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Wireless security cameras


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Wireless security cameras with 60FT night vision (2 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.

Night Vision Range


Heat Rating

122°F | 40°C

Heat Rating

Cold Rating

14°F | -10°C

Cold Rating

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

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.




Wireless cameras with 60ft Night vision 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

Each LW2110 Includes:

1 × Wireless Camera
1 × Wireless Receiver
1 × BNC/RCA Adapter
1 × Power Adapter

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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1 out of 109


Location: New Jersey

All-in-all, I'd say the system works relatively well. As of right now I have a customer service ticket in due to a camera that simply cease to function after a month of working just fine. I will admit one good thing. I have one camera outside looking over my pool, and the wireless camera will connect without a range extender all the way into my living room; almost 50 yards away. Note, however, that I have the wireless receiver double-sided taped to my window (covered by a curtain, so it's not seen from inside), and the radio path to the pool area is clear of buildings. There is only one large oak tree between the receiver and the camera, and it doesn't appear to cause a problem.

One back camera out of four. Things happen in mass production. The real review will be the matter in which customer service deals with me and the problem.

2 out of 109


Location: Washington

This company has a horror able customer service. You can' t make contact with them to resolve your issues. I wanted more cameras to go with my initial order which was recommended by the sales. There were the wrong items and it's very difficult to return them because of their poor service to return any calls from a sales person or who ever to resolve the issue. This review will not help my issue but hopefully someone else.

Our sincere apologies if you were mis-informed. Please find return instructions on our website

3 out of 109


Location: Salisbury, MD

I added these to an existing system where it would not be easy to run coax, but I had electric there. Installation was a snap. Everything hooked up easy, and it worked right away as described in the instructions. The picture is clear day & night.

4 out of 109


Location: Michigan

These are great cameras I have one in my barn it's about 500 feet from my house works great ! Can see all critters that get in at night.

5 out of 109


Location: Maryland (MD)

We bought these cameras when we purchased the Wireless Camera System with 6 Cameras and 16 Channel DVR (L166W). Though our purchase is still relatively new, we are very happy with our purchase.

6 out of 109


Location: Onoway

I am very happy with my purchase. Cameras were easy to hook up and I was able to hook them up via wifi so now I can watch my house/work anywhere and feel safer. I had to call help desk and they are very good. I get through easily and they are helpful and know what they are doing. I would highly recommend this system to anyone who wants cameras. The dvr is easy to use as long as you use a mouse to control it.

7 out of 109


Location: Edmonton

WOW! I am so impressed with the clarity in these cameras. I added these to my wired system and the quality is as good as them. I would definitely add more, if my pvr had more space.

8 out of 109


Location: Del Rio, TX

I have to say that it is very easy to set up. The clarity of the pictures is great. Plan on buying a couple more, for more locations around our sales center.

9 out of 109


Location: Pennsylvania

Great cameras. I needed to buy a few wireless cameras to add to my system. I have them on my detached garage that's about 200 feet from the dvr and the signal is 4 to 5 bars! Great picture too. Took a while for delivery. After contacting pay pal and opening up a service ticket through Lorex, they finally shipped them. Don't waste your time calling customer service. They were useless and wanted my password so they could access my account.

10 out of 109


Location: Indianapolis, IN

3rd Purchase of these cameras 2 incidents of failing camera on the night vision only though, and I have to admit they took care of it right away No Problem. Hence why we have now purchased 3 times with confidence. These wireless cams work great love um:)

11 out of 109


Location: Las Vegas, NV

I purchased the model L166W which came with 4 cameras and DVR wireless unit. I did employ a installer to install and setup the unit. This did save much time doing it and it was worth it. I watched and question him several time about this and that. So when it was completed he recommended that I purchase two more cameras to cover some inside areas. The time I spend watching and learning paid off and when I received the new cameras I installed them my self. If you have enough knowledge you can do it all yourself but I wanted it done quickly and it was. So far this setup has provided the need and security I wanted. The pictures are good and the night vision works well. I feel I got a sound investment. I am very pleased with the performance from this LOREX product

12 out of 109


Location: Arizona

Very pleased with units, I power them only in daylight using Solar panels ... Very good!!

13 out of 109


Location: Montreal, Qc. Canada

I live in a apt. and my car is in a garage across from me, i installed the system with no proplem, now i will buy 2 extra cameras, very clear and a good view.

