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Wireless HD Outdoor Network Cameras with 720p Resolution

Experience the simplicity of plug-and-play setup in a fully weatherproof indoor/outdoor (IP66 rated) metal housing security camera. View and record stunning HD video with no recurring fees. Connect to the camera on a wireless WiFi connection or by wiring the camera with Ethernet cable - the choice is yours! With the Lorex Stratus 3-step setup, it is quick and easy to view to your camera on a smartphone or tablet. Simply activate your camera by downloading the free Lorex Ping app and scanning the QR code on the camera to get started. View your world in different lighting conditions with Dual Lens technology - one sensor for daytime viewing providing pristine and colorful video, and the other sensor offering you authentic footage all through the night.

Live video and audio

Live Video and audio Keep track of your world from anywhere in the world. Access any of your IP security cameras using a smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac to view a stunning, real time surveillance footage. The LNC226x features a high definition image sensor as well as the built-in microphone for audio monitoring.

Cloud connectivity

Stratus cloud connectivity Stratus 3-step setup, it is quick and easy to view to your camera on a smartphone or tablet. Simply activate your camera by downloading the free Lorex Ping app and scanning the QR code on the camera to get started.

High Definition, 720p recording resolution

ip camer with 720p recording LNC226x allows several video recording options. Live video recording can be done when connected to the camera using a supported smartphone, tablet, PC or Mac. Continuous, scheduled or alert-activated recording is performed by 16 channel PC / Mac software that is included with the unit. The wireless IP camera also supports NAS and recording on a built-in Micro SD card (Not included)

Motion- and sound-activated alerts

camera with motion detection Stay aware of every sight and sound at your household or business with smart video motion detection and a built-in microphone. In the event of an intrusion, the camera can send an email with a picture attachment, or an instant notification to a smartphone.

Dual Lens technology

Dual Lens The LNC226X is ideal for homeowners who want to stay aware of their property 24/7. It comes with a dual lens; one is devoted to daytime viewing, providing pristine and colorful video. The other lens is specially designed for low-light conditions, offering you authentic footage around the clock. The cameras boast a powerful infrared LED that allows for viewing of up to 50ft away in total darkness.

Weather resistant housing

weather resistant ip camera Built to withstand even the harshest conditions, the LNC226x is protected from the rain, snow, dust and low temperatures. Designed to work in the Northern American climate, the camera can operate in the temperatures as low as -4°F (-20°C), protecting your property all year round.

Simple installation

ip camera installation The LNC226x can be connected to the router using either the Wi-Fi connection, or an Ethernet cable. When used as a in a wireless mode, the camera can be installed in locations that are difficult to reach or where it is hard to run the cable back to the router. The wired connection is useful for areas that have no Wi-Fi signal, or when installing multiple cameras causes interference. Bear in mind, the camera requires access to an electrical outlet.

Model no.: LNC226X-2PK

Micro SD Compatible

Micro SD Compatible

Record and store video on the Micro SD supported system.

Secured Netwok

Secured Netwok

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

Expandable System

Expandable System

System is expandable, allowing for additional camera channels.

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Location: New Albany, OH
Date : November 19, 2014

Awesome camera system! These IP cameras work perfectly!

I bought the 2-Pack LNC226X camera set. Easy to setup and deliver an excellent picture. I have them connected to my router via wifi . The Windows/Mac L-view and L-play CD software that is included with the LNC226X works great. The iPhone Ping app lets me check on the house while away. Love it! Set up instructions seem a little daunting at first, but read the installation instructions first and you will have with no problems at all. Installation was quick and easy.

We received our cameras within a week. I was a little concerned about the package getting delivered without damage. Not to worry! Cameras were bubble wrapped, surrounded with packing paper. Everything arrived in perfect condition thanks to the Lorex packing people.

Both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections are great with extensive options using PING to tailor you camera as needed for both day and night.

Would like to purchase another camera soon, I am waiting for price to come down. To purchase just one camera is rather expensive. Would like to see the price around half the purchase price of the 2pk system.

Thank You, Lorex!

