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USER’S GUIDE
LW2960 Series
USER’S GUIDE
LW2960 Series
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Thank you for purchasing this product. Lorex is committed to providing our customers with a high quality,
reliable security solution.
This manual refers to the following models:
LW2960 Series (9” wireless surveillance system
For the latest online manual, downloads and product updates, and to learn about our complete line of
accessory products, please visit our website at:
www.lorextechnology.com
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE
COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to
alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the appliance.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF THE PLUG
TO THE WIDE SLOT AND FULLY INSERT.
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Table of contents
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Important Safeguards ..........................................................................1
1.1
General Precautions.................................................................... 1
1.2
Installation................................................................................. 1
1.3
Service ..................................................................................... 3
1.4
Use.......................................................................................... 3
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LW2960 Series Features .......................................................................4
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Getting Started....................................................................................5
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Installing the Camera(s) .......................................................................6
4.1
Installation Tips .......................................................................... 6
4.2
Mounting Positions...................................................................... 6
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Installing the Receiver..........................................................................9
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Camera Overview .............................................................................. 11
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Receiver Overview............................................................................. 12
7.1
Front Panel Buttons ................................................................... 12
7.2
Rear Panel .............................................................................. 13
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Using the System .............................................................................. 14
8.1
Understanding the On-screen Display ........................................... 14
8.2
Navigating Menu Screen ............................................................ 16
8.3
Viewing Modes......................................................................... 16
8.3.1 Auto Sequence Viewing Mode .......................................... 17
8.3.2 Quad Mode................................................................... 17
8.4
Digital Zoom ............................................................................ 17
8.5
Using the Intercom (Two-way Audio) ............................................. 18
8.6
Intercom Volume....................................................................... 18
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Setting the Time ................................................................................ 19
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Recording......................................................................................... 21
10.1
Format Memory ........................................................................ 21
10.2
Scheduled Recording ................................................................ 22
10.2.1 Creating a Recording Schedule ......................................... 22
10.2.2 Stopping Scheduled Recording ......................................... 24
10.2.3 Modifying or Deleting a Recording Schedule ........................ 24
10.3
Manual Recording..................................................................... 25
10.4
Motion Recording ..................................................................... 25
10.4.1 Setting up Motion Recording............................................. 26
10.4.2 Configuring Motion Recording Time ................................... 27
10.4.3 Configuring Video Motion Detection ................................... 27
10.5
Recording Resolution ................................................................ 28
10.6
Enabling / Disabling File Overwrite................................................ 28
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Playback .......................................................................................... 29
11.1
Video Playback ........................................................................ 29
11.1.1 Playback Controls .......................................................... 29
11.2
Deleting Video Files .................................................................. 30
11.3
Viewing Video Directly from the microSD Card ................................ 31
11.3.1 PC .............................................................................. 31
11.3.2 Mac ............................................................................ 32
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Scan Mode........................................................................................ 33
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Brightness........................................................................................ 34
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Settings............................................................................................ 35
14.1
Default Settings ........................................................................ 35
14.2
Time Zone............................................................................... 36
14.3
Network .................................................................................. 36
14.3.1 IP Addressing Options ..................................................... 37
14.4
Firmware Upgrade .................................................................... 38
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Alert Volume ..................................................................................... 39
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Pairing Additional Cameras ................................................................ 40
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Camera On/Off .................................................................................. 42
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Using the Mobile App ......................................................................... 43
18.1
System Requirements................................................................ 43
18.2
Lorex SD Pro for iOS Devices ...................................................... 43
18.2.1 Getting Started .............................................................. 43
18.2.2 Live Viewing.................................................................. 44
18.2.3 Event Log ..................................................................... 45
18.2.4 Modify Password............................................................ 47
18.2.5 Setting Alert Interval........................................................ 48
18.2.6 Setting Video Quality ...................................................... 48
18.2.7 Sharing Snapshots ......................................................... 49
18.3
Lorex SD Pro for Android Devices ................................................ 50
18.3.1 Getting Started .............................................................. 50
18.3.2 Live Viewing.................................................................. 51
18.3.3 Event Log ..................................................................... 51
18.3.4 Modify Password............................................................ 54
18.3.5 Viewing Snapshots ......................................................... 54
18.3.6 Setting Alert Interval........................................................ 55
18.3.7 Setting Video Quality ...................................................... 55
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Technical Specifications..................................................................... 57
19.1
General .................................................................................. 57
19.2
Camera .................................................................................. 57
19.3
Receiver ................................................................................. 57
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Strengthening the Range of the Wireless Signal.................................... 59
20.1
Clear Line-of-Sight .................................................................... 59
20.2
Obstacles ............................................................................... 59
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Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 60
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Frequently Asked Questions ............................................................... 61
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Notices............................................................................................. 63
23.1
FCC Notice ............................................................................. 63
23.2
Industry Canada Notice.............................................................. 63
23.3
Modification............................................................................. 63
23.4
RoHS ..................................................................................... 64
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Important Safeguards
In addition to the careful attention devoted to quality standards in the manufacturing process of your product, safety is a major factor in the design of every instrument. However,
safety is your responsibility too. This sheet lists important information that will help to ensure your enjoyment and proper use of the product and accessory equipment. Please read
them carefully before operating and using your product.
1.1 General Precautions
1. All warnings and instructions in this manual should be followed.
2. Remove the plug from the outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid aerosol detergents.
Use a water-dampened cloth for cleaning.
3. Do not use this product in humid or wet places.
4. Keep enough space around the product for ventilation. Slots and openings in the storage cabinet should not be blocked.
5. It is highly recommended to connect the product to a surge protector to protect from
damage caused by electrical surges. It is also recommended to connect the product to
an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), which has an internal battery that will keep the
product running in the event of a power outage.
CAUTION
Maintain electrical safety. Power line operated equipment or accessories connected to this product
should bear the UL listing mark or CSA certification mark on the accessory itself and should not be modified so as to defeat the safety features. This will help avoid any potential hazard from electrical shock or
fire. If in doubt, contact qualified service personnel.
1.2 Installation
1. Read and Follow Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the product is operated. Follow all operating instructions.
2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings - Comply with all warnings on the product and in the operating
instructions.
4. Polarization - Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type
plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong.
The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
of the obsolete outlet.
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5. Power Sources - This product should be operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your
location, consult your video dealer or local power company. For products intended to
operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
6. Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets or extension cords as this can result in the
risk of fire or electric shock. Overloaded AC outlets, extension cords, frayed power
cords, damaged or cracked wire insulation, and broken plugs are dangerous. They
may result in a shock or fire hazard. Periodically examine the cord, and if its appearance indicates damage or deteriorated insulation, have it replaced by your service
technician.
7. Power-Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
8. Surge Protectors - It is highly recommended that the product be connected to a
surge protector. Doing so will protect the product from damage caused by power
surges. Surge protectors should bear the UL listing mark or CSA certification mark.
9. Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) - Because this product is designed for continuous, 24/7 operation, it is recommended that you connect the product to an uninterruptible power supply. An uninterruptible power supply has an internal battery that will
keep the product running in the event of a power outage. Uninterruptible power supplies should bear the UL listing mark or CSA certification mark.
10. Ventilation - Slots and openings in the case are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating. These openings must
not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided and the
product manufacturer’s instructions have been followed.
11. Attachments - Do not use attachments unless recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause a hazard.
12. Water and Moisture - Do not use this product near water — for example, near a bath
tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement, near a swimming pool
and the like.
13. Heat - The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
14. Accessories - Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, or table.
The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. Use this product only
with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer or sold
with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
15. Camera Extension Cables – Check the rating of your extension cable(s) to verify
compliance with your local authority regulations prior to installation.
16. Mounting - The cameras provided with this system should be mounted only as instructed in this guide or the instructions that came with your cameras, using the provided mounting brackets.
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17. Camera Installation - Cameras are not intended for submersion in water. Not all cameras can be installed outdoors. Check your camera environmental rating to confirm if
they can be installed outdoors. When installing cameras outdoors, installation in a
sheltered area is required.
1.3 Service
1. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
2. Conditions Requiring Service - Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
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When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the product.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged
If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation.
• When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. This indicates a need
for service.
3. Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, have the service technician verify that the replacements used have the same safety characteristics as the original parts. Use of replacements specified by the product manufacturer can prevent fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
4. Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks recommended by the manufacturer to determine that the product is in safe operating condition.
1.4 Use
1. Cleaning - Unplug the product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
2. Product and Cart Combination - When product is installed on a cart, product and
cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn.
3. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or “short-out” parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
4. Lightning - For added protection of this product during a lightning storm, or when it is
left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due
to lightning and power line surges.
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LW2960 Series Features
All-in-one rechargeable wireless 9” LCD receiver and recorder 1
3 minute Internet setup with free smartphone / tablet apps (iOS / Android™) 2
Record video in 720p HD with audio 3
Simple installation. No video cables required 4
Up to 90 days of recording 5
Multiple recording options: manual, motion, or schedule
Push notifications sent to your smartphone / tablet when motion is detected
Two-way audio Intercom
Triplex operation: view live video, record, and playback simultaneously
Pre-event motion detection recording
Dual motion detection technology for more accurate alerts
Time and date stamped recordings for easy retrieval
Front panel feather touch controls
Motorized camera filter provides accurate color reproduction in all lighting conditions
Indoor / outdoor wireless cameras 6
Night time viewing up to 65ft (20m) away in ambient night time lighting conditions and
up to 45ft (14m) away in total darkness 7
• View and record up to 4 cameras at the same time
• Secure wireless signal
• Up to 165ft (50m) indoor / 660ft (200m) outdoor wireless range 8
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Up to 2.8 hours of portable wireless monitoring. For extended monitoring or remote viewing, ensure
the receiver is connected to a local power outlet.
Requires a high speed Internet connection and a wired connection to a router (not included). An upload speed of 1Mbps is recommended for optimal video performance. Up to 3 devices may connect
to the system at the same time.
720p HD (1280x720) up to 20 fps with 2 cameras, or VGA (640x480) in real-time (30fps). 720p resolution recordings and live view can only be viewed in HD using smartphones / tablets that support
720p (1280x720) or higher resolutions or on a computer (microSD card reader not included). Included monitor resolution is 800x480.
Wireless cameras require a wired connection to a power outlet.
Motion recording for a single camera based on VGA (640x480) recording resolution with 20 motion
events per day and 30 second recording duration per event. Maximum recording time may vary
based on the number of cameras that are recording, the amount of motion in the scene, and the size
of the memory card used (8GB microSD card included; 64GB supported).
Weather-resistant. Not intended for direct exposure to rain or snow. For outdoor applications install
under shelter protected from the elements.
Stated IR Illumination range is based on ideal conditions. Actual range and image clarity depends on
installation location, viewing area and light reflection/absorption level of object.
Based on line of sight. Actual range will vary depending on obstructions.
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Getting Started
The system includes the following components:
Indoor / outdoor wireless
camera(s)
9” rechargeable LCD receiver /
recorder
Power adapters for receiver and
camera(s)
8GB microSD memory card
Cat5e Ethernet cable
Mounting kit(s)
Quick Start Guide
* Configuration may vary by model
NOTE
Camera configuration, memory card size, and the number of accessories may vary by model. Please refer to your package for specific details. Check your package to confirm that you have received the complete system.
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Installing the Camera(s)
CAUTION
Cameras are suitable for outdoor installation, but are weather resistant, not weatherproof. Cameras are
not intended for direct exposure to rain or snow. For outdoor applications, install under shelter protected from the elements, such as beneath roof eaves. The diagram below shows an example of an ideal
location for outdoor placement.
4.1 Installation Tips
• Before you install the camera, plan where and how it will be positioned, and where you
will route the cable that connects the camera to the power adapter.
• Before starting permanent installation, check the camera image on the receiver when
camera is positioned in the same place it will be permanently installed.
• It is recommended to ensure a clear line-of-sight between the camera and receiver and
to limit the amount of obstructions, such as walls and tree branches, between the camera and receiver. Walls made of heavy building materials such as brick or concrete will
significantly reduce signal range.
• If the signal will have to pass through a wall, placing the receiver or camera next to a
window will improve the signal strength.
• Do not install the camera pointing out of a window. The nighttime picture will be unusable due to reflection from the night vision LED’s.
• The cameras are pre-paired so they work out of the box. Each camera has a channel
number sticker indicating what channel they are paired to. If you have purchased additional cameras, you will need to pair them to the receiver, see 16 Pairing Additional
Cameras, page 40.
4.2 Mounting Positions
You may mount your cameras on a wall or ceiling. See the images below for recommended
configurations of the camera stand and antenna.
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Wall
Ceiling
NOTE
For ceiling installation, position the antenna as high as the ceiling allows. See the "Ceiling" mounting position in the figure above.
To install the camera(s):
1. Use the included mounting screws to mount the cameras to the mounting surface:
• Mark the positions of the screw holes on the mounting surface.
• Drill holes and insert the drywall plugs (included) as needed.
• Firmly attach the cameras to the mounting surface using the included screws.
NOTE
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If you run the power cable through the mounting surface, connect power before attaching the
camera to the wall.
If you run the power cable along the mounting surface, the cable must go through the cable notch
on the camera base. This will keep the camera base flush to the mounting surface.
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2. Loosen the thumbscrews (1, 2) and the adjustment ring (3) by turning them counter
clockwise.
3. Adjust the angle of the cameras until the desired view is set. Tighten the thumbscrews
and the adjustment ring to secure each camera’s position.
4. Connect the power cable from the cameras to the weatherproof power connector. Plug
the power adapter into a power outlet or surge protector.
NOTE
Power cables are only weatherproof when fully inserted at the connection point. Power cables may
not be submerged in water.
5. Remove the protective film from the front of the camera. If the film is not removed, it will
block the built-in microphone and affect the quality of the picture.
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Step 1 of 4: Raising the antennas
For best reception, raise the antennas to point directly upward.
Step 2 of 4: Installing the battery
1. Use a Phillips screwdriver (not included) to open the battery compartment on the back
panel.
2. Connect the battery cable to the battery terminal in the monitor. When finished, close
the battery compartment and replace the screws.
NOTE
The battery cable only connects one way. Do not force the battery cable.
CAUTION
If you do not plan to use the unit for a prolonged period of time, disconnect the battery or ensure you
charge it at least once every 6 months.
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Step 3 of 4: Turning on the receiver
1. Connect the cable from the power adapter to the 5V DC port on the back panel of the
receiver. Plug in the power adapter to an outlet or surge protector
NOTE
Ensure you charge the receiver for at least 6 hours before using for the first time.
2. Push the power button on top of the receiver to power the receiver on.
Tips:
• Place the receiver in a location that will have a clear reception to your camera. Try to
maintain line-of-sight and minimize the number of obstructions between the camera
and receiver.
• Adjust the antennas on the receiver as necessary to provide the clearest reception.
Step 4 of 4: Inserting the microSD card
The microSD card allows you to store video footage captured by the camera. You should
always format the microSD card prior to initial recording. For details, see 10.1 Format
Memory, page 21.
• Push the microSD card into the microSD card slot on the side panel of the receiver until
you hear a "click." The card will be flush when completely inserted.
NOTE
The receiver is compatible with most major brands of microSD cards up to 64 GB. For recording times on
microSD cards, see , page .
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Camera Overview
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Microphone: Built-in microphone.
Lens: Camera lens.
PIR Sensor: Passive IR motion sensor.
Speaker: Speaker for intercom.
Night Vision IR: Night vision IR LEDs.
Pair: Pairing button. For more details, see 16 Pairing Additional Cameras, page 40.
Antenna: Removable wireless antenna (SMA).
NOTE
This camera includes an Auto Mechanical IR Cut Filter. When the camera changes between day mode
and night vision mode, an audible clicking noise may be heard coming from the camera. This clicking is
normal, and indicates that the camera filter is working.
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Receiver Overview
7.1 Front Panel Buttons
Button
Function
Enable two-way audio Intercom.
: Two-way Audio
Activate / deactivate motion recording.
: Motion Recording
Activate / deactivate manual recording.
: Manual Recording
Switch between connected cameras.
: Change Channel
: Quad / Sequence Mode
Switch between Sequence and Quad (up to 4channels) viewing mode.
: Zoom
Switch between 2x digital zoom and normal viewing mode.
Delete highlighted files in Playback mode.
: Delete File
: Menu
Open Main Menu. Return to previous menu / exit
menus.
: Joystick
Move left / right / up / down to move the cursor in
menus. Push to enter Playback mode.
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7.2 Rear Panel
1. Wireless Antennas: Position the antennas as needed for best reception.
2. Power Button: Press and hold to turn the receiver on / off. Press and release while the
unit is powered on to turn Scan mode on / off. See 12 Scan Mode, page 33.
