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Night vision wireless cameras


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Wireless cameras Lorex LW2110 series

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.

Wireless Range

Wireless operating cameras, no video cable required.

Secured Network

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

Indoor/Outdoor Applicable

Camera performs both in outdoor and Indoor applications.



Digital Wireless Cameras:

  • VGA (640x480) resolution wireless camera
  • Night vision for viewing in complete darkness
  • Weatherproof 4 housing ideal for indoor/outdoor use
  • 3D-flex stand offers flexible camera positioning

Digital Wireless General Features:

  • FHSS Digital Wireless Technology provides excellent image quality and clarity
  • Built-in auto-mechanical infrared camera filter achieves accurate color reproduction in varying lighting conditions
  • Simple installation. No video cable required1
  • Connect multiple receivers to your surveillance recorder (DVR) to create a wireless surveillance solution2
  • Easily connects to a TV/Monitor (RCA) or DVR (BNC)
  • Night viewing up to 60ft (18m)3
  • Install camera indoors or outdoors4
  • Up to 150ft (46m) indoor / 450ft (137m) outdoor wireless range5

Wireless Receiver:

  • Connects directly to the back of a DVR for a clean installation2
  • High gain antenna ensures improved long distance operation
  • View in VGA resolution for high quality video or CIF for real time observation
  • Safety warning feature notifies you when the camera is out of range


1. Camera requires a wired connection to a power outlet. Power adapter included.
2. Using multiple receivers in close proximity to each other may cause a slight slowdown in frame rate performance. Try to maintain at least a few inches of space between each receiver. 3ft extension cable included.
3. Stated IR Illumination range is based on ideal conditions. Actual range and image clarity depends on installation location, viewing area and light reflection/absorption level of object.
4. Not intended for submersion in water. Installation in a sheltered area recommended.
5. Maximum wireless transmission range. Actual range dependent upon building materials and other obstructions in path of wireless signal.










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2 out of 93


Location: South Carolina

After a few more calls, Lorex says it was a customer service mix up. Made good and got new camera.

3 out of 93


Location: South Carolina

Purchased the D3316000 DVR package which included four LW2110 wireless cameras. Installed 1/1/15. Worked as advertised, was pleased for price.

2/26/15 First camera lost connectivity. Tried paring and still nothing. Called Lorex and they have issued a Return for a faulty camera. Will update after I go through process. Rate might go up or down, we will see.

4 out of 93


Location: BC Canada

This is my 3rd bad camera. This one came with water in it. Because of frustration and being tired of going up and down the ladder over 3 months, I drilled a small pin hole in the plastic lense to let the water out. It worked but the camera failed 3 days later. Now Lorex admits that they sent out a bunch of cameras with water in them but won't replace this camera because I drilled the 1/16" hole in the plastic lense to let the water out. ALL I WANTED WAS CAMERA THAT WORKED. My other wireless camera works but only has a range of about 50 feet in direct site.

5 out of 93


Location: Ohio

Easy to hook up. I got 3 bars of 4 90 ft away thru two cinder block walls in the basement to the out door garage. Happy, the price was good.

6 out of 93


Location: Lake

Worked great over 100 feet good signal and out door. Then filled with water now inop.
Will need to check on waranty coverage?

7 out of 93


Location: Murfreesborxo, TN

Easy to set up and connect to DVR.
Video quality fair. Difficult to identify anyone unless near the camera. In bright sunshine lots of glare from white house siding.
Installed first camera on carport about 40 ft from DVR with no problem but second camera on front of house would not connect although only about 30 ft away (could be because of aluminum siding on house?). Tried a camera in my shop about 75 yds away and was able to connect when I placed the camera in a window.
Will probably try to buy better quality camera if I expand the system.

8 out of 93


Location: Williams Lake BC Canada

As I wrote before, these cameras have a very poor rang , especially considering the price.
I was unable to connect - direct line of sight -60 feet - through a window with metallic venetian blinds UNTILL I formed a "C" shaped reflector around the receiver. Either it helped "collect" the signal or stopped interference. I now have 4-5 bars.
The other problem I had was that the second camera wouldn't go through 2 interior walls and connect. I was about to give up when I tried a piece of Coax (RG 6 or better) left over from a internet satellite setup. I connected the coax (50 feet) to the DVR and the small receiver to the other end - I had ac power nearby- just outside the end of my house. I placed the 2nd camera on top of a old satellite post about 30 feet away aimed at the house. Again 4-5 bars.
These cameras should have a better range by using a different frequency or ? But at least I got them top do what I wanted with a few simple modifications to their installation.
I hope this might help someone else.

