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LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera
Item No.:10969

LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera

239,00 EUR
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  • Livezugriff + Alarm via Handy
  • Tag/Nacht-Funktion
  • Minikamera


LUPUSNET HD - IP Kamera Livebild
Maximum details - minimal dimensions
Small and unobtrusive IP camera with 1080 - the new LUPUSNET LE969
The LUPUSNET HD - LE969 is a professional 2 megapixels surveillance camera with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 30 FPS. This camera is easy to install and trumps with its excellent equipment and unbeatable pricing. Thus, the LUPUSNET HD - LE969 is your reliable ally for any challenge. This mini dome camera has a small, easy to install chassis and an integrated microphone. Additionally, high performance H.264 compression, accessability via ethernet, and 3GPP live streaming guarantee excellent transmissions in any network.
 intuitive IP Kamera Software
The IP camera menu

Easy to install - easy to use
The camera menu was specially developed to allow simple and intuitive usage of all the functions of this camera series. Nevertheless, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us!
Bewegungserkennung der IP-Kamera
Options: motion detection

The new LUPUSNET HD motion detection
Our IP camera series has a novel motion detection function which will drastically reduce the amount of false alarms. An alarm will only be triggered if an object or person moves for a certain, adjustable amount of time in a defined area. You can adjust the sensitivity (0-10), the intensity (0-10), and the amount of time (instant or 3-10 seconds) required to trigger an alarm. In the example, you see that an alarm will only be triggered if an object moves for at least three seconds and if the amplitude of the motion detection is above the set intensity (red line).

kostenlose ip kamera software inklusive
Free of charge: 36 chanel video recording software

LUPUSNET HD Lite - free clientsoftware included!
  • Supports up to 36 LUPUSNET HD - cameras
  • FullHD dual monitor support with 1080p
  • H.264, MPEG4, MJPEG compression
  • 3 different recording options
  • Calendrical record search
  • Saves files in AVI and JPG format
  • Video- and audio-recordings
  • PTZ control, digital zoom, e-maps
  • FTP-upload and live stream web integration
  • Audio broadcast
  • Dual-streaming (max. resolution in fullscreen, reduced resolution with multiple images)

Finden Sie schnell die Daten der Kamera
Search less - find more!

Find your video recordings faster
The perfect counterpart of a sophisticated hardware is a professional software. Hence, we include a software which will satisfy all your needs. The search option lists all recordings, thus, you will quickly find any file needed. Additionally, if a motion is registered, the software can protect you from intruders by sending you an email and triggering an external alarm.
Zugriff per APP möglich
iPhone + Android APP

Free of charge: iPhone and Android APP

Our free iPhone and Android APP allows you to view the live stream of your cameras, to watch and download the recordings from the sd card, and to start an audio transmission.
The APP is compatible with all LUPUSNET cameras (except the LE 200) and all LUPUSNET recorders, as well as, the LE 904 and 909.

You can download the free APP in the following stores:

Zugriff per APP möglich

Zugriff per APP möglich

Tech. Data

LUPUSNET HD - LE969 Network Camera


CPU Multimedia SoC
Flash 16MB
Image sensor 1/4'' (6.35mm) CMOS Sensor
Sensitivity 0.2 Lux colour (AGC on), 0.1 B/W
Resolution 1920x1080@30fps, 1280x800@30fps, 1280x720@30fps, 640x480@30fps, 320x240@30fps, 176x144@30fps
DC iris Fixed, 2.8 @ F1.8
Angle of vision 76° (horizontally)
46 (vertically)
ICR Mechanical pivoted IR cut filter
Night-vision range 5m (5.4 yards)
I/O 1 DI / 1 DO
SD-card slot Yes, MicroSD up to 32GB (not included)
Video output -
Audio Internal microphone
Audio output Yes, external line output
Power over Ethernet (POE) Yes, IEEE-Standard 802.3af
Power consumption Via mains adapter DC 12V 500mA: 2.4W / 3W with IR
Via PoE: 3.36W / 4.32W with IR
Working environment -10°C ~ 50°C (14F ~ 122F)
Dimensions 100mm Ø x 49 (H) mm (3.9 inch Ø x 1.9 inch (H))
Protection class -
Weight 180g (0.39 pounds)
Place of installation Ceiling


