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Security cameras and DVR system ECO 4 channel series


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ECO 4-channel security cameras and DVR system

Stay connected with your home or business at a very affordable price using this versatile LH110 security cameras and DVR system. This security solution comes with the exclusive Lorex Easy Connect Internet Setup Wizard to allow universal remote access. Stay connected with what matters, through any compatible smartphone. The cameras can be installed indoors or outdoors. The IR cut filters deliver accurate color reproduction in all lighting conditions, and automatically switch to black and white under low light conditions.

LH110 series compatibility chart

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.

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.

Exclusive LOREX Easy Connect Internet Set-up Wizard

Simple installation process for user convenience.



DVR system:

  • H.264 compression video compressioną
  • Real time recording @ 360 x 240 resolution
  • Pentaplex operation - View, Record, Playback, Back Up & Remotely Control the system simultaneously
  • 24/7 100% Duty cycle hard drive pre-installed


  • Instant Mobile Viewing on compatible Smart phones†
  • Exclusive LOREX Easy Connect Internet Set-up Wizard ˛
  • PC (Microsoft Windows™ 7/Vista/XP) compatible using Internet Explorer® browser
  • Free LOREX DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) for advanced remote connectivity at all times
  • Instant email alerts

Security Cameras:

  • All purpose surveillance cameras with flex mounting
  • IR Cut Filter provides accurate color reproduction in any lighting conditions
  • Night vision range up to 40 ft. (12 m)**
  • Install indoor or outdoors (IP66)***


1. Recording time may vary based on recording resolution & quality, lighting conditions and movement in the scene.
2. Requires a high speed internet connection and a router (not included).
3. PC (Microsoft Windows™ 7/Vista/XP) compatible using Internet Explorer browser. Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6 using Safari browser 5.1.
† Instant Smart Phone Compatibility on iPhone™, Android (version 1.5 & above), Window Mobile (6.0, 6.5), Symbian 3rd & 5th generation phones. Selectable one channel live viewing. Mobile phone data plan is required (not included). Router port forwarding required. For the latest smartphone compatibility list, check as new smart phone models become available in the market.
**IR Illumination range under ideal conditions. Objects at or beyond this range may be partially or completely obscured, depending on the camera application.
***Not intended for submersion in water.










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1 out of 12


Location: Alabama

Great system love it Grate price !!!!!! 😄

2 out of 12


Location: PA

Price vs functions is first rate.
Setup was a breeze.
Remote viewing is the greatest capability of a system in this price range. Being able to view my cameras anywhere, I travel a lot, gives me the peace of mind I need assure my property and family are safe. The motion detection feature is wonderful where I can have a picture sent to my email address and view what is going on, then, I can review the video footage to make sure all is OK.
In retrospect, I should have gone with at least 8 cams for widest coverage. 4 cams does the job on each corner of my house. I would recommend a Lorex system to anyone looking for a system such as this.

3 out of 12


Location: Richmond Hill, Ontario

It's been a good experience, that I could keep in touch with my home without notice, even though at times that I'm far away from home.

If I need technical support, it's always been helpful and solved those issues from time to time, even though the waiting on the phone could be very long sometime

4 out of 12


Excellent system but not for Everyone

Hard wired system. After set up I realize that a wireless would have been easier and better for the job of keeping an eye on my apt. With a rash of robberies in the building (believed to be someone who works or lives here) I decided it was time for a system. Set up wasn't hard but hiding the wires was annoying and a system with cut wires isn't useful.

Over all the system is excellent for the cost of $350. It has features that others don't. BUT it has some drawbacks that made me rate it 3 stars.

One wired limits it and I needed to replace on wire right off. Making me think that normal wear would require replacement of wires in the future.

Two the cameras are quite visible great for prevention but horrible if you are dealing with an actual criminal vs vandal. It makes it easy to spot and disable the unit by cutting the wire or spraying it with paint while keeping their face covered.

Now the great things about it. It has vision is great at night. Picture is clear. DVR has an alert that lets you know when the motion detector is set off. Works for me because my apartment is in a corner of a building and no one but my elderly old neighbor set it off. She doesn't go out much and it's good to know when she is walking because she fell a few years back and was on the floor for 20 minutes before anyone found her. So the alert helps me keep my place safe and lets me watch out for her. I can see the alerts getting annoying in a high traffic area.

The android app lets me watch on my phone. Which honestly is kind of creepy. I went out and came home with my friend Diana and my husband got an alert so he know before the he came home that we were hanging out. Again creepy but I would want to know if someone breaks in while I'm out or tries It gives me the opportunity of calling the cops while I'm out. Keeping us safer.

Now 3 cameras are indoors and I have had to put on outdoors. One wire indoors needed to be replaced. The box said the outdoor camera needs to be protected from snow and rain. Fine if you have a one or two storey building. But I live on the fifth floor... That high with some winds snow and rain goes sideways. No way of protecting the camera with out cutting visibility. Since installation it hasn't snowed and we have only had light rain. It might be cynical of me but I think that camera is probably going to be an issue once we have our north east winter. Making me wonder how outdoors the system is.

So if you live in a house, with cover for the cameras, and are afraid of vandals or dumb crooks and think a system will prevent crime. It is an excellent system.

If you want a system that will alert you of motion so you can call the cops while you are out or on vacation. It's an excellent system.

If it is a back up system that you use with a wireless. It's excellent.

If you want a overall system for crime, in cold areas of the country or apt buildings - pass on it. Go instead for a wireless, smaller camera and tougher weather proof cameras instead. It might be more expensive but it is worth it.

5 out of 12


Location: Caracas, VENEZUELA

Good product

I liked it very much. The optics are fare, and the overall dimensions are good. It has been some time now using it, and I am very happy with it.

