Installation must adhere to local codes and ordinances.
The power cord is wrapped around the two posts on the back of the clock and can be unwrapped or wrapped to the desired length.
The power cord is to be routed through the strain relief away from the upper portion of the clock’s antenna to maintain optimal reception and then exit through the slot located at the bottom of the clock. The excess cord can then be wound around the two cord posts.
When hanging the clock on the wall, be sure the power cord does not get pinched between the mounting hardware and the back of the clock. Be careful not to damage the antenna wires when hanging or removing the clock.
The receptacle may be behind the clock, with the excess cord wound around the two cord posts.
To ensure that the cord does not prevent the clock from resting flush against the wall, the center of the recessed receptacle should be located about 2.0 in. (6.35 cm) to the right or left of the center of the clock and 2.75 in. (6.9 cm) down of clock mounting nail or screw.
The power plug may be removed and cord cut to length for hardwired (pigtail) installation. Pigtail installation requires a 120V~ power line in a junction box installed by a licensed electrician. Leave a minimum of 6 in. (15 cm) of cord inside the junction box.
To conform to UL and National Building Code, the use of the clock-lock feature is required for this configuration.