To set up an Analog Clock, apply power to the clock and it automatically initializes its setup and searches for a signal from Transmitter to receive its time.
An automatic setting model only has a button on the back of the clock. Primex first generation analog clocks, which are referred to as manual setting clocks and sold prior to 2005, have both a button and a gray set wheel on the back of the clock.
When a clock is first powered on, it automatically initializes its set up and searches for a signal to receive its time. The only model that requires a specific setup is a Manual Setting Analog Clock.
The scheduled search frequency varies by clock model as defined below.