3. Receiver Stand
4. Speaker
5. Stratus UID Number / QR Code: Unique ID number for connection to the system on
a smartphone / tablet.
6. Ethernet Port (RJ45): Connect the receiver to your router using the included Ethernet
cable to enable smartphone / tablet connectivity.
7. Power Port: Connect to a local power outlet using the included power adapter.
8. Volume Controls: Turn the receiver volume up and down.
9. microSD Card Slot: Insert up to a 64GB microSD card.
10. USB Port: Used for service purposes only.
11. Reset: Using a paper clip or other thin object, push the reset button to restore the system to its default settings.
12. Power Indicator LED: Glows when receiver is connected to power.
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Using the System
By default, the camera(s) included with your system are automatically paired to the receiver. The camera(s) and receiver will communicate with each other once they are powered on.
NOTE
It is recommended to power on the cameras before powering on the receiver.
8.1 Understanding the On-screen Display
With camera 1 properly connected and powered on, the system displays a full-screen live
view of the camera.
With more than one camera properly connected and powered on, the system displays up
to 4 channels in split screen with the live view of each camera. The figure below shows the
display configuration for 2 cameras connected.
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1. Signal indicator: The signal indicator shows the strength of the signal being received
from the camera. The number of bars in the Signal Indicator shows the strength of the
signal. One, or no bars indicates the signal is poor, and 4 bars indicate a very strong
signal.
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If the signal is low (e.g.,1 or 2 bars) adjust the antennas, or reposition the cameras or receiver for
best performance.
The signal indicator is not shown during Quad mode.
2. Camera indicator: Displays the camera you are presently viewing. If viewing multiple
cameras at once, the camera indicator will appear above each video display.
3. Memory card icon: A white icon shows that a microSD card with available recording
space is inserted in the receiver. A red icon indicates the microSD card is full.
4. Network status icon:
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— The receiver is connected to the Internet.
— The receiver is connected to the router, but is not connected to the Internet.
Turn the receiver on and off again if you see a yellow icon.
— The receiver is not connected to your router.
— A smartphone / tablet is accessing the system remotely.
5. Talk icon: Indicates that the talk function has been enabled on the receiver.
6. Recording indicator: "REC" appears when recording is in progress. If viewing and recording video from multiple cameras at once, the recording indicator will appear above
each video display where recording is enabled.
7. Zoom indicator: Indicates that the current live view is zoomed in to twice the original
size.
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8. Overwrite icon: Indicates Overwrite mode is on, which means the system will overwrite the oldest recordings when the memory card is full. For details, see 10.6 Enabling
/ Disabling File Overwrite, page 28.
9. File icon: Indicates that there are new recordings saved to the microSD card.
10. Battery indicator: Shows remaining battery life. Icon turns red when battery is critically low to indicate that the receiver should be plugged into a local power outlet right
away.
11. Time stamp: The current date and time on the system.
12. Motion recording icon: Indicates that motion recording is turned on.
13. Volume indicator: Shows the current volume of the receiver. You must be in singlechannel viewing mode to change volume.
14. Download icon: Indicates that a new firmware is available in the server to download.
8.2 Navigating Menu Screen
Use the system menus to configure settings.
• Press
to open the Main Menu.
• Use the joystick to move the cursor left, right, up, and down.
• Push the joystick to open sub-menus and confirm / save menu selections.
• Press
to exit menus without saving changes.
8.3 Viewing Modes
There are four different viewing modes available on the system: single channel viewing,
Auto Sequence Viewing mode (view individual channels automatically in sequence), Quad
mode, and Scan mode (for details, see 12 Scan Mode, page 33).
To change viewing modes:
• Press
to select between Quad mode (half-Quad mode when only 2 cameras are
connected) and Auto Sequence viewing mode.
OR
• Press
to switch between channels 1~4 in single channel view.
NOTE
Depending on the number of cameras packaged with the system, half-Quad mode (2 cameras) or single
channel viewing (1 camera) is enabled when you first power on the system.
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8.3.1 Auto Sequence Viewing Mode
Auto Sequence Viewing mode cycles through connected channels in full-screen.
To enable Auto Sequence:
• Press
until a single channel is shown on screen. The receiver automatically
switches through connected channels.
• Press
to return to single channel viewing.
8.3.2 Quad Mode
Use Quad mode to view up to four cameras simultaneously.
To enable Quad mode:
• Press
.
NOTE
If only two cameras are connected to the receiver, use Quad mode for a split-screen view (half-Quad
mode) that only shows the two channels being used.
Quad Mode
Half-Quad Mode
8.4 Digital Zoom
The digital zoom feature allows you to zoom in 2x on a single camera during live viewing.
This is useful if you need a closer look at something happening far away from the camera.
To use digital zoom:
1. Select the desired camera in full-screen mode (press
press
to select the channel) and
on the front panel of the receiver to zoom in.
2. When digital zoom is activated, a zoom icon (
) appears on the screen. Move the
joystick on the front panel of the receiver in the desired direction to look at different
parts of the image.
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3. Press
again to exit digital zoom.
8.5 Using the Intercom (Two-way Audio)
Use the Intercom feature for two-way communication between the receiver and the camera. Talk and listen to persons near the camera from behind closed doors for added
security.
NOTE
Please make sure the camera(s) is properly connected prior to using the Intercom.
To use the Intercom:
1. Select the desired camera in full-screen mode (press
channel).
2. Press and hold
The talk icon (
to change the displayed
on the front panel of the receiver.
) appears on the receiver.
3. Talk in a normal speaking voice close to the LCD screen (approximately 12 in. / 30 cm).
4. Release the
button to hear audio from the camera.
8.6 Intercom Volume
The two-way audio volume is different from the alarm / buzzer volume found in the Main
Menu (
> Alert).
To change two-way audio volume:
• From single-channel view, use the volume controls on the side panel of the receiver (
) change the two-way audio volume.
The volume icons on the screen indicate the volume of sound coming from the cameras:
NOTE
You cannot adjust the volume of the camera speakers.
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Setting the Time
It is highly recommended to set the date and time on the system prior to recording, as they
will be used to stamp recordings. You must set the correct date and time in order to use
scheduled recording.
To set the time:
1. Press
to open the main menu. Move the joystick left / right to select Settings and
push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Date & Time and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Move the joystick left / right to move the cursor; move the joystick up / down to change
the year, month, day, hour, minutes, and seconds.
NOTE
The system uses a 24-hour clock only.
4. Push the joystick to save your settings.
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5. Press
to close any remaining menu windows.
The date and time appears at the bottom of the screen in live viewing mode.
NOTE
When using the system for the first time, check if the time zone is correct for your area. For details,
see 14.2 Time Zone, page 36.
NOTE
You can also synchronize the system time with an Internet time server. Ensure there is a checkmark next
to Synchronize with an Internet time server then push the joystick to confirm.
You must keep the system connected to your wireless network using the included Ethernet cable
to synchronize with the Internet time server.
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Recording
The following recording modes are available on the system: manual recording, schedule
recording, and motion recording. The system records video to the included microSD card.
Record up to 4 channels at the same time.
Recording Prerequisites:
• A microSD card must be inserted into the receiver in order to record video. You should
always format the microSD card prior to initial recording. For details, see 10.1 Format
Memory, page 21.
Maximum Recording Times:
The system supports microSD cards up to 64 GB. Use the table below to help you estimate the recording times on various sizes of microSD cards. Times shown are in hours
and minutes.
microSD Card
Capacity
Single Channel Recording @
VGA Resolution
Single Channel Recording @ HD
(720p) Resolution
1 GB
6.5 hours
2 hours
2 GB
13 hours
4.5 hours
4 GB
26 hours
9 hours
8 GB
52 hours
18 hours
16 GB
104 hours
35 hours
32 GB
208 hours
71 hours
64 GB
416 hours
142 hours
NOTE
The system supports microSD or microSDHC cards up to 64GB. The following brands of microSD cards
are confirmed by Lorex: Adata, Kingston, Patriot, Sandisk, and Toshiba.
Recording Mode Summary:
Mode
Scheduled Recording
Manual Recording
Motion Recording
Description
How to Operate
•
•
•
•
Continuous or motion event
recording from up to four
cameras according to a
weekly schedule.
Continuous recording from
up to 4 cameras at a time.
System only records when
motion is detected by a camera(s).
Enter a start and stop time
for each day from
> Record >
Schedule Recording.
•
Press
on the front panel
of the receiver to start / stop
manual recording.