9 out of 93


I use this item for outside security servalence and it is very clear. The only issue I am having is with reception to the DVR for all cameras. A couple of the cameras blink on and off but that is an issue with the wireless antenna reception that I am working on. Overall I am very satisfied with the cameras.

10 out of 93


Location: Easton MD

DVR Monitor LH148501 is easy to set up and offers smooth picture rate per minute. The DVR unit coupled with Monitor L24LE10B is an excellent choice as both units complement each other. Even with five cameras (LW2281 and/or LW2275) image is excellent day or night. This is one camera more than recommended by LOREX, however all 5 camera?s produce clear images.
LOREX without hesitation shipped a new monitor and camera after it was discovered within 30 day window that original one shipped were defective. Good response and great PR for LOREX.
Tech support wait time is too long and if one calls close to 8 PM (Tech Support closing time) no courtesy notification to call back next day. Tech Support especially Senior Tech support staff are very knowledgeable in IPhone set up or other remote monitoring issues.

11 out of 93


Location: Idaho

I am utilizing this camera as an outside camera. Works beautiful as described. Weather where I live gets down to -25 degrees sometimes. Although it has not been that cold since installed we will see what happens this winter. Since installed I have had not one issue. I would recommend this camera.

12 out of 93


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

13 out of 93


Location: New York, NY

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.

14 out of 93


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).

15 out of 93


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.

16 out of 93


Seems like a nice deal, I'm not a total high tech security needs type a guy so I'm not an expert at all. All I had to do was open the box, grab my screw gun and ladder, put the camera up in the corner of my house, plug it in, plug the little antenna into a yellow plug in the back of my tv, plug it in, turn the tv on and switch it to the yellow plug to show on the screen, BAM... full color pic of my car in the drive way and a very clear shot for about 100 yards or 300 feet clear enough to see some one walking at 300 feet and clear enough to make out a face up to 45 50 feet. At night the light works very very well to see every thing very clear for about 50 feet maybe more but it fade quick past that. It's under my eve so it stays dry but seems to work fine in the rain and wind no fogging no problems. Like I said, is a great camera for what I use it for.

17 out of 93


Location: Brandenton, FL

Product information

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

18 out of 93


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.

19 out of 93


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.

20 out of 93


Install the camera with 3 screws and plug it into an outlet. Hook up the receiver to your TV, Computer or DVR, plug it into an outlet and you are done!

I have mine installed 75 feet away and I have no problem with the wireless connection. Night vision is not that great, then again I'm using it to monitor a large area. I'm sure it's great within 10 feet. If I knew it was this easy, I would have bought a few of these with a DVR and have myself a complete surveillance system without the wires. Are there better cameras with higher resolutions? Sure, but you will pay a lot more for them. I give it 4 stars for my needs.

21 out of 93


Location: South Jersey

It's working good so far wich I expected since I have a set of 4 at my home that have worked fine for 3 years now. I recommend this product to anyone looking for a reliable fast easy install security weatherproof camera.


South Jersey

22 out of 93


The cameras were nice, and worked with the DVR kit. I ended up returning them but not because of the cameras, rather because I was not able to use the DVR kit as intended. I would get these again should I setup a security system.

23 out of 93


Perfect worked for our needs. We will be order three more cameras from the same vendor to increase the security and the price was excellent. Thanks

24 out of 93


Love the camera and the range of the wireless. Wish the electrical connection was more user friendly. This is an outdoor camera with an indoor plug. Had to add plug a plug-in @ every location. Two bare wires would be more pratical.

25 out of 93


Love the wireless capability. It works great and fits well on the places I put them I just hope no one can intercept my connection and see what I see :)

26 out of 93


Location: Indiana

Lorex makes some of the best wireless security cameras available. They do not interfere with other wireless products (i.e. internet, wireless phones, wireless doorbells etc.) They are easy to set up and use. The only reason I rated this 4 starts is that it does not have the night infrared distance available in their pricier lines of cameras, but use them in areas requiring shorter distances and you will not be disappointed.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

27 out of 93


Location: Chicago, IL

little bit expensive, but the maximum of 30 frames of picture is good enough for monitoring. motion detector is working fine. this model does not come with audio channel.

