FREE SHIPPING on orders over $3.99
 
 
 
 
New Product

Additional images:

Wireless range extender antenna

Wireless range extender antenna

ACCANTD9

4.6 ( 41 reviews )
Write a Review

Reg.$79.99

$69.99

You Save: $10.00  (12.5%)
In Stock
Quantity :
  • Orders ship within 24 hours
  • 30 Day Money back guarantee
  • 1 Year Full Warranty

Overview

2.4GHz directional wireless panel antenna range extender

Use the ACCANTD9, 2.4GHz Directional Wireless Panel Antenna, to focus a wireless signal onto one specific camera in order to increase range of transmission (clear line-of-sight between the camera and the antenna is required).

Range Extender for wireless cameras

Model no.: ACCANTD9

Recommended Accessory
Wireless camera with audio

Wireless camera with audio

Model no.:LW2275

Digital Indoor/outdoor wireless security camera with audio

In Stock

Reg.  $199.99

$149.99

Features

Includes:

  • 1 x Panel Antenna
  • 1 x Mount
  • 2 x Screws
  • 2 x Anchors
  • 1 x 20 ft. (6 m) Antenna Extension Cable
Recommended Accessory
Wireless camera with audio

Wireless camera with audio

Model no.:LW2275

Digital Indoor/outdoor wireless security camera with audio

In Stock

Reg.  $199.99

$149.99

Reviews

Help other customers make decisions about this product... tell us what you think!

You will be required to have an account with Lorex to provide a review... You can see your approved reviews in your "My Lorex Account" section.

Review & Rate this Product

Review & Rate this Product

Required information


Tip!Rate this product by sweeping your mouse over the stars below. *

 

Cancel Submit
41 Reviews & Ratings
(32)
(6)
(1)
(0)
(2)
sort by :  Results: 1-15 of 41

Andy

Location: honesdale, pa.
Date : June 9, 2015

The cameras work great

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (0) No (0)

retiredcat

Location: West Coast Florida
Date : May 29, 2015

After doing some remodel work on my old aluminum sided/roofed mobile home, two of my cameras (series LW2700 & LW2900) lost their signals; both are about 40 feet from the monitor and located under large trees. I bought one ACCANTD9 extender antenna to see if it would correct the probelm and the new signal is amazing; ranging from 3-4 bars most of the time. I'm ordering a second ACCANTD9 now. The extender is very easy to install and does the trick even for this "old beer can laying in the Florida sun".

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (2) No (0)

MadMike56

Location: Independence MO
Date : May 25, 2015

We were receiving a weak signal from one of our cameras and with the addition of the range extender antenna the reception was greatly improved. Well worth the money!

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (0)

Aaliyah_2080

Location: Houston
Date : April 24, 2015

The extender works awesome, would definitely recommend!

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (0)

Location: Upstate SC
Date : March 18, 2015

I purchased two LOREX security surveillance systems in November of 2014, shortly after my home property was burglarized. One system (LH11453, 4-channel DVR with 4 wired cameras) I set up in my Virginia rental and, except for an original faulty power supply, it has been flawless (LOREX had my replacement power supply to me within 10 days). The other unit (LWL304-4PK, 16-channel DVR with 4 wired cameras and 4 wireless cameras), I installed in late December at my home in SC. After completing the site-plan and camouflage, cover, and concealment (it took a few days because of the complexity of deciding on camera placement, building and painting camera housings, as well as subsequent running of power to the camera posts, elevated 11-12 ft), we were able to focus on operational set-up. The actual set-up to operation time (running wired camera wires thru the attic and hooking up power to distant-end wireless cameras) was about a day. When we powered up the DVR, all 4 wired cameras came up. As far as the wireless cameras (LH-2281s), 1 wireless camera, located approximately 150+ ft from the house with good line-of-sight (LOS) thru a window in the den, coming up 5X5 (4 bars); 2 other wireless cameras, one located 250+ ft from the house and the other 100+ ft from the house, were coming back with intermittent comms (1-3 bars), while the remaining camera, located 250+ ft away was getting bouncing between an intermittent signal and no signal (0-1 bar). Once we assessed this was likely due to the lack of a clear LOS between the receivers and the elevated post cameras (likely given to the fact that due to short cord length on original receivers/antennas and limited mobility for adjusting look angles). At this point, we decided that I would look at obtaining the directional panel antenna (ACCANTD9) and utilizing the additional 20 ft of cord to move the actual point of reception for the signals from those cameras up into the attic to achieve 1) less “clutter” between the receivers and the cameras and 2) get a more precise look angle for the panel antenna facing. I ordered 4 ACCANTD9s in January 2015 and installed during a weekend trip to my home. In order to achieve the best consistent look angle for the flat panel antennas, we used 3 2”X4”X12” wood blocks and attached the mounting brackets to the wood block (lengthwise) attaching 2 nails at the top and 1 at the bottom of the wood block, so that once the antenna panel was mounted to the bracket, the wood blocks were suspended from a nail in the attic rafter, using high-tensile kite string and using the top two nails as the hang points, with the single nail at the base of the wood block tied off to manipulate the direction, declination and look-angle for the panel antenna as juxtaposed to the location of the designated wireless cameras outside (essentially derived from the concept of the “suspension antenna”, similar to setting up mobile comms in the field by using trees or some other devices to achieve increased elevation from the ground/base station in order to obtain clear LOS/positive look angle for maximum Xmit/Rcv). The effect was phenomenal! All 3 of the remaining wireless cameras are receiving 4 bars now without fail. We are currently planning to order 4 more LH-2281 wireless cameras (keeping 2 in reserve and using the other 2 to complete the coverage of my 6+ acre property) as well as 4 more ACCANTD9s (keeping 3 in reserve and using the remaining ACCANTD9s to boost signal reception of the 2 new distant end wireless cameras. I know it sounds like a lot of work, but if you are going to the trouble to spend money and time to get a security & surveillance system, you might as well do it right the first time and maximize your investment. One thing I have learned from my time in the military; proper planning and problem solving + attention to detail + quality products = superior performance! You get out of it what you put into it! Ordering again soon! Thanks LOREX!