Server Name Name of the camera - up to 22 characters
LED Indicator -
Language English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Chinese (traditional), Portuguese, Polish, Japanese
OSD Settings Time Stamp enabled / disabled, dynamical text display
Time Settings Date format, time zone, NTP server, synchronised with your PC, manual
User management Anonymous login on / off, add user, user list
Admin options Firmware update, reboot, factory default, export and inport configuration files


Network protocol IPv6, IPv4, HTTP, HTTPS, SNMP, QoS/DSCP, Access list, IEEE 802.1X, RTSP, TCP/ IP, UDP, SMTP, FTP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, NTP, UPnP, 3GPP, SAMBA, Bonjour
Ethernet connection Yes, 10/100 Base-T
Wireless -
Encryption (WLAN) -
IP options IP assignment via webbrowser or seperate IP Finder (DHCP / static), IPv6 assignment (DHCP), Port assignment (HTTP & HTTPS), UPnP (Portforwarding / HTTPS / RTSP), RTSP Server (Authentification / start port / end port), Multicast Streaming (2 Streams), ONVIF (v.2.4.2, v.1.01, off, security, RTSP), Bonjour, Link Layer Topology Disconvery (LLTD)
PPPoE PPPoE username and password, send mail after PPPoE dialed
DDNS On / off, supported provider:,,,,
HTTPS Request / show certificate, Connection Types (HTTP / HTTPS, both)
SNMP Simple Network Management Protokoll (IPX Novell /NetWare, AppleTalk), Versions: SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, SNMPv3 (SNMPv1/v2c Trap)
IP access list Allow / Deny access of up to 10 IPv4 addresses
QoS/DSCP Quality of Service / Differentiated Services
IEEE 802.1x Authentification and autorisation, CA certificate / client certificate / client private key
Server options Mail settings (TLS / SSL) with JPG image, FTP settings (Port / Path), SAMBA (Network storage) with JPG image or up to 10 seconds AVI-video

A/V Settings

Image settings Privacy mask (up to 3 areas), image settings (Brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, sharpness, AGC, shutter time (Shutter), Sens-Up, D-WDR, video orientation (flip / mirror), day & night (light sensor mode, time mode, day, night, synchronise with DI input), IR LED on/off, denoise 3D and 2D
Video settings Video system (PAL/NTSC), Stream 1 and 2: resolution, profile, quality, video bitrate, video frame rate, GOP size, video format (H.264/JPEG), RTSP path, 3GPP streaming settings
Audio IP camera to PC (enabled/disabled), Audio type: G.711 (64Kbit), G.726 (24Kbit), G.726 (32Kbit), Volume (Microphone input / Line out)
Live video stream options Image size (default, 1/2, x1, x2), Streaming channel (1, 2), Audiochat (on, off), DO out (on, off), right click menu (snapshot, start / stop local record, mute, full screen, digital zoom 0-400%, frame buffer)

Event Settings

Motion detection 3 areas with 10 adjustable sensitivity levels, motion chart and motion time function
Motion setting E-Mail (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
FTP (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
Relay activation,
Save on SD card (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
SAMBA (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
motion notify to HTTP server (e.g. SMS dispatch, 3 areas selectable)
Pre and postalarm Prealarm 0 - 5 seconds, postalarm 0 - 5 seconds
Schedule Tabular (Mo-So, 0-24h)
Snapshot enabled / disabled, interval 1 - 50000 seconds, free choice of file name
Save/send snapshots to E-Mail account, FTP, SD card, Samba
I/O-options Sensor input (5V open / close), N.O./N.C. selectable, send to email, schedule
Action at sensor input E-Mail (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
FTP (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
Relay activation,
Save on SD card (image or 10 seconds video attachment), SAMBA (image or 10 seconds video attachment),
motion notify to HTTP server (e.g. SMS dispatch, 3 areas selectable)
Output Setting Modes: On/Off switch, time controlled (1-60 seconds)
Log List System Logs, Motion Detection Logs, I/O Logs, All Logs
Software- / NVR- / NAS-Support Alnet, Artec, go1984, QNAP, Synology, Aver, Logilink, Geovision, Milestone (as well as all other that support ONVIF 2.10)

