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Lorex MPX84AW 1080p HD Surveillance System featuring 4 Audio Camera Quick Start Guide
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1080p HD IR Security Camera with Audio
Mounting Kit*
Allen Key*
BNC / Power Extension Cable*
Power Adapter*
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1080p HD IR Security Camera
with Audio
ATTENTION:
A REGULATED power supply is REQUIRED for use with this camera. Use of
a non-regulated, non-conforming power supply can damage this product
and voids the warranty.
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On-Screen Display (OSD) Menu
To use the OSD menu, access the PTZ menu of your Lorex HD DVR. See
your DVR’s instruction manual for more details.
NOTE: OSD menu is only supported through Lorex HD DVRs.
Format
WDR
OFF
Sharpness
Contrast
Image Adjustment
Saturation
Hue
2DNR
3DNR
Exposure
White Balance
Exposure Mode
Auto
Anti-flicker
Auto
ATW
Night/Day
Auto
Day/Night
Day/Night
Waiting Time
Color
B/W
English
Language
French
Spanish
Camera Title
Mirror
Advanced
English Version 4.0
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Safety Precautions
BLC
Backlight Mode
Quick Start Guide
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Search for the model number
of your product
Horizontal Mirror
Vertical Mirror
D-Zoom
Smart IR
Audio Mode
• Read this guide carefully and keep it for future reference.
• Follow all instructions for safe use of the product and handle with care.
• Use the cameras within given temperature, humidity and voltage levels
noted in the camera’s specifications.
• Do not disassemble the cameras.
• Do not point the cameras directly towards the sun or a source of
intense light.
• Use only the supplied regulated power supply. Use of a non-regulated,
non-conforming power supply can damage this product and voids the
warranty.
• Periodic cleaning may be required. Use a damp cloth only. Do not use
harsh cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Installation Tips
• Point the camera where there is the least amount of obstructions
(i.e., 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.
Dimensions
System Information
Reset
Disclaimers
• Compatible with Lorex HD DVRs and standard analog DVRs. For a
complete list of compatible recorders, visit lorex.com/compatibility
• Not intended for submersion in water. Installation in a sheltered
location recommended.
• Audio and OSD menu functions are only supported on Lorex HD DVRs.
2.0”
50mm
1.4”
36mm
4.0”
106mm
LEV2750A SERIES
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Connecting the Camera
Installing the Camera
ATTENTION:
Test your camera prior to selecting a permanent mounting location by
temporarily connecting the camera and cable to your DVR.
Cable Extension Options
Male Power
Female Power
Before Installing the Camera
• Decide whether to run the cables through the
wall / ceiling (drilling required) or along
the wall / ceiling.
• If you run the cables along the
wall / ceiling, you must run the
cable through the cable notch on
the base. This will keep the camera
Cable Notch
base flush to the surface when mounted.
Use pliers to break off the perforated metal
tab on the camera cover, and then align the cable notch in the
camera cover with the cable notch in the camera base.
Camera
DVR
Connect the BNC connector
to a video input on your DVR.
For optional connection to
standard analog DVRs
To install your camera:
1. To separate the camera cover from the camera base, loosen the
screws located on either side of the camera cover using the
included Allen key.
2. Use the included mounting template to mark holes for the mounting
screws.
3. Drill the holes and then feed the cable through the mounting
surface or cable notch.
NOTE: Insert the included drywall anchors if installing the camera
in drywall.
Mounting Surface
Mounting Template
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Drywall Anchors
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01
Mounting Screws
Camera Cover
Camera Mount Screw
4. Connect cables as shown in the section “Connecting the Camera”.
5. Mount the camera base to the surface using the
provided mounting screws. Make sure
all screws are fastened tightly.
ATTENTION:
Audio recording without consent is illegal in certain jurisdictions. Lorex
Corporation assumes no liability for use of its products that does not
conform with local laws.
Max Cable Run
Distance
1
Lorex model MCBL-60BNCU / MCBL60BNCU2 BNC Cable (included with camera)
60ft / 18m
2
‘RG59’ or ‘Coax’ or ‘Coaxial BNC’ Siamese
(Video and Power)
300ft / 92m
3
‘RG59’ or ‘Coax’ or ‘Coaxial BNC’ (Video
Only)2
800ft / 242m
Notes:
1. The extension cable must be a single stretch of cable between the
DVR and camera. You cannot connect multiple extension cables to
each other.
2. For cable runs above 300ft / 92m (option 3), you must connect the
power adapter directly to the camera, rather than at the end of the
extension cable.
3. Indicators that your cable run may be too long:
• Video is permanently black & white (even during day time)
• Video is unclear, soft, or distorted
4. For more information on extension cables, visit lorex.com
Problem
Solution
• Ensure you have used the correct BNC
connector for your DVR. Use the camera’s black
BNC connector when connecting to Lorex HD
DVRs, and the yellow connector for standard
analog DVRs.
• Ensure connections are properly connected.
• Ensure the camera power supply is plugged in.
Picture is too bright
• Ensure your camera isn’t pointed directly at a
source of light (e.g., sun or spot light).
• Move your camera to a different location.
3. Click the arrow in the PTZ control window to show advanced controls.
Picture is too dark
4. Click
. In Menu Operation, click Enter. The OSD menu appears over the camera
image.
5. Select the Advanced menu using the on-screen controls.
6. Select the Audio Mode option and choose OFF.
7. Click Enter.
• Check the brightness and contrast settings of
the DVR or monitor.
Night vision is not working
• The night vision activates when light levels
drop. The area may have too much light.
Picture is not clear
• Check the camera lens for dirt, dust,
spiderwebs. Clean the lens with a soft, clean
cloth.
• Make sure that the cable run is within the
limitations specified in the section ‘Cable
Extension Options’.
Bright spot in video when
viewing camera at night
• Night vision reflects when pointing a camera
at a window. Move the camera to a different
location.
No audio
• Audio is only supported on Lorex HD DVRs.
Ensure your camera is connected using the
black BNC connector (see ‘Connecting the
Camera’).
• Ensure DVR volume is turned on / turned up.
• Ensure audio function on camera is turned on
(see ‘Disabling Camera Audio’).
• Ensure audio is turned up on viewing device.
Audio is enabled by default. To disable camera audio through a Lorex HD DVR:
1. In Live View, double-click the camera channel to open in full-screen.
2. Right-click and then click PAN/TILT/ZOOM. Enter the system user name and
password if prompted. The PTZ menu opens.
NOTE: If prompted, set the control mode and protocol for the channel that the
camera is connected to in the PAN/TILT/ZOOM setting page.
Connecting
Setup Diagram
the Cameras
Optional
Adjustment screw
Camera
Extension Cable
12V DC Power
HD DVR
B) Tilt the lens
module up to 90°
Cable Type
No picture / signal
BNC Video
A) Turn the lens
holder up to 45°
Option
Troubleshooting
Connecting
Disabling Camera
the Cameras
Audio
NOTE: These instructions are based on current Lorex HD DVR interface. If you are
not able to access your DVR’s OSD menu by following these steps, please use the
instructions in your DVR manual instead.
6. Use a Philips head screwdriver (not included)
to loosen the lens module adjustment screw.
Do not loosen all the way.
7. Adjust the angle of the camera
as needed:
Connect the male power head
and the BNC connector to the
camera.
Connect the female power
head to the included power
adapter.
Extend the cable run for your camera depending on the cable type used.
Additional extension cables sold separately. See table below:
C) Rotate the lens
module 360°
8. Tighten the adjustment screw when finished.
9. Cover the camera base with the camera cover.
10. Tighten the screws on either side of the camera cover.
Power Adapter
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