Thank you for purchasing the Lorex Remote Surveillance Internet Easy-Connect Camera. This manual refers to the following models: • LNE1001: Wired, Easy Connect, Internet Camera • LNE3003: Wired/Wireless, Day/Night, Easy Connect, Internet Camera • LNZ4001: Wired/Wireless, Day/Night, Pan/Tilt, Easy Connect, Internet Camera...
Important Safeguards In addition to the careful attention devoted to quality standards in the manufacturing process of your video product, safety is a major factor in the design of every instrument. However, safety is your responsibility too. This sheet lists important information that will help to assure your enjoyment and proper use of the video product and accessory equipment.
Service 13. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this video equipment yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 14. Conditions Requiring Service - Unplug this video product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:...
General Precautions 1. All warnings and instructions in this manual should be followed. 2. Remove the plug from the outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid aerosol detergents. Use a water dampened cloth for cleaning. 3. Do not use this unit in humid or wet places. 4.
INDUSTRY CANADA STATEMENT This device complies with RSS-210 of the Industry Canada Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause interference. 2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
• 6 channel surveillance application for real time viewing and recording • Free LOREX DDNS included for remote connection • Secure web management connectivity (password protected) • Professional grade camera (HTTP event – camera can trigger or be triggered by other LOREX camera) ®...
• Two-way audio via integrated microphone and external speakers (not included) • 6 channel surveillance application for real time viewing and recording • Free LOREX DDNS included for guaranteed connection • Secure web management User/Password protection • Windows Vista Compatible...
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GETTING STARTED The system comes with the following components: LNE1001 POWER SUPPLY ETHERNET CABLE MOUNTING STAND MOUNTING KIT QUICKSTART GUIDE DOCUMENTATION CD *CAMERA CONFIGURATION MAY VARY BY MODEL. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR PACKAGE FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS. CHECK YOUR PACKAGE TO CONFIRM THAT YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE COMPLETE SYSTEM, INCLUDING ALL COMPONENTS SHOWN ABOVE.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS For setup and viewing, the camera requires the following: • PC running Windows Vista / XP • Internet connection • Web browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later (with Active X), Mozilla Firefox, Safari NOTE: If you are using a Mac, only certain functions are available on the camera. For details, see “Viewing Your Camera Using a Mac”...
CAMERA OVERVIEW LNE1001 Wired, Easy-Connect Internet Camera 1. Focus: Manually adjust the focus ring to sharpen the image. 2. Lens: 1/4" lens with a CMOS image sensor. 3. Power LED Indicator: Lights up solid blue when camera is powered on.
Camera Overview LNE3003 Wired/Wireless, Day/Night, East-Connect Internet Camera 1. Focus: Manually adjust the focus ring to sharpen the image. 2. Lens: 1/4" lens with a CMOS image sensor. 3. Power LED Indicator: Lights up solid blue when camera is powered on. 4.
LNZ4001 Wired/Wireless, Day/Night, Pan/Tilt, Easy-Connect Internet Camera 1. Network Indicator: Pluses blue during network access. 2. Power LED Indicator: Lights up solid blue when camera is powered on. 3. Microphone: Built-in microphone for listen-in audio over the network. 4. Infrared LEDs: 12 IR LEDs for night vision. 5.
REAR PANEL LNE1001 1. Speaker: 3.5 mm audio port for external speakers or other audio devices (not included). 2. Reset: Using a paper-clip, hold for 10 seconds to reset the camera to its default configuration. 3. LAN: Network port. Connect one end of the included network cable to this port, and then connect the other end of the network cable to a network router, switch, or active wall port.
LNZ4001 1. Antenna Connection (SMA): Connect the wireless antenna—angle at 90°, 180°; rotate 360°. 2. 12VDC: Connect the 12V DC power adapter. 3. Reset: Using a paper-clip, hold for 10 seconds to reset the camera to its default configuration. 4. Audio In: 3.5 mm audio port for an external microphone (not included). 5.