28 out of 93


It gives a good clear image over the distance I need [150 feet]. It was easy to set up. It also gives the signal strength.

29 out of 93


Location: Arlington, VA

Easy to install, is like as shown in the web, technical specifications match as shown. I would recommend this product.

30 out of 93


Location: Arlington, VA

Easy to install, is like as shown in the web, technical specifications match as shown. I would recommend this product.

31 out of 93


Right out of the box, this worked like a champ! I was surprised that it was so "plug and play", expecially having read others claims that it was so difficult. The range is great, too! We have the furthest camera about 300 feet from the base with no problems at all.

32 out of 93


Location: Toronto, ON

I purchased four cameras and a DVR. The cameras work well during the day. I'm not very impressed by the night vision but the problems I encountered may be caused by a street lamp down the road. Closer images are clear but about 25 to 30 ft away becomes greyed out. Cameras mounted inside and pointed out show absolutely nothing at night - and at least one of the two rooms is very dark.

The biggest issue I have, and the reason I will be returning the unit if a solution cannot be provided to me soon, is the interference with my WIFI. As soon as the cameras are turned on, my WIFI goes out. Not only that, my router becomes overloaded with data which knocks out my internet access. To solve the problem I must turn off the cameras and reboot the router.

A warning should be included about this. I see from at least one other review, that this is not a new problem.

33 out of 93


Location: Naples, FL

Better than expected

Great picture and range. Occasional signal drop over a long a distance through a concrete wall, but overall very good signal.

34 out of 93


Good camera for the price!

I already had a few of the wired cameras, but I wanted to try one of the wireless cameras. It's easy to set up. Just screw the base in wherever you want, and plug in the electrical adapter. It is a little slower than the wired cameras, but still pretty clear. It's an option that may or may not work for you, but I think it's definitely worth it.

35 out of 93



on the large side of cameras but very clear quality and good night vision, easy sync for base and cam

36 out of 93


I already had a few of the wired cameras, but I wanted to try one of the wireless cameras. It's easy to set up. Just screw the base in wherever you want, and plug in the electrical adapter. It is a little slower than the wired cameras, but still pretty clear. It's an option that may or may not work for you, but I think it's definitely worth it.

37 out of 93


Have an existing Lorex system, needed a new camara. Ordered this, arrived in 4 days, plugged it in and it worked great. Fast shippiing, easy and just as described. Great experience. thank you.

38 out of 93


Location: Uniondale, NY

for the price and what the camera can do, it's great. i also have the higher model and it records at a faster frame rate. for less than half the price, this camera works great

39 out of 93


Location: denver,CO

i put it watching my drive way in front of siding the receiver on the other side of the brick n steel sided house have great picture no problems

40 out of 93


Location: Martinez, ca

I am veryl pleased with the product and the most timely delivery.

41 out of 93


Very nice Camera, easy to install and very clear picture

42 out of 93


Location: Miami Fl

I use these cameras in my house

43 out of 93


Location: Boston, MA

Fantastic! No complaints at all.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

44 out of 93


Equipment arried, set-up in a blink of an eye and camera very good day or night. So easy to use, set-up.

45 out of 93


easy to set up, so long as you can install an electrical outlet within 6' of where you want to put it. nice picture and good range for the price. resolution is not quite good enough to read a license plate but can make out faces well.

46 out of 93


Great Camera for the Price

Good detail both day and night. Clear picture. Easy to mount and install to DVR.

47 out of 93


Good camera

My best camera out of four different types. Great IR range, a little too bright at night for indoor use, but easily remedied by covering some of the LEDs. Plan to buy another or two.

48 out of 93



Bought on a whim. Looking for night critters in my yard. Ran camera on 3cell Lithium Poly battery-12.2V. Walked around the yard and RF signal seemed weak. IR range is great. Planning to set up a DVD recording trigger (using X10 sensor). May need to keep receiver closer than I planned.

49 out of 93


Location: Louisville, TN

Security Camera

I monitor people coming and going from the front of my home this includes autos. It works at night time. The picture is clear enough for me but could be better.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

50 out of 93


Location: Plano, Texas.

Wireless Digital Security Camera System

Plug and play. Very little interference.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

51 out of 93


Location: Lafayette, LA

Worry Free when away...                  

