Refer to the Important Safety Instructions before installing, operating or performing maintenance of clocks.
Before installing a clock, verify the main Transmitter is operating properly and transmitting a signal with adequate building coverage. Transmit (broadcast) schedule varies by Transmitter model.
Transmitter with Internal Antenna: broadcasts its synchronized time continuously to the system clocks and devices.
Transmitter with an external antenna: transmits (broadcasts) its synchronized time to the system clocks and devices from the 39th to the 6th minute of the next hour and changes to a standby mode during the 7th to the 38th minute of the hour (standard broadcast schedule). During initial power-up, the Transmitter broadcasts for 8 consecutive hours. After the 8 hour power-up period, the Transmitter reverts to its timed broadcast schedule. Power cycling the Transmitter also initiates an 8 hour continuous broadcast.
Clocks must be installed at a location within adequate transmission range of the Transmitter.
Any damage to the clock due to improper wiring voids the warranty. It is at Primex discretion as to whether damage to the clock was caused by improper wiring.
The battery life of an Analog Clock is over four years with use of high-quality alkaline batteries. Therefore, it's important that fresh, superior-quality batteries are used with an expiration date that exceeds five years past the current year.
Low battery notification: When the batteries of an Analog Clock need to be replaced its second hand advances and pauses continuously (stepping), instead of one second at a time until the batteries are replaced. The clock may display the correct time, but the batteries should be replaced promptly to restore normal operation. The stepping pattern continues until its batteries are replaced.