SETTING UP THE CAMERA Basic setup for your network camera. NOTE: Pedestal assembly refers to LNE1001 and LNE3003 series To set up the camera: 1. Attach the stand to the base 2. Attach the mounting bracket to the stand. 3. Attach the camera to the completed pedestal. Use the thumb screws to secure the camera firmly.
POSITIONING THE CAMERA Before you install the camera, carefully plan where and how it will be positioned. Installation Warnings • Select a location for the camera that provides a clear view of the area you want to monitor, which is free from dust, and is not in line-of-sight to a strong light source or direct sunlight. •...
(see figure 2.1). Figure 2.0 Secure camera to bracket (LNZ4001 Series only) Figure 2.2 Ceiling mounting (LNE1001/LNE3003 Series) Figure 2.1 Secure camera and bracket to wall (LNZ4001 Series) Wall Mounting Figure 2.3 Secure camera and bracket to ceiling...
3. Connect the power adapter to the camera. 4. Plug in the power adapter to a power outlet. LNZ4001 LNE1001 Figure 3.0 Wired connection (wired connection only needed for initial setup of wireless cameras) LNZ4001 LNE3003 Figure 3.1 Wireless connection...
CONFIGURING THE CAMERA With the camera setup and connected, you can now set up local viewing, remote viewing, and wireless connectivity. : Before starting the installation, please ensure your computer is connected to the ATTENTION same local network as the camera and has access to the Internet. NOTE: It is recommended to install the camera when your computer is wired to the local network.
3. Click Find to discover Lorex cameras on your network. Figure 4.1 Select your camera from the list of devices 4. Double-click the selected camera to launch 5. At the prompt, enter your user name and password (by default, admin / admin). For details on local viewing, see see “Setting Up Local Viewing”...
Configuring the Camera Viewing Your Camera Using a Mac If you are using one of the Lorex network cameras with a Mac, you can view your camera using the Safari web browser. NOTE: If using a Mac, you will not be able to record live video directly to your Mac.
USING THE CAMERA DigiConsole was used to help you setup and configure your camera. You will use viewing, playback, and further camera configurations. NOTE: For complete details on DigiViewer functions, see “DigiViewer” on page 43. About DigiViewer DigiViewer is a browser-based remote surveillance software that lets you view, playback, record, and configure your network camera from a remote location.
Using The Camera Setting Up Local Viewing With your camera now detected by DigiConsole, you can begin to view live images from your camera on your local network. When using Internet Explorer, you need to install ActiveX in order for DigiViewer to run properly; other supported browsers will require QuickTime. To setup local viewing: 1.
Adjusting Focus You can manually adjust the focus of the camera. NOTE: Make sure the camera is powered on and connected to a network before attempting to adjust the focus. NOTE: Please remove the clear vinyl cling over the lens before using the camera.
CONTROLLING PTZ LNZ4001 ATTENTION: This section applies to LNZ4001 Series cameras only. To use PTZ functions: 1. Open DigiViewer in your default browser. 2. Log in to your camera using your user name and password (by default, admin / admin). 3.
4. Click SET to open the Preset/Patrol Control pane. Figure 7.1 Preset / Patrol Control pane Figure 7.2 Preset List 1. Set (Preset): Enter a preset number for the current position of the camera (i.e. Preset 1). 2. Preset Go: Open the list of presets. 3.
Controlling PTZ Presets, Tours, and Patrols Preset, Tour, and Patrol are advanced features of a PTZ Internet camera. You can use DigiViewer to access and customized these advanced features. A: Setting Presets To set Presets: 1. Use the navigation arrows to position the camera at point where you want to patrol. •...
B: Customizing Tours To customize a tour: 1. From Digiviewer, click Events and then click Patrol. 2. Select a Tour Number (e.g. Tour1). 3. Under Tour Position, click the Order drop-down menu and select an Order number (first will be the default position). Order refers to the position in the Position Number List (see figure 7.9).