System requirements

Operating system Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Windows 7, Microsoft IE 6.0 or later
Recomended hardware Intel Dual Core 1.66G, RAM: 1024MB, grafic board: 128MB
Required hardware Intel-C 2,8G, RAM:512MB, grafic board: 64MB


LUPUSNET HD Network camera LE969 Software LUPUSNET HD Lite
Manual Quick User Manual for the camera, manual for the software and camera on CD
Mains adapter 12V 1A  
Datenblatt - LUPUSNET HD LE969
1.28 MB
Datenblatt - LUPUSNET HD - LE969
Handbuch - LUPUSNET HD (E) Kameraserie
3.05 MB
Aktuelles VE User Manual Version 2.3
Lupusnet HD Software User manual
3.15 MB
Lupusnet HD Software User manual
Firmware - LUPUSNET HD (E) FW
8.86 MB
LUPUSNET HD - (E) Firmware VE1.0.20.20_Lu
Software - Lupus IP Finder für Windows
1.91 MB
IP Kamera Installer zum Suchen, Einrichten und Updaten der Lupusnet HD Kameras, Rekorder + LUPUSEC Alarmzentralen Version 1.0.8
Software - Lupus IP Finder für Mac OS
141 KB
IP Kamera Installer zum Suchen und Einrichten der Lupusnet HD Kameras, Rekorder + LUPUSEC Alarmzentralen Version 1.2
Software - LUPUSNET HD SD Downloader
399 KB
Mit dem LUPUSNETHD SD Downloader können Sie manuell oder automatisiert Ihre SD-Kartendaten von unseren LUPUSNET HD-Kameras (ausgenommen der LE200) herunterladen, ohne auf die Kameras einzeln zugreifen zu müssen. So lässt sich eine beliebige Video-Aufnahme (nicht einzelne Bilder) einfach und schnell finden und downloaden.
Frequently Asked Questions

What do I have to do to get remote access to my Lupus device?

How can I access my router?

In order to gain access to your devices via the internet, you have to set up a port forwarding in your router. In case you do not know the IP address of your router, you can find in the following way:

Windows PCMAC
  • Start the command interface
    Type in "cmd" in the start menu (without quotation marks)
  • Type in “ipconfig”
  • Standardgateway is the IP address of your router
  • Open the system settings
  • Click on network
  • Select your current network connection (Ethernet or WLAN)
  • The tab TCP/IP lists the IP address of your router
  • How do I set up a port forwarding in my router?

    A1 Hybrid BoxAllnet RouterArcor RouterAsus Router
    Belkin RouterCISCO EPC3928D-Link RouterD-Link HorstBox
    Fritz!BoxFritz!Box (ab Firmware 8.63)Hitron RouterHitron Router (neuere Firmware)
    Horizon BoxLINKSYS RouterO2 BoxSpeedport (W 502V, W 722V)
    Speedport (W 912V)Speedport SmartTelekom Digitalisierungsbox
    (offizielles Anleitungsvideo)
    TP-Link Router
    unitymedia - Kabel BWUPC Connect BoxUPC RouterVodafone EasyBox
    Vodafone EasyBox 904ZyXEL Speedlink 6501
    *Currently, there are only German manual available

    How do I access my device?

    After you have created a port forwarding as described in the manuals above, you can access your device by typing in the following address in your web browser:

    The real command would look similar to the following:

    Which port do I need to forward in my router?

    In the following table, the internal ports of our devices are listed:

    DeviceInternal port
    XT1 / XT280
    XT2 Plus443 (SSL encrypted - recommended) or 80 (not encrypted)
    LE 9xx cameras80
    LE 20080 (older firmware versions 88)
    LE 201 / LE 203TCP 80, TCP 37777, TCP 1935, and UDP 37778 (see FAQ LUPUSTEC → General → "Required port forwarding for an access via internet")
    Recorder HDTV / NVR / HD-SDITCP 80 and TCP 37777 and UDP 37778 (see FAQ LUPUSTEC → General → "Required port forwarding for an access via internet")

    Change the standard password of any device you allows to be accessed from the internet!

    last updated - 04/05/2018

    How do I activate the Lupus ddns service in my Fritz!Box?