We have our Lorex system mounted both inside and outside of our home. The quality of the video is really good and it's very user friendly. I ran electrical outlets in our attic in a few different places so I would have a power supply for each of the cameras mounted outside (following local codes) and they have held up well through some really strong storms. It was pretty simple to also set-up the Internet service so we can view the cameras online as well. This also allows us to back-up any portion of the video from a foreign PC or laptop.

The night vision is great, but the IR lights glow like a stove-top when you look directly at the cameras. LOL!

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

52 out of 93


Location: Fontanca, CA

Good technical support                                    

I bought the initial 2 wireless cameras with 4 channel DVR package novemmber 2011, through Loex Technologies. With the good technical support, I am able to view my home remotely using my android phone. Excellent color and infrared at night. I decided to buy extra two 2100 Lorex cameras from Costco to use the extra two channels on the DVR. That pair has problems. The one inside the home records but it is stuck on infrared black and white mode both night and day, no color. The one I installed outdoors functioned for three weeks only. It is no longer transmitting. On the screen you see the word "Connecting" for that channel. There are no "bars" for the transmission.

53 out of 93


Location: TX.

Wireless camera

Purchased 4 wireless and 2 wired cameras. Had problems with one wireless and LOREX replaced without any hassle.

54 out of 93


Location: Anderson, SC

Exactly what I needed

I was able to rely on an excellent sales/technical team at Lorex and get the system that fit my needs. Product, price, and service (then and now) could you really ask for more?

55 out of 93


Good camera

I have been using these cameras for almost a year monitoring a remote location. They work fine unless you mount them too far away from the DVR. Then they disconnect and often won't reconnect. In my case, the range seems to be about 50 feet or less if there are a lot of walls between the camera and the DVR. Of course, you also need to be able to run a 12V power supply to the cameras.

For distant placements, I'm switching to wired Lorex cameras.

56 out of 93


Location: Indiana on a Hobby farm


The LW2110 wireless cameras were added to our 19LW system. The cameras are located inside and out around our farm house. I believe I'm going to need a range booster for the outside wireless camera as its reception at 50 yards is not adequate. Inside, the wireless camera goes right through the walls for excellent reception

57 out of 93


Location: California

LW2110 review

Image quality is nice and stable if you have strong signal. If signal is lesser, then there is some distortion and dropout.

Occasionally, camera will indicate "connecting" and can only be resolved by power cycling the camera.

I have camera initially connected to TV, but later have moved it to a DVR.

I would like to see the camera have a wider angle of view.

58 out of 93


Location: ELGIN, ILL.

Great wireless system

I use this wireless system for home, love the fact you can simply look at the Cameras thru the web!  I have a four camera system now and plan on buying four more wireless cameras to a total of 8-Cameras. Great night vision too.

I give this system an AAA++++.

Thanks Lorex. :-)

59 out of 93


Location: Union County, NJ

Great purchase

Easy to install, just needed someone to coordinate location and distance to cameras and main unit. Customer service helpful, they would call back if you left a message on voice mail.

60 out of 93


Location: Brockton MA

Best thing we did

We are very pleased with this purchase. There is only one thing since it is wireless the camera do tend to lose connection from time to time we just have to unplug them and and reconnect them and then they reset. Everything goes back to normal.

61 out of 93


Location: Lancaster, CA

Great Daylight Cameras

The LW2110s work very well in daylight but at dusk they switch to black and white which has bright spots that cause blurring unlike the Lorex LW2710 setup we already have. Overall we are satisfied with them but if we could have sound included in this price range, they would be Great.

62 out of 93


Location: Phoenix, AZ

Wireless LW2110 camera

The price was right on this camera. Not sure if there is a series that offers a wider angle view or higher definition in wireless. I would definitely want better clarity. But for the price, easy set up and operation.

63 out of 93


Location: Kansas City

Great Camera

Works great. Easy Setup. We are pleased with how this camera works.

I would recommend this to a friend!

64 out of 93



This is one of the best home security there is. Live or recorded or saved you choose and in color too.

65 out of 93


Location: North Carolina

O.K. for the price                   

Not a true outdoor camera and when they say max range "line of sight" they mean it. No windows, trees, glass, brick, wood, or drywall. If these barriers are in the way they will substantially reduce the signal. Best use is inside close to receivers. I am using these cameras under soffits or some kind of shelter right next to the receivers otherwise they will get moisture in them and fog up the lens. The software is pretty good and allows multiple permutations with regard to communication off site, movement and sensing options. They just need better/sharper image cameras that are moisture resistant. Night vision is better than most. I am happy with that.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

66 out of 93


Quality product

This is a great product. I mean quality and price. The only thing I would like is the camera have a dial for wide and zoom views. I will purchase a second.

