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Wireless cameras with 60ft Night vision (4 Pack)

LW2110 Series digital wireless cameras are easy-to-setup add on wireless cameras for your security systems. The cameras are designed for 24/7 day and night operation and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. FHSS Digital Wireless Technology provides excellent image quality and clarity, while making sure that the signal is secure.



Camera compatibility


Analog DVRs including ECO, Edge and Blackbox Series DVRs
ECO Series
Edge Series
Blackbox Series
D1 & 960H DVRs
Analog DVRs including ECO, Edge and Blackbox Series DVRs
LHV1000 Series
720p HD DVRs
Analog DVRs including ECO, Edge and Blackbox Series DVRs
LNR200 Series
LNR300 Series
1080p netHD NVRs
Analog DVRs including ECO, Edge and Blackbox Series DVRs
LNR100 Series
LNR400 Series
1080p HD NVRs

Model no.: LW2110-4PK

Indoor/Outdoor Applicable

Indoor/Outdoor Applicable

Camera performs both in outdoor and Indoor applications.

Wireless Range

Wireless Range

Wireless operating cameras, no video cable required.

Secured Network

Secured Network

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

Recommended Accessory
Range Extender for LW2110 and LW2175R wireless cameras

Range Extender for LW2110 and LW2175R wireless cameras

Model no.:WL2110KIT

Range Extender for LW2110 & LW2175R wireless camera (Receiver with SMA connector + antenna)

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Reg.  $149.99


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Location: Florida
Date : March 26, 2014

The equipment was easy to hook up and the cameras have an excellent picture. The biggest problem I have is the ability to get the port forwarding to work. I have a summer home that I would like to keep track on but can't because the port forwarding will not connect to my router. The cameras work fine and the recording is working, just can't check on my system from another site as indicated. Called the 800 number but got someone who has difficulty speaking English. Didn't understand anything they were trying to help.

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Location: Hot Springs, AR
Date : November 11, 2013

I've had mine running for about a month. So far, so good. Easy to set up, and the picture is good enough for my needs. I'm still working on the motion part, but with one camera viewing the back yard, I think I'm picking up every time a tree moves with the wind.
I had trouble setting up the wireless, but customer service / tech support was terrific and worked through all my problems. They were VERY helpful and friendly.

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Location: Fort Lauderdale Florida
Date : October 24, 2013

I am very happy with this camera and the entire system. Wireless is not for every house, but it seems to be working for me. It is a little challenging if too many walls are between the DVR and the camera.

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Date : October 9, 2013

Product connected right away without any problems. No connection issues subsequently. I just wish that it had audio!

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Location: New York, NY
Date : October 9, 2013

the video is not really a good quaility. but if you dont care about that and dont wanna or you have difficalty to put wire. you should consider this camera.

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Date : October 7, 2013

I work in my window-less basement and like to have a view of the outside, mostly to see the weather, but also to see delivery trucks and the occasional solicitor (I'm not running upstairs for a solicitor, but if it's a neighbor I will).

So, I've had an analog, 900 MHz camera for the past 6 years. I set a monitor above my desk and I can see it out of the corner of my eye. It's worked OK, but every time a plane flies over, or I move my laptop (near the receiver), or shift in my chair the picture flakes out a bit, like an old TV with rabbit ears. After a while this flakiness becomes annoying (it's hard to ignore because it always looks like something's happening out of the corner of my eye). So, I wanted to try this camera.

The results are... some things better... some things worse:

With the old camera, which had only 420x320 resolution (vs 640x480 in this camera), I could tell which of my neighbors was walking on the sidewalk across the street (50-75 ft away), or which one of the two grandkids (3 years apart in age) next door was running down the street. With this camera, I can clearly see a person, and could probably judge pretty well if the person was a grownup vs a young child. But, I couldn't tell you who the person was because the video quality is not as good.

The new camera is located exactly where the old camera was. It's indoors, facing out of a 2nd floor window at the front of the house. I'm in the basement, also at the front of the house. So, the signal has to travel maybe 25-30 ft, through two floors (I align the antennas to be parallel to each other). This camera reports 4 bars of signal strength.... should be great! Well, I don't get anywhere near 12 frames/second. It's more like 2-4 frames/second. The old camera was close enough to 30 frames/sec to look like true video. At 30 frames/second you can understand the scene much better (the mind combines many frames to discern better detail than resolution alone can provide). I tried the lower resolution setting... it did not help... it was twice as fast, but worse resolution and more blur (or data compression issues). I think this camera might be somewhat out of focus, but this is hard to tell... it might just be because of the slow update rate.

