display because of optional features that was not installed on this device, model variants, country specifications, features/applications that may not be available in your region or changes subsequent to the printing of this manual.

Keep this manual in the watercraft, so it will be there if it is needed. If the watercraft is sold, leave this manual in the watercraft. Read the following pages to become familiar with the infotainment system features. 

Before operating the watercraft do the following: become familiar with the system operation, controls on the infotainment display such as GPS navigation and ballast and tab controls. Set up the media player by presetting favorite stations, setting the tone, and adjusting the speaker zone.

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Engine Data Screen

The system is controlled by using the infotainment display, the main screen loaded is the engine data display. This appears when you turn on the device. This screen varies between different models. You can access different functions and the settings from here. To open a different function, tap one of the icons on the left column of the main display. To access the settings page, click on the hamburger icon at the top right corner. 

1

Engine Data

2

Media Player

3

Map / Navigation

4

Wake Data

5

Settings

 

Some warning lights come on briefly when the engine is started to indicate they are working. When one of the warning lights comes on and stays on while operating, or when one of the gauges shows there may be a problem, check the section that explains what to do.

Fuel Gauge

When the ignition is on, the fuel gauge indicates about how much fuel is left in the tank. When the indicator nears empty, the progress bar will change to red. There still is a little fuel left, but the watercraft should be refueled soon. 

Oil Gauge

The engine oil pressure gauge shows the engine oil pressure in kPa (kilopascal) or psi (pounds per square inch) when the engine is running. Oil pressure can vary with engine speed, outside temperature, coolant temperature, and oil viscosity. On some models, the oil pump will vary engine oil pressure according to engine needs. Oil pressure may change quickly as the engine speed or load varies. This is normal. If the oil pressure warning light indicates oil pressure outside the normal operating range, check the watercraft's oil as soon as possible.

Temperature Gauge

This gauge measures the temperature of the watercraft's engine coolant. While driving under normal operating conditions, if the progress bar changes into to a red color, the engine is too hot. Pull to a safe area, stop the watercraft, and turn off the engine as soon as possible. 

Voltmeter Gauge

When the ignition is on, this gauge indicates the battery voltage. When the engine is running, this gauge shows the condition of the charging system. The gauge can transition from a higher to lower or a lower to higher reading. This is normal. If the watercraft is operating outside the normal operating range, the charging system light comes on.

Readings outside the normal operating range can also occur when a large number of electrical accessories are operating in the watercraft and the engine is left idling for an extended period. This condition is normal since the charging system is not able to provide full power at engine idle. As engine speeds are increased, this condition should correct itself as higher engine speeds allow the charging system to create maximum power. 

The watercraft can only be driven for a short time with the readings outside the normal operating range. If the watercraft must be driven, turn off all accessories, such as the radio and navigation. Readings outside the normal operating range indicate a possible problem in the electrical system. Have the watercraft serviced as soon as possible.

Cruise Control 

For watercraft with cruise control, the cruise control light is white when the cruise control is on and ready, and turns green when the cruise control is set and active.

 

1

Fuel Level

2

Oil Level

3

Temperature Level

4

Battery Level

5

Ballast Levels

6

Tabs Level

In this image the Battery level indicates the level is sufficient to proceed, but if the bar is red it is indicating you are below 20% and should charge before proceeding to using the boat.

Other Icons

1

Sound Icon

2

Radio Station

3

Time

4

Bluetooth

5

Switch

6

Camera

Media Player

If you have a compatible stereo connected to the network, you can control the stereo using the controls on the screen. The device should automatically detect the media player when it is first connected.

You can play media from sources connected to the media player and sources connected to the network.

Opening the Media Player

Note: Before you can open the media player, you must connect a compatible device to the…

Select Settings > Audio.

1

Radio Station

2

Audio Tuner

3

Volume Up

4

Volume Down

5

Mute

6

Previous Song

7

Next Song

8

Favorites List

 

Navigation

1

Zoom Out

2

Zoom In

3

Current Location

4

View Waypoints/Trails

5

Set Waypoint

 

Wake

1

Fill Ballast

2

Empty Ballast

3

Adjust Tab Up

4

Adjust Tab Down

5

Set Waypoint

6

Add New Profile

7

Edit Profile Name

8

Delete Profile

9

Increase Speed

10

Decrease Speed

11

Stop Ballast

Change General Settings

Use Settings (located on the top right corner) to configure and customize your devices settings.

To set the units go to Settings > General > Units. Then select the desired units.

To set the language go to Settings > General > Language. Then select the desired language.

To set the time go to Settings > General > Clock. The following options are shown.

Use GPS Time

When your device is connected to a GPS network, it automatically updates its clock to correspond to your current time zone. If you are unable to connect you can manually edit the time by turning this setting off.

Time Zone

If you're unable to connect to a network use the Time Zone settings to manually change the time zone.

Daylight Savings

You can use Daylight Savings setting to have your device adjust automatically for time zone changes and for daylight saving time.

To view the software version, go to Settings > General and scroll down to see the version of the device.

Jardum.core updates improve the stability, performance, and security of your device. To update your device…  

Reboot to Loader…

 

Settings Import/Export

Restore to Factory Settings…

Factory Reset…

 

Debug…

Restricted Settings… 

OEM View: xxxx

Dealer View: xxxx

 

Display Settings

To adjust the device screen brightness and theme colors go to Settings > Display and use the arrows to adjust the brightness from 0-100.

On supported models, use GPS or Ambient Auto-Brightness to automatically adapt the brightness of the display to match the light in your environment

Theme

The system has two preloaded themes Dark and Light, after selecting one the system will reboot.

Theme Color

The primary theme color of the system can be selected using a color picker.

Theme Secondary Color

The secondary theme color of the system can be selected using a color picker.

Stereo Screen

Enabled the view of Stereo Screen.

Map Screen

Enabled the view of Map Screen.

Use Wake

Enabled the view of Wake Screen.

Use Marine

Enabled the view of Marine Screen.

Use Full-Page Switches

Enabled the view of Full-Page Switches Screen, more information…

Horizontal Encoder Orientation

 

Bluetooth Settings

What's Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a wireless technology that makes short-range connections between devices at distances up to 10 meters (approximately 30 feet).

To find if your Device has Bluetooth

Most Devices come with Bluetooth technology built-in. You can check to see if your Device supports Bluetooth: Look for the Bluetooth icon Bluetooth icon in the menu bar. If the Bluetooth icon is present, your device has Bluetooth. You can also check if Bluetooth is available by going to settings and if the Bluetooth is listed on the menu your device has Bluetooth installed. 

 

Device List

The system has two preloaded themes Dark and Light, after selecting one the system will reboot.

Discover Devices

The primary theme color of the system can be selected using a color picker.

Map / Navigation

Satellite Status

 

Show Tracks

 

Show Waypoint

 

Map Color

 

Import Tracks

 

Import Waypoints

 

Export Tracks

 

Export Waypoints

 

Power Display Management (PDM)

Number of PDM’s

 

Configure PDM

 

Audio 

Tuner Region

 

Amplifier Outputs

 

Name Zones

 

Vessel

Presets

 

CAN 1 Bit Rate

 

CAN 2 Bit Rate

 

CAN 1 Termination

 

Fuel Sender Location

 

Fuel Sender Calibration

 

Configure Gauges

 

Camera Page

 

Camera 1

 

Camera 2

 

Cruise controls

 

Use MEFI Cruise [BETA]

 

Engine Diagnostics

 

Wake

Number of Ballast Tanks

 

Ballast Empty / Fill Times

 

Number of Tabs

 

Actuator

 

Auto Plane

 

Auto Retract