Time Quick Setup Guide Time Time Time BASIC SETUP under 15 minutes under 30 minutes Hand Tools BASIC SETUP over 60 minutes under 60 minutes Time Hardware under 15 minutes under 30 minutes Hand Tools Hi Speed NAVIGATION AND CONTROLS over 60 minutes under 60 minutes Time Hardware under 15 minutes under 30 minutes under 60 minutes SET-UP LOCAL VIEWING ON YOUR PC over 60 minutes under 15 minutes Hi Speed Hand Tools Hardware Hi Speed Hand Tools LH300 Edge, Edge , Edge mini Series + BASIC INSTALLATION GUIDE STEP 1 Time: 20 Minutes under 15 minutes under 30 minutes Hand Tools Hand Tools under 60 minutes over 60 minutes BASIC INSTALLATION GUIDE Router STEP 1 Skills - Easy Hardware Skill Level Hi Speed Time: 20 Minutes under 15 minutes under 30 minutes Hand Tools Hand Tools under 60 minutes over 60 minutes BASIC INSTALLATION GUIDE Router Router Intermediate easy advanced Continued STEP 2 Skills - Easy Hardware Router Skill Level The LH300 Series DVR is designed to mount securely to the back of LCD monitors with a VESA mount. However, if desired, you can also leave the DVR in a standard horizontal/vertical position. easy Intermediate advanced ATTENTION: You can only mount the EDGE DVR to an LCD monitor with a VESA mount and an independent stand with clear access to the mounting holes. Mobile Viewing Mount the System Identify Your System 1 LH304 Edge mini Series LH314, 318, 316 Edge Series LH324, 328, 326 2 + Edge Series Skill Level Hi Speed Screw the provided mounting screws into the two top holes in the rear panel of your LCD monitor. Make sure the screws are only 3/4 of the way in; this will allow sufficient clearance to hang the system. Carefully place the system (front panel facing up) over the screws and slide down into place. • * DVR Model, Number of Channels/ Port configuration and HDD (hard disk drive) capacity may vary by model. Check your package for specific content information. • Monitor and Cameras are not included. • Broadband Router and Computer are required for local and remote monitoring (not included). 3 Time: 20 Minutes Router STEP 3 Skills - Easy Skill Level 6 Connect a VGA or DVI cable from your LCD monitor to the VGA or DVI port on the rear panel of the system. For detailed setup information, please refer to your included User’s Manual. For additional information, please visit our website www.lorextechnology.com * For setup of Instant Mobile Viewing and MAC Compatibility refer to your User Manual. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. As our products are subject to continuous improvement, Lorex Technology INC. and our subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product design, specifications and prices, without notice and without incurring any obligation. E&OE © 2010 LOREX. All rights reserved. Intermediate easy advanced Connect the Flex-IR Extender the Flex-IR extender to the port 7 Connect on the rear panel of the System. Position the Flex-IR extender near the front of your monitor, or where it will receive a clear signal from the remote control. Connect the Power Cable the power cable to the DC 12V 8 Connect port on the rear panel of the System. At Time: 30 Minutes Hardware PC/Router under 15 minutes Note: Make sure all cameras and cables are properly connected prior to powering on the system. System Passwords (4/8/16 Ch) under 30 minutes ID PASSWORD USER 1 ADMIN 2 LEVEL ID PASSWORD 1111 USER 2 2222 2222 ADMIN 3 3333 4/8/16 Channel LAN ID & P/W Connect a USB mouse to the USB port on the rear panel of the System. Connect the BNC cameras to the BNC ports on the rear panel. NOTE: Test the cameras prior to selecting a permanent mounting location by temporarily connecting the Cameras and Cables to your System. 10 1. Click 1 2 1 LEVEL ID PASSWORD GUEST 7 1111 USER 8 2222 ADMIN 9 3333 5. Right click or press (C) from the tool bar to exit until all menus are closed. The date and time will appear on the bottom-left corner of the screen. Hi Speed Intermediate advanced Skill Level Intermediate easy advanced button twice on the remote control. OR from the Main Menu click , and then click Information. Your IP and MAC addresses are under LAN. Right click or press (C) from the tool bar to exit and return to the main screen. Record the IP and MAC Addresses in the section below: Click (Menu) to open the Main Menu. IP ADDRESS : 1 4 2 3 5 6 1. Camera, 2. Setup, 3. Record, 4. Alarm, 5. Backup, 6. LAN MAC ADDRESS : 2 : : : : 1. Launch Internet Explorer. 