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LNC100 Series

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Lorex Live Ping wireless network camera

The LNC100 Lorex LIVE Ping Wireless Network Cameras allow users to remotely monitor their home or business through a secure, password protected connection that requires no networking knowledge. Simply connect the ip camera into a router, run the installation CD and users are on their way to see, hear and protect what matters to them most. View on your PC, Mac or compatible smartphone.

ip camera with iPhone iPad Mac android and PC connectivity

Configure your camera on any device - no PC required.

ip camera set-up in 3 easy stepsWith a quick & easy 3 Step Set-Up with no PC required, all you have to do to activate your camera is plug it into power, connect to the internet with the press of a button, then simply scan the QR code on the back of the camera with your smartphone or tablet using the free downloadable Ping App.  Never before has it been such a breeze to set-up a wireless network camera.  The QR code acts as the camera’s ID, and once you scan it, voila you’re instantly viewing live video right from your mobile device without the need of a PC!

Easy connection to home network with Ethernet or Wi-Fi.

ip camera easily connects to Wi-FiVersatile and advanced the Ping is capable of connecting to the internet over Wi-Fi with WPS. Connect over Wi-Fi with no hardwired connection to the router necessary, so there’s no need for an Ethernet cable as long as your router has a WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) function.  The camera can detect and connect to your Wi-Fi network and start streaming video right away.

Simple microSD and snapshot recording.

ip camera for recordingConveniently choose to either record straight to your camera on a microSD card using the built-in video recorder, or record directly to your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac with the free remote viewing applications for mobile devices, laptops and desktop computers.  Using H.264 video compression technology to maximize recording space and conserve Internet bandwidth, enabling you to playback that captured footage on your device straight away.

Night vision & unique Dual Lens design  

IP camera with night visionThis camera was built with a dual lens to deliver enhanced day imagery and excellent night vision observation.  One lens is used specifically for day time operation providing a clean and colourful picture.  While the other lens is solely used during low light conditions, with the image automatically switching to a crisp and clear black & white night vision.  The camera features a powerful infrared LED that allows for viewing of up to 30ft away in total darkness.  Be in the know at all times no matter what time of day or night.

Dual motion detection technology with instant alerts to your phone

IP camera with motion detectionFeaturing dual motion detection technology with both Passive Infra-Red (PIR) and smart video motion detection.  Alert accuracy is drastically improved, providing superior motion sensing that ensures more precise motion-activated recordings, push notifications and email alerts with snapshot attachments of the event sent directly to your device. The built-in PIR (Passive Infrared) sensor tracks heat from moving objects such as people or animals, while the video motion detection with customizable sensitivity levels catches all the motion that doesn’t generate heat and is also outside of the PIR sensor’s 20ft range. Instantly know if anything happens at your home, small business or vacation properties all at once!

Listen-in audio with push/email audio alerts.

IP camera with audio alertsFeaturing a powerful built-in microphone that lets you hear what’s happening around the camera straight to your mobile device or computer.  The LIVE Ping also supports a two-way talk feature by connecting an accessory speaker (sold separately) to the audio jack, helping bridge the gap between the camera and the end user.  Being able to talk to your camera from anywhere in the world is a great function to have. Whether you’re just upstairs in the house or traveling across the globe, you can calm your frantic pet or communicate with family members in the house with the press of a button!

Model no.: LNC100 Series

SD Recording

SD Recording

Record the video directly on the SD memory card (not included)

Two-way audio

Two-way audio

The IP camera supports two-way voice communication over the Internet. External speakers are required.

Secured Netwok

Secured Netwok

Secured video feed, so no unwanted viewers can hack into the network.

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Model no.:LNC104

Simple IP network wireless camera for home monitoring

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L. Wick

Location: Michigan
Date : October 10, 2012

top quality, easy setup

We've been through a number of network cameras for different applications, everything from taking photos at our hummingbird feeder to watching inside a bee hive. This is one of the best. The image quality is exceedingly good. We're using it at roughly 75 feet, no problems at that range. And this device is rather more versatile than most. 5 stars.

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Daniel Myers

Location: Greenville, SC USA
Date : October 25, 2012

Now just take a paper-clip...

The title above is a quote from a Lorex Customer Service Agent when I was calling about how to sign back onto the camera on my PC - less than a year old w/ Windows 7 OS - as she was trying to describe to me how to reset the camera so that I could accomplish this feat. I won't go into the details but it doesn't work, and I ended up uninstalling it from my PC.

