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LW482

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8  Channels

2  Cameras

500GB  Hard Drive

VGA  Resolution

140FT  Night Vision

Internet Setup Wizard

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Wireless surveillance camera system

Maintain vigilance and experience true peace of mind with the Lorex LW482 surveillance solution. You don't have to be a wiz to set it this product. Internet setup wizard, and dedicated Apps give you the peace of mind at the tip of your fingers. The system includes two wireless security cameras that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. With easy installation, place the cameras in those crucial outdoor locations without the need to run video cables, just simply power up the wireless camera and receiver and you’re ready to go.

A built-in signal warning alerts you if the camera is out of range from the receiver. Capable of plugging directly into a DVR, or TV, or RCA monitor, and with features such as FHSS Digital Wireless Technology providing excellent VGA image quality, a built-in microphone for listen-in audio, and long range night vision of up to 140ft, this advanced weatherproof wireless camera is ideal for the home or business security. The LW2277B digital wireless security camera, the wireless way to stay aware.

Watch over your world from anywhere in the world delivering true peace of mind with the LH020 ECO Blackbox 2. Featuring Stratus Connectivity our innovative hassle-free cloud connection, allows you to quickly and easily remotely connect to your smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac. Download the free App, scan the QR code and start viewing your world securely online! Compatible with iOS and Android devices.

LH140 series compatibility chart

Exclusive LOREX Easy Connect Internet Set-up Wizard

Exclusive LOREX Easy Connect Internet Set-up Wizard

Simple installation process for user convenience.

Free Lorex DDNS

Free Lorex DDNS

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.

24/7 100% Duty cycle hard drive pre-installed

24/7 100% Duty cycle hard drive pre-installed

The hard drives are designed to work in a security environment, including simultaneous recording & playback from various streams.

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Bill

Location: Florida
Date : June 20, 2014

This system was easy to install and to get up and running. Since I'm in a rental I went wireless to make installation easier. I was able to locate the DVR in the location of my choice by using powerline adapters. I didn't see a difference in quality with it on the powerline or connected directly to the router. The powerline didn't even affect getting tapped in with the Stratus Application for Apple. I would have preferred the NVR with POE, but that will come later after I'm out of the rental.

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Tyler

Location: Eastern North Carolina
Date : June 27, 2014

I have only one complaint with the system itself. According to the specs., Lorex claims this systems has a 140 ft. night vision capability. I'd say 20 feet at best, and even that is difficult to see anything.

Second. Not really a complaint, but a wish. Documentations talks of being able to use a keyboard with the system, yet I cannot get one to work and when connecting a kybd, the mouse goes dead. waaa.

Daylight capabilities are excellent.

Ease of use: Excellent

Access via web or mobile: Excellent

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TP

Location: PA
Date : July 4, 2014

I bought this security system for my home and I like the clarity of the video. Even though I only have one camera up so far, I wish it came with 4 cameras instead of 2. I will eventually buy 2 more for the rest of my property. I also really like that I can view my property from my phone or ipad....that was easy to set up. I would recommend to anyone wanting peace of mind at home.

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Location: Longueuil, Québec, Canada
Date : July 7, 2014

I bought a DVR ECO BlackBox2 LH020 Series with 2 wireless security cameras LW2277 on June 19, 2014 by internet.

The delivery was in three days the same week.

Even if my English is far from a high level, I will try to describe my experience.

The scope was to survey the outdoor of my house.

Read carefully the instructions and the manual; for example if you don't see the arrow of the mouse, you have to press three times 0 (zero); this advice is only in the manual.

The most difficult part is to install the camera on the right place, especially for outdoor use !!.

I began by placing the 2 cameras (outlets, cables, etc); after that I made all the connections for the cameras outside and all the connections for the DVR and receivers inside.

Be very careful to protect the outlets and the Power Adapters; do not let the rain affect them.
I had already a display. I started all the equipment.

I adjust the receivers of the 2 cameras, so the signal became very good;

Do not forget to change the default password !!!

Everything worked fine.