2. In the address bar, enter the IP address of your DVR (recorded in the previous step. NOTE: Enter http://, followed by the IP address of your DVR (recorded in step 3-1), then a semi-colon, and then the HTTP Port number (i.e. http://192.168.X.XXX:80). 3. In the ID and password fields, enter your network (LAN) user ID and Password and click LOGIN. NOTE: Once you have added and connected to the system, you can monitor and control it in real time. 4. You must install the ActiveX® plug-in for DVR Netviewer to function. Click the attention bar at the top of the main page and select Install ActiveX Control. DVR Netviewer will reset. 5. Log in with your LAN user name and password. From the security window, click Install. LH314, 318, 316 Edge Series Live Viewing using DVR Netviewer (LOCALLY): 3 By default, DVR Netviewer launches in Live Viewing mode. To use Live Viewing: 1. Click Congratulations! You have completed STEP 1 & 2 successfully. Your system is now ready to use. Refer to the owner’s manual to learn how to record, search, playback, and use other advanced features and all other features available with this system. : . Logging into DVR Netviewer (LOCALLY): Tool Bar - Primary control input for the user interface. LH304 Edge mini Series . (Required for DDNS registration) The system uses a graphical Password Wheel for inputting and changing user IDs and 4-digit, numeric passwords. LH324, 328, 326 Edge+ Series . (Live). , , , , to view in Quad or 16-split. 2. Click 3. Click the Channel buttons to view channels in full-screen. NOTE: This method works for LOCAL VIEWING ONLY. If you wish to access your system from a remote location, you must setup Easy Connect or enable DDNS. (Menu) to open the Main Menu. (Setup) to open the Setup menu. 2. Click 3. Click Date/Time Setup and configure the following options: • Date Mode: Use the scroll wheel to select Y/M/D, D/M/Y, or M/Y/D. • Date: Use the scroll wheel to manually enter the date. • Time: Use the scroll wheel to manually enter the time. 4. Click Exit/Update. The new date and time are saved; the system returns to the Setup menu. Router over 60 minutes This step relates to local viewing over the LAN (local area network) by using a PC and a router located on the same network as that of the DVR. Press the (Menu) to open the Main Menu. 1. Click 2. Under the Main Menu Setup window, click DVR Password to access the Password Wheel. Using the mouse, move the cursor and click from 0~9. You cannot select the options to the left of the Password Wheel (user ID, password) —you can only select the digits. If you make a mistake, simply right-click to exit and re-select the option to try again. 4 Hi Speed Skill Level easy Router To use the Password Wheel: 8/16 Channel DVR ID & P/W Setting the Date & Time 5 3 DVR ACCESS LEVEL 3 Hardware Skills - Intermediate under 60 minutes Hardware advanced Password Wheel Depending on your system model, the default User Name (ID) and Password is different. 4 Channel DVR ID & P/W* Intermediate Retrieve the DVR Information • Left-Button: Click to select a menu option; while in Split-Screen mode (Live View or Playback), click on a channel to view the selected channel in full-screen. • Right-Button: Click to return to previous menu; exit menus/modes. • Scroll-Wheel: Scroll up/ down to change values in selected menu options; position markers in playback bar. TIP: When navigating menus: Left mouse button: Click to select menu options. Scroll-Wheel: Scroll up/down to change values for selected options. startup, the unit performs a basic system check and runs an initial loading sequence. After a few moments, the system loads a live display view. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to an available port of your router (not included) and the other end to the System’s Network Port. Connect the Cameras (not included) 1 2 Note: This is optional with LH304 Edge mini Series 9 easy Main Menu * P/W table refers to both Edge and Edge mini 4 channel Systems REMOTE/LAN VIEWING 4 advanced Mouse Connect a Monitor (not included) Connect the USB Mouse It’s all on the Web Intermediate easy Skill Level Connect the Ethernet Cable ATTENTION: over 60 minutes under 60 minutes LOCAL VIEWING INSTALLATION GUIDE Hand Tools Instant under 30 minutes Time LOCAL LIVE SITE- 16 CH Congratulations! You have completed Step 3 successfully. You can now view, playback video on your Local Computer via LAN (local area network). LH300 Series Quick Setup