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Location: Wickliffe OH
Date : November 12, 2014

The quality of the image is great. The ease of setting up the units is simple. The only problem I have is that, "out of the box", it does not have the expected RF range. I bought 2 cameras. The first camera is 21 feet from the RF router and direct "line of site" through a window. The second camera is 41 feet from the RF router and direct "line of site" through a window. The 21 foot one works fine. The 41 foot camera stays connected for about 50 seconds. It then disconnects for about 15 seconds and then reconnects. This happens over and over again. I have laptops that connect to the same RF router up to about 100 feet away through walls. If I cannot get this resolved, I will have to throw them away and go to a competitor.

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Location: Vancouver, WA
Date : November 10, 2014

I purchased the LNC226X two-pack after being disappointed with the Uniden G995 two camera system, which I returned. I spent about 30 minutes synching up camera 1 to my iPad, 2 iPhones, and a laptop. My objective was to set up both cameras outdoors and connect via Wi-Fi. Satisfied with the initial picture quality and setup requirements in my Living Room, I decided to go ahead and mount camera 1 outdoors in the front of my house. In spite of having very good internet speeds, I could not get camera 1 to connect again. I have Comcast Boost and typically get wireless speeds of 50 Mbps download and 12 Mpbs upload using their modem/router. I believe the issue may have been due to our stone façade archway possibly obstructing the signal path.

I was about ready to package the cameras back up and return them, when I had the idea of adding another wireless router to piggyback to my network. I purchased a high end NetGear wireless router and installed it relatively close to the camera locations. Set up was easy. I re-synched camera 1 to the second router and all devices with no issues, and installed/synched camera 2. I installed L-View and L-Play to my desktop PC as my intention was to use my PC hard drive to record video. I did not install microSD cards in the cameras.

I spent the rest of my Saturday playing around with streaming and camera settings, which are easily done via Ping on iPad or L-View via PC. I found that the highest resolution and frame rate settings caused picture hesitation/jumping or pixilation on faster moving objects like passing cars. I settled on 1024x768 resolution and 15 fps, which appears to have minimized video quality issues to an acceptable level. I have recording set up as Motion, with sensitivity at 3. Night vision recording is decent to about 50 ft. I turned off notifications, as they are annoyingly frequent.

Using L-Play is fairly straightforward. I was initially getting an exception error every time I launched the program, but eliminated this by deleting the first folders that were established before I renamed the cameras. The biggest issue I have with L-Play is that you can’t use the playback slider bar to move to or select a specific timeframe when reviewing recordings. So if you see something you want to view again, you can’t move the slider bar back a few seconds to watch it again. To get around this, you have to back out of play mode and re-select a more narrow time span to playback the timeframe that you want to review and hit play again.

If L-Play was better, I would give this product 5-stars.

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Thomas Spataro

Location: Canonsburg, PA
Date : October 4, 2014

It was a little difficult getting to sales to purchase additional cameras. I had bought a 3 pack of LNC 216 cameras and wanted to add a 2 pack of LNC 226 cameras for outdoors. Once contacted, sales apologized for the delay, took my order and sent the cameras ASAP! Great service and a great product so far. I have not installed my outdoor cameras as of yet.

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Location: Laval, Québec, Canada
Date : September 20, 2014

Acheté le samedi et reçu le mercredi avant même le courriel de UPS. J'avais des questions et j'ai fait appel au service de support technique après vente. Un préposé a passé près d'une heure au téléphone pour des précisions et des explications. Je suis très satisfait jusqu'à maintenant.
Pour améliorer le produit, le fil de connexion avec la caméra devrait être plus long pour permettre une connexion à travers un mur qui pourrait être plus épais. La portée de sans fil aussi pourrait être améliorée. J'ai un émetteur de BELL FIBRE QUI EST PUISSANT pourtant.