67 out of 93


Location: IL

Nice System                         

Bought system to be used for surveillance on farm.(Barn to house, 250ft) Works as described. The range is very good if you have line of sight. Range is ok through anything but metal. I don't think this system would work at all even with short distance if you have a metal barrier. But it's wireless, and [$], so it can't be a commercial grade wired system. All in all, if you want an economy system, and are not worried about specific details, this is it.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

68 out of 93



Great camera. Easy set up, connection and installation. Great night vision and online monitoring. Perfect for the not-so computer savvy.

I would recommend this to a friend!

69 out of 93


Location: Tacoma, WA United States

Security Camera

This camera is easy to use and set up, and believe me, I'm not good with stuff like that. It's plug and play and wireless and you can connect it directly to your TV, monitor, or a surveillance recorder.

The resolution isn't great, but I guess I'd expect that from a security camera. It covers a good amount of area and the night vision works well.

It comes with 2 power adapters, a BNC female / RCA male adapter, 3ft BNC extension cable, Quick Start Guide, Instruction Manual,Mounting Kit, 1-Year Warranty and toll-free technical support (with product registration).

Overall, this is user friendly and pretty cool.

70 out of 93


Works fine but don't breathe on it!

This camera works fine. I have it in my barn, which is about 200 ft as the crow flies from the TV, which is in the center of the house. I moved the receiver around a bit and the reception is fine. I think that if the TV were any deeper into the house (if there were more house between the camera and the receiver), there would probably be a reception issue. The reason I gave this 4 stars is because, although it does EXACTLY what I bought it to do, I have never seen a more brittle electronic product. If you aren't paying close attention to what you're doing and just grab one of the antennas to tip it up into place, it will break off in your hand. No kidding--very, very brittle. And this is an indoor/outdoor camera! If I were to buy another one, I'd also make sure it was one that has a microphone built in. But this product does do the job and was the right price for me.

71 out of 93


game watcher

WORKS GREAT. Hours of fun watching animals at night.Unit has great range,and really lights up the night, very easy to set up.

72 out of 93


A Great Camera

This camera is very clear and is very easy to set up. You do not have to go through any complicated procedure to set up a channel between the camera and the receiver, it does it automatically without interfering with the other cameras. It is a very good choice.

73 out of 93


Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Basic security cam works well for intended purpose...

Overall this camera is very user friendly. Being wireless, it was very simple to set up - plug in the camera power, plug in the receiver and hook up your video.

Just in case there's any doubt, this is a security cam so there is NO SOUND.

There are two settings - a low res/high refresh (320x240 30FPS. Resolution is slightly worse than the traditional TV quality) and a high res/low refresh (640x480 12FPS) which is closer to DVD resolution, but a bit jerky. I'd think most people would want the second setting. There's a not so easy to see button on the receiver that controls this setting.

Night vision is very good - apparently the cheaper security cameras don't use a IR filter and consequently colors and highlights look very unusual. The Lorex corrects for this (color correct in daylight) and still gives very good low light visibility (B/W images). Box states 60 feet - I haven't confirmed, but I could easily see 35 feet (to the end of our driveway

Field of view is wide so while I get a great view of our entire 2 car driveway pad, by the time you get to the end of the driveway a person's face is pretty small. Field of view is stated as 38 degrees.

The output on the receiver is strictly BNC/RCA connector for VCRs or some DVR's. In hindsight I would have liked something a bit more computer oriented but that's not an issue with this particular device - just think ahead on how you plan to use it.

74 out of 93


Location: San Antonio


Better than expected. Image is pretty clear in daylight. Image OK (not great) with IR turned on. Extremely simple to install. No drilling or attic work required. I use this camera to augment my wired cameras. Note that a power source outlet is needed either indoors or outdoors to operate the camera. The receiving antenna also needs a power source. The antenna output either plugs directly into the video in on your television or goes into an open channel on a DVR. The camera is a good buy considering the convenience and fairly decent image quality. Image resolution is user selectable at 640/480 or 320/240 my simply pressing a button on the receiving antenna. The actual camera is smaller than it appears. It can be mounted near a power outlet or simply stood up on a flat surface.