Guide - English - R1 LOREX EASY CONNECT INTERNET REMOTE VIEWING - BASIC Time under 15 minutes under 30 minutes Hand Tools STEP 3A under 30 minutes Hardware - PC Hand Tools Hardware Hi Speed Router port forwarding is not required Using your Internet Explorer web browser from your computer (Windows operating system only) Router Go to http://lorex.yoics.com and create an account. Skill Level easy Intermediate Skills - Easy Skill Level easy over 60 minutes under 60 minutes 1 Easy Connect Setup Intermediate Detailed instructions available in the User Manual. For advanced remote monitoring including mobile phone connectivity refer to Step 3B. advanced Note: There is no “www” in front of the address. The system must be connected to your local network router for Yoics to automatically detect the system. 4 A pop-up window opens and informs you that your device has been detected. Click Continue in the registration screen to enable Yoics Easy Connect. You can rename your system (e.g. myoffice). Click Register Now. After the registration, your system will be detected automatically. Click on the name of your device under “My Stuff” on the left side bar. Install ActiveX when Internet Explorer prompts you. Enter the System User ID and Password and click OK to login to the system. Note: To log in, refer to the 4/8/16 LAN ID & P/W table for User ID’s & P/W’s. REMOTE/LAN VIEWING 4/8/16 Channel LAN ID & P/W PASSWORD 1111 USER 8 2222 ADMIN 9 3333 STEP 3B on your pc Continued on your pc Continued DDNS on your pc & SYSTEM Congratulations! Now that you have a Yoics account set up you can log in to http://lorex.yoics.com to remotely view your cameras from anywhere in the world using Internet Explorer web browser (Windows operating system only). STEP 3B DDNS Continued on your pc advanced 4 Manual Port Forward (optional): 1 Auto Port Forward Wizard The Lorex Auto Port Forwarding Wizard is a software that automates router port forwarding. You must have the following before you configure the software: 1. Your router’s model and version numbers 2. Your router’s user name and password 3. Your Lorex device’s IP address 4. Your Lorex device’s port numbers that require port forwarding If you were unable to port-forward your router automatically using the wizard, you will need to do so manually. All routers are different. To port forward your router, please refer to your router’s user manual. An example of a port forwarding screen is shown for illustration purposes. Ports: 80 (Web Port) 2 Installation 1. Insert the system’s software CD, select the Lorex Easy Connect Internet Setup Wizard and follow the instructions to register, download and launch the Wizard. 3 Step 1: Populate the Router Database An automated REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION EMAIL will be sent to your email. Print and Save this confirmation. You will need this information to access your System remotely. Service Provider: dns1.lorexddns.net Domain Name: tomsmith.lorexddns.net User ID: tomsmith EXAMPLE Password: (your password) 80 80 NOTE: Once you have added and connected to a DVR, you can monitor and control the system in real time. 5 DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) Set-up: Open your web browser (Internet Explorer by default) and enter http://www.lorexddns.net in the address bar. 3. You must install the ActiveX® plug-in for DVR Netviewer to function. Click the attention bar at the top of the main page and select Install ActiveX Control. DVR Netviewer will reset. 4. Log in with your LAN user name and password. From the security window, click Install. http://www.lorexddns.net 1. Open Internet Explorer (version 6 or above - PC) or Safari (Mac) and enter the IP address of your DVR in the address bar (i.e. http://192.168.X.XXX:80). DVR Netviewer opens. 2. Login using your LAN user ID and password (refer to the password table under Step 1-9). 80 2. Under Router IP, click the Detect Router IP button. The router’s IP populates in the blank field. 3. Under Username and Password, enter the router’s username and password. 4. Under IP, enter the IP address of your Lorex device as recorded in Step 3-1. 5. Under Port, enter the port number(s) that require forwarding (Web Port: 80). 6. Click Next to continue. . The Setup menu opens. 3. Click 4. Click DDNS. Create Account 7 Complete New Account Information: 1. Click the Update Router button. The program begins updating the router settings. This may take 20 - 30 seconds. 