•
Press
on the front panel
of the receiver to start / stop
manual recording.
10.1 Format Memory
It is highly recommended to format the microSD card prior to initial recording.
To format the microSD card:
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CAUTION
Formatting erases all data on the microSD card. This step cannot be undone.
1. Insert the microSD card into the card slot on the receiver until you hear a "click."
Please insert the card according to the diagram on the side panel of the receiver.
2. Press
, then select the Record Setting icon. Press
3. Select Format card and press
4. Select Confirm and press
to confirm.
to confirm.
to confirm.
NOTE
Please allow a few moments for formatting to finish. Formatting time will vary depending on the size
of the card.
5. A message appears to confirm formatting. Press
closed.
repeatedly until all menus are
10.2 Scheduled Recording
Use scheduled recording to have the system automatically record continuously between a
selected start and stop time.
NOTE
Auto Sequence Viewing mode and Quad mode are available during schedule recording without affecting
the recording files.
Prerequisite:
Please ensure you have set the proper date and time on the receiver prior to setting a recording schedule. See 9 Setting the Time, page 19.
When should I use schedule recording?
• Use continuous schedule recording if the camera is pointed at an area with high traffic,
such as a entry / exit or a road.
CAUTION
Do not remove the microSD card while the system is recording. Disable all recording on the system before ejecting the microSD card.
10.2.1
Creating a Recording Schedule
CAUTION
Manual recording will override scheduled
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If you wish to use scheduled recording, you must ensure manual recording is disabled.
To create a recording schedule:
1. Press
confirm.
, then select the Schedule Recording Setting icon. Press
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2. Move the joystick left / right to view existing recording schedules for each day of the
week. Continuous recording schedules appear as green bars, while motion recording
schedules appear as yellow bars.
3. Push the joystick to create a new recording schedule.
4. Select the channels that will use this recording schedule. Move the joystick left / right
to move the cursor and push the joystick to include or dismiss the channel.
5. Select the start time and end time for schedule recording by moving the joystick left /
right to move the cursor, then up / down to change the values.
NOTE
The time uses a 24-hour clock.
6. Select which days to apply the recording schedule to by moving the joystick left /right
to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss a day.
7. Move the joystick left / right to select Save, then push the joystick to create a continuous recording schedule.
OR
Move the joystick left / right to select Motion and push the joystick to enable the recording schedule for motion recording only. Select Save when finished to save your
settings.
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8. Press
10.2.2
until all menus are closed.
Stopping Scheduled Recording
When the stop time arrives, the system stops recording automatically. If necessary, you
can stop schedule recording manually.
To stop schedule recording:
• Press
to stop schedule recording.
NOTE
If you stop schedule recording before the end time, the system will automatically resume recording after
half an hour.
10.2.3
Modifying or Deleting a Recording Schedule
You can modify any recording schedule by adding or subtracting recording time.
To modify a recording schedule:
1. Press
, then select Record. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Schedule Recording.
3. Move the joystick up / down to select Modify and push the joystick to confirm.
4. Select which channels to change the schedule for by moving the joystick left / right to
move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss the channel.
5. Select the start time and end time for the modification. This could be a span of time
you wish to add to or subtract from an existing schedule. Move the joystick left / right to
move the cursor, then move the joystick up / down to change the start and end time.
NOTE
The time uses a 24-hour clock.
6. Select which days of the week to apply the modification to by moving the joystick left /
right to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss a day.
7. Move the joystick left / right to select the type of modification:
• Select Save to add onto a continuous schedule.
• Select Motion then Save to add onto a motion schedule.
• Select Delete to subtract from either type of schedule.
8. Press
until all menus are closed.
To delete a recording schedule:
1. Press
, then select Record. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Schedule Recording.
3. Move the joystick up / down to select Modify and push the joystick to confirm.
4. Select which channels to delete the schedule for by moving the joystick left / right to
move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss the channel.
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5. Select the start time and end time of the schedule you want to delete. Move the joystick
left / right to move the cursor, then move the joystick up / down to change the start and
end time.
NOTE
The time uses a 24-hour clock.
6. Select which days of the week that use the schedule you want to delete. Move the joystick left / right to move the cursor, then push the joystick to include or dismiss a day.
7. Move the joystick left / right to select Delete and push the joystick to confirm.
8. Press
until all menus are closed.
NOTE
If you delete a recording schedule during a scheduled recording time, the camera(s) will continue to
record video for a short period afterwards. The system checks for changes in recording schedules
every half hour and will eventually stop recording if a schedule has been deleted.
10.3 Manual Recording
Manual recording allows you to manually start and stop recording on any of the cameras.
You can also record while in digital zoom mode. For details on using digital zoom, see 8.4
Digital Zoom, page 17.
When should I use manual recording?
• Recording of unexpected events or emergencies.
NOTE
Manual recording will override schedule recording. The system checks for active recording schedules
every half hour and will eventually resume schedule recording after manual recording is stopped.
To enable manual recording:
1. Press
until the channel you want to record is displayed.
2. Press
to begin manual recording on the channel you are currently viewing.
A recording indicator ( ) appears on screen to indicate the system is recording. Repeat steps 1–2 to enable manual recording on other channels. The system can record
video from up to 4 cameras at a time.
again to stop recording. The new recording icon (
3. Press
LCD receiver indicating a new file is on the microSD card.
) will appear on the
CAUTION
Do not remove the microSD card while the system is recording. Disable all recording on the system before ejecting the microSD card.
10.4 Motion Recording
Use motion recording to have the system record only when motion is detected by one of
the cameras. Video is recorded from any connected camera that detects motion. The system supports 5 second pre-recording, meaning that the system will record 5 seconds of
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video before a motion event. This allows you to see the entire event instead of starting
when motion detection is triggered.
The system detects motion in two ways. The cameras have a built-in Passive InfraRed
(PIR) sensor that tracks heat from body movements to detect movement up to a maximum
range of 21 feet (6.5 meters). PIR motion detection is extremely accurate at detecting
movements from people and animals, but the accuracy decreases in extremely hot environments approaching or exceeding human body temperature (98.6°F / 37°C).
PIR Motion Detection
A camera detects body heat movements, and triggers the system to record.
The system also uses video motion detection, which looks for changes in video images
(frames) to detect motion. Video motion detection allows for motion detection beyond the
range of the PIR sensors and in extreme temperatures. Video motion detection is highly
accurate, but may trigger recording from changes in light or moving trees, leaves, etc. You
can set the sensitivity of video motion detection depending on your preferences. See
10.4.3 Configuring Video Motion Detection, page 27
Video Motion Detection
The system detects movement in the image and triggers recording.
Both PIR and video motion detection are enabled by default for enhanced accuracy.
10.4.1
Setting up Motion Recording
Prerequisite:
• Insert an empty microSD card into the LCD receiver.
NOTE
•
•
Motion recording will override schedule recording. The system checks for active recording schedules
every half hour and will eventually resume schedule recording after motion recording is stopped.
You can also record motion events on a schedule. See 10.2 Scheduled Recording, page 22.
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To enable motion recording:
1. Press
on the front panel of the receiver to enable motion recording.
2. Press
again to stop motion recording.
• By default, the system is set to record for 15 seconds after the triggered motion event.
To set an alternative motion recording time, see10.4.2 Configuring Motion Recording
Time, page 27.
CAUTION
Do not remove the microSD card while the system is recording. Disable all recording on the system before ejecting the microSD card.
10.4.2
Configuring Motion Recording Time
Set the length of the time the system will record after motion is detected by a camera.
To change the motion recording time:
1. Press
, then select Record and push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Duration and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Select 15 Seconds, 30 Seconds, or 1 minute and push the joystick to confirm.
4. Press
until all menus are closed.
• The system supports 5 second pre-event recording, which is added onto the duration value specified in the menu. For example, if you set the duration to 15 seconds,
your motion recordings will be roughly 20 seconds long.
10.4.3
Configuring Video Motion Detection
Video motion detection looks for changes in video images (frames) to detect motion. Video motion detection allows for motion detection beyond the range of the PIR sensors.
The drawback to video motion detection is that it can sometimes be falsely triggered by
changes in lighting conditions or trees moving in the wind. You can disable video motion
detection or configure the sensitivity using the menus. We recommend that you enable
video motion detection and set a lower sensitivity if you are experiencing false triggers.
For a description of the two motion detection technologies used by the system, see 10.4
Motion Recording, page 25.
