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LNR300 Series 8-Channel Security NVR with HD IP Cameras

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8  Channels

4  Cameras

2TB  Hard Drive

1080p  Resolution

150/100ft  Night Vision

8  INTEGRATED PoE PORTS

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LNR300 Series 8-Channel Security NVR with HD IP Cameras

Imagine awareness technology so lifelike that it rivals reality. The Lorex LNR300 Series Network Video Recorder (NVR) brings surveillance recordings to life in HD. Record video in real-time (30 frames per second) on up to 8 channels with full 1080p resolution. Don't miss a single detail with the ultimate in recording resolution and picture quality in your corner.

Say goodbye to port forwarding and complex networking issues. The LNR300 Series is the first NVR with Lorex's quick-and-easy Stratus Connectivity - a cloud-based service that sets up a remote connection to your smartphone or tablet in minutes. Simply download the free app, scan the NVR's QR code and start monitoring your property in full HD. The exclusive app has a number of advanced features, such as playback mode and multi-camera viewing straight to your mobile device.

This NVR comes with a 100% duty cycle surveillance-grade hard drive to ensure you can monitor your property 24/7. Expand your storage space by up to 8TB (maximum of two 4TB hard drives) to suit your needs.

The LNR300 Series features a simplified installation that saves time when setting up your cameras. The auto-detect function automatically discovers and configures compatible IP cameras on the same local network as the NVR. Simply connect your cameras to the built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports using a single Cat5E Ethernet cable - no power supply required. The LNR300 Series features a simplified installation that saves time when setting up your cameras. The auto-detect function automatically discovers and configures compatible IP cameras on the same local network as the NVR. Simply connect your cameras to the built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports using a single Cat5E Ethernet cable - no power supply required.

The NVR is packaged with high-performance 1080p IP cameras to bring a heightened level of detail and clarity to your home or business surveillance needs. The end result of stunning high definition video of your home or business provides you with that crucial peace-of-mind you need. The cameras feature advanced Digital Noise Reduction combined with Spatial Noise Reduction, delivering a cleaner, more accurate image, with better clarity, sharpness, greater disc space for storage, and improved motion detection. High-powered Infrared LED's deliver outstanding night vision range up to 150ft away in ambient lighting and up to 100ft away in total darkness, ensuring extremely clear HD viewing in all low-light conditions.

The Lorex LNR300 Series NVR paired with 1080p IP cameras combine the fluidity of real-time recording with stunning HD picture quality for a surveillance experience more lifelike than ever before. Stay forever present no matter where life takes you to, confident that your world is being watched over by an especially keen eye.

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Model no.: LNR300-Series

24/7 100% Duty cycle hard drive pre-installed

24/7 100% Duty cycle hard drive pre-installed

The hard drives are designed to work in a security environment, including simultaneous recording & playback from various streams.

Flexible installation

Flexible installation

Variety of installation options are available.

HDTV Ready

HDTV Ready

High definition interface with HDMI output for easy connection to a TV

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Stephen

Location: Macon
Date : November 4, 2013

I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of this new package. When can we expect the LNR300 with the 4 and 8 camera packages to be available?

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Home User

Location: Home
Date : November 26, 2013

Bought this system after doing some research into 1080p camera systems. I also own a 960H system at work and the quality of the image is far superior with this system. The NVR works great, lots of system options. If you aren't an IT specialist, the QR scan code on the top of the NVR sets up the cell phone app easily so that you can avoid port forwarding your router(s), but here is the catch--the video is sent to Lorex Servers in the cloud first and then back to your cell phone/tablet/PC--the video then is choppy, slow and unreliable--SO, I ended up port forwarding my two routers (wireless and ISP) which was complicated for me, and required a call to Lorex support for help. BUT, now the video on my cell/PC is very fast, reliable, and quite good, even off of LTE networks on regular 4G. Power-Over-Ethernet cabling is awesome and more streamlined than the old cabling. Night vision is great, but the high definition day images are amazing. This was a great purchase and worth the extra money over lower resolution camera systems.

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Landonpika

Location: Memphis, TN
Date : December 6, 2013

Purchased this product with no previous knowledge about security systems. Easy to set up and great picture quality. Lots of options. May end up adding a camera or two that can be panned and zoomed. Also, like previous reviewer I will probably end up port forwarding in the future for better picture on handheld devices.

Overall very satisfied and would recommend to friends and family.

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Pinetrees

Location: Cleveland Ohio
Date : December 11, 2013

Only having the system a few days I cant comment long term, however the quality of the product out of the box is superior to other systems I have owned or seen.
The HD is far superior to the 780Dpi I am replacing. The standard 100' cables make the routing and install of cables a breeze. I was able to get the apps loaded and viewing on my I Pad and I Phone in minutes. A call to support with questions was satisfactory other than a long wait.
The support software setup is intuitive and easy to use.
Don't consider cheaper systems you wont be happy.

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Charles

Location: Whidbey Island Washington
Date : December 16, 2013

Everything went to work right out of the box. Very impressive. I registered by telephone and had the system operational in about an hour (not including running a CAT5e cable to the back door.) the picture, in color, is so clear, I know we made the right choice having a lot of capability up front in the camera. We are just now beginning to explore all the other features; however, I expect it to go well as the point and click menu is very logical.