2. Close the update window when the update finishes. Note: You may have to manually save your router settings after the software makes the required changes to your router. Step 4: Test your Connection 1. Click the Test Your Connection button. Your system’s default browser opens and connects to your Lorex device. Note: To log in, refer to the 4/8/16 LAN ID & P/W table for User ID’s & P/W’s. NOTE: Ensure that Internet Explorer is your system’s default internet browser. 1 2 3 4/8/16 Channel LAN ID & P/W LEVEL ID PASSWORD GUEST 7 1111 USER 8 2222 ADMIN 9 3333 PROCEED TO STEP 3B-5. 1. For PRODUCT LICENSE select the LH300 Series option from the drop down menu. 2. For PRODUCT CODE enter the Monitor’s MAC address (recorded in step 3-1). 3. For URL REQUEST enter a unique URL name (e.g. tomsmith). Note: URL name should not be more than 15 characters. 1. On your computer, open Internet Explorer (PC) or Safari (Mac) and type in the DDNS DOMAIN NAME. You can acquire this from the DDNS Registration Email sent to you. 2. In the ID and Password fields, enter your network user ID and password and click LOGIN. 12 6 Create Account: 10 Logging into DVR Netviewer (REMOTELY): http://tomsmith.lorexddns.net EXAMPLE System The Auto Port Forwarding Wizard automatically populates a list of current routers, and detects the number of connected routers. 8 Registration Email: 9 Enter DDNS Set-up on your System Step 3: Update the Router Settings DVR Viewer 7 DDNS NOTE: Click the Auto Detect button if you have a Linksys or Netgear router (works with most models). 5 Connect to your DVR ID STEP 3B 1. Under the Router drop-down list, select the model of your router OR click the Search button to enter the name of your router model. Note: Ensure you select the proper model and firmware number of the router. DVR Viewer LEVEL LOREX EASY CONNECT INTERNET REMOTE LOREX EASY CONNECT INTERNET REMOTE MONITORING ADVANCED MONITORING ADVANCED Step 2: Enter your Router Settings Your system now appears on the left side bar under “My Stuff” GUEST LOREX EASY CONNECT INTERNET REMOTE MONITORING ADVANCED OPTIONAL 1. Click the Next button after the software detects your router configuration. Note: This service is provided free of charge. You do not have to click the Upgrade Now button to use the Remote Viewer service. 6 STEP 3B Router under 15 minutes 3 over 60 minutes Hi Speed REMOTE VIEWING INSTALLATION GUIDE Time: 20 Minutes Time on your pc 2 under 60 minutes Hardware LOREX EASY CONNECT INTERNET REMOTE MONITORING ADVANCED (AUTO PORT FORWARD WIZARD) Note: By default, your DDNS service is http://www.lorexddns.net NOTE: Remote viewing is only compatible with Internet Explorer & Safari (Safari supports Viewing only and does not support Search or PTZ controls ). Other browsers are not supported. By default, DVR Netviewer launches in Live Viewing mode. To use Live Viewing: 1. 1. Click (Live). , , , , to view in Quad or 16-split. 2. Click 3. Click the Channel buttons to view channels in full-screen 5. Under the DDNS Select field, click the drop down arrow to switch from Disable to http://lorexddns.net/ 6. In the corresponding text fields, enter your DDNS username and password. Note: Obtain this information from the confirmation email after registering for the free Lorex DDNS service. 7. Under DDNS Domain Name, enter only the first portion of your DDNS domain from the confirmation email. For example, if your domain name is tomsmith.lorexddns.net, you only need to enter tomsmith in the text field. 8. Click Apply to save your settings or click Clear to exit without saving. 9. If your settings are correct, you will see Setup Information X a “Setup Successful” message. Click “OK” to close the screen. Setup Successful. REMOTE LIVE SITE- 16 CH Congratulations! You have completed 3B successfully. You can now view, playback images on your Remote Computer via WAN (wide area network) and Remotely control the system on your Remote computer over the Internet (Wide Area Network). Instant OK Note: Once you have saved your DDNS settings, you must reset your system in order for the changes to take effect. Disconnect and reconnect the power cable from the rear panel to reset. Please allow 10-15 minutes for the DDNS servers to update with your new DDNS address. Mobile Viewing For Instant Mobile Connectivity using a Smart Phone, refer to the User Manual. Make sure to complete Port Forwarding Step 3B.
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