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Lorex LX1081-88BD 1080p HD 8-Channel Security System Quick Setup Guide
Back panels shown below are for illustration only. Your recorder’s back panel
may appear different, with all the same ports in different locations.
STEP 1: Connect cameras*
Test your cameras prior to selecting a permanent mounting location by temporarily connecting the
cameras and cables to your DVR.
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Quick Setup Guide
Physical setup of the recorder and essential system settings
NOTES:
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The extension cable must be a single stretch of cable between the recorder and camera. You cannot
connect multiple extension cables to each other.
This guide covers connecting cameras to your security recorder only. For full instructions on installing your
cameras, please refer to your camera’s documentation at lorex.com.
Before selecting a permanent mounting location for your cameras, see Ensuring Accurate Person and
Vehicle Detection below for important camera installation notes.
STEP 2: Connect router*
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Connect the recorder to your router using the included Ethernet cable.
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NOTE: To receive automatic firmware updates and enable remote viewing with mobile apps, a high speed Internet
connection is required (minimum upload speed of 3.5Mbps required for remote viewing). All other system features
can be used without an Internet connection.
STEP 3: Connect mouse
1080p HD Security DVR
Connect the included mouse to a USB port on the recorder.
Power Adapter
Ethernet Cable
USB Mouse
HDMI Cable
Dimensions
12.8” / 324mm
9.8” / 249mm
2.4”
60mm
STEP 4: Connect monitor*
Connect the recorder to a monitor using the included HDMI cable or a VGA cable (not included).
Both HDMI and VGA ports support up to 1080p output resolution.
OR
Setting Up Your Recorder
See the steps below (expanded instructions to the right) to complete initial setup of
the recorder:
STEP 1:
Connect cameras*
STEP 2:
Connect router*
STEP 3:
IMPORTANT: The system will automatically match the resolution of the connected monitor the first time you use
the recorder. If you need to switch monitors, make sure you set the recorder to an output resolution supported
by the new monitor before switching. See Changing the Recorder’s Output Resolution on the rear for details.
Connect mouse
STEP 5: Connect power
STEP 6:
Lorex Setup Wizard
STEP 4:
Connect monitor*
Use the included power adapter to connect the recorder to a nearby outlet. Turn the recorder on
using the power switch on the back panel.
STEP 5:
Connect power
For camera compatibility information, visit lorex.com/compatibility.
* Not included / sold separately.
STEP 6: Lorex Setup Wizard
When you first power up your recorder, the
Lorex Setup Wizard will begin. The Wizard will help you
configure core system settings.
Overview of extra ports:
You will also create a secure password. For future
reference, it is recommended that you record your
password here:
Audio In/Out
Connect microphone / speaker*
RS485
Connect Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) cameras*
Record your password below and store in a secure place:
NOTE: For full instructions on using the extra ports, please refer to your security recorder’s
instruction manual at lorex.com.
Ensuring Accurate Person and Vehicle Detection
The following are important camera installation notes to ensure accurate person and vehicle
detection. For full camera mounting instructions, see your camera’s documentation at lorex.com.
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• Angle the camera so that objects of interest appear in the bottom ⅔ of the camera image.
• Choose a location where objects of interest will be no further than 50ft (~15m) from the camera.
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Lower accuracy for objects further away than 50ft
(~15m) and/or in the top ⅓ of the image.
Optimal accuracy for objects within 50ft (~15m)
and in the bottom ⅔ of the image.
• Angle the camera between 30~60° down from the level position.
• Install the camera between 8-16ft (2.5-5m) off of the ground.
Level position (i.e., ceiling)
NOTE: Accuracy of person and vehicle detection will be influenced by multiple
factors, such as the object’s distance from the camera, the size of the
object, and the height and angle of the camera. Night vision will also impact
the accuracy of detection.
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Additional Installation Tips:
• Point the camera where there is the least amount of obstructions (e.g., tree branches).
• Install the camera where vandals cannot easily reach.
• Secure cabling so that it is not exposed or easily cut.
• This camera is rated for outdoor use. Installation in a sheltered location is recommended.
Optimal
angle
range
Once you have completed all steps for initial setup on the front of this guide, please refer
to the following sections to learn more about using your system.
Using the Mouse
Motion & Advanced Person/Vehicle Detection
• During split-screen display
mode: Click an individual
channel to view it in full-screen.
Click again to return to the splitscreen display mode.
• While navigating menus: Click
to open a menu option.
• During live view: Click anywhere
on the screen to open the Quick
Menu.
• While navigating menus: Click
to exit menus.
During live view: Use the scroll wheel to zoom in / out.
Set preferences for motion detection. This section includes setup of person/vehicle detection. By
default, person/vehicle detection is enabled on channels 1 and 2.
To configure motion & advanced person/vehicle detection:
1.
From live view, right-click and then click Main Menu. If prompted, log in using the system user name (default:
admin) and your new, secure password.
2.
Click ALARM. Click MOTION on the far-left, then click the Motion Detect tab.
3.
Configure the following:
NOTE: In live view, hover the mouse cursor over the top of the screen to open the Navigation Bar. Move the mouse
cursor away from the top of the screen to close the Navigation Bar.
Quick Access to System Information
a
b
To quickly open a window that displays vital system information such as device ID, model number,
firmware version, and IP address:
•
Tap the button on the front panel of the recorder.
•
Right-click to open the Quick Menu and click Info.
d
OR
e
Using the Quick Menu
a
b
c
f
Right-click anywhere on the live viewing screen to open the
Quick Menu.
a.