Controlling PTZ 6. Repeat the order and position selection until you have completed the tour (each tour can have up to eight preset positions). Figure 7.9 Tour positions—Tour position 1 appears as Preset Position 1 in the list (default). Tour position 5 appears as Preset Position 5 in the list.
Controlling PTZ C: Using Patrols Use the saved tour data to set an automatic patrol for the PTZ network camera. To set a patrol: 1. From the DigiViewer main menu, click Surveillance and then click Figure 7.10 Click Surveillance to return to live viewing and click "Play." 2.
3G iPhone or iPod touch. To register with Yoics: 1. From DigiViewer, click Settings and then click Remote Access. 2. Under Yoics Instant Networking, click Register with Yoics. The Lorex Remote Viewing page opens (http://lorex.yoics.com). Figure 8.0 DigiViewer settings / registering with Yoics 3.
2. From the Lorex pop-up, click Complete Registration. The Register New Devices page opens. NOTE: Please watch for Yoics pop ups; if the pop up is does not include the LOREX logo, you can click Remind Me Later to continue with the setup.
Using Yoics 4. Following the prompt, click Complete Registration to register the camera for Camera Viewer service. Figure 8.3 Click Complete Registration for Camera Viewer service 5. Enter a name for the camera in the Yoics Device name field and click Register Now. Both Video Stream and Camera Viewer services are now registered to your camera and will appear under under "My Stuff."...
(www.apple.com/quicktime/download). NOTE: If you have an external (WAN) static IP address or you have registered with the free LOREX DDNS service, you can configure your router to port-forward the incoming Internet connections to the camera.
Using Yoics Setting Up Wireless Connectivity ATTENTION: This section is applicable to wireless camera models With initial setup of the camera complete, you can configure settings in DigiViewer to employ a wireless network connection. To setup wireless connectivity: 1. From DigiViewer, click Settings and then click Wireless. DigiViewer automatically scans for any wireless networks.
2. Click the name of the device you want to view. 3. Enter your username and password (by default, admin) to login to the camera. Figure 8.10 Remote viewing using iPhone or iPod touch lorex.yoics.com and login using your Yoics user name and...
REMOTE VIEWING USING MSN MESSENGER Your Easy-Connect Remote Surveillance Internet Camera can be accessed remotely using MSN’s Windows Live Messenger™. Remote Viewing through Messenger involves first creating an MSN/ Windows Live account for the camera, configuring your camera in DigiViewer, and adding the camera as an MSN/Windows Live contact in Messenger.
Configuring MSN Messenger on Your Camera Once you have registered a new MSN account for your camera, you need to configure your camera’s network settings to allow you to access it remotely using Messenger. Figure 9.2 Enter the MSN address of the camera along with the MSN addresses of allowed users To configure Messenger on your camera: 1.
Remote Viewing Using MSN Messenger 3. You should immediately receive a prompt from the address of your Internet camera. Click OK to add the camera as a contact. 4. After a few moments, you should receive a message from the camera address. Click the prompt to view the camera’s profile.
DIGICONSOLE About DigiConsole DigiConsole is a discovery tool that lets you find Internet cameras on your local network. System Requirements The DigiConsole software (included with the IP device) has the following installation requirements: Description Requirement ® Pentium 4 or above ®...
• HOME: Main screen with links to software documentation and product information • FIND: Locates all IP products on your network • REGISTER: Lorex registration and Warranty information • INSTALL: Installs DigiConsole to the local PC for easy access www.lorexcctv.com...
Find Figure 11.0 Find Menu The Find menu lets you discover Lorex IP devices on your network. Click Find to discover connected Lorex Internet cameras on your network. NOTE: An IP device must be connected and networked to view live images. You may need to click Find several times to locate the device.
Using DigiConsole View Live Image NOTE: You must install DigiConsole to your PC in order to view live video in DigiConsole. View Live Image displays live video from the IP device in DigiConsole. To view live streaming video in DigiConsole: •...