75 out of 93


Lorex Camera

I purchased this camera as an add-on to a Lorex system to get a camera view of a property being subjected to break-ins. I successfully caught images of the suspects. I was disappointed in the range of the camera but was pleased with the overall operation of the camera. The receiver for the camera had to be suspended from the ceiling of the garage to receive the tranmissions through a window as the signal from the camera would not pass through the brick wall of the garage.

76 out of 93


Location: Tarpon Springs, FL, USA

Entry Level, User Friendly, Great for watching pets

We installed this system inside our home to watch golden retriever dogs that we foster for a rescue association. We need to know how the dogs are reacting to their new environment, if are they barking, or are they displaying destructive behavior.

The wireless digital security camera was trouble free to install in our utility room because we had the electrical outlet to plug into. Then we easily connected the receiver to our TV in the main living area. There was no problem with the reception.

In conclusion this system had an easy setup, provided a much needed surveillance and it did not interfere with any of our other household devices such as our phones.

Recommend this system for reasons stated above and for this situation.

77 out of 93


Location: Boston, MA USA

Entry level camera

The camera is a good entry level system with a simple installation and good range and low light capability. One of the difficulties is getting power to the unit, but with some basic home repair skills you can run the cabling fine. I used the unit over a short range - about 17 feed. The signal was good and the quality was fine.

The 640 mode is good if you want to see more detail but the lower frame rate is a little annoying to me. It's a tradeoff with the lower resolution and high frame rate mode.

Low light quality is pretty good with the built-in IR illumination.

I think it is excellent value given the quality delivered for the price charged and ease of setup.

78 out of 93


OK, but not great

The cameras work OK, but I only recommend these cameras if you have clear lines of sight to where you will place your receiver, probably something hard to do if you're installing more than one. Mine that are only about 20' away lose connection all the time, seemingly every time the wind blows.

Also remember that you still need a cable for power, and there's a cable that will hang from it to 'pair' it to the receiver. The receiver has a wire for signal, and power as well, making for a lot of spaghetti for a wireless system.

My suggestion is to avoid wireless for now, and just run the signal wire through your attic to the receivers, then patch up the walls. I think you'll be happier in the long run.

79 out of 93


Location: Grass Valley, Ca.

Not too shabby         

Fairly easy to set up, works fine with my Swann equipment (DVR) good picture. Has to be a pretty open line of sight for the camera and receiver to pair up. Very nice night vision. Would not work with camera outside of house, had to use as inside camera.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

80 out of 93


A good camera

The camera is up and working outside. The distance from the camera & DVR/receiver is about 40ft and I have a good strong signal thru several walls. It works as advertised and am quite satisfied with it. If I need another camera I will definitely keep this one in mind.

81 out of 93


Location: Philippines

Bad Signal

I just installed the LW 2110 today and the wireless signal is extremely poor. I setup my camera in the terrace and placed my DVR around 15ft away across a wall from the room to the terrace.I am still losing signal even around 10ft and I had to literally place the reciever on the window side to catch some signal.

The power supply is also a problem since it is too short and is not at all weather resistant.

Video quality is ok but I wasnt impressed by it. At night when IR is on, there is too much motion blur to notice or distinguish moving subjects.

If I knew how this item performed I really wpuld have gone for a good quality, weather-sealed WIRED camera instead. Dont even be fooled by this product. C

No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Wireless is not for everybody. Is it a brick wall that the signal has to pass through. Kindly read about advantages and limitations of wireless cameras on the site before purchasing.

82 out of 93


You need a DVR

If you don't have a DVR, you can't record images, limiting the usefulness of this device for surveillance. There is no recording device in the camera itself. The camera itself is fine. Image is good and isntallation is easy.

83 out of 93


Location: West Monroe, LA

Wonderfully Designed

I wasn't sure what I was expecting when I received this camera in the mail, but I do have to say that installation was so easy I was sure that I must be doing it wrong. This is not one of those products that is difficult to put together or has extraneous parts and pieces. Everything fit together perfectly and getting it set up completely took less than 30 minutes.

We hooked ours up so that we can view our front door area. We plugged the receiver into the back of the bedroom TV, so all we have to do to check out the front porch is to change the channel of the TV. Also, the night vision is excellent.

If we ever have a need to change which TV we would like to view the camera on, all we have to do is to unplug the receiver and move it to the next TV.

I highly recommend this product to anyone who needs a security camera for their home or office.