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Location: Kennett Square, PA
Date : September 8, 2014

Recently installing 3 LNC 216 and 2 LNC 226 cameras along with the PING app on my IPad 1stGen I am very satisfied and impressed with the entire system. Of particular note are for both style cameras:

1) PING loads very fast to my IPad to bring up the camera views. Seconds, which makes use in an emergency almost instantaneous. I love the 'All' button to start/stop recording to all camera to my IPad.
2) With only position one in view able to be seen in full screen, the ability to drag and drop any camera to position one an easy alternative.
3) Having trouble scheduling microSDHC recording to start before midnight then to end by any time in the AM. Still looking though.
4) Nice that while viewing a microSDHC recording you can start/stop a transfer directly to my IPad pressing the record icon at the video top. The same with a snap shot.
5) There appears to be no run time display for a microSDHC recording when viewing as with an IPad recording. Also cannot delete microSDHC files directly?
6) At first it seemed a little ackward viewing recorded files in 5 minute increments, but it makes sense to me now to dial into a specific time easily.
7) In the user manual 19.1.2 it states you cannot save photos on an IPad 1st Generation. On my IPad 1st Gen it does this just fine.
8) Both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections are great with extensive options using PING to tailor you camera as needed for both day and night.

Thank You, Lorex!

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Location: new Hampshire
Date : September 8, 2014

Using the camera x 2 on wifi, very easy setup (needed a micro Philips screwdriver to remove the plate), great image during the day and total darkness, no issues whatsoever.

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Larry Jones

Location: Tennessee
Date : September 7, 2014

Awesome camera system! We were looking for a surveillance system because of recent neighborhood break-ins. We're on a budget, so we wanted something that would give us immediate coverage without having to wait on the purchase of future components and that is why we picked these IP cameras; they work as stand alone equipment. We ordered the cameras on September 2nd and they were delivered on the 5th. That was fast! We were expecting them to take a week or more with the free delivery and were pleasantly surprised when they came much sooner.
Set up instructions seem a little daunting, but in hindsight they were spot on.
Our particular set up started with connecting the cameras directly to the router with the ethernet cable and going through the "Web Configure". After that we disconnected the ethernet cable, installed a 32GB mini SD card in each camera, and set up WIFI connection with all of our different devices (PC, Ipad, Iphone, 2 Androids). All of them accessed both cameras with no problems at all. Next, we set up email alerts; an email message with a snapshot is sent to my phone every time either camera detects motion. From the time I went to bed last night (11 pm) until this morning at 6 am, I received 176 alerts. The cameras' sensitivity are set to 3 (medium high) and catches everything from the neighbor across the street getting in his car (180' away) to moths flying by. Some of the surprises we saw was two different neighborhood cats visiting our house, a mouse run across our front side-walk, and the sheriff deputy who came to investigate a 911 call hang-up (our 2 year old grand daughter accidentally called 911 on her mom's phone at 4 am this morning, but that's another story for another time, lol).
Installation was pretty quick and easy; I actually installed a dedicated electrical outlet in our garage for one of the cameras, which took twice as long to do than installing the camera itself and the second camera required running an extension cord through the attic (will go back later and install a dedicated electrical outlet in the attic).
Night vision is decent, but we have a yard light on telephone pole and motion activated door lights. I expected to see night vision "white out" when the motion lights came on but that didn't happen. When we install future cameras they will cover the unlighted areas of our yard, then I will be better able to judge the night vision capabilities.
Overall, we're very happy with this product and will definitely be buying more components from Lorex. The only negative is the initial setup of the cameras, but I don't know how Lorex can make the instructions any clearer.

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Location: 46256
Date : September 6, 2014

I bought the 2-Pack LNC226X camera set. I have had them setup for only a week or so and do not have any negatives to point out at this time. They were easy to setup and are performing as advertised. They are what I expected and deliver a very good picture with no interferences or blank outs. The windows computer, ios and android apps work perfectly. The only thing that I have not had a chance to test, and is very important, is the connections to the cameras from a different network other than the one they are connected to. I have them connected to my router via wifi - they can also be connected via ethernet cables.

Five Stars for now.

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mike w

Location: Rosemead, CA
Date : August 28, 2014

This camera pack works well for the most part. The video quality was good. The configuration was a little on the complicated side, but I managed to get the cameras to work. It would be nice if they were designed to use battery rather than AC power. This would eliminate the need to locate power source nearby & would make them totally wireless. Another point I don't particularly like is that the cable coming out of the cameras was kind of short. Finally, I found that the cameras were not as flexible as I hoped them to be in terms of mounting orientation. More specifically, the arm that connects the base to camera unit has holes only on one side allowing the camera to only pivot on one side. In other words, the camera can be oriented to point in any direction only if the base is mounted upside down (e.g. on ceiling or eave) or sideways (e.g. on the wall with camera pointing parallel to the wall). If the base is mounted on the wall with the camera aimed perpendicular to the wall, the camera can only be moved up or down but not left or right.