Live Video Options NOTE: You must install DigiConsole to your PC in order to view live video in DigiConsole. With live video playing in DigiConsole, you can access more options for the IP device. To view more options, right-click the selected device and choose any of the following: •...
Register Click Register for information on how to register your camera for Lorex’s FREE DDNS service; For more details, warranty information is also displayed. see “Appendix E: Setting Up DDNS Service”...
INSTALLING DIGICONSOLE You can run DigiConsole from the software CD included with your product. However, you can also choose to install DigiConsole to your PC. Installing DigiConsole allows you to record and playback live video. NOTE: Mac installation is not supported. Figure 12.0 Installing DigiConsole To install DigiConsole: 1.
UNINSTALLING DIGICONSOLE To uninstall DigiConsole: > > 1. Select Start Settings Control Panel 2. From the Add or Remove Programs list, select DigiConsole and click Change/Remove. Figure 13.0 DigiConsole Uninstaller window 3. In the DigiConsole Uninstaller window, click OK. NOTE: Your data files and recorded files are not removed when uninstalling DigiConsole. To remove these files manually, delete the DigiConsole folder on your hard drive.
RECORDING LIVE VIDEO With DigiConsole installed on your PC, you have the option to record and playback live video. NOTE: Recording does not include audio. Figure 14.0 Recording live video To record live video: 1. Click Find, and select your camera from the list of devices. 2.
PLAYING RECORDED VIDEO Once you have recorded live video, you can access the video from DigiConsole. NOTE: You must have DigiConsole installed on your PC in order to record and playback live video. NOTE: Playback in Windows Media Player requires the Xvid codec. A link to Xvid can be found on the Home page of DigiConsole.
DIGIVIEWER About DigiViewer DigiViewer software is a browser-based security application that lets you view live video, control, and configure IP devices on your network from a compatible Web browser. NOTE: DigiViewer is not installed to the local PC. System Requirements Description Requirement 2.4 GHz Pentium...
OPENING DIGIVIEWER You can open DigiViewer by two methods: from DigiConsole or from a Web browser. For initial use, we recommend opening DigiViewer through DigiConsole. Figure 16.0 DigiViewer main screen To open DigiViewer: DigiConsole 1. Launch DigiConsole from the software CD included with your product (or from the Desktop or Start Menu if installed on your local PC).
SURVEILLANCE DigiViewer streams live video in Surveillance mode. If you select other DigiViewer options, such as Settings or Events, click Surveillance to return to live viewing. The DigiViewer main window consists of a main menu on the left panel, live video image, and advanced controls toolbar.
Surveillance Main Menu The Main Menu consists of the following: • Surveillance: Live Viewing; always click Surveillance to return to Live Viewing • Events: Configuration settings for Motion Detection • Settings: Configuration settings for the IP Device • System Log: View the list of events, actions, operations of DigiViewer •...
Advanced Controls Toolbar Click to activate Advanced Controls at the bottom of the main window: Channel Display View Single-Screen, Quad, and Six-channel displays. Click to view Full-Screen. Click Sequence mode. Control movement and presets of a PTZ camera. For more details, see “Controlling PTZ”...
EVENTS Use the Events menu to configure options and settings for Motion Events, HTTP Events, PTZ options, and Alarm input/output. NOTE: PTZ and alarm input/output is applicable to LNZ4001 Series models To open the Event menu: • Click Events in the DigiViewer main window. Figure 18.0 Events menu (by default, Motion Events menu) Motion Events Use the Motion Events menu to configure motion detection and email notification.
HTTP Events Use the HTTP Event menu to configure HTTP Events on your networked camera. With HTTP Events enabled, your Internet camera can be triggered by motion or a triggered 12V alarm from another camera. The camera can trigger an HTTP server, a 12 volt alarm sensor, or another camera for a pre-configured action.
(Universal Plug and Play). By default, Bonjour and UPnP are enabled on the camera. If you are using one of the Lorex network cameras with a Mac, Bonjour will allow you to connect to your camera using DigiViewer in Safari. For details on detecting and viewing your camera using a Mac, see “Viewing Your Camera Using a Mac”...
