A dual-sided analog clock consists of two analog clocks and a dual clock kit. Using the kit you combine two clocks to create a dual-sided clock, which can be either ceiling or wall-mounted.
(1) Dual mount bracket
(1) Mounting plate
(4) #6 x 1/2 inch long screws
Screws and anchors supplied with each clock are included in the order packaging.
At the installation location, measure and drill holes into the wall or ceiling to align with the mounting plate hole spacing measurements.
Fasten a supplied #6 x 1/2 inch long screw to each mounting post located on the backside of each clock, leaving a 1/8 to 3/16 inch gap between the screw head and mounting post. It's recommended to have a four channel separation between adjacent Transmitters.
Apply power to each clock. Battery-powered model: insert batteries. Electric powered model: route power cords through the bracket opening and complete electrical connection.
For each clock, place the clock into the bracket housing with the 10/11 and 4/5 numerals over the clock-lock tab and rotate clock clockwise to lock into place. The screws fastened to the clock mounting posts lock into the housing clock-lock tabs.
Slide the assembled bracket over the four tabs on the mounting plate. A tap with a rubber mallet on the dual mount bracket may be required to set the bracket assembly fully into place.
Examine the mounting plate to ensure the bracket is fully engaged. The small hole in top side of the mounting plate should be visible and fully exposed. To increase the security of the clock assembly, a common screw may be inserted into the hole and screwed into the wall.