It is against electrical code to run a power cord or extension cord through a wall. You need cut a 1 gang box into the wall behind the screen and run romex from that box through the wall to a nearby outlet and tap into that. It is also best to install a recessed clock outlet in your 1 gang box because standard outlets usually don't allow enough room for your plug behind the display.
Not to advocate electrical code violations... but the power connector is the same as a standard computer or computer monitor power connector. There's also what I assume to be a built-in ferrite core about 4-5 inches from the display end of the cable that's about 7/8" in diameter.
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