You can verify that a Personal Series LCD Clock is receiving a signal at its install location. This is completed by initiating a manual signal search locally at the clock.
Before placing the clock at its final installation location, it's important to verify the presence of the Transmitter signal in that area.
Once the clock finds a channel with a Transmitter signal, a series of beeps will sound from the clock. The clock will beep each time a valid time signal is received, which should be once per second. The beeping will continue for one minute.
If the clock is in a marginal signal area, it will beep once every few seconds. The clock will work in marginal signal areas, but may have a slightly reduced battery life.
No beeping indicates no signal is received.