It works quite well on my Android phone, however, a Samsung Galaxy S III. You just have to long press on the phone's ID # for the menu to come up and you can adjust all sorts of settings and arrange to have a picture e-mailed to you whenever motion is detected, or sound or both depending on how you set it up.

All very well, I set it up to my Gmail address and, despite the 1 to 10 scale of sensitivity, in reality it's all or nothing. No matter what setting I put it on, I either end up getting a picture mailed to me every 5 seconds - I've had to delete 150 e-mails from my account - or no notifications come through at all.

The picture and sound quality are excellent and probably much clearer than the picture you see of yourself at your local convenience store.

But so what? What is the point of having this device, a "wireless" camera with a very short power cord and no battery? Unless you can amuse yourself all day watching your driveway, which is where I have the camera focussed at the moment, I really don't see the point. I chose the camera because my neighbour had been complaining about scary noises in the night and our driveways overlap. I'm afraid to put her email address on the camera now because she'll become furious at me to find 150 or more useless pictures filling up her inbox.

Everything about this kit screams BETA to me. It's a good camera. It connects well with the mobile app for Android they've developed - at least on the Galaxy S III, though forget about your computer. But I'm having to use an extension cord to mount it where it's useful to me.

If you're looking for a good surveillance camera, look elsewhere. I've spent the better part of three days fiddling with the software, calling customer service, etc. and I've given up on getting quality use out of it.

But I notice that this is version 1.0 of the mobile app. Lorex, update the software a little more and this thing might be worth the bother, and, btw, the paper-clip reset solution does not work!

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G. Ware

Location: Colorado USA
Date : October 28, 2012

Nice picture quality but lacks in other areas

I have a Panasonic wired camera and have been very pleased with it. The Panasonic isn't very easy to setup for remote viewing but once setup it works great. I picked up the Lorex for its wireless capabilities so that I could place it easily around the house. The Lorex is good on a number of things but it also falls short on several things as well.

The pros

1. Picture quality- I have found the picture quality to be very good. Seems to be better than the Panasonic with better brightness in daylight and offers ability to see at night.

2. Wireless- for the price the inclusion of the wireless is a good deal.


1. Setup- setup wasn't as smooth as I expected after reading about the product. I wasn't able to setup the camera through my iphone so had to set it up via the web front end.

2. Wireless connection- I'm running the camera through a Cisco wireless router and after a reboot of the camera it often does not find the router. This has happened several times. I often have to unplug the camera, the router, and then start both back up. I had the same issue running it through an Apple wireless router.

3. Software- the software is a bit buggy on both the iOS devices and desktop pc I have tried. The iOS application for iphone has crashed several times. I have found the Ipad version to be better. The software for MAC computer is not very intuitive and looks to be a port from PC version. On the MAC version I have still not been able to bring up the video from the camera.

4. Camera pan- my Panasonic has the ability to move the camera lens remotely, the Lorex is fixed.

5. Web access- my Panasonic has a web based free service that allows you to bring up the camera without an application. This is nice when at work and I want to see the camera without using my cellular data plan. I am able to view the camera from my work PC on the Panasonic. On the Lorex the only way to view the camera is through the lorex software or over a mobile device application.

I gave this device 3 stars because of some of the features that are not available compared to other products. Its a good start but I would consider other products before making a purchase of this camera.

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MotherLodeBeth "MotherLodeBeth"

Location: Sierras of California
Date : October 29, 2012

Great product Go slow Follow the directions

Ok I admit I sat here with the box unopened wondering if I would ever get the set up to work, since I may type fast on the Internet but wires and plug in stuff never seems too have easy to follow instructions.

You can add additional cameras and this set up is for day as well as nighttime use. It covers up to 30 feet which is decent for inside a home or for use inside a chicken coop if you are interested in what or who is stealing your hens or eggs. Would be awesome in a baby or child's room or if you are a caregiver set it up in the persons room so while you work you can keep and eye on things via your computer.

Thankfully they have video that walks you thru everything included and if you go slow and dot panic, the set up will be up and running.