Preset ATTENTION: This section is applicable to LNZ4001 camera models Use the Preset menu to configure up to 32 presets on a PTZ Internet camera. NOTE: You must have at least one saved preset on the camera in order to use the Preset menu. For details on setting presets, see “Events”...
Events Home Position The Home Position is the position that the camera will automatically take when the camera is powered on. To set the Home Position: 1. Enter a preset from the list in the Preset Pos. Name field. 2. Select the box beside Home and click Set. The new Home Position will appear in the Home Pos.
Patrol Control You can set up to four patrol tours composed of up to eight preset positions. The camera will move to the programmed positions sequentially. Figure 18.5 Patrol Control menu To set a patrol tour: 1. Select a Tour Number (e.g. Tour1). 2.
Events Alarm Input/Output ATTENTION: This section is applicable to LNZ4001 camera models Configure Alarm Input settings for an external alarm/sensor (not included) and Alarm Output settings for an external alarm light/siren (not included). Alarm Input To configure alarm input settings: 1.
Alarm Output To configure alarm output settings: 1. Connect an external alarm, such as light or siren, to the two right ports of the alarm block on the rear panel of the camera. 2. Open DigiViewer and click Events Input/Output. 3.
SETTINGS The Settings Screen controls the options and configurations for the camera. To open the Settings menu: • Click Settings in the DigiViewer main window Figure 19.0 Settings menu The Settings menu consists of the following options (click to open the related sub-menu): •...
Preferences Open the Preferences sub-menu to view network information for your device, as well as settings for the on-screen display and lighting. Figure 19.1 Preferences menu Device Description The Device Description menu lists the following important information about your camera: •...
Settings Lighting To configure lighting settings: 1. Under Illuminator control, select AUTO, ON, or OFF from the drop-down menu. This option control the night vision LEDs around the lens. By default, the camera is set to Auto. 2. Under Mode, select Outdoor, Indoor 50 Hz, or Indoor 60 Hz. This option controls the mode of the night vision LEDs.
System Clock To configure the system clock: 1. Select the box to enable/disable Network Time Protocol (NTP). NTP automatically sets the system clock using a Network Time Server. By default, the NTP server is enabled. NOTE: The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol for synchronizing the clocks of computer systems to a central time server.
ATTENTION RTSP port. You MUST forward (open) the new ports on your router. For more details, see “Appendix D: Router Port Forwarding” on page 82. Also, please view Lorex’s Guide on our support page for information on how to port forward ports on your router.
Remote Access Use the Remote Access Menu to configure remote viewing settings for your device through Yoics, MSN, or Lorex DDNS. To open the Remote Access menu: > • Click Settings Remote Access Figure 21.0 Remote Access menu Yoics Instant Networking By default, your Internet camera is enabled with Yoics Easy-Connect Remote Viewing.
Dynamic DNS You can also access your camera remotely using Lorex’s FREE DDNS service. NOTE: If you have yet registered for Lorex DDNS, click Register with DDNS Service at the bottom of the Remote Access screen. Figure 21.2 Enter DDNS information To configure DDNS settings: 1.
Settings Network Recorder Server NOTE: This section is for advanced user. Knowledge of FTP servers is required. NOTE: Your FTP server must be set up separately. You can also send snapshots of triggered events to an FTP server. Figure 22.1 FTP server information To configure network recorder server options: 1.
Accounts Use the Accounts Menu to control user accounts and access to the camera. There are three user authorities on the camera: • Admin: Unrestricted access to the device including all settings and options; default user name and password: admin/admin •...
Settings General User Accounts The General user has limited access to the settings of the server. You can only create five General User accounts. To configure general user options: 1. Under User Name, enter the new name for [General User 1]. 2.
• Name Server 1 & 2: The external IP address of the Name Server. The Name Server is a machine on a network that enables a hostname to be resolved into an IP address. (i.e. www.lorex.com translates to IP Address 18.104.22.168) 6. Click Submit Wireless to save your settings. Please allow a few moments for your camera to update.