To configure video motion detection:
1. Press
, then select Detect. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Move the joystick up / down to select the camera you would like to configure video motion detection for and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Select Off to disable video motion detection, or select Low, Medium, or High
sensitivity.
4. Push the joystick to save your changes.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
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10.5 Recording Resolution
The recording resolution determines the size and quality of video images. The higher the
resolution, the more space your recordings will take up on the memory card.
1. Press
, then select Camera. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Resolution.
3. Move the joystick up / down to select the camera you would like to configure, then
move the joystick left / right to change the resolution.
The system supports HD (720p; 1280x720) and VGA (640x480) resolution.
4. Push the joystick to save your settings.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
NOTE
•
•
Live and recorded HD video appears in 16:9 aspect ratio on the receiver, while VGA video appears in
4:3. This means that if you are viewing two cameras with different resolutions in half-Quad mode, the
channel using VGA resolution will appear larger than the channel using HD resolution.
HD recordings are saved in 720p resolution. The resolution of the receiver is limited to 800x480 pixels.
View HD recordings by viewing on a computer or a smartphone / tablet that supports 720p resolution.
See 11.3 Viewing Video Directly from the microSD Card, page 31.
10.6 Enabling / Disabling File Overwrite
Enabling file overwrite will delete the oldest recorded data on the microSD card once it is
full to make room for new recordings.
To enable file overwrite:
1. Press
, then select Recording. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select File Overwrite.
3. Select Yes to enable file overwrite.
4. Press
viewing.
until all menus are closed. The overwrite icon (
) displays during live
NOTE
If you do not enable file overwrite, the microSD card icon on the OSD will be red (
) when the microSD card is full. You will need to manually delete files from the microSD card or insert a new card into
the receiver. For details, see 11.2 Deleting Video Files, page 30.
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Playback
Playback mode allows you to playback recorded video files from the microSD card. You
can view videos directly on the system or by connecting the microSD card to your
computer.
11.1 Video Playback
To playback recorded video on the system:
1. During live viewing, push the joystick. The Recording File List opens.
2. Move the joystick up / down to change the displayed month.
3. Select the channels you would like to view recordings from:
• Move the joystick left / right to select the channel numbers
• Move the joystick up / down to show or hide each channel on the calendar.
• Select the button with all four channels to show recordings from all connected cameras on the calendar.
4. Once you have selected the month and the channels to display on the calendar, push
the joystick the refresh the display. Dates that have recordings available for playback
are highlighted in green.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select a date on the calendar, and push the joystick to
view a list of recordings for that date.
NOTE
•
•
The system uses a 24-hour clock.
Recordings are named by start time in hhmmss format and the channel number (for example, the
recording 133245-2 began recording at 1:32:45 PM on channel 2).
6. Select a file from the list and push the joystick to confirm. Move the joystick left / right
to change pages to find video files quickly. The selected file loads and playback
begins.
11.1.1
Playback Controls
1. Playback duration: Shows the length of the recording and how much has been
viewed.
2. File name
3. Playback status: Shows whether the video is playing, paused, or stopped.
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To control playback using the joystick:
•
•
•
•
LEFT: Rewind (2x > 4x > 8x > 16x).
UP: Pause / Play video.
RIGHT: Fast-forward (2x > 4x > 8x > 16x).
DOWN: Stop video.
• To change playback volume, press
/
on top of the receiver.
• To change playback volume, use the volume controls (
the receiver.
) on the side panel of
To exit playback:
• Press
to return to the file list. Press
repeatedly to return to live view.
11.2 Deleting Video Files
You can delete files on the microSD card directly on the system. Delete files if you need to
clear space on the microSD card (if file overwrite is disabled), or for your own file management purposes.
To delete files on the microSD card:
1. From live viewing, push the joystick. The Recording File List opens.
2. Move the joystick up / down to change the displayed month.
3. Move the joystick left / right to select the channel numbers, and move the joystick up /
down to show or hide each channel on the calendar. Select the button with all four
channels to show recordings from all connected cameras on the calendar.
4. When you have selected the month and channels to display on the calendar, push the
joystick to refresh the display. Dates that have recordings available for playback are
highlighted in green.
5. Move the joystick left / right to select a date on the calendar, and push the joystick to
view recordings from that date.
6. Browse to the file you would like to delete. Press
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7. A confirmation message appears. Select YES and push the joystick to delete the file.
8. Repeat the steps above for other files on the microSD card.
CAUTION
Do NOT delete folders on the microSD card using your computer. Deleting folders may affect your
access to other files on the card or may affect normal operation of the microSD card with the system. If
you want to delete the entire contents of the microSD card, it is highly recommended to format the card
using the system. For details, see 10.1 Format Memory, page 21.
11.3 Viewing Video Directly from the microSD Card
You can view the saved video files on your computer (PC or Mac) by using a microSD card
reader (not included). Saved video files are in ASF format.
NOTE
Some PCs and Macs may have a microSD card reader built-in. Please refer to your computer's instruction
manual for more details.
11.3.1
PC
NOTE
You can view ASF files natively in Windows Media Player™, as well as other media players such as VLC.
VLC is an open-source software application available at www.videolan.org
To playback recorded video on a PC:
1. Remove the microSD card from the receiver by gently pushing on the microSD card
and then releasing. The card will eject.
2. Insert the microSD card into a microSD card reader (not included) connected to your
PC. Your PC should load the microSD card as a new Removable Drive and an Autorun
window opens.
3. Click Open folder to view files or open the folder in Computer. Open the folder MFG.
You will then see a folder for each page of recorded video in Playback mode. Folders
are named by page number (e.g. recordings found on the second page are in the folder 00000002).
4. Double-click any of the ASF files. The video will begin playing in your default ASF media player.
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11.3.2
Mac
NOTE
Downloading and installing the Flip4Mac WMV Components will allow you to play ASF files in QuickTime.
VLC Player is recommended for viewing ASF files on a Mac. VLC is an open-source software application
available at www.videolan.org
To playback recorded video on a Mac:
1. Remove the microSD card from the receiver by gently pushing on the microSD card.
The card will eject.
2. Insert the microSD card into a microSD card reader (not included) connected to your
Mac. Your Mac should load the microSD card as a new disk on your desktop.
3. Double-click the disk on your desktop or open it through Finder. Open the folder MFG.
You should see a folder for each page of recorded video in Playback mode. Folders
are named by page number (e.g. recordings found on the second page are in the folder 00000002).
4. Double-click any of the ASF files. The video will begin playing in your default ASF media player.
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Scan Mode
In Scan mode, the receiver’s LCD screen and speaker will turn off unless motion is detected by one of the cameras. The LCD screen turns on and displays video from the camera where motion was detected for 15 seconds before turning off again. This conserves
battery power and alerts you only when needed.
You can configure how much motion is needed to turn the display on in Scan mode by
changing a camera’s video motion detection settings. See 10.4.3 Configuring Video Motion Detection, page 27.
To enable Scan mode:
1. Enter live viewing mode.
2. Press the power button (
) on top of the receiver.
3. Press the power button again to exit Scan mode.
NOTE
When exiting Scan mode, the receiver resumes live viewing in Auto Sequence Viewing mode.
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Brightness
Adjust the brightness level of video coming from the camera(s).
NOTE
You cannot adjust the brightness of the LCD display.
To adjust camera brightness:
1. Press
, then select Camera. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Brightness.
3. Move the joystick up / down to select the camera you wish to configure brightness for.
4. Move the joystick to the right to increase the brightness level for the selected camera,
or left to decrease brightness. Camera brightness is measured on a scale of 1-6 where
1 is the darkest and 6 is the brightest. Push the joystick to save changes.
5. Press the
button to exit.
6. Repeat steps 1~4 to configure your other cameras as needed.
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Settings
The Settings menu contains the following sub-menus:
• Date & Time: Set the date and time on the system. For details, see 9 Setting the Time,
page 19.
• Default Settings: Restore the system to default settings.
• Format Memory: Format the microSD card.
• Time Zone: Select the time zone where the system is being used and enable / disable
Daylight Savings Time (DST).
• Network: View and configure network settings used for remote connection. You can also reset the remote access password using this menu.
• Firmware Upgrade: Upgrade the system’s firmware.
14.1 Default Settings
Restoring default settings will return the system to its out-of-the-box state. Any changes
you have made to the system settings will be erased.
NOTE
Restoring default settings does not affect files recorded to the memory card or reset the date and time on
the system.
To restore default settings:
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1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Default Settings and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Select Yes and then push the joystick to confirm. The system takes a few moments to
restore default settings.
