Lorex LW2311 Wireless Video Monitoring System Quick

Lorex LW2311 Wireless Video Monitoring System Quick
WIRELESS VIDEO MONITORING SYSTEM
LW2310 SERIES
QUICK START GUIDE
Time
Tools
SIMPLY AWARE
Hand Tools
Getting Started
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This ultra digital wireless video
recording system comes with the
following components:
• Wireless Receiver
• Color Outdoor Night Vision
Camera*
• Camera Stand*
• SD Memory Card*
• Audio/Video Cable
• Remote Control
• Wall Mounting Kits*
• Wireless Antennas (for receiver
and camera)*
• Power Adapters (for receiver
and camera)*
• IR Extender
• Instruction Manual
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NOTE: AVOID INSTALLING IN A LOCATION WHICH REQUIRES THE
WIRELESS SIGNAL TO PASS THROUGH CEMENT, CONCRETE AND METAL
STRUCTURES. THIS WILL REDUCE THE TRANSMISSION RANGE.
Under 20 Minutes*
* Installation time may vary
based on application and
camera location
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Skills - Easy
Plug & Play connections,
On screen set up
A. Camera Setup
1
Mount camera stand to
the wall.
2
Attach the included
antenna to the camera by
screwing it on to the side
as shown below.
NOTE: Before you install a camera, carefully plan where
and how it will be positioned, and where you will route
the cable that connects the camera to the power adaptor.
Before starting permanent installation, verify its performance
by observing the image on a monitor when the camera is
positioned where it will be permanently installed. Cameras
are rated for indoor/outdoor installation. Not intended for
direct exposure to rain or snow. For outdoor applications
install under shelter protected from the elements
3
Secure Camera to the mounting stand.
Adjust the angle of the camera until the
desired view is set.
Tighten the thumbscrews to secure the
desired camera position.
osition.
NOTE: Wireless cameras require
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a power source to operate.
NOTE: When adding cameras that were not included in the original
box, you will need to pair up the camera with the receiver. Please
refer to the camera pairing section of the User Manual.
NOTE: This camera includes an Auto Mechanical IR Cut Filter.
When the camera changes between day/night lighting, an audible
clicking noise may be heard coming from the camera. This clicking is
normal, and indicates that the camera filter is working.
4
Connect one end of the camera
Power Adapter to the camera and the
other end to an electrical outlet.
Connect power adaptor to local
120V AC power outlet.
IMPORTANT: The motion detection
range is up to 21ft (6.5m) to minimize
false alarms. Keep this in mind when
selecting suitable installation location.
PIR motion sensor
B. Connect the
h Receiver to a TV/Monitor
/
1
Connect the Black cable from
the AV cable to AV Out port on
the left panel of the receiver.
Connect the Yellow video cable
and White audio cable (mono)
to your TV or monitor.
2
NOTE: Change the video input on your TV or
monitor to the corresponding input of the video
cable (i.e.
( Video 1,, Video 2,, Auxiliary,
y, etc.).
)
OPTIONAL
Connect the included IR
extender to the IR Extend
port on the right panel
of the receiver. Use the IR
extender if you want to
hide the receiver from plain
sight. Place the IR Extender
for example in a bookcase
or above a cabinet and still
fully control the system using
the included remote control.
Number of cameras and SD card
capacity may vary by model. Check your
package for specific content information.
3
NOTE: IR extender box needs
to have direct line-of-sight with
remote control.
Connect the wireless
antenna to the
receiver, as shown.
4
Insert the included SD
card into the SD Card
slot on the right panel
of the receiver until you
hear a “click.” Place the
receiver in a place that
will have clear reception
to your
camera.
y
NOTE: The receiver is
compatible with most major
brands of SD cards up to 16 GB.
Connect one end of the
Receiver Power Adaptor to
the receiver and the other
end to an electrical outlet.
The receiver will power on
automatically.
ATTENTION: Make sure to first connect and power on the camera before
powering on the receiver; this will
ensure a proper connection.
NOTE: If one or more of the cameras do not appear when selected (i.e. Camera 2 is turned on but does not appear on channel 2),
follow the pairing process as described in user manual.
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WIRELESS VIDEO MONITORING SYSTEM
LW2310 SERIES
QUICK START GUIDE
C. Basic System Setup
NOTE: This system supports a USB connection
to your PC to enable remote monitoring using
Skype™. Refer to the user manual for detailed
set-up instructions.