14 out of 109


Location: Phoenix, AZ

the cameras are great have a wireless system, only disadvantage is that the distance from the recorder is limited, 20- 25 feet at best, had one go bad got it replaced pretty quick, had another one stop working tech service said ok will get a replacement, that was over two months ago, and they will no longer answer my tickets for help. Otherwise when they work it is good.

15 out of 109


Location: Pacific North West

Out of the box, one of the two required power cords for one of the cameras was defective. Gets really hot and makes a crackling noise. Opened a ticket and Customer Service responded they would ship a replacement. No shipping notice received in the last 4 days so I don't know if it will actually show up or not. Can only install one camera. Not real happy with two power cords per camera design. Two cameras and one recording device requires 5 power cords. Why isn't the antenna powered off of the recording device? The DVR is also defective, out of the box. Spent 3 hours looking for and through the instruction manual, tried to troubleshoot, gave up, called tech support and after a few minutes on hold, was told a replacement DVR would be sent to me. No updates to my ticket yet, from CS, so don't know if it will show up or not. Since the DVR won't record, it's hard to say if any of it works like its supposed to. Instruction manual, found under Downloads rather than something called Instruction Manual or Manual or Instructions is pretty vague and suggests reformatting (completely erasing) the HDD drive if the system is new. I'm pretty sure that's not a good idea. It seems unlikely the average person would be able to set up and troubleshoot problems, just because of the sketchy instructions. Some pages tell you how to change values in the drop downs but don't tell you what the values are and you have no idea what you are changing.

16 out of 109


Location: Michigan

I purchased Eight Lorex Cameras and DVR,{Four WIRED, Four Wireless}, after doing extensive research, into numerous options. The Lorex System, was and STILL has, the best clarity, easiest installation and operation for a DYI person or even a novice. I plan to expand my system in the near future to get the full 18 Camera experience.

17 out of 109


Location: pa

this is my second ,,,,,clarity is great,,,always easy to install...

18 out of 109


Location: phx

this is my second system and the clarity of the camera is excellent, easy to install also

19 out of 109


Location: Ontario

Great product. Very easy to install and use.

20 out of 109


Location: Woodland Hills, CA

I've owned the 2110 series cameras for quite a few years, and when I had to replace two of them recently, I was very happy with the price of the 2-pack as well as the improved quality of the new cameras over that of the ones I bought originally. The HD quality was wonderful, and I bought two more to replace my remaining two old cameras. You can't beat this system for reasonable price and good quality.

21 out of 109


Location: Calgary

Perfect, easy and can check it on my cell phone, price is great, I have 2, and going for another 2, Thank You

22 out of 109


Location: Calgary

Easy to set up and the cameras are small and light. The night vision works surprisingly well and the picture quality is very good. I am very happy with these cameras.

23 out of 109


Location: florida

This is a great system. Purchased this to add more cameras for our house and yard. Cameras work great. I now have 8 cameras.

24 out of 109


Location: Boken Arrow, OK

Great product, easy to install, love my Lorex system. I now have 4 cameras and plan on adding a couple more.

25 out of 109


Location: rockmart,Ga.

working fine,easy to install.

26 out of 109


Location: Chesterfield, VA

Love my Lorex system . We have one at both homes so we can check on security and weather.

27 out of 109


Location: Pittsgrove, NJ

Great Price, Easy shopping on-line, Good support getting connected on iPhone!

28 out of 109


Location: Texas

I purchased two additional cameras due to the quality and good experience that I had after purchasing and installing a Lorex system late last year. The service department is great to work with and Lorex has been very quick to take care of any equipment issues that I have had. Having the ability to see my cameras on my cell phone gives me confidence that things are ok at my remote location.

29 out of 109


Location: Phoenix

These are ok, but lose signal allot. Picture is bad too! Night vision is not very clear too. They are better than these

30 out of 109


Location: LorexWeb

I'm satisfied about the easy connection, picture, and everything. Except in my case it is used in a concrete building so it's not working really good I'm loosing the signal to often for not saying all the time.

Also I have try to connect the antenna at the end of the 80 foot wire provided with the wire camera and the connection was not compatible at least it would help if it would have been.

31 out of 109


Location: Calgary, AB

Easy setup, great wireless system. Great bang for your buck.

32 out of 109


Location: florida

i have both 2775 and 2110?the 2110 need a lot of light shined directly to close night vision if used inside so i always get a black and white picture,the pics on the 2775 r not of good quality don't expect a hd picture night vision is ok if u have a light on the cameras blur out?the tech support is a total waste every time i call they tell me i am 35th in que and i have to wait at least an hour, its always longer,most of the time u can't understand them for the come from another support i rate a ZERO for the money i spent its not worth it?.