Remote Cameras and Video Servers To configure channel options: 1. Under Channel Name, enter a name for the channel. 2. Under Model, select LOREX (default). 3. Under URL or IP Address, enter the IP Address or DDNS domain of the remote/additional camera.
System Use the System menu to access Advanced Parameter Settings to perform device maintenance and firmware upgrades. Figure 26.0 Advanced Parameters menu—Maintenance and upgrades Advanced Parameter Settings The restart your camera: • Restart Camera: Click Reboot to restart your camera. Wait a few moments for device to restart To restore factory defaults: •...
SYSTEM LOG Open the System Log to view all the activity related to the devices on your network. Changes to settings or configurations are listed in the System log. To open the System Log: > • Click Settings System Log Figure 27.0 System Log menu...
Open the Help screen to view support and contact information for DigiViewer. To open the Help screen: > • Click Settings Help Figure 28.0 Help screen The Help menu also displays DigiViewer information, system and software requirements, and a link to contact Lorex Customer Support.
• CD Software and Manuals • QSG (Quick Start guide) As our product is subject to continuous improvement, Lorex Technology & subsidiaries reserve the right to modify product design, specifications & prices without notice and without incurring any obligation. E&OE...
APPENDIX B: ADDING CAMERAS DigiViewer can let you view and control up to six Internet cameras simultaneously. To purchase additional LNE Series Internet cameras, please visit www.lorexcctv.com. Setting up Additional Cameras Following your camera’s quick start guide and instruction manual, set up the additional camera(s).
4. Under Network Configuration, enter a new Web port for the additional camera. By default, the Web port is 80. The new Web port must be different from that of the original camera. For example, change the Web port of the additional camera to 81. Figure 29.2 Change the Web port and streaming video port on your additional camera(s).
DDNS domain of the additional camera in the URL field combined with a new Web port. You will need to register the additional camera for Lorex’s FREE DDNS service prior to entering any DDNS information in the Channels menu.
Viewing Cameras Once your new cameras have been entered in the Channels menu, you can view them simultaneously in DigiViewer. To view cameras simultaneously: 1. Log in to your original camera using DigiViewer in your default browser. 2. Click Surveillance. If necessary, clic live viewing.
APPENDIX C: NETWORK CONNECTIVITY Your IP Device is designed to be controlled using your existing local network and the provided DigiConsole and DigiViewer software. You can also view your device remotely using Yoics Remote Access. 1. Connect the device to the router or switch using an Ethernet cable, and power on the device. NOTE: The device must be connected to the router prior to connecting power to the IP device.
Locating the IP and MAC addresses To find your IP and MAC addresses using DigiConsole: 1. Run DigiConsole from the software CD included with the product. 2. From the main menu, click Find to open the list of devices. DigiConsole automatically locates all available Internet cameras on the network.
APPENDIX D: ROUTER PORT FORWARDING In order to view the device remotely (over the Internet), follow the steps outlined on the following pages to setup a free DDNS Remote Access account. You will need to enable port forwarding on your router to allow for external communications with your device.
APPENDIX E: SETTING UP DDNS SERVICE Lorex offers a free DDNS server for use with your Internet camera. A DDNS account creates a website address that allows you to access your camera from a remote location. To setup your free Lorex DDNS account: 1.
Appendix E: Setting Up DDNS Service You will need this information for remote access to your system. Record your information below: Username: Domain name*: Password: * Only the first part of the Domain Name is required for setup on the system. For example, if the full domain sent is tomsmith on the system.
DDNS information. Click Surveillance to return to the main window to ensure the changes have been implemented. NOTE: If you have not already registered for free Lorex DDNS Register with DDNS Service Service, click remote access window to go to the Lorex DDNS website.