84 out of 93


Location: Temple City, CA

Works like a charm

Everything came packaged nicely and the instructions were very well laid out and easy to understand. I had no trouble whatsoever connecting the power cords to both the camera and wireless receiver, and the video cable from the receiver to the RCA video input jack of my television. I used the supplied BNC-to-RCA adapter jack.

I haven't decided where to place the camera yet so I didn't mount it but connected it to its stand then placed it freestanding on the ledge behind our front window in the living room, looking out to the porch and across the street. The video is better than I expected. I was expecting something rather fuzzy and choppy, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well detailed it is, with accurate colors and it also picks up movement well. Naturally it is not as good as watching a television or DVD picture but for monitoring purposes it is just fine. I don't see the need for any higher resolution.

The television is about 40 feet from the camera. Not a direct line-of-sight but there are open doorways between the two devices. The signal strength meter showed a strong connection.

Cons: The only real cons I can list are (1) cable management (just more cords to have to organize, but they are thin and easy to manage) and the placement limitation that comes from the length of the cords. I would say for most applications the supplied cords are sufficient, however.

The build quality of the camera is good. Everything works like it is supposed to, it is easy to install and set up and I get a nice, clear picture so I am happy with this product.

85 out of 93


Location: Hartford, CT

GOOD BUT NOT GREAT                          

It is a good unit for the house. It is not so good if you need to see in detail. Like a face or a license plate. Not so hot in darkness. I give it a middle grade.

86 out of 93


Location: San Antonio, SA

Fills a Very Specific Need

We were fascinated by the possibilities of installing this little gadget as soon as it was offered through Amazon Vine: our house is long and narrow, with the garage and a single bedroom window facing onto the driveway and the street. The living space is at the back, and the door and front porch is halfway along one side. Basically, there is no way to look out from most of the windows (save that one front bedroom) and see what is going on in the driveway or in the street in front of the house - not without actually stepping outside. This single camera, mounted on the front corner of the garage and angled to cover the front walk and the driveway addresses that shortcoming very neatly.

It installed very easily and in a fairly short time, although we do recommend that it be a two-person crew, since a ladder was involved. The only tool required to mount the bracket into a length of wood trim just under the eaves was a power-drill and a hammer. The daytime picture offered is of very good quality, and we were pleasantly surprised that it was in color. The camera being relatively small, though, if there is a wide space to be kept under surveillance, multiple cameras would be required.

87 out of 93


Location: Los Angeles, CA

User friendly, entry level

The Lorex LW2110 Wireless Digital Security Camera is a user friendly security camera. Setup is relatively easy with the only problem is being able to power the camera in a remote location. There are 2 settings for viewing, a 640 x 480, 12fps mode and a more smooth, 320x240, 30 fps mode which is controlled via a button on the receiver. The night viewing capability is excellent in low light conditions and is easily capable of viewing up to 60ft as stated on the box.


+ Easy setup

+ Low light capabilities

+ Wireless

+ Weather proof housing


- Limited spatial resolution

- Slow frame rates at higher resolution

- Not network capable

The LW2110 field of view is more suitable for a store shop surveilance than any kind of "long" range (i.e 60ft) surveillance. The spatial resolution of the camera makes it very hard to determine what a person is doing 60ft away let alone identify a person. The slower frame rate for higher resolution mode is also very degrading to the imagery. Things can easily be missed by dropped frames along with this low frame rate. I understand the lower frame rate is most likely to preserve bandwidth but with all the wireless technologies available I would expect better performance than 12fps at 640x480.

88 out of 93


Location: Fleetwood, PA

OK for the price here at B&H Photo

The LW2110 wireless camera is OK for the price I paid here. It has a cmos lens so it not as good as my wired CCD lens cameras. I tried to use one outdoors about 150 feet from the receiver. It would not work. It kept trying to connect, and to buy the extended range kit for this camera at around $100.00 is not worth it. So if you can mount your cameras close to the receiver they might be OK for you.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

89 out of 93


Excellent low cost option

This wireless digital security camera hooks up very easily to your VHS, DVD player or television. The picture quality is excellent and it goes from full color during the day to black and white at night. If you hook it up to your DVR it will record it. It would have been nice if it came with software to hook up to a computer. Other than that it is a very nice, affordable one-camera wireless system. You can purchase a separate DVR if you'd like so it can run completely separate from the rest of your entertainment system. Hubby said, "I'm actually surprised at how good the quality of it is." 4 out of 5 stars only because it is not able to be hooked up to a computer.

