EOTopo: EOTopo with Hema Navigator

Friday, Jan 12, 2018 at 00:59


  • To put EOTopo maps on a Hema Navigator you will import the files found in the OZF folder found on the EOTopo downloads page.
  • You will then need to transfer both the .map and name search files to the Navigator’s SD Card. As there is limited space on this card, you will need to transfer specific files. Firstly, find the “OziExplorer Maps” folder on the Navigator’s SD Card and create a “New Folder”, name it something like “EOTopo Maps”.

  • Then open the OZF folder on the EOTopo downloads page and transfer the following files to the “New Folder” that you have just created.
    EOTopo 200K Australia.ozf4
    EOTopo 1M Australia.ozf4
    EOTopo 2.5M Australia.ozf4
    EOTopo 5M Australia.ozf4
    EOTopo 10M Australia.ozf4
    EOTopo 200K Australia.map
    EOTopo 1M Australia.map
    EOTopo 2.5M Australia.map
    EOTopo 5M Australia.map
    EOTopo 10M Australia.map
    and if you have the Premium License, you'll find there is not a single Australia.mp or Australia.ozf4 in the 144K scale. Instead, you'll have to download each of the 6 state files in the 144K scale in both the .ozf4 and .map formats.

  • Then find the HNOZi Folder on the Hema’s SD, open it, and you should see a folder called “Name Search”. On the EOTopo downloads page you will also see a folder named “Name Search”, transfer the two files in the EOTopo’s “Name Search” folder to the Navigator’s “Name Search” folder. You can then use the functions found in Off Road Navigation on the device to load the EOTopo Maps, and EOTopo Name Search files.
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