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (6) No (0)

Location: Newark,NJ
Date : March 18, 2015

Let me start off by saying that I had purchased this range extender and it did not increase my range at all so I called Lorex customer support and they were really friendly so I mentioned to them my situation that the range extender did not work for me so they insisted on sending me a replacement one because maybe it was defective so they did I received it very quickly via UPS and plugged it in and WOW it works beautifully I now get 2 to 3 bars of range to where I was getting 0 all the time thank you Lorex for all your help I truly recommend this range extender to anyone who is looking to extend the range on their wireless cameras the one thing I can say to anyone is to screw the one end of the range extender wire directly to the camera where the antenna is just remove the antenna and screw in the wire directly and you will see a difference thanks again Lorex

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (4) No (0)

Location: MIssissauga, Ontario
Date : March 9, 2015

One of the cameras that had to go across several walls to the end of garage had 0-1 bar. The range extender helped some. I was hoping for more but can't complain since I am getting 2 bars, that at least gives me a constant signal. At least I have a functioning camera.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (5) No (0)

Location: Kansas
Date : March 8, 2015

Very happy with the product. Improved my long range signals and intermittent ones. Plan to buy more for additional cameras.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (0)

Location: Colorado Springs
Date : March 8, 2015

I installed an external camera where the signal had to go through a roof, and three walls. The distance was approximately 65 feet. Normally the camera stayed connected but would drop out on a daily basis for a period of time.

To resolve this, I purchased the vertical Wireless range extender antenna and after making sure that the cable to the camera was tight, this solved most of the problem. To finish the resolution I purchased the ACCANTD9 wireless range extender and that completely resolved the issue. Both antenna are well worth the money for the results achieved.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (0)

Location: Hubert, NC
Date : March 8, 2015

I bought the extender antenna to work on a camera other than what it was designed for. I have the lw-2232 wireless camera systems. I knew when I bought the extender antenna I would have to make a pin for the connector as it is designed to fit to the receiver. Because it was designed for the receiver it had a female connector installed at the factory. Once I fabricated the pin to turn the connector from a female to male connector it matched up to the camera and works like a charm.

I would recommend Lorex make an adapter to allow the antenna cable to be connected to either the antenna or receiver.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (2) No (0)

Location: Wiarton
Date : February 20, 2015

I purchased 2 of the Wireless range Extender Antenna ACCANTD9 and installed them and they work awesome. Before I had purchased them my wireless camera's would go in and out of range. Very happy with the product.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (0) No (2)

Lastpi

Location: Bonita, CA
Date : February 8, 2015

I purchased and installed the wireless range extender antenna ACCANTD9. It helped a little, but I still do not get the reception I has with the previous camera.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (0)

jross

Location: Woodbridge, VA
Date : January 12, 2015

Installed ACCANTD9 on 4ea cameras that came with the Outdoor wireless camera system Model no.: LWLH314-3PK. I now have all 4 bars on 3 cameras; the reaming camera has two to three intermittently because of the location. I am ordering a 2.4 GHz Omni-Directional Antenna to attach to the receiver to help boost the strength and range of this one since it is in a bad location. It is mounted in a far corner outside the garage and the signal must go through a number of walls.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (5) No (0)

Cattle Lady

Location: Kansas
Date : January 6, 2015

Installed this on one camera that came with the LW2932. Have all bars on that camera, and it also seems to work on the other camera too. I use it in the barn when I have a cow that is ready to calve. The barn is approximately 180 feet from the house and now I have no problem with a signal. It would be nice if the cord was a little longer-an extra 5 feet. It was easy to install and mount on the wall.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (5) No (0)

Jen

Location: Illinois
Date : December 30, 2014

I bought this extender for one of our cameras that suddenly became out of range. I realized that the 20' cord was too short once I took it out of the box.

Was this helpful?

Was this helpful? Yes (1) No (6)
sort by :  Results: 1-15 of 41

Downloads

Accessories

Consider these accessories

Wireless camera with audio

Wireless camera with audio

Model no.:LW2275

In Stock

$149.99

Reg.  $199.99

Add-on wireless security camera

Add-on wireless security camera

Model no.:LW2201AC1

Reg. 

Omni-directional wireless range extender antenna

Omni-directional wireless range extender antenna

Model no.:ACCANTO8

In Stock

$69.99

Reg.  $99.99

Recommended Accessory
Wireless camera with audio

Wireless camera with audio

Model no.:LW2275

Digital Indoor/outdoor wireless security camera with audio

In Stock

Reg.  $199.99

$149.99

Products to consider Compare up to 3 selected items
Wireless camera with audio

Wireless camera with audio

Model No: LW2275

Reg.  $199.99

$149.99

Omni-directional wireless range extender antenna

Omni-directional wireless range extender antenna

Model No: ACCANTO8

Reg.  $99.99

$69.99

Recently Viewed Products

Wireless range extender antenna
Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on YouTube!Follow us on Twitter!Follow us on Google Plus!Follow us on Pinterest!