The brightness control also seems a little off. Interesting that their youtube video is from a southern house exposure, so the whole scene is BRIGHT. In this case, the AGC does just fine adjusting the brightness. The manual says that you need to place your camera where the whole scene is at the same brightness. Ummmm, that seems to suggest that you can't use it on a north or east or west facing wall of the house (where there might be big shadow areas). It's not THAT bad, but in my case, when 25% of the scene is in shadow, the bright part of the scene is way too bright, and the darkest parts of the scene are black (so, grays in the scene look fine, and whites and blacks don't show well.... for those geeks out there: it's like the dynamic range is not all that good).

But, the good news is that there is no flicker to the picture. Any frame that is shown looks as expected... no distortion. So, I think you either lose a frame update or get a perfect transmission of the frame. I can walk around my room, move my laptop, move the receiver, NO DISTORTION. And, the color is great.

Overall, for me, I think I'lll keep the camera. I can't discern my neighbors, but I can tell the weather, see a delivery truck, and hopefully be able to discern a solicitor vs neighbor as they walk up my driveway. Recently, I covered the LED lights (but not the light sensor) so that it will work (as well as it can) at night (I'm looking through a window so I can't have the LEDs blasting a light that will reflect off the window). Being an engineer, I may eventually dig into the camera and see if I can focus this a little better (probably a tricky and very risky process of adjusting the distance between lens and sensor).

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Date : October 7, 2013

I bougtht the complete system with these camera's. These camera's did a great job until it rained. After it started raining they were useless. Both shut down and disconnected and never worked again. When I had a chance to take them off the poles they were on then one of them was half full of water and the other had gotten enough water in it to mess it up too. So don't buy these if you are going to use them outside. I'm going to contact where I bought them and see what they will do but I'm doubting getting any help.

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Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date : October 2, 2013

System was easy to install and clarity was okay. Only problem was one camera did not function at all straight out of the box, but contacted Tech Support and they authorized the return. It's just a hassle because now the technician has to come back to install the replacement when it gets here. Also, two other cameras from the second system purchased for a friend keep locking up at night. Am still waiting for a response on what to do to fix this situation.

Would still recommend Lorex to someone else.

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Location: flint, michigan
Date : September 7, 2013

The cameras lw2275 were very to installation and setup. So of the other thing about the system wasn't easy. No one told me you had to hard wire the internet to the dvr. But the system overall is just what I was looking for.

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Location: Brandenton, FL
Date : August 20, 2013

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This camera gives a bright, clear picture until the sun sets. The screen then goes grey. It does create a jumpy slow motion vehicle when one comes into view. Great for seeing what is happening though, wherever it is pointed.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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Date : August 6, 2013

Outdoor camera, with indoor plug, and only a few ft cable, kinda dum. WiFi is great, but u still have a cable! Image color is great, quality is decent, price is good.

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Location: Capitol Heights, MD
Date : July 28, 2013

Cameras and Wireless receiver are plug and play easy to set up. The cameras resolution can be adjusted has good quality for wireless cameras. These are the best set of wireless cameras I have brought so far.signal strength does not drop as often if any. Lorex customer service and product Support is excellent had to get a DVR replace no problems.

I would recommend this to a friend.

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Location: sc
Date : July 26, 2013

just recieved items, bought as reconditioned but items arrived in new boxes so to my benefit. so far items are great and fast processing and shipping. have used lorex prior with great results. this is a new system to install with dvr.

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Date : July 22, 2013

We installed this camera above our front door due to break ins in the area (and Crazy Neighbors). We could see a lot of stuff that went on at night, and the night vision is pretty good. I purchased it because I thought is was going to be wireless, but you have to plug the camera in for it to work. Luckily we have a plug right underneath where we wanted it. I would buy another one if I had too. The only other thing I need is a DVR or some way to stream on my computer.

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Location: Canada
Date : July 13, 2013

The most useless piece of hardware ever bought. Unless you are setting up these cameras in an open space with no wall what so ever in between the receiver and the cameras they are useless, i got less than 100ft


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