Remote Control
Follow these steps to access the Menu screen and make
updates/changes to settings:
1. 1/Play/Pause
2. Confirm Setting
3. 4/Rewind
4. MENU/ Back
5. Record Motion/
Start/Stop
6. Volume
7. Quad View
8. 2/Fast Forward
9. 3/Stop
10. Scan/Delete
11. Channel
Autoscan/Manual
12. AV Output
1. Press the MENU button to enter the Menu screen
2. Use the directional buttons to highlight a menu item
3. Press ENTER to enter the highlighted menu item
4. Use the directional buttons to change highlighted setting
5. Press ENTER to save a setting change (If you press MENU instead,
the setting change will NOT be saved)
6. Press MENU to go back to the previous menu. Press MENU
repeatedly to go back to camera view mode.
Setting Date/Time:
Set the date and time to ensure that they are properly captured
on recordings
1. Press MENU. Highlight SETTING menu and press ENTER
2. Highlight DATE & TIME and press ENTER
3. Press RIGHT / LEFT to move the cursor and UP / DOWN to
change the value for the date and time
4. Press ENTER to save setting. Press MENU to return to previous menu
Three recording modes are available on the system: Manual Recording, Schedule Recording, and Motion Recording.
NOTE: The system can record video to an SD card one channel at a time. You should always format the SD
card prior to initial recording. For details refer to the owner’s manual section “Format”.
NOTE: Recording overrides other actions on the receiver. You must stop recording on the system in order to
perform other actions, such as opening the Main Menu, Quad Mode, etc.
MODE
DESCRIPTION
HOW TO OPERATE
MANUAL RECORDING
• Continuous recording from one camera
• Cannot record while in Quad mode
• Cannot record while in Auto Sequence
Viewing Mode
• Press the RECORD • button on the
remote control to start/stop manual
recording
SCHEDULE RECORDING
• Continuous recording from one camera or from
Auto Sequence
Viewing Mode (system will record from one
camera at a time)
• IMPORTANT: Turn off Manual
Recording and Motion Recording to
enable Schedule Recording
• Enter a Start and Stop Time from Main
Menu > Record > Schedule Record
• Cannot record while in Quad mode
MOTION RECORDING
(AUTO)
• System only records when motion is detected by
a camera
• Compatible with Quad Mode (recommended) –
enable Quad Mode
BEFORE turning on Motion Recording
• Compatible with Auto Sequence Viewing Mode
• Press the Motion button on the remote
control to start/stop Motion recording
SCREEN SAVER +
MOTION RECORDING
• Enable Screen Saver for LCD receiver to simulate
a picture frame
• System only records when motion is detected by
a camera
• Press the Motion button to start Motion
Recording
• Press the Scan/Del button to enable
Screen Saver mode
Changing Camera View Mode
View a single camera at a time, single cameras in sequence
(Auto Sequence) or all cameras at the same time (Quad).
Follow these steps to access each of the viewing modes:
Single Channel View: Press CHANNEL-M repeatedly to
manually scroll through available camera channels (turn unused
channels off in CAMERA ON/OFF menu)
Auto Sequence View (default setting): Press CHANNEL-A
to automatically scroll through every available channel at 5 second
intervals. Press CHANNEL-M to return back to manually switching
camera channels
Quad View: Press the QUAD button once to enter 4-channel
quad view. Press again to return to the previous camera view. To
quickly go to a specific channel while in Quad view, simply press
the corresponding directional button (1-4). Once you have exited
Quad view, return to using MANUAL-M to manually scroll to
specific channel
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D. How to begin Recording?
(using remote control)
Navigating Menu Screens:
SIMPLY AWARE
On-Screen Display (see user manual for further details)
1
4
2
5
For information on viewing recordings, refer to the user manual section “Viewing Recorded Video”
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3
7
1.
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3.
4.
Signal Indicator
Recording Status Indicator
File Name
Camera indicator
TIP: Beeping Sound
By default, the system is set to beep when motion is detected
by the camera(s). To turn the beeping off, locate the dial on
the left side of the receiver marked “Alarm Vol.” and turn it
all the way to the right.
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5. New Recording/
Memory Full indicator
6. SD card status indicator
7. Current Time/
Date Indicator
This product is EXPANDABLE UP TO 4 CAMERAS.
To order additional cameras, please visit our website at
www.lorextechnology.com
It’s all on the Web
For detailed setup information, please refer to your User’s
Manual. For additional information and accessory purchases, please visit our website
www.lorextechnology.com/support
EXTENDING YOUR WIRELESS SIGNAL
Even with a clear line-of-sight between your camera(s) and your receiver, you may experience a lower frame
rate simply due to the distance between your wireless devices. Accessory antennas are available that can
help extend the range of your wireless signal. Visit www.lorextechnology.com for more details.
©2011 Lorex Technology Inc.
As our product is subject to continuous improvement, Lorex Technology &
subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product design, specifications, prices
& warranty without notice and without incurring any obligation. E&OE
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