90 out of 93


Location: Nipomo, CA United States

Must have a DVR or else never sleep...

This is a kind of cool 'starter' kit for a surveillance system. Easy to install, and with great picture quality.

Here's the thing, it says it can show via your monitor or television or DVR. True, but unless you want to sit there and simply watch, you must have a DVR. I had wanted to use it to see what wildlife roams my yard at night (we live in the country). But I don't have a DVR. So it worked great as long as I sat and watched it on my big flat screen. But there's no way I could have recorded it without a DVR so my plan failed. Maybe if I heard a noise and flipped the TV on, it could work.

The advertising for it to me is a bit doesn't really explain why the DVR is so essential. I'm guessing that the "security DVR" they recommend with the extra cameras would up the price significantly in order to be actually useful.

The viewing field is fairly narrow-but the picture is very clear.

91 out of 93


A very good security cam

While the Lorex LW2110 Wireless Digital Security Camera is probably not something that you're going to see used in a high class department store, it's still a really good camera that can be used at home or in a small business.

The materials that come in the box include the following: the camera, a mounting stand, some screws, the receiver, a BNC/RCA adapter, 2 power adapters (plug ins), a BNC male/female extension cable, and a power splitter (only to be used with a 2 pack, which this is not). Once I had everything out of the box and spread out, it was relatively easy to figure out what went where.

The camera being attached to the mounting stand is probably the most difficult part, considering that you have to partially take the stand apart to be able to twist the camera on. You are then able to screw the mounting stand to wall and adjust the angle of how the camera points. After you finish that, you can attach the camera's wire to the wall plug in and plug it into the wall. This completes the camera portion of the installation.

Next is the receiver. To start, you must attach the BNC/RNA adapter to the receiver; however, since just attaching the adapter probably won't give you the length you will need to be able to plug into the wall AND television, you will probably want to first use the BNC extension cable. This requires you to simply pop one end onto the receiver and connect the other end to the BNC/RNA adapter. Then you plug the adapter into the video output location on your TV (it should be a yellow circle). You can then attach the receiver to the plug in and get electricity going to the receiver which should obviously be connected to the TV.

It may all sound very complicated with all of the technical names, but it's actually really quite simple. I'm usually not that handy with these types of installations, but this one was a breeze!

Once you complete both installations, everything should be working. Your TV should be showing the image of what the camera is pointing at. Do remember that you'll want your TV on the same component that you would watch your VCR/DVD player on, though. If it still isn't working, the manual has a good troubleshooting section that you can refer to.

The picture is definitely not HD once on the TV, but it's still quite clear for a security camera. Movement is somewhat choppier than a video camera, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well the security camera picked up movements.

When it is placed in a dark environment or a light goes off where it had been a lit environment, the camera automatically clicks into night vision, which is a black and white type of view. Everything is still very visible and movement was still picked up rather well.

The receiver should work about 400-450 feet in an open location and about 100-150 feet in a location with blockage such as walls. When I tried to bring the camera about 130-140 feet outside my home, the receiver wouldn't pick up a signal, probably because it was going through about 3 walls to try to get the camera's image; so obviously, the more walls it goes through, the fewer feet away you'll be able to place the camera from the receiver. If this is hugely disappointment, then know that there is a way to strengthen the receiver by buying a type of kit, which is explained in the manual.

As far as I can tell, the camera is not able to record what it is broadcasting, so if you're looking for something that does, this security camera isn't for you.

This camera is definitely a really good security camera as long as you're going to monitor it on your TV. I do wish the signal strength was a little bit better and that it ran on a battery instead of having to plug into a wall, but overall, I'm quite satisfied with it.


92 out of 93



My husband installed this security camera on our front porch and the receiver on our Samsung TV. The installation was reasonably simple once the RCA adapter was found inside the box. The biggest concern with installation was finding a power source for the camera on the outside of my house. For many people the need for a power source near the camera will be a deciding factor as to whether or not to buy a wireless or wired system. (Wireless systems require a power source near the camera to run the wireless transmitter.) The receiver is located in the center of my house with the signal traveling through several walls and a brick facade. Despite this, the picture is still clear on my TV. The video only refreshes a few times per second giving a choppy display as you would expect from a security camera and not a webcam. There is no audio included with this system; however, if you're looking for a wireless digital security camera with good range and picture quality and connects to most devices, this camera may be a good choice for you.

93 out of 93


Location: Tucson

Works Great                          

Good clear image & no interference.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend



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