33 out of 109


Location: Queens Ny

Very Clear Works Great Signal Is Good Between 2 Floors Voice Records everything in its range I'm Very Satisfied With It

34 out of 109


Location: Plumas Lake, CA

Easy to set up and the cameras are small and light. The night vision works surprisingly well and the picture quality is very good. I am very happy with these cameras. I recently bought 2 more because I was so impressed.

35 out of 109


Location: Iowa

Very good picture quality and ease of use

36 out of 109


Location: Wisconsin

they work great

37 out of 109


Location: Williams Lake BC

absolutely useless. Cannot connect when there is a direct line of sight -75 ft. - through a window.
The second camera is also useless although it is farther away and at the back of the house.
I will contact the company tomorrow and send them back.
My kids walkie talkies work through that same distances without any problems.

38 out of 109


Location: PA

Easy to install working fine so far

39 out of 109


Location: Elmhurst,New York

Perfect, easy and can check it on my cell phone, price ok, I have2, and going for another 2, thanks for make me easy life.

40 out of 109


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

41 out of 109


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.

42 out of 109


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).

43 out of 109


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.

44 out of 109


Location: BC

I already had a system and have enjoyed it and it's does a great job day and night. I just added two more cameras and one was not working correctly, called Lorex and the service was great. Sending me a new camera, that was a pleasure do deal with and made it nice to have great service. Would recommend Lorex wireless cameras to protect your home.

45 out of 109


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.

46 out of 109


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.

47 out of 109


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

48 out of 109


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.

49 out of 109


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.

50 out of 109


Location: Olympia, WA

Even though my camera system sometimes glitches, the customer service and support center Lorex provides is exceptional. They have always solved my problems promptly and courteously. Happy with this company overall.

51 out of 109


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.

52 out of 109


Location: Northeast USA

I purchased a pair of the 2110s about a year ago. They worked reasonably well until this year when one of the cameras died. I bought a pair of replacements and the first camera only lasted about 2 weeks, the second camera lasted less than a week. I returned both for a refund.

53 out of 109


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

54 out of 109


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.

55 out of 109


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

56 out of 109


Location: California

Great product, this is the 2nd set I have purchased to add more cameras to my system. Very simple to set-up and use.

57 out of 109


great it is used every day and works great thinking about ordering more if the price is right as soon as they are listed.

58 out of 109


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.

59 out of 109


Location: Easy Setup; Fair Price

Easy to setup and a fair price. I bought two cameras, but had to return one because it stopped working. However, the exchange process was very easy, quick, and no questions asked. They are sending the replacement while I still have the bad camera. I also have two wansview camera which provide a better picture and longer range. I thought my receiver was built-in the DVR that I purchased, but each receiver(8 receiver DVR) attaches to the back of the DVR. The is cumbersome and becomes crowded in the desk space. It also creates a signal (cancellation) problem. I don't like the external receivers. I prefer internal. Lesson learned.

60 out of 109


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 :)

61 out of 109


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

62 out of 109


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.

63 out of 109


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.

64 out of 109


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.

65 out of 109


Location: Shawnee, KS

Plug and Play.

Very simple to add this camera to the DVR/camera system.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

66 out of 109


Location: Alberta Canada

Purchased a two pack the cameras work great for what I needed them for.
I would recommend these cameras.

67 out of 109


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.

68 out of 109


Very nice Camera, easy to install and very clear picture

69 out of 109


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

70 out of 109


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.

71 out of 109


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

72 out of 109


Location: Plano, Texas.

Wireless Digital Security Camera System                 

Plug and play. Very little interference.

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

73 out of 109


Best camera for 100 bucks I could find

Well, I see some people complaining about resolution and frame rate. It's not good but it isn't bad. I have it on high res and I get an almost real time frame rate on mine. I use and I can make out faces through my front door window with this camera. Indeed, if you need something super reliable, this is not it. But if you need something to catch a face coming through your front door or to give you a way to check your home when you're out, this is it. I gave it 4 stars because even if I had paid more for it, I would have to say it's pretty good. I did upgrade the antenna on the receiver with a better one but that's cheap and easy (and helped a lot). You cannot switch out the antenna on the camera quite as easily.

74 out of 109


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

75 out of 109


Location: Clermont Fla.

Does not operate correctly!

I set this camera up, but after a couple of weeks it started to act up. The cam (50' in line of sight) started to lose its signal to the receiver. This setup was all indoors w/ no obstructions (under ideal conditions). The camera's clarity and color was very good. It is truly a no-interference wireless cam. Too bad it does not work properly. I just returned this for a full refund. I will buy a wired camera.

