Drivers Lorex Cameras


1. Lorex Cloud‎ Setup (For Recorders)

This easy-to-use software installs in minutes providing you with an instant access to your Lorex IP cameras. Review up to 16 IP cameras simultaneously. Lorex L-View provides user with advanced, yet simple to use interface. New IP cameras can be added to the system in minutes - just enter the unique camera ID and password. Lorex is committed to providing top-of-the-line security products and service, but due to factors out of our control, we are preparing for potential interruptions in daily processes and possible delays in product production, distribution, shipping as well as longer call wait times for Technical Support and Customer Service.


DVR / NVR - How to format your USB flash drive on your recorder

To make sure you can transfer files to or from your recorder, it is essential that you first format your USB flash drive on the recorder before moving any file.

DVR / NVR - How to manually upgrade the firmware of your recorder

If your recorder is connected to a network, it will automatically receive firmware updates.

DVR / NVR - How to remove and install a new hard drive

The system comes with a pre-installed 3.5' SATA hard drive. You can replace the hard drive with one up to a maximum size of 10TB.

DVR / NVR - How to reset the password of your recorder

If you forget the password of your recorder, you will have to call our Technical Support and request for a temporary password.

DVR / NVR - How to restore your recorder’s display resolution to factory default

This troubleshooting guide will help you restore your recorder’s display output to factory default so that you can restore your monitor’s live view.

Fusion Collection - Frequently asked questions

The following FAQs answer many questions about the Lorex Fusion.

Fusion Collection - How to add the recorder to the Lorex Home app

As part of the Fusion Collection, you can now add your compatible recorder to the Lorex Home app.

Fusion Collection - Set up camera fusion via recorder

This guide is a convenient way of setting up your Wi-Fi camera with your recorder.

Fusion Collection - Troubleshooting

The following are some of the most common issues and possible solutions about the Lorex Fusion.
Drivers Lorex Cameras

N Series NVRs: Adding cameras from the LAN

N Series NVRs: Area search

N Series NVRs: Audio recording

N Series NVRs: Backing up video recordings

N Series NVRs: Changing the recorder’s output resolution

N Series NVRs: Configuring hard drive overwrite

N Series NVRs: Configuring motion detection

N Series NVRs: Configuring person & vehicle detection

N Series NVRs: Configuring recording quality


N Series NVRs: Playing back recorded video

N Series NVRs: Setting a recording schedule

N Series NVRs: Setting up email alerts


N Series NVRs: Smart search

Lorex Security Cameras Drivers

Popular Client Software and Mobile Apps

This page contains the updated list of all our current Client Software and Mobile Apps.

Technical Support - Frequently Asked Questions

We have curated these frequently asked questions (FAQs) to provide you with a quick and easy solution to technical issues regarding your Lorex product.

Top reasons your Lorex camera may lose video or go black

There are a multitude of reasons why your security camera may go black. The following list of potential issues will walk you through the process of identifying the root cause and do a quick f

I recently ran some tests to see if there are Lorex compatible IP cameras available from 3rd party manufacturers. CCTV Camera Pros gets calls from Lorex customers all the time; customers want to know if we have security cameras compatible with Lorex NVR. After running some tests, I found that Lorex NVRs support ONVIF compliant cameras.

I tested with the following IP camera manufacturers. They all support ONVIF.

In this article I will be going over how-to connect an ONVIF compliant IP cameras to a Lorex NVR.

If you are not familiar, ONVIF is a protocol that allows for easy integration between 3rd party devices. Although Lorex does not advertise it, as I am sure they would like you to believe their NVRs are only compatible with Lorex cameras; we found after in house tests their NVRs do support ONVIF protocol. So, hypothetically any ONVIF compliant camera should be compatible with Lorex brand Network Video Recorder. This is great news for people that do not want to be locked into Lorex brand cameras.

Prior to purchasing a camera we recommend that you ensure your Lorex NVR does support ONVIF protocol please go to SETUP > REMOTE DEVICE > MANUAL ADD > Click the PROTOCOL drop down and ensure ONVIF is listed as one of the protocols.

NOTE 2: The below method of adding a camera was done via the Lorex NVRs web interface. The DVRs GUI looks a bit different, however the method is the same.

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Another thing to note is if the camera is connected to the back of the NVRs POE ports with Ethernet cables, the NVR will automatically find the camera and connect to it as long as it is ONVIF compliant. For the sake of this article we did not plug the camera direct to the NVR . The cameras are connected to our main network via a separate POE switch and the NVR is plugged in via its LAN port to the same network.

1. To get started we will need to log into the Lorex NVR and go to SETUP > REMOTE DEVICE > DEVICE SEARCH
2. The NVR will search the current network for any cameras connected. You will simply need to select the the camera that you want to add to your Lorex NVR.
3. The cameras should now be listed in the lower box and will connect automatically
4. You should now see the ONVIF cameras you added to the NVR.
If you are interested in purchasing a security camera for your existing Lorex NVR , CCTV Camera Pros sells a bunch of options. At this time we carry 3 major brands, ZAVIO, GeoVision and Vivotek. All of which supply a wide variety of ONVIF compliant ip cams ranging from 1 megapixel to 8 megapixel resolution (4k) , indoor cameras, outdoor cameras, dome cameras, bullet cameras , night vision, POE etc.
NOTE: One thing to keep in mind when ordering cameras, is ONVIF does not always imply 100% support. For example we have found that when integrating cameras via ONVIF, sometimes PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) control of motorized cameras , audio and other functions may not work. However if you are looking for a simple fixed lens type camera integration, ONVIF should work perfectly.
If you prefer to get assistance from one of our system designers, please request a free consultation here or you can call us at 888-849-2288. We can assist with helping you select the best camera for your application and specific NVR.

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