4. Press
until all menus are closed.
14.2 Time Zone
Select the time zone where the system is being used. The time zone menu is also used to
enable Daylight Savings Time.
To set the time zone:
1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Time Zone and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Move the joystick up / down to change the time zone.
4. Push the joystick to save your settings.
The system time will be automatically updated according to the time zone you have
selected.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
To enable / disable Daylight Savings Time:
1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Time Zone and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Move the joystick left / right to select Automatically adjust Clock for Daylight Savings Time, then move the joystick up / down to turn Daylight Savings Time on or off.
4. Push the joystick to save your settings.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
14.3 Network
Configure the receiver’s IP address (advanced), view network information, or reset your remote access password.
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14.3.1
IP Addressing Options
CAUTION
This section is for advanced users only.
To enable dynamic IP addressing:
NOTE
Dynamic IP addressing is enabled by default.
1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Network and push the joystick to confirm.
3. Select Network Setting.
4. Select Dynamic IP, then select On. Push the joystick to confirm.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
To enable static IP addressing:
NOTE
•
•
A static IP address is not required for remote access to the system.
You may have to configure your router settings if the DHCP server is enabled.
1. Press
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
Select Network and push the joystick to confirm.
Select Network Setting.
Select Static IP.
Highlight the IP Address field and push the joystick. A cursor appears.
Move the joystick up / down to change values, and move the joystick left / right to move
the cursor.
NOTE
Ensure you enter a static IP address that is not in use by another device on your network.
7. Press
when finished.
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8. Repeat the above process for the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway fields.
9. Select OK, then push the joystick to confirm.
10. Press
until all menus are closed.
14.4 Firmware Upgrade
Ensure the system is up-to-date with the latest firmware for optimal performance. There
are two ways to upgrade firmware: from the server, or from a microSD card.
To update firmware from server:
1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the receiver to your
router. The new download icon (
available.
2. Press
) appears on the screen if new firmware is
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
3. Select Firmware Upgrade.
4. Select From Server, then select Yes.
The system takes a few moments to install the latest firmware, then reboots.
5. Press
until all menus are closed.
To update firmware from microSD card:
1. Insert the microSD card into the included adapter. Insert the adapter into the SD card
reader (not included) on your PC or Mac.
2. Download the latest firmware from www.lorextechnology.com and transfer it to the root
folder on the microSD card.
3. Once the transfer is complete, insert the microSD card into the card slot on the
receiver.
4. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
5. Select Firmware Upgrade and push the joystick to confirm.
6. Select From SD Card.
7. Select Yes.
The system takes a few moments to install the latest firmware.
8. Press
until all menus are closed.
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Alert Volume
Increase or decrease the volume of the buzzer when motion is detected by the camera(s).
The alert volume also affects the volume of the ’beep’ when you press buttons on the receiver. If you want to turn off the buzzer or button sounds, turn the alert volume to the minimum setting.
NOTE
By default, buzzer and button sounds are turned off.
To increase / decrease alert volume:
1. Press
, then select Alert. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Move the joystick right to increase the alarm volume, or left to decrease the alarm volume. Set the volume all the way to the left to disable the alarm buzzer and button
sounds.
3. Push the joystick to save your settings.
4. Press
until all menus are closed.
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Pairing Additional Cameras
NOTE
If you have purchased additional cameras, it is highly recommended to pair the cameras to the receiver
before permanent installation.
"Pairing" is an electronic handshake between wireless devices. Wireless devices and
components need to be paired in order to communicate with each other.
The camera(s) provided with the system have already been paired to the receiver. By default, the camera(s) included are automatically paired to channels 1 & 2 on the receiver.
See the channel label on the camera to check which channel it has been set to.
If you have purchased additional accessory cameras, you will need to pair them to the receiver. When pairing cameras, you can select the channel you would like the cameras to
be assigned to. You can also use the steps below to reassign your existing cameras to different channels.
NOTE
Accessory cameras (model# LW2960HAC1) are available from www.lorextechnology.com.
To pair an additional camera:
1. Connect the new camera to a power outlet. Place the camera and the receiver within
1ft of each other.
2. Press
, then select Camera. Push the joystick to confirm.
3. Select Pairing.
4. Select the channel you wish to pair the camera to.
• If you pair a new camera to a channel that is already being used by an existing camera, the new camera will be connected to that channel. The old camera will automatically be disconnected.
5. Following the on-screen prompt, press the Pair button behind the camera. You have
30 seconds to press the Pair button on the camera. Once paired, the camera will be
immediately displayed on-screen.
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NOTE
•
•
If you do not press the Pair button on the camera during the 30 second pairing window, repeat steps
2~5 to try the pairing process again.
If the speaker begins squealing, move the camera and receiver away from each other.
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Camera On/Off
Use the Camera On / Off menu if you need to disable empty channels so they do not appear on the monitor in any viewing mode. You only need to do this if you have moved a
camera to a different channel using the pairing function.
To show / hide channels:
1. Press
, then select Camera. Push the joystick to confirm.
2. Select Camera On/Off.
3. Move the joystick up / down to select the desired camera and left / right to select On to
show the camera or Off to hide it.
4. Push the joystick to save changes.
5. Press the
button to exit.
NOTE
Any disabled channels will be blacked out in Quad mode.
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Using the Mobile App
Use the free Lorex SD Pro app to conveniently connect to your system on a smartphone /
tablet. The mobile app is free with no recurring fees. View live video from the camera(s)
from anywhere with an Internet connection.
18.1 System Requirements
• You must have a high-speed Internet connection to view live video using the mobile app.
Traffic congestion may result in choppy video.
• When using a mobile cellular network, data charges may apply. Check with your provider for details.
• For the latest list of supported apps and devices, visit www.lorextechnology.com.
18.2 Lorex SD Pro for iOS Devices
18.2.1
Getting Started
Use the following instructions to view your camera(s) over the Internet using your iPhone®
or iPad®.
1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the LCD receiver to
your wireless router. The network icon on the receiver turns green (
).
• You may need to turn the receiver off and on again for it to connect to your network.
2. Connect to your home WiFi Internet using your smartphone or tablet. See the user
guide provided with your iPhone® or iPad® for details.
3. Download the free Lorex SD Pro app from the App Store.
NOTE
For iPad users, check on the app store for iPhone app.
4. Tap the Lorex SD Pro icon (
5. Tap
).
.
6. Tap QRCode to scan the QR code on the back of the receiver.
OR
Tap Add if your mobile device does not have a camera.
You can also tap
to search for the system on the network. This option is only available if your smartphone or tablet is connected to the same network as the receiver.
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7. Enter a personalized name for the system in the Name field, then enter the password
in the Password field (default 000000).
NOTE
If you tapped Add in the previous step, enter the UID number printed on the QR code label on the
back of the receiver. Otherwise, the UID field will be populated automatically.
8. Tap Save. The system will show in your device list with an "Online" status.
9. Tap the name of the system. You will be asked to enter a new, secure password.
Write your password down for future reference: _____________________________
Live video from the camera(s) appears on your smartphone or tablet.
NOTE
It is recommended to keep the receiver connected to an electrical outlet so the battery does not lose
power.
18.2.2
Live Viewing
1. Network status
2. Viewing resolution: Streaming resolution for the video feed.
3. Video quality: Speed of video decoding. Higher quality results in greater bandwidth
consumption, which requires a higher connection speed. Reduce quality if video is
choppy.
4. Live video
5. Image gallery: Tap to view snapshot images taken using the app.
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6. Snapshot: Tap to take a snapshot of the current video display. You can also share
snapshots via e-mail. See 18.2.7 Sharing Snapshots, page 49.
7. Mute: Tap to mute or unmute sound from the current camera.
8. Intercom: Tap to enable two-way audio with the currently selected camera. Tap again
to disable or listen for a response.
18.2.3
Event Log
If you have enabled motion recording on the system, use the event log to review motionbased events. Each event is stamped with the date and time when the event took place,
as well as the camera that captured the event. These events are uploaded from the memory card inserted into the receiver. If the memory card is removed, the events will not be
accessible.
NOTE
Date and time stamps are created using the date and time on your smartphone or tablet and not the
receiver.
To open the event log:
1. Tap
.
2. Tap the UID for the system.
A list of events appears from the last half day. If you wish to view an event which took
place prior to the current date, use the search feature detailed below.
3. Tap an event to preview the video recording.
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4. Use the buttons to control video playback:
• Tap and drag the progress bar to change playback time.