But now, you must protect the cameras; so :
- I made a wood shield for each cameras to protect them: rain , vandalism (if possible), direct sunlight ; the only part that is not protected is the front of the cameras; do not forget, the temperature must be between -10 Celsius (14 F) and + 50 Celsius (122 F); that's why, at the end of the autumn I will put both cameras inside, because we have -31 Celsius during the winter.
- I made tests during the day to verify if the view is what I want.
- I checked different hours during the night: 21:00, 22:00, 24:00, 02:00, 05:00. (Don't worry, I slept very well, I use the playback to check all this !)
- If the cameras is ''looking'' by a hole you need a largest hole in front of the cameras; If the hole is not large enough, you will see very well during the day but during the night you will see nothing, just a gray hallo because the infra red needs a largest angle.

It is a big difference between the day (color) and the night (gray).

I had an incident when I thought that everything is fine: one of the cameras (the most important for me), stopped connecting at 16:32; she worked fine all the week; I observed that, the next day. I play backed until I found the hour, but I did not found en explanation; what I did ? I unplugged the cable and plugged again; she start to work very well. It's happened sometimes with wireless connection.

This could be very embarrassing when you really need to see what's happened at home when you are in Europe for example !!!

I put a UV lamp between the camera and the ''target'', during the night; nothing bad happened; the camera don't seemed blinded by the UV lamp, or even by a white dell solar lamp.

During the day, at 15 m between the camera and a person, you cannot distinguish very well the person (his face for example) .

To check easier, I downloaded the application for iPhone and iPad; the iPad helped me a lot; I can see what's happening at home by iPhone or iPad when I am not in the town.

I tried a lot of options that the BlackBox2 offer (for example private zone, etc).

Conclusion:
- the price is fair:
- The equipment work very well.
- I am satisfied !!

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Great little system for the money

Location: usa
Date : July 14, 2014

The security system does a good job and the wireless camera is a nice feature. I have one about 200 feet away and it connects great. The downside to this system is the actual menu on the dvr. I am no novice when it comes to electronics, but navigating the menus can be very labor intensive. They are not intuitive and look like they were designed by a teen in the 1990's. Also, it is weird that the firmware will not update from the internet. It keeps asking for a usb key. If the dvr is connected to my internet router then there should be a push update to update the firmware. The web viewing is nice. Takes a few times to connect, but I'm connecting via 4G on my cell, so my carrier may be part of the problem as well. All in all though it is a great feature. I would, and already have recommended this system to family members. It's nice to pay so little for peace of mind. I have only had it installed a few days, so I will update if I run into any problems. I don't foresee any at this point though.

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Duke

Location: NC
Date : July 22, 2014

Overall I am very pleased with the DVR and Cameras. I think it is a good value for the cost and was very easy to setup. The only issue I have had is focusing the cameras and the remote does not work.

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Steve

Location: Canada
Date : June 26, 2013

Although this package has plenty of capability, I found the user interface really lacking. Given the price, I would expect more thought to be put into how the user interacts with the device.

1. Although you can access and control the DVR remotely, there are some capabilities that must be done using a monitor attached directly to the DVR, like setting the time. This is frustrating as it means you need to have an attached monitor.

2. The receiver for the cameras offers two resolutions with an easy to use button on the front of the receiver to select. Too bad there's no indication what resolution you've selected.

3. The DVR interface has a steeper than required learning curve, requiring many references to the manual to figure it out. For instance, when configuring motion detection the software gives no indication whether a red tint to a selection indicates a selected area or de-selected area. To make it worse, the manual refers to a black area and not to a red tint area. It really came down to trial and error to figure this out.

4. I found the cameras to be a little narrow angle for a surveillance camera, but the night vision is rock solid. I'm amazed how well the night vision works. Also, the transmitter range is great.

If I had to do it again, I would seriously consider getting a higher resolution system than this. It's easy to forget how crappy 640x480 looks. :-)

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Debbiewoc

Location: Oregon
Date : November 3, 2013

Like the system ok, the monitor not as much. I have to set the monitor on a desk and don't like that it does not tilt for better viewing when standing. We have a driveway alarm and I walk by to see who is in the driveway and the angle of the monitor is not good. Also, I wish there was a brightness control was handled on the monitor directly, instead of the program itself. I'd like to turn the brightness down at night, easily.