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Mandy "mandy"

Location: San Rafael, CA, United States
Date : November 11, 2012

Works well wirelessly,

I hooked this up in my office because we keep the front door locked and I like to see who is out there before I step out in front of the huge glass doors and they see me. Sitting on a table inside of the office it has a great view of the outdoors and the street. The picture is surprising clear.

We have some ridiculously overpowering firewall in the office, so hooking it up was a bit of a challenge. It would have been very easy to sync it with the FIOS wireless, but instead I had to assign it its own IP address and go through several extra steps. In spite of how techno-savvy I may sound with the whole "assign it its own IP address" bit, I truly am a moron when it comes to that stuff. That being said, you can figure that setting up this camera is very easy for anyone who can run a computer.

It works on all of our cell phones, so anyone in the office can run the app and quickly glance at their iPhone, or in my case, Android, and see very clearly who is knocking outside. Very groovy.

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Tom McGee "Tom"

Location: Springfield, IL USA
Date : November 15, 2012

Amazing Quality, Useful and Affordable Product Limited Only by Imagination

Notwithstanding the excellent video explanation for installing the Lorex LNC104 wireless network camera, I found the Quick Starting Guide and software CD more than adequate for installing the camera, connecting it to my Toshiba laptop, my Android Cellular Phone and my wife's iphone.

This product is compatible with either Mac or PC users as long as they meet the prerequisite software requirements.

I procrastinated because I thought this would be a difficult product to install; however, to my surprise it was very easy and I am so happy to have this useful product.

It allows users to watch and/or record multiple locations in color day or night--home, office, vacation property, babies, pets and anywhere else that up to four camera's are installed.

It is absolutely amazing that my wife and I can see who is at our front door while we are at home, work or anywhere else we have computer or cell phone reception. The product's use is limited only by the user's imagination.

I have positioned the camera to monitor who is at my front door, driveway or front yard; however, I could also install a camera in the basement, on the main floor or upstairs or anywhere else that my dlink Wi-Fi reception is available.

This is a quality security camera with infrared LED (night vision), the ability to detect motion by tracking body heat, has external speaker audio capability and supports MicroSD cards up to a maximum size of 32GB.

The external speaker and MicroSD cards are not included with this product; however, I ordered a 32GB scandisk and X-Mini II Capsule Speaker on for total cost of $41.22.

I wholeheartedly recommend this affordable quality product to those who can benefit from its many applications.


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John Lee

Location: Baltimore, MA
Date : January 14, 2013

I watched the video on Lorex web and installed the camera within 2min. SD card recordings feature is AWESOME and supported on my iPhone. Good quality and best value! Highly recommended.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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Date : January 16, 2013

I purchased two LNC104s to test them out. They worked so well I purchased two more. Set up was truly plug and play. Video quality is great. If you want a simple wifi based system that you can monitor from your smart phone or computer, or both, then the LNC104 is perfect.

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Jay Faeges

Date : January 17, 2013

I purchased two LNC104s to test them out. They worked so well I purchased two more. Set up was truly plug and play. Video quality is great. If you want a simple wifi based system that you can monitor from your smart phone or computer, or both, then the LNC104 is perfect.

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W. T. Shiers "wtshiers"

Location: Jacksonville, Florida United States
Date : January 17, 2013

I purchased this as one of Amazon's 'daily deals'. I'm glad I did. I got it for just under $100 (normally $149). Though - after buying it and setting it up - I'd be happy to pay the extra $50.

What's good? Well - it's extremely easy to set it up. The video indicating you'll have it up and running in minutes is true. Literally took me less than two minutes. You simply hook it up to a wired network / router and follow the simple directions and bingo... you're good. I'm using an Iphone 5 to monitor it and - their app is free to download. Simply download it - scan the code on the back and, you're connected. Choose a camera name/password and it's all downhill from there.

The Iphone software is actually quite impressive really. All the settings from bandwidth/alarm notifications/sensitivity are right there. As well - once you have it on your phone - you can EASILY set it up for your wifi and move it anywhere within the range for use.

The sensitivity settings for sound take a bit of trial and error with the adjusting. However - that's to be expected depending on the dynamics of the room and - your expectations.

The night vision on this camera is clear as well... you can choose to include date/time on the capture or not.

Overall - I'm impressed. I bought two and will be giving one as a gift.

