LOREX’s new Easy Connect Network IP Camera (LNE1001) allows 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.
The LNE1001 features high-resolution viewing, 10x digital zoom and two-way audio. Enhanced MPEG4 compression provides efficient video stream allowing users to monitor real-time surveillance from any Internet connection or by
using the Apple iPhone™, iPad™, iPod™ Touch.
The LNE1001IPcam is PC compatible, supporting Macintosh browser, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari browsers. Motion events trigger e-mail notifications with JPEG image attachment allowing users to see what happened. Included software gives users the ability to view, record and playback.
Secured video feed, so no unwanted viewers can hack into the network.
Audio capabilities due to the built-in microphone and speaker.
DDNS allows you to set up a web site address that points back to your Local Network. Lorex provides a free service for use with your DVR.
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This version I purchased is hard wired.
* Good picture quality for its size and price range
* Easy enough to configure with the included software
* Does have internal speaker for hearing sound with video(works great), can add speakers for two-way sound.
* Can access with web browser for local viewing and control. Can also access remotely via web browser and includes suggested Yoics account setup to avoid any static public IP address issues.
* Does have a smart phone app, but this appears to be just for local network viewing.
* Stand is not easy to adjust. Needs more movement. Best if hung on a wall.
* Software is very basic. Needs more recording features like adding schedules. The motion detection feature is really bad. Does not record sound and video(this is normal in the US due to legal issues per state).
* I spent some time trying to get the smart phone app to use the Yoics account but could not make it happen. Having to use a smart phone web browser to go to Yoics and have multiple log-ons is a pain when viewing remotely. Be nice if the app had two setups, one for local (as it has now) and one for remote setup with the yoics account, then have it remember the log-ons. One click viewing. If I had a public static IP address then I suspect it might work.
Would be nice if more POE IP cameras were available. (power over ethernet) no need for power cable, just an ethernet cable.