Radio-controlled clocks, often inaccurately described as atomic clocks, feature internal radio receivers that allow them to pick up the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) time signal that is continuously broadcast from a research station in Colorado. Thanks to this radio-controlled time signal, so-called atomic clocks are able to provide timekeeping that is accurate to the second. Completing the setup process for your Barolo atomic clock is as simple as selecting the appropriate time zone.
Locate the "Mode" and "+" buttons on your Barolo atomic clock.
Press and hold the "Mode" button until the clock's time zone indicator begins to flash.
Press the "+" button repeatedly until the appropriate time zone is shown on the clock's digital display.
Release the "Mode" button on your Barolo atomic clock.