    In the settings of you Fritz!Box, you need to open the menu "Internet" → Permit Access" → "Dynamic DNS" and insert the following information:

    As "Dynamic DNS Provider" please select "Custom."

    Update-URL (do not change the following command):<domain>

    Please insert your lupus ddns name – e.g.

    Please insert the user name of your Lupus ddns account

    Please insert the password of your Lupus ddns account

    last updated - 04/05/2017

    Which App can I use?

    DeviceAndroidiOSWindows Phone
    XT1 / XT1 Plus / XT2 (Plus) / XT3LUPUSECLUPUSECAccess possible via webbrowser
    Network cameras (LE9xx)LUPUSECLUPUSNET HDIP CENTCOM / Ip Cam Soft Pro / Webcam PI
    Older IP recorder (LE 904 / 909)LUPUSNET HDLUPUSNET HD-
    Older analogue recorder (LE800 / + / D1)SoCatchSoCatchiWatch DVR

    Please note that we are not liable for any problems that might occur while using Apps that were note developed by us.

    last updated - 02/20/2018

    How can I connect my IP camera with my XT alarm panel?

    You can integrate the live stream of your IP camera into the XT alarm panel with the following command:
    • username - Username of the camera
    • password - Password of the camera
    • - please insert your DDNS address or the local IP address of the camera here
      • Please note: if you choose the local IP address, the live stream can only be displayed while you are connected with your local network.
    • 1000 - please insert the external port you selected for the port forwarding of the camera in your router (only access via DDNS) or the local port of the camera (only local access).

    Please note: Streaming 2 needs to be activated in the video settings of the camera.

    Please note: the live stream cannot be displayed in Internet Explorer.

    Please note: The LUPUSNET HD - LE200 requires a different command:


    You can integrate any IP camera that has an MJPEG stream. Please contact the manufacturer of your camera to ask for the required command to access this stream.

    last updated - 11/14/2017

    Why do I no longer get a live stream in my browser / Why is it no longer possible to install the plugin?

    Firefox has discontinued the activeX plugin support in the latest Firefox Version (52). Hence, it is not possible anymore to activate this plugin

    Currently, new solution for a reliable video stream are developed. However, this is still an ongoing process.

    There a various shout-term solutions until an alternative for the plugin are available:

    Please use only the 32-bit versions of these browsers!

    last updated - 07/03/2017

    LE 966, 967, 968, 969, 971, 981, 982 - How do I restore the factory default of my IP camera?

    In order to completely reset (factory default) your IP camera, please use the following instructions:

    • Disconnect the camera from its power source and from the ethernet cable
    • Press an hold the reset button in the camera
    • Connect the camera again to a power source
    • Hold the reset button for about one minute while the camera is connected to a power source
    • After one minute, you can disconnect the camera again from its power source and stop to hold the reset button
    • After you have connected the camera again with your network, the camera will have the static IP address
    last updated - 03/22/2017

    Why can't I see the live stream of the camera / why does the camera plugin not work (64 bit browser)?

    In case you do not see the live stream of the camera after you have installed the plugin and restarted the browser (open the browser with right click → execute as administrator), you should check if you use a 32 bit or 64 bit browser. Currently, the camera plugin is only optimised for 32 bit browsers and cannot be run by a 64 bit browser.

    In case you use a 64 bit browser, you need to install a 32 bit browser.

    last updated - 04/04/2017

    Why am I not receiving an image of my network camera with Windows 10?

    Please use the Internet Explorer instead of the Edge browser.

    last updated - 03/22/2017

    How much storage space do I need?

    Please note that these are estimated record times for a continuous recording. However, the record time of a continuous recording is influenced by the amount of movement in the image - the more movement there is, the more storage space is required.

    Thus, these times can only serve as an indication of the storage space you might require.

    The record time is estimated for one camera with 25 frames per second.

    ResolutionStorage spaceEstimated record time
    720p32Gb21 hours
    1080p32Gb9 hours
    720p1Tb28 days
    1080p1Tb12 days
    last updated - 04/04/2017

    What happens when the SD card of the camera is full?

    When the SD card of the camera is full, the oldest records will be deleted automatically and replaced with new ones. You do not need to delete the recordings manually.

    last updated - 03/22/2017

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