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Cam crazy

Location: Westminster, Md
Date : August 17, 2014

Ok I purchased two of these cameras. I am currently using four wireless with a Lorex monitor and they are working fine after almost two years. The new HD wireless gave me a world of trouble installing the software. The iphone and ipad took almost all day before I could view the cameras on the ping software. I kept getting a password error and finally I just changed the password again and again. The setup where you press the WPS camera button after providing your wifi password kept failing as well. I thought for sure that the cameras were lemons. Finally I got both cameras installed and viewable but then when trying to set preferences each category kept making me log in and it would only take the admin password although I had reset the password. Then when I tried the notifications it refused to accept password or preferences. The software is pretty bad! Everything is finally set up correctly but I have not placed them outdoors yet. The cameras will be high up on the outside and I'm just not confident enough until they have been in use indoors at different areas for me to gauge whether they will be as dependable as the old cameras. Stay tuned, will do update.

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Location: Toronto
Date : August 11, 2014

Experiencing exactly what Herzberg is describing.

The camera shuts off at night. It just flickers in and out. Its on ~75 feet of ethernet cable.

I figured it out - If i turn the mode manually from Night -> Day - it works! But no IR.

I think(?) it's drawing too much power with the IR lights in night mode to work over POE. This is very poor design to say the least.

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Location: FL
Date : August 3, 2014

The cameras are great but shut down every night.
Some adjustments have to be made but it is unclear what has to be done.
As soon as the light is back, tney work well, again.

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Location: Rancho Cordova, CA
Date : July 23, 2014

I agree with the first reviewer that the connectivity is poor. I currently have four mounted, two are within proximity of my Comcast gateway (modem router), the other two are on the other end of the house and drops signals frequently. In fact, I rarely get acquired with the camera mounted on the far end by the garage. I have found that when the cameras are directly connected to a network via Ethernet cat5 cables, the signals never drops. Unfortunately I don't have the liberty to run cables throughout the house. I was sold on the WiFi wireless aspect of these cameras. Also a note on my farthest camera, I'm currently plugged in directly to a Netgear power line adapter on the interior wall of the garage and this alleviated the signal drop. The image is clear and closest to real time than the other cameras operating wirelessly.IR lumination is very poor at night, even up close.

In closing, the WPS button is a little tough to access if you need to setup your cameras when your network changes or you've replaced your broadband equipment. I can see that the four jeweler screws will get damage in time by removal and installation, not alone being lost during the WPS or physical micro SD card retrieval for downloads if software or camera is compromised. My suggestion is to use a smaller capacity micro SD card so the cameras can overwrite the images more frequently, other wise you'll have tons of files to look over. I'm currently using the max at 32GB. I should have learned this from my LNC216 cameras currently with 32GB as well. I do see a plus side if you're gone from your property for long periods of time i.e. several months.

The Windows/Mac L-view and iPhone Ping software seem pretty stable. The 16 channel software is only applicable to Windows. Recording to your computer seem flawless when I used motion recording. Hopefully Lorex will update software as time goes on. Hmmmm....Check the camreas web page on the features tab, under disclaimers number 2, "Up to 3 devices may connect to the system at the same time" this conflicts with the statement that Lorex advertises "Expandable up to 16 cameras" :-( Lastly, you're banking the entire system on the fact that your internet access (both wired or wireless) will not go down, if this happens, you're pretty much screwed. But, after all, this is a IP system dependent on your network, not a DVR/NVR. I'm not sure if the cameras continue to monitor with SD cards. I'll have to try this for a few hours. May post later with update and change my rating.

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Location: Ocean City, New Jersey
Date : July 17, 2014

We just activated our cameras recently, They were very easy to install and have been great. The resolution and picture quality is wonderful. We have one by our pool and love being able to check on what is going on while we are not home.! The sound is also an added bonus. Overall, the product does what it is supposed to and the price is reasonable. We feel that it rates up there with other professionally purchased and installed systems that we have seen. We have not yet used the recording function...that is our next project. We are planning to purchase another camera soon!

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