6 out of 12


Location: USA

Just Installed

I have this installed by a professional installer and it turned out very well. Except for the extra wires needed and the bigger screws for the camera installation everything came with the order. I have not yet tried the over the INTERNET monitoring although I have set it up to do it. Picture quality is good with adequate light. The night vision range seems to be about 20 to 30 feet from the camera in total darkness.

Overall I give it 4 stars.

7 out of 12


Very Good for the Price

I bought this to use before going on vacation and have been satisfied with the results for the most part. A couple hours for the install, a few minutes to setup the software. It produces a great picture for daytime and a fairly good picture for night-time. I love being able to watch the video feed on my Android Phone from anywhere I am. After a month I did have one camera stop working. I called and faxed in the information to get it replaced. I am awaiting a new camera so I will follow-up on this review once I see how well their customer service is.

8 out of 12


Location: Alaska

Lorex excels

I was pretty skeptical about this bargain cost unit but Lorex has proven themselves once again. The unit has all the features listed, was easy to set up, pretty much used the defaults and is intuitive to use. I have some firewall issues to work out so I haven't set it up for web access yet but having done this with other Lorex units, I believe it will work well.

The cameras are low end, but functional. If I replace them, I will likely look for a higher end camera.

9 out of 12


Location: Tac, Wa

works ok, needs better cameras

I purchased this item after several incidents of dumping in back alley.

- It’s easy to set up and install.

- Works ok both in the day and night. The cameras work but the resolution is not good enough to be able to read license plates.

- The recorder works ok but is a little tricky to find the time you are looking for, it goes in 15 minute increments.

- After purchasing found same system for as much as 100 dollars less elsewhere.

For a basic system I guess it works ok.

10 out of 12


Location: NEW YORK

Lorex security DVR with 4 cameras

Almost bought this same system at PC Richards on sale at $459 but found it at Amazon for $306. Amazon, you’ve done it again. It’s a great system. You get everything you need to set it up and protect your property. Set up motion sensors on the system and the camera only records when it senses motion. All recording is put on a hard disc drive that formats itself when it fills up. You can access any video by date and time right on your monitor or watch it from your computer. You can even watch your home from your cell phone. So many amenities I can’t list them. If you need a security system, this is the one and Amazon is the place to get it from. Always check online for better prices, there's no middleman and from experience, Amazon has the best prices around.

11 out of 12


Location: Huntington Woods, MI USA

Good value, easy to use, good image quality

I've been watching the price of security cameras drop for a while, but the price of this package really caught my attention- the same package is being sold at Costco right now for $50 more! Just a few years ago, a good IR illuminated camera would cost well over $100, and a 4-channel DVR would cost $350 or more- and here we have four cameras and a DVR for less than the price of a DVR alone. So just how good is this package?

Pretty good, actually! I've only got one of the four cameras set up so far, but it works very well. Image quality is good, and the IR illumination provides coverage out to the boundaries of my small suburban lot. Setup is very easy. Plug a VGA video monitor (I happened to have a Hitachi LCD display left over from my last Windows system) into the DVR,, plug in the power and mouse, optionally run a cable to your Internet router, and you're ready to start adding cameras. Each of the four supplied comes with a wall wart power supply, a mount, and 60' of cable, which is probably enough to cover the typical small business or home with careful DVR placement. The cable carries both video AND power, so you can locate your power supplies on a strop alongside the DVR itself- much easier than running two cables, or trying to find power near the camera (although that's an option.) I'd like to mount one camera on the front of my detached garage, which means I'll have to make up a custom cable for that location. I've got a spool of surplus silicone-filled, burial RG-6 that should work, and I can pick up power for the camera in the garage.

My single camera is temporarily mounted out a second-floor window in the back of the house, but I'll be adding the others once I decide where to drill, and where to run the cables. The easiest thing to do would be to put the DVR in the basement, along with all my networking equipment. You'd think having the DVR in the basement would be kind of pointless, but one of the really nice things about this system is that it's networked. You can view the DVR output from any computer on your home network- or if you've got a smartphone, from pretty much anywhere. There's a motion detector built into the DVR that allows you to program it to send you alerts via phone, another very useful feature that used to only be available on high-end systems.

Summary: For the money, there's a lot of hardware here. Time will tell how well it holds up under use, but so far it looks like a good value for the homeowner or small business owner looking for a good video security system that won't break the bank.

12 out of 12


Good middle of the road system

We tested this for about a week, in various situations. The fact that the system has hard-wired cameras meant our testing was limited to a reach within cable distance. For a permanent installation, you can stick these anywhere. They are both outdoor and indoor use.

If you think that you will be able to enjoy split screen use on your PC monitor, it won't happen. This system needs its own monitor. If you hook it up to your PC monitor, you'll have to unhook it to use your monitor for PC use. However, you are able to view as many cameras as you have hooked up (comes with 4) at once, via a quad screen display.

You can access your camera images, live, online (instructions in manual). However in actuality this caused some difficulty. The images would freeze, lag, or otherwise not update, on a pretty regular basis. Hours spent trying to figure out why, left us frustrated. It was the same from our smartphone as it was on a remote computer.


* The recording is crisp and clear, ID'ing someone on the recordings should be easy if necessary

* It works just as well in low/no light as it does in regular lighting

Compared to other cameras we have tested in this price range, this is a great system at a great price, if you don't mind the cons.

This is comparable to a much pricier system we installed at our shop, and in my opinion the video quality and ease of playback on this Lorex system are actually superior.


* Not wireless

* It needs its own monitor

* Online viewing can be spotty and tedious

* I had to buy another cable to work with the system

Overall however we liked this system very much, the quality of the images on this system is better than many higher priced systems, and the ease of playback and finding events was impressive. We will eventually install this system throughout the house and enjoy using it full time.



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