I do not recommend this camera.

76 out of 109


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.

77 out of 109


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?

78 out of 109


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

79 out of 109


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.

80 out of 109


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.

81 out of 109


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.

82 out of 109


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.

83 out of 109


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.

84 out of 109


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. :-)

85 out of 109


Location: Kansas City

Great Camera

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

I would recommend this to a friend!

86 out of 109


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

87 out of 109


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

88 out of 109



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!

89 out of 109


Works fine but don't breath 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.

90 out of 109


Game watcher

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

91 out of 109


Location: Fresno, CA

Great camera

What's great about it: Quality, easy set up

I was really impressed with the clarity of this camera. It lost is signal once and needed to be reset. However, the quality seems great.

I would recommend this to a friend

92 out of 109


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.

93 out of 109


Location: Ann Arbor, Michiga

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.

94 out of 109


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.

95 out of 109


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.

96 out of 109



I 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. I’m planning to set up a DVD recording trigger (using X10 sensor). I may need to keep the receiver closer than I planned.

97 out of 109


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

98 out of 109


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.

99 out of 109


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.

100 out of 109


Not really worth it

Still can’t get a good signal. Wasn’t expecting my one wall to kill the signal so bad that I can’t pick it up with 20 feet from the camera in my garage to the receiver. It would have been better off getting one somewhere else with a stronger signal. 15 wired cameras with 200 foot IR and number 16 with a daylight scene because that is when it lost connection.

101 out of 109


 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.

102 out of 109


Great Camera for the Price

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

103 out of 109


Excellent camera and price

I purchased this camera for my barn. I have a mare due to foal this month and I wanted something I could connect to a TV or computer so I wouldn't need to walk out to the barn every hour to check on her. This camera is mounted approximately 65 feet from the house. It has to "see through" the wooden walls of the barn as well as the concrete blocks of the house for the wireless connection. It does this with ease and the picture is great. We first set it up to the TV monitor and it is very simple to set up. I now have it connected to a computer and the picture is streaming live so others can watch and alert me if the mare looks like she will foal while I am away from home. I could not be happier with this camera. There are other camera products out there that sell as "barn cams" for over 3 times the amount I paid for this one. I specifically wanted a wireless camera because of the amount of space between my house and barn. It would have been a nightmare to run wires all across the yard with a wired camera. The night vision is also great. I do not keep the lights on in my barn. I can easily see the horse in total darkness. This is a great camera.

104 out of 109


I have the LW2100 looking at my 4 year old grandson's room and have it hooked up to Video 1 input of my Main Flat Panel TV. I use this camera to check on him when he goes to sleep. The Night Vision is amazing and the Camera has a very clear picture. I installed it last November and it is working perfect, Love this Camera

105 out of 109


Location: California USA

ahhh perfection

This outdoor camera system works just as described...perfectly.

It’s simple to install and to add to our existing monitoring system.

Superior camera performance, both day and night.

106 out of 109


I have had not had good luck with the LW2100. I lost two cameras in just four months. The first one filled up with smoke and stopped sending a transmission. The second cameras video is now grey and much distorted. 

107 out of 109


great price good picture quality

I bought this about a month ago and had no problems, picture quality good wireless range good no problems so far going to buy one more soon . Will recommend to buy.

108 out of 109


Not bad, not great

The two biggest limitations to this product are range and 15 fps video quality.

Range ... line of sight is really key. I first had the units 30ft apart but there was 2 walls between them. Unusable, would not lock onto a signal. Moved the units the same 30 ft. but more line of sight... got it working.

Video quality, this is probably more due to my lack of understanding of wireless technology limitations. The unit seems to operate at 15 FPS (frames per second). The result of the video very jerky. For some applications, this would be fine. For mine it wasn't. I have since gone to a wired camera, receiver system. Lesser concern was the quality (or lack of) of the receiver to video connection. Very flimsy and could be easily broken.

109 out of 109


Location: NJ, the garden state

Decent entry level camera

The installation of this camera could not have been easier. I let my 15 year old son do it and he handled it in about 20 minutes. We hooked it up to a TV and the picture was pretty decent. We then moved it to a PC, we had to buy an adapter card for $12, and it worked fine there too. The infrared video is a little different, but it does give you a picture in almost total darkness. The wireless aspect of the system is very nice. not having to run cables means we can move the cameras at will. I have not had any interference problems with the camera or my other wireless equipment.



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