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Lorex LW2110 Wireless Digital Security Camera

by Lorex

List Price: CDN$ 129.99
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  • Product Type/`Video Surveillance System`
  • Features/`Camera,Receiver`
  • Brand Name/`Lorex`
  • Number of Cameras/`1`


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 7.6 x 22.1 cm ; 363 g
  • Shipping Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: LW2110
  • ASIN: B004T9Y0MW
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 23 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,468 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Ed on May 28 2012
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Please avoid these cameras if you can.

I installed these cameras and wondered why I was having issues with the wireless wifi in my home. I'm a network professional, so I am well equipped to troubleshoot these cameras.

I was given the run-around by Lorex support staff for quite a while. But I tested several layer 3 switches as I have several high-end units in my home. And I used wireless analyzers to determine interference volume.

When these cameras are connected in your home, they blast out data on channels 1 to 13 on wifi 2.4 ghz. As a result, any device using Wireless A/B/G in your home will not work or will experience packet loss known as jitter causing resending of data. Packet test showed losses of 5-45% versus 0% previously depending on the time of day with these units disabled. Upload speeds were dropped from 2500 kb to 10 kb. Download speed tests dropped from approx 25000 kb to 500 kb. This was tested in a small 500 sqf area with the cameras 15 feet away from their receiver. With wall and ceiling mounted wifi routers.

Lorex support staff was very clear there is no way to resolve the wifi issues on these cameras, that they cannot be locked to a channel, and would not provide any additional support. Advice from Lorex overseas support was to remove all the cameras or all the wifi routers from my home. Lorex has yet to reply to my emails or calls and provide a method for me to obtain a refund, and it is no longer within 30 days for the vendor.

To be clear, the vendor I used on here was fantastic and did everything they can. But these cameras are walking wifi bombs and need to be avoided at all costs. They cannot be used in a residential home with wifi unless you have all wireless-N 5.0 ghz compliant devices (i.e. no cell phones, no tablets, no netbooks). I'm now out about $600 for "interference free" cameras provided by Lorex and I recommend against these.

~Ed.
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The Lorex camera and receiver works extremely well and gives a very clear picture with no interference and works both in daytime in color and night time in black and white. I also bought a set of 4 LW2100's and quad receiver which also works extremely well. The cameras and receiver were very straight forward to install and set up. Well done!
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Amazon.com: 145 reviews
91 of 92 people found the following review helpful
LW2110 June 21 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
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.
111 of 119 people found the following review helpful
NEVER PURCHASE A LOREX PRODUCT!!! March 19 2012
By Declaredinsane - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased 2 Lorex LW2110 Wireless Digital Security Cameras and one was damaged. I called Lorex to get a new camera and was told to wait . After waiting and waiting I finally received a camera that was refurbished. I was told no matter how much money I spend they will never send a new product, it has to be a refurbish. The camera I received came with giant scratches on it and one of the places to secure the bolt was completely stripped out. This is a terrible company never do business with them.
35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
Wireless internet interference @ 2.4 GHz April 7 2012
By H. Liu - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
The concept of this wireless security camera is great and easy to setup, yet it heavily interfered with your wireless internet network.

I brought the DVR with 4 wireless camera to install around the house. However, whenever the wireless receiver power up, my wireless internet network basically dead on the spot. My family rely heavily on wifi access from VoIP, smart phone, tablet, laptop, computer, smart TV, etc. After some digging and test and trail, I finally realized that the Lorex LW2110 Wireless Digital Security Camera is running on 2.4GHz band, which is same band as most of the router out there. Whenever the receiver is on, it will jammed the 2.4 GHz band and virtually make all the other wifi receiver slow down (in my case, from 20MB to 1.5MB according to speedtest website). Unless you have the newer 5.8 GHz wireless router in your home network, this unit will jam your normal 2.4GHz Band wifi router.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Does not do as promised Sept. 3 2012
By Dean L. Gutierrez - Published on Amazon.com
We required this system for outdoor use. We contacted Lorex directly and discussed it's viability and were satisfied by their response. However, the wireless cameras are so weak that they could not get through one wall from 60 feet away. Forget about the 400 feet advertised...not a chance!

The internet feature is not wireless, so has to be connected by cable. This it ridiculous in today's world! The timeline graphics are also so outdated that they look like DOS! Service from lorex after the fact was non existent. Stay away!

No, I would not recommend this to a friend
49 of 54 people found the following review helpful
User friendly, entry level July 5 2011
By James Lin - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
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.

Pros:
+ Easy setup
+ Low light capabilities
+ Wireless
+ Weather proof housing

Cons:
- 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.

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