What not to expect?? - well for starters - it isn't designed as a 'fail-safe' recording device for complete security. If you buy it for that then - you're setting your expectations way too high. If your network goes out or - your ISP takes a dive for maintenance then you're out of luck for monitoring. Granted - you can record directly to the camera but - don't expect the notifications if your network goes down (or your power for that matter).

So - if you want something that's great for basic security/monitoring pets/kids this is it. If you're wanting to have something to monitor your property while away - it's great too (just remember - it's power and network dependent for notifications).

Still - all in all - EXCELLENT value for $150.

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Date : January 23, 2013

We purchased this item as a nanny cam and absolutely love it. It was incredibly easy to set up, just need to follow directions, and we are able to view video on our Asus tablet, both smartphones and pc with no problems. The only negative I can see is that we can also easily spy on each other...

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Location: Washington
Date : January 23, 2013

My wife and I were talking about a security system one day and I happened to see this unit on sale at Amazon for under $100. The instructions regarding hooking up the unit were very easy to follow. I don't have a WPS router, so I followed the instructions for PC installation. I got it hooked up very easily and it worked perfect on my wifi.

I then followed the directions on installing the software on my iPhone. This too went very smoothly and I had no problems getting it working. I love that I'm able to be at work and check the house and see what my dog is doing. She somehow has been opening the back door, and now I'm going to be able to see how she does it. On the first day, I did lose the video feed on my iPhone, however I just rebooted the phone and it has worked fine ever since.

The quality of the video and snapshots are pretty good for a inexpensive camera.

The only issues I've had is the instructions didn't mention that you have to download a VLC player to watch the recorded videos. Another issue is when you push the record button on your phone, it doesn't say how you can share the video (email). I did email the company tonight so when I get a response I'll update this review.

All in all I'm very satisfied with the camera and would easily pay the normal $150 price. I would like to get another one (rated for outdoors) to watch my driveway/front steps.

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Richard R. butcher "rrb"

Location: houston
Date : January 23, 2013

we just got an alarm system and have had 4 false alarms in one month. they call us and ask if the police s/b dispatched. well, how would i know? so, i take off work, dangerously speed home only to find it's another false alarm. well, that was it, i've got to have a way of knowing someone's taking my 65" plasma. well, this was the solution. for me i needed it to pop up on my work computer and it does. just need the camera name & ID and you're off to the races. i've got AT&T's new wire internet but, didn't need WPS. it configured pretty easily & has about a 2-3 second delay. but, i dont need complete real time. just need to know if someone is in the house. if you want that kind of "peace of mind" this is a great buy.

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Lihua He

Location: USA
Date : February 4, 2013

Using this to monitor the babies so there is no need to check their room or sleep situation. Really great help.

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Location: CA United States
Date : February 6, 2013

I bought this camera to be able to check inside my house while at work and it proved to be easy to set up and reliable for 2 weeks now. No need to know port forwarding or static IP or other networking terms to set it up.

I first downloaded the Lview software to my PC from the Lorex website and installed it (about 5 minutes). Then downloaded the Lorex Ping app from Google Play to my android tablet. When the camera arrived I took it out of the box, connected the power, and pressed the WPS button on my wireless router. While the LED on the router flashed, I pressed the WPS button on the camera. The lights started flashing for a minute or two and then the blue light stayed on. (note the router, the camera, and my pc are all in the same room, makes it easy to set up)

Then I opened the Lview software on the PC, it immediately found the camera and listed it under the "autosearch" pane. I clicked on it, added a password and I got the video of my room on the screen! I Opened the Ping app on the android tablet and added the camera there too, easily. All this took about 10-20 minutes.

I moved the camera to a position in the room that I wanted to monitor. The next day at work I installed the Lview software on my work pc and added the camera (all I needed to do is type in the camera id printed on the back of the camera and the password I set up the day before). and I was watching and listening the inside of my house, live. Took about 5 minutes. There is no need to know anything about cloud connection to get it to work.

One thing I found out is that the placement of the camera is very important.

It must be placed where there is good Wifi coverage from your wireless router. This is true regardless of what IP camera you buy, since without good wireless signals none of them can talk to the router.

To test this, you can take a laptop or a ipad/tablet and walk around your house. Watch the signal strength bar of the wifi. Where ever the signal is weak, an IP camera won't work very well. When I placed it in weak-coverage areas it constantly rebooted to search for a better signal and couldn't maintain a connection. The camera works fine, but depends on the wifi infrastructure of the house.

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