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vandelwatcher

Location: WI
Date : December 3, 2013

I didn't think these cameras were easy to setup. Took me several days to get them hooked up. We have them set up right now in the house pointing thought windows, and the picture is not the greatest do to reflection. So come spring the will have to go outside to get a good quality video. Also when installing the disk to my computer it installed a lot of programs that caused my computer to act up, was not happy about that all.

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jose

Location: miami fl
Date : December 14, 2013

I only have it for a few weeks, I have been trying to get in touch with your support team but with a wait time of over an hour, it is not possible. I wanted to ask about your max fast forward speed on the dvr, it gives me one minute of recorded video in 3 to 4 seconds, I wanted to know if it can be increased, since my Q-SEE dvr gives me one minute for one second, another thing I wanted to ask is the jumpy video, instead of smooth motion, maybe the fact that it is wireless?. last it is the constant red blinking light in front of the the dvr, can it be stopped? if you can answer these questions I may be able to write a more positive review. jose

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cliff

Location: Home Little Rock
Date : April 27, 2014

I like the system. However, disk that came with system was severely damaged. Have to wait till Monday for customer service. Easy to install unit and have it working but not easy without cd.

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ATLJC

Location: Atlanta
Date : June 23, 2014

Although I thought I was getting a brand new system, I think I was sent an open box one. The LW482 system I purchased is an 8-channel DVR, but the box my DVR came in indicated it was the 4-channel version. The box itself, had been all taped up with heavy packing tape, imprinted with "Factory Inspected" and was difficult to get open. There was an 8-channel DVR inside, but I was a really miffed that I may have ended up with a factory reconditioned unit rather than a brand new one like I thought I was getting.

The system is very easy to set-up and the Stratus cloud connection worked right off with no problems connecting remotely. I had everything set up on my TV, Laptop, Android phone, and iPad within no time, without having to make any adjustments to my home network. Everything connected without any issues.

I was really expecting the cameras to offer better resolution than they do. The picture I'm getting, both on my HDTV and remotely, is fuzzy and not very clear, nowhere near the High Definition examples on Lorex's website. The picture is either washed out if it's too bright or dark if there isn't enough light. When the light levels get low, the cameras switch to night vision, which I only thought they were supposed to do in complete darkness.

I got the Lorex system to supplement my Logitech Alert Security system, as I have the maximum number of cameras allowed for the Logitech system. The picture quality of of the large, somewhat obtrusive Lorex camera is nowhere near the crisp and clear view the miniature Logitech cameras offer. The inability to zoom or auto-focus make the Lorex cameras only rate average in my opinion, which is disappointing as I expected the Lorex camera's to be as good or better than Logitechs, given the price points of each are comparable.

The DVR offers an easy interface, with fast access to settings and preferences, locally or remotely. Be aware however that of the 8-channels, only 2 of the cameras can be hooked into the 2 audio ports this DVR offers. There are no audio inputs available for the other 6 cameras one might add to complete the 8-channel option. The DVR is only able to connect to 4 cameras wirelessly, with the other 4 hard-wired. I would have rather had the 4-channel DVR instead of the 8-channel this system is built off of. I wish that had been an option.

Comparing the Logitech to the Lorex, I'm underwhelmed by the LW482, and give it an average rating of 3-stars compared to the Logitech system which I rate at 5. I would have been throughly disappointed had I paid the Lorex's MSRP of $799, but given my cost was 60% of that, I can't complain. I just hope this system gives me the trouble free operation that my Logitech system has over the years.

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wang

Location: Maryland
Date : July 1, 2014

I just bought this security system online, I found one of two receivers didn't work at all when I opened the package, I had to ask the service department to replace it :(

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harley

Location: pa.
Date : July 4, 2014

the cameras are fine but the instruction book is not very good and the support line really sucks you can call at the minute they open and you are still be on hold for an extended time. Also we did not have a password to set up the date and time on our camera,had to call the support line.

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thomas

Location: home
Date : June 1, 2013

The directions to set up remote viewing through IPAD or Iphone is crap

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