• Tap
/
to start / stop playback.
• Tilt your smartphone or tablet to view in landscape mode, or hold upright to view in
portrait mode.
NOTE
Only one device may use video playback at a time.
You can also search for events by specifying a time frame or specific channels.
To search for events:
1. Tap
.
2. Tap the UID for the system.
A list of events appears.
3. From the event list, tap
.
4. Choose a time frame to search for video, or tap Custom to configure the start time,
end time, and channels included. Tap Done to begin the search.
A list of recordings that meet the specifications of your search appears.
5. Tap any recording to preview it on your device.
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6. Use the buttons to control video playback:
• Tap and drag the progress bar to change playback time.
• Tap
/
to start / stop playback.
• Tilt your smartphone or tablet to view in landscape mode, or hold upright to view in
portrait mode.
NOTE
Only one device may use video playback at a time.
18.2.4
Modify Password
Change the password used for remote access to the system. You can also revert the password to the default directly on the receiver (default password: 000000).
To modify your password:
1. Tap
next to the system name.
2. Tap Advanced Setting.
3. Tap Modify Password.
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4. Enter the following information:
• Old: Enter the current password for the system.
• New: Enter a new password.
• Confirm: Reenter the new password.
5. Tap OK.
To revert to the default password:
1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Network.
3. Select Reset Password.
4. Select Yes.
Press
18.2.5
to exit.
Setting Alert Interval
The alert interval determines the minimum amount of time between motion alerts on your
smartphone / tablet. You may want to increase the interval length to decrease the frequency of alerts on your smartphone / tablet, or even turn smartphone / tablet alerts off. By
default, the alert interval is set to 3 minutes.
1. Ensure that your smartphone / tablet has push notifications enabled. See the instruction manual provided with your mobile device for details.
2. Tap
next to the system name.
3. Tap Advanced Setting.
4. Tap Alert Interval.
5. Tap one of the time intervals to set the minimum time between motion alerts. Select
OFF to turn off motion alerts on your smartphone / tablet.
18.2.6
Setting Video Quality
Video quality affects the smoothness of the live video feed on your smartphone or tablet.
Video smoothness is affected by connection speed.
1. Tap
next to the system name.
2. Tap Advanced Setting.
3. Tap Video Quality.
4. Tap High, Medium, or Low. High video quality results in the most bandwidth consumption, which requires a high speed connection. Reduce quality if video is choppy.
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18.2.7
Sharing Snapshots
Share snapshots with friends and family via e-mail.
1. Tap
.
2. Tap the name of the system you wish to share snapshots from.
3. Tap
.
4. Tap the snapshot you want to share, then tap
.
5. Select Email Photo to share the snapshot.
6. Enter the recipient’s email address and tap Send.
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18.3 Lorex SD Pro for Android Devices
18.3.1
Getting Started
Use the following instructions to view your camera(s) over the Internet using your Android™ smartphone or tablet.
1. Connect the included Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on the LCD receiver to
your wireless router. The network icon on the receiver turns green (
).
• You may need to turn the receiver off and on again for it to connect to your network.
2. Connect to your home WiFi Internet using your smartphone or tablet. See the user
guide provided with your Android™ device for details.
3. Download the freeLorex SD Pro app from the Google Play Store.
4. Tap the Lorex SD Pro icon (
).
5. Tap Click here to add device.
6. Enter a personalized name for the system in the Name field, then enter the password
(default 000000).
7. Tap Scan to scan the QR code.
OR
Enter the UID number manually. The UID number is printed below the QR code on the
back of the receiver.
8. Tap OK. The system will show in your device list with an "Online" status.
9. Tap the name of the system. You will be asked to enter a new, secure password.
Write your password down for future reference: _____________________________
Live video from the camera(s) appears on your smartphone or tablet.
NOTE
It is recommended to keep the receiver connected to an electrical outlet so the battery does not lose
power.
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18.3.2
Live Viewing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
System information: The system name followed by the channel currently displayed.
Network status
Viewing resolution: Streaming resolution for the video feed.
Channel button: Tap to choose which channel to display.
Video quality: Speed of video decoding. Speed of video decoding. Higher quality results in greater bandwidth consumption, which requires a higher connection speed.
Reduce quality if video is choppy.
6. Live video
7. Image gallery: Tap to view snapshot images taken using the app.
8. Snapshot: Tap to take a snapshot of the current video display. See 18.3.5 Viewing
Snapshots, page 54
9. Mute: Tap to mute or unmute sound from the current camera.
10. Intercom: Tap to enable two-way audio with the currently selected camera. Tap again
to disable or listen for a response.
18.3.3
Event Log
If you have enabled motion recording on the system, use the event log to review motionbased events. Each event is stamped with the date and time when the event took place,
as well as the camera that captured the event. These events are uploaded from the memory card inserted into the receiver. If the memory card is removed, the events will not be
accessible.
NOTE
Date and time stamps are created using the date and time on your smartphone or tablet and not the
receiver.
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To open the event log:
1. Tap next to the system name.
2. Tap View Event.
A list of events appears from the last half day. If you wish to view an event which took
place prior to the current date, use the search feature detailed below.
3. Tap an event to preview the video recording.
4. Use the buttons to control video playback:
• Tap and drag the progress bar to change playback time.
• Tap
/
to start / pause playback, or tap
to stop playback.
• Tilt your smartphone or tablet to view in landscape mode, or hold upright to view in
portrait mode.
NOTE
Only one device may use video playback at a time.
You can also search for events by specifying a time frame or specific channels.
To search for events:
1. Tap
next to the system name.
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2. Tap View Event.
3. Tap
.
4. Choose a time frame to search for video, or tap Custom to configure the start time,
end time, and channels included. Tap Done to begin the search.
A list of recordings that meet the specifications of your search appears.
5. Tap any recording to preview it on your device.
6. Use the buttons to control video playback:
• Tap and drag the progress bar to change playback time.
• Tap
/
to start / pause playback, or tap
to stop playback.
• Tilt your smartphone or tablet to view in landscape mode, or hold upright to view in
portrait mode.
NOTE
Only one device may use video playback at a time.
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18.3.4
Modify Password
Change the password used for remote access to the system. You can also revert the password to the default directly on the receiver (default password: 000000)
To modify your password:
1. Tap
next to the system name.
2. Tap Edit Device.
3. Tap Advanced.
4. Tap Modify Password.
5. Enter the following information:
• Old: Enter the current password for the system.
• New: Enter a new password.
• Confirm: Reenter the new password.
6. Tap OK.
To revert to the default password:
1. Press
, then push the joystick to select Settings.
2. Select Network.
3. Select Reset Password.
4. Select Yes.
5. Press
18.3.5
to exit.
Viewing Snapshots
View snapshots taken with the cameras using the app.
1. Tap
next to the system name.
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2. Tap View Snapshot.
3. Tap any picture to view it in full screen.
18.3.6
Setting Alert Interval
The alert interval determines the minimum amount of time between motion alerts on your
smartphone / tablet. You may want to increase the interval length to decrease the frequency of alerts on your smartphone / tablet, or even turn smartphone / tablet alerts off. By
default, the alert interval is set to 3 minutes.
1. Ensure that your smartphone / tablet has push notifications enabled. See the instruction manual provided with your mobile device for details.
2. Tap
next to the system name.
3. Tap Edit Device.
4. Tap Advanced.
5. Tap Alert Interval.
6. Tap one of the time intervals to set the minimum time between motion alerts. Select
Unlimited to receive alerts whenever a motion event occurs, or select OFF to turn off
motion alerts on your smartphone / tablet.
18.3.7
Setting Video Quality
Video quality affects the smoothness of the live video feed on your smartphone or tablet.
1. Tap next to the system name.
2. Tap Edit Device.
3. Tap Advanced.
4. Tap the dropdown menu next to Video Quality.
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5. Tap High, Medium, or Low. High video quality results in greater bandwidth consumption, which requires a high speed connection. Reduce quality if video is choppy.