APPENDIX F: CONNECTING ALARM AND MOTION DEVICES This section is applicable to LNZ4001 Series models PTZ INTERNET CAMERA SENSOR Figure 35.0 Alarm block on rear panel of LNZ4001 cameras You can connect 12V alarm and motion devices to an LNZ4001 Series camera. When an alarm is triggered, the PTZ Internet camera can be set to automatically turn towards the triggered area.
APPENDIX G: REMOTE ACCESS WITH INTERNET EXPLORER You can access your device from a remote location without using DigiConsole. Figure 36.0 Access your device remotely using Internet Explorer To access your device remotely using Internet Explorer: • Open Internet Explorer, and enter the Local IP address of the camera (i.e. http://192.168.0.104 if inside the Local Network), or the Remote IP address of the camera (i.e.
Appendix G: Remote Access with Internet Explorer Internet Explorer Security Warnings Several security warnings may appear (based on your Internet Explorer settings) when launching DigiViewer in Internet Explorer. If not already installed on your system, you need to install ActiveX. You also need to grant DigiViewer and other related components or applications access to the Internet.
APPENDIX H: SETTING UP HTTP EVENTS Your Lorex Internet camera includes an advanced feature that allows you to enable HTTP Events. NOTE: HTTP Events require at least two cameras on the same network. HTTP Event means that if motion is detected, or an alarm is triggered on one camera, an event notification can be sent to another camera.
Appendix H: Setting Up HTTP Events 4. Click SET to open the Preset/Patrol Control pane. Figure 37.1 Click Set 5. Click Set to save the position as a preset. Entering HTTP Event Information With your preset saved, you must now enter the network information for Camera A as an HTTP Event.
Result Camera A will now turn to face Camera B when motion is detected by Camera B. Camera A (LNZ4001) Figure 37.3 HTTP Event trigger diagram When Camera B detects motion, such as an intruder, Camera A will immediately turn to face the doorway.
APPENDIX I: REBOOTING, RESETTING, AND RECALIBRATING THE CAMERA If you experience problems or errors with your camera, you may simply need to reset the camera. Your camera features both a software reboot and hardware reset, and can be restored to factory defaults.
Resetting the Camera If you are still experiencing problems with your camera, you can perform a hardware reset. To reset your camera: 1. Make sure the camera is powered on and connected to your network. 2. Using a pin, press and hold the Reset button on the rear panel of the camera for 10~15 seconds.
2. From the Lorex pop-up, click Complete Registration. The Register New Devices page opens. NOTE: Please watch for Yoics pop ups; if the pop up is does not include the LOREX logo, you can click Remind Me Later to continue with the setup.
3. To register the camera for Video Stream Service, enter a name for the camera in the Yoics Device Name text field and click Register Now. Video Stream will both be registered to your camera under "My Stuff." Figure 39.1 Register camera for Video Stream Service 4.
Appendix J: Registering, Removing, and Resetting Yoics Services 5. Enter a name for the camera in the Yoics Device name field and click Register Now. Figure 39.3 Register for Camera Viewer service Both Video Stream and Camera Viewer services are now registered to your camera and will appear under under "My Stuff."...
Removing Yoics Services If desired, you can remove Yoics services (Video Stream, Camera Viewer) from your camera. To remove Yoics services: 1. Log in to the Yoics website using your Yoics ID and password. 2. Under My Stuff, expand "Cameras". Click the icon next to the service you wish to remove. The Settings page for the selected service opens.
Appendix J: Registering, Removing, and Resetting Yoics Services Removing Services Using DigiViewer You can also remove all Yoics services registered to your camera using DigiViewer. To remove Yoics servics using DigiViewer: 1. Open DigiViewer in your default browser using DigiConsole or through the camera’s IP address/DDNS domain name.
Appendix J: Registering, Removing, and Resetting Yoics Services Troubleshooting Camera Registration If you still cannot see your camera after registering for Yoics services, use the Unregister and Enable check mark to retry renewing the connection to registration. 1. Open DigiViewer in your default browser using DigiConsole or through the camera’s IP address/DDNS domain name.