Open Main Menu.
b.
Search and playback recordings.
c.
Control PTZ cameras (not included).
d.
Select camera / live display view.
e
e.
View previous / next channel(s).
f.
View system information.
f
g
h
i
j
g.
Start/stop sequence mode.
h.
Temporarily disable all current audible warnings.
i.
Open manual recording controls.
j.
Adjust camera color and image settings.
d
c
g
a.
Select the channel you would like to configure.
b.
Click Enable.
c.
Click Setup next to Area to set an active area for motion
detection. See Figure 1 below for details.
d.
Click Setup next to Schedule to set the weekly schedule
for motion detection. See Figure 2 below for details.
e.
Set preferences for how the system
reacts to motion detection events.
f.
Click Smart Motion Detection to
enable person / vehicle detection.
See Figure 3 below for details.
g.
Click Apply to save changes.
• The camera image appears with a red grid overlay.
This means the entire image is enabled for motion
detection.
• Click or click-and-drag to add / remove boxes
from the active area. Cells that have been
removed from the active area appear green.
• Hover near the top of the image to reveal zone
selection. You can set up to 3 different zones with
different sensitivity and threshold values.
Changing the Recorder’s Output Resolution
The system will automatically match the resolution of the connected monitor the first time you
use the recorder.
• Right-click when finished.
Figure 1: Motion Detection Area
IMPORTANT: If you need to switch the monitor, make sure you set the recorder to an output resolution
supported by the new monitor before switching.
To change the recorder’s output resolution:
1.
From live view, right-click and then click Main Menu. If prompted, log in using the system user name (default:
admin) and your new, secure password.
2.
Click DISPLAY, then configure the following:
a.
b.
Figure 2: Motion Schedule
Figure 3: Smart Motion Detection
• Click Enable to allow detection of people and vehicles
on the selected channel.
• The default schedule, shown in Figure 2, is
active at all times.
Set Resolution to match the
highest resolution supported
by your monitor. For example,
select 1920×1080 for 1080p
monitors, or 1280×720 for 720p.
IMPORTANT: A maximum of 2 channels will support
person/vehicle detection at once. By default, channels
1 and 2 have person/vehicle detection enabled.
• Click Modify to change the schedule for the
corresponding day of the week.
• Click OK when finished.
Click Apply. The recorder will
restart before changes take
effect.
• Select a Sensitivity level (a high sensitivity value will
detect smaller objects than a low value).
• Check Person / Vehicle.
a
• Click OK when finished.
b
Playback
Configuring Deterrence Settings
Search through and play video recordings from the hard drive.
Set preferences for automatic warning light triggering on compatible Lorex deterrence cameras.
For a complete list of compatible deterrence cameras, navigate to your recorder series at
lorex.com/compatibility.
To search for and play recordings:
1.
From live view, right-click and then click Playback. If prompted, log in using the system user name (default:
admin) and your new, secure password.
2.
Configure the following:
a.
Use the calendar on the right to
select the date to playback.
b.
Check channels you want to
play back. Click the icon beside
each selected channel to select
Mainstream (M) or Substream (S)
video quality.
c.
To configure deterrence settings:
1.
In live view, right-click and click Main Menu. If prompted, log in using the system user name (default: admin)
and your new, secure password.
2.
Click ALARM. Click MOTION on the far-left, then click the Deterrence tab.
3.
Configure the following:
a
b
Click inside the video bar to select
the playback time. Playback starts
immediately at the selected time.
d
a
b
c
d
e
e
c
f
To filter for person / vehicle recordings:
PREREQUISITE: You must enable Smart Motion Detection on any and all channels you would like to filter
for person / vehicle detection. See the section Motion & Advanced Person/Vehicle Detection for details.
d.
Click
to stop
current playback.
e.
Hover over the
icon. Check Person / Vehicle to filter available playback events.
Wait a few seconds for the video bar to show detection events.
a.
Select the channel of a connected
deterrence camera.
d.
Click Setup next to Area to set an active area for automatic
deterrence. See Figure 4 below for details.
b.
Check Enable.
e.
c.
Click Setup next to Warning Light to
configure preferences.
Click Setup next to Schedule to set the weekly schedule for
automatic deterrence. See Figure 5 below for details.
f.
Click Apply.
Backup
Back up recordings from the hard drive to a USB flash drive (not included).
To back up recordings:
1.
Insert a formatted USB flash drive (not included) into a free USB port on the recorder.
2.
From live view, right-click and then click Main Menu. If prompted, log in using the system user name (default:
admin) and your new, secure password.
3.
Click BACKUP.
4.
Configure the following:
a.
Select your USB drive and the
folder for the backup.
b.
Select the channel(s) and
recording types to search by.
c.
Select a start and end time.
d.
Choose a file format.
e.
Click Add to see recordings that
match your search.
f.
Check boxes next to recordings
you want to back up.
g.
Click Backup.
Figure 4: Deterrence Area
• The camera image appears with a grid overlay. The
green area is the active area for deterrence.
• Click or click-and-drag to add / remove boxes from
the active area.
a
b
c
d
• In Figure 4, only motion around the doorway will
trigger warning light.
e
Figure 5: Deterrence Schedule
• The default schedule, shown in Figure 5, is
active during the night, between 5pm and
7am.
• Click Modify to change the schedule for the
corresponding day of the week.
• Click OK when finished.
• Right-click when finished.
To set off all connected deterrence cameras’ warning lights and
sirens, press and hold the front panel button for 3 seconds.
f
g
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