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Technical Specifications
19.1 General
Description
Specification
Transmission Frequency
2,400 ~ 2,43.5MHz
Transmission Power
16dBm
Data Rate
4 Mbps
Unobstructed Wireless Range
660ft (200m) outdoors / 165ft (50m)indoors
Spread Spectrum
FHSS
Modulation
GFSK
Operating Temperature
14 ~ 104°F / -10 ~ 40°C
Operating Humidity
< 85%
19.2 Camera
Description
Specification
Image Sensor
1/4" CMOS Image Sensor
Supported Resolutions
720p (1280x720) up to 20 fps
VGA (640x480) up to 30 fps
Minimum Illumination
< 5Lux (IR on) / > 30Lux (IR off)
AGC
Auto
AES Speed
1/30~1/1000 Second
IR LEDs
16 pieces
Night Vision Range
65ft (20m) / 45ft (14m)
PIR Range
21ft (6.5m)
Lens / Lens Type
3.6mm F2.0 / Fixed
View Angle
Diagonal 65°
Power Consumption
Max 400mA (IR on)
Max 290mA (IR off)
Power Supply
9V DC 600mA ±5%
Operating Temperature
14 ~ 122°F / -10 ~ 50°C
Dimensions
W: 92mm, L: 210mm, H: 129mm
Weight
0.55lbs / 0.24kg
19.3 Receiver
Description
Specification
Display
9” diagonal
LCD Resolution
800x480
Receiving Sensitivity
-88dBm
Image Processing
MPEG4
Battery
2000mah 3.7V
Power Consumption
Max 1.7A
Power Supply
9V DC 600mA ±5%
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Description
Specification
Operating Temperature
32 ~ 104°F / 0 ~ 40°C
Dimensions
W: 24mm, L: 251mm, H: 154mm
Weight
1.30lbs / 0.58kg
As our products are subject to continuous improvement, Lorex Corporation and its subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product design, specifications, and prices without notice
and without incurring any obligation. E&OE
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Strengthening the Range of the
Wireless Signal
There are a few things you should consider when selecting a location for the receiver and
camera(s) that will help to boost your wireless signal.
20.1 Clear Line-of-Sight
The digital wireless signal is virtually interference free. However, you should always ensure
there is a clear line-of-sight between the camera and the receiver.
20.2 Obstacles
There should be little to no obstacles obstructing the line-of-sight between the camera and
the receiver. Solid objects, such as concrete and metal may limit the range of the wireless
signal.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
There is no picture from the
camera(s)
Solution
•
•
•
•
•
The picture is dropping
The picture is or has become choppy
•
•
•
Move the camera closer to the receiver.
Try repositioning the camera, receiver or both to improve the reception.
Ensure you have raised the antenna(s) on the receiver.
•
The picture may become choppy when experiencing a lower frame rate
due to reduced signal strength (i.e. 10 frames per second vs. a higher
20 frames per second).
Try moving the camera closer to the receiver.
Remove obstructions between the receiver and camera.
•
•
The picture is white
•
•
Bright spot in image while
viewing camera at night
There is no audio from the
camera(s)
Cannot hear audio when I
speak
Cannot connect to the system remotely
Check power to the camera.
Make sure that the cameras and receiver are both ON.
Make sure that the camera is in range of the receiver.
The battery is dead. Connect the receiver to a power outlet using the
included power adapter.
The receiver is in Scan mode. Press the power button on the top panel
of the receiver to exit Scan mode.
Common situation know as "washout" or "whitewash" where a strong
light source is pointed at the camera lens. The camera lens IS NOT
harmed during a whitewash.
DO NOT point your camera towards a light source.
•
This occurs when a camera is pointed at a window to see outside, because the night vision LED's produce Infrared light that reflects off the
glass. If you need to look outside, install the camera outdoors. Please
note that the camera must be installed under shelter when placed
outdoors.
•
•
Make sure you have removed the protective film from the camera lens.
Make sure the receiver volume is not muted. Turn the receiver volume
up.
•
You must release the talk button (
the camera(s).
•
Make sure the receiver is powered on. You must connect the receiver
to a local power outlet during remote monitoring.
Make sure you have connected the receiver to your router using the included Ethernet cable.
Make sure the receiver shows a green network icon on the LCD display.
If the icon is red, you may need to turn the unit off and on again.
•
•
) in order to listen to audio from
Cannot view events on mobile device
•
The memory card has been removed from the receiver. Insert a memory card with motion recordings stored on it into the receiver to view
events on your smartphone / tablet.
Video streams in live viewing are different sizes
•
Cameras are set to different resolutions (i.e., one is set to VGA and the
other to HD). The system will record each resolution normally.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does a wireless camera require power?
A: Yes. Wireless cameras require two power sources: one connected to the camera, and
the other to the receiver. The term "wireless" refers to the lack of a video cable between
the camera and the receiver.
Q: How far can a wireless camera transmit a video signal?
A: In an open field (with line of sight), a typical wireless camera has a range between 250 500 feet. 'Line-of-sight' means that there are no obstructions between the camera and receiver. Obstructions include walls, buildings, trees, and certain electronic devices. Materials containing moisture (for example, leaves) may also act as an obstruction. Cubical
walls, drywall, glass, and windows generally do not degrade wireless signal strength.
In a closed environment—such as the interior of a house—the wireless camera range is
between 100 - 165 feet. The signal range varies depending on the type of building materials or objects the wireless signal must pass through.
The signal range also depends on whether there are competing signals using the same
frequency as the camera. For example, signals from cordless phones or routers may affect
signal strength. Adaptive Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) technology featured in the latest Lorex models greatly reduces signal interference.
Range Limiting Factors1
Reflection
Scattering
Refraction
Diffraction
Attenuation
The signal reflects
back
The signal scatters back into multiple new signals
The signal bends
as it travels
through an object
(e.g. glass
window)
The signal
changes direction
as it passes
around an object
The signal
strength weakens
as it passes
through an object
NOTE
1.
Source: Xirrus (2010). "Wi-Fi Range Dynamics". Retrieved online at http://xirrus.gcsmarket.com/
pdfs/Xirrus_Wi-Fi_Range.pdf
Signal Reduction Through Materials
Signal strength decreases as it passes through different types of material. The table below
shows how signals become reduced when passing through different materials:
Material
Signal Reduction (%)
Plaster & Wood
10 - 30%
Brick
30 - 50%
Concrete Cinder Blocks
50 - 70%
Metal & Metal Cladding
70 - 90%
NOTE
Signals that must pass through wet or moist materials (e.g. shrubs and trees) may be significantly
reduced.
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The stronger the signal strength, the higher the video frame rate. The lower the signal
strength, the lower the video frame rate.
Full signal strength
Low signal strength
(high frame rate)
(low frame rate)
Q: Are digital wireless camera signals secure?
A: Yes. Lorex digital wireless products feature a wireless transmission method called Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS). This type of signal is highly resistant to eavesdropping as it generates a channel hopping sequence using an algorithm generated by
the receiver, which only the camera can follow through the "pairing" function.
Pairing is an electronic handshake between digital wireless devices. Digital wireless cameras can only be paired to one receiver. This is to prevent interception by third parties, and
prevents any other device from picking up the signal—this also means that you cannot pair
one camera to multiple receivers.
Q: How many frames per second should I expect from a digital wireless camera?
A: Current Lorex digital wireless cameras offer 10 - 30 FPS (Frames Per Second) performance. Actual frame rate depends mainly on signal strength (see the chart in section
above).
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Notices
WARNING
Infants have been STRANGLED in power cords. Keep power cords more than 3 feet away from cribs,
bassinets, play yards and other safe sleep environments for infants.
23.1 FCC Notice
This equipment has been certified and found to comply with the limits regulated by the
FCC part 15, subpart C. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception (which can
be determined by turning the equipment on and off), the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for assistance
WARNING
To ensure compliance with the FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm (7.87in) between the radiator and nearby persons.
23.2 Industry Canada Notice
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesirable operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils
radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1)
l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter
tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
23.3 Modification
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could
void the user's authority to operate the device.
Toute modification non approuvée explicitement par le fournisseur de licence de l'appareil
peut entraîner l'annulation du droit de l'utilsateur à utiliser l'appareil.
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23.4 RoHS
This product is fully compliant with the European Union Restriction of the Use of Certain
Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment ("RoHS") Directive (2002/
95/EC). The RoHS directive prohibits the sale of electronic equipment containing certain
hazardous substances such as lead, cadmium, mercury, and hexavalent chromium, PBB,
and PBDE in the European Union.
NOTE
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It is imperative that the user follows the guidelines in this manual to avoid improper usage which may
result in damage to the product, electrical shock, and fire hazard injury. In order to improve the features, functions, and quality of this product, the specifications are subject to change without notice
from time to time.
Please see the label on your device for FCC/IC certification numbers.
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As our product is subject to continuous improvement, Lorex Corporation & subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product design, specifications & prices without
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