You don't charge by pressure when system is empty. You recharge by vacuuming system, and then introducing the specification amount (weight in oz) of R134a into system. On Accords, 2-14oz cans is usually more than adequate (check under hood for specification amount).
If you're trying to "top-up" a working AC system, it is complicated and requires some experience to get close. A R134a AC manifold gauge set is required to monitor both high side and low side pressures w/ AC On, Max Fan, Recirculate, and engine at 1500-2000 rpm. Car should be in shade. You will also need to measure the air temperature entering the condensor at the front of the vehicle. Allow system to stablize for 5-10 mins. If fully charged the high side pressure should be 2.2-2.5 times air temp (in psi) entering condensor (when compressor is engaged), and low side pressure should about 24-30 psi. So at 100F air temp, pressure should be 220-250 psi high side and low side, 24-28 psi. Vent temps should be 35-45 below cabin air temp (on floor board). Extra charge is introduced through the low side slowly, allowing ac system to stabilize (1-2 mins) before adding more.
Suggest reading an automotive AC repair manual to provide some background and guidance to ac repair. Not difficult, but does require patience and determination.
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