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Gavin

Location: Alabama
Date : December 24, 2013

Did a bunch of research and decided on this system. Out of the box, I was impressed with the quality of the cameras, NVR, and cables. Installation was easy once camera locations were decided on and the most difficult part was reaching the higher locations and fishing the cables through the attic. Cable length was no problem throughout a 3,000 sq/ft., two-story home. I ran the HDMI cable to a small monitor next to the NVR in a closet. Fan noise from the NVR is nearly non-existent and no louder than my laptop. The system, once connected, has been up and running for days with no hiccups. The video quality is excellent and the IR lamps on the cameras light my driveway and yard sufficiently at night. Could not be more pleased with the entire system. The OS on the NVR is simple and I felt comfortable navigating through the menus after just a few minutes. The only negative thing I can say is that remote viewing from my laptop, while possible, has lots of bugs and does not work smoothly. Features such as snapshotting the camera's views doesn't work. Also, either I haven't found the right app, or I'm just doing something wrong, but I can get my phone to recognize the NVR so viewing the cameras that way doesn't work. I didn't buy this system for that purpose, I just required that the system records so that I can go back and review the footage should a break-in occur, and copy any recordings of a suspect to a thumb drive for police.

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EB

Location: Vancouver Island
Date : December 26, 2013

No real experience with analog systems. These network based cameras are pretty easy to set up. All plug and play. The POE makes the hook ups simple and so can be quite remote from a power source. Hookup to the cloud and Android smart phone was as easy as advertised. I have a new phone and the longest part was figuring out how to read the QR code. Phone viewing performance is better than I expected ( on WIFI ). Live view on a PC is OK but playback is a bit sluggish. I think I will look at port settings maybe can improve but I think the problem is my slow upload speed ( DSL 6 MBit/S download ) and the fact that the recorded video is higher quality than the live feed. The browser interface works best for me for local intranet use as I don't have a monitor set up on the NVR box itself. Having some issues with the indicated time stamp on the playback bar at the bottom of the Browser playback screen. It is always out by exactly 1 hour from the picture time stamp? Camera setting adjustment is quite slick. I have found that the sensitivity for motion recording needs to be near 1 to avoid triggering on bugs. Stills picks me up every time at that setting. Overall pretty cool, I would like to buy a couple of more cameras but they are quite high $$$.

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Tonyv

Location: Vaughan,Ontario
Date : December 29, 2013

Just received my Lorex LNR380 and am excited to get this system installed. Looks like ill be waiting a few months for this winter cold to end before i get to the install. I did a quick connect of all 4 camera's indoors and all is well. Great clear picture and good night vision from all 4 camera's. I'll be adding another 2 1080p camera's at time of install.

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Dan

Location: Pennsylvania
Date : January 4, 2014

You have to look up the documentation and utility for remote viewing online, but that is the only way to get the most up-to-date material anyway. Spend a few minutes reading and the setup and operation become clear. This system is as user friendly as it gets. Do not be intimidated that this is a network based system, the quality of video and ease of function are practically unbelievable. If you are not satisfied with the result, you obviously don't know much about closed circuit surveillance or local network headache. The LNR363 that I have is the best system I have ever seen for the price, period!

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James

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date : January 13, 2014

I purchased this system for home monitor and so far I'm very happy with it. I got the six camera system (4 bullets & 2 domes). I first tested the system in my living room with all six cameras connected and recording. After I was confident that everything works like it should, I wired in the cameras around my house. The videos from the cameras are very clear and I'm able to identify faces from pretty far away. (I like the feature where you can zoom in on an area during playback to see the faces more clearly.) I signed up for the DDNS feature so that I can remotely view the system from anywhere through the internet. Overall I think this is a great system for the price and more than adequate for my home surveillance needs.

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Shane

Location: Henderson, NV
Date : January 14, 2014

I work in the IT field and as with every product we get, I spend HOURS and HOURS researching them before making a commitment for purchase. The purchase of our Lorex LNR363C9B (1080p High Definition, 6 bullet cameras, 3 dome cameras, 3 TB DNR with additional switch for support up to 16 cameras) from Costco was no exception. I decided to buy from Costco because their return policy is extremely liberal. If I don't like it for any reason (up to 1 year), I could return it for a full refund.

Prior to receiving the system, I went through the entire manual (PDF version) to get myself acquainted with the product. When we finally got the system, I hooked up 1 camera to our router and began going through the manual again, step by step. In a short amount of time, I had the system functional.

Over the next several days, I dedicated an hour here and there to getting additional things set up. The wife and I both have Iphones, so first on the list was getting all of our I-Devices set up to monitor the camera remotely - Check. Next step was to set up the DDNS so we could access the system from a remote PC - Check. Next, was to get the motion detection set up on the camera so certain parts detect movement and other areas are ignored - check.

Today, I set up a GMAIL account so that the system could send us Email push notifications with still shot attachments whenever the camera detected movement. We can turn this on or off at will. When we leave the house for any length of time - this will be turned on!

Throughout the whole process, I have gotten stuck on a couple of things. Tech Support has been EXTREMELY helpful! Funny how when researching this system, this is the one and only bad remark I heard about Lorex. Either they did a dramatic turnover with their Tech Support or the comment was posted by a competitor because I was very impressed!

I would HIGHLY recommend this system! I just can't wait for Lorex to release their 1080P PTZ camera which will be going on the front of the house and tied into this NVR! It will be awesome! Customer Service said it should be around May time frame.

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Puertorican

Location: Florida
Date : January 16, 2014

I Bought in Costco LNR382C6b December 30 2013 now is January 16 2014 and is running perfectly.. I called Lorex yesterday and they helped me configure the email alert message .. This product is great and very easy to understand.

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Ken

Location: Sacramento, CA
Date : January 16, 2014

I haven't had the opportunity to fully setup my system yet but so far I am very impressed with the quality of the equipment itself as well as the clarity of the picture and functionality of the night vision. I actually purchased a lower end system before this one, but while it was being shipped I continued to research surveillance systems and realized that the picture quality of HD was what I was looking for. The HD picture seemed to have a much better chance of actually getting a license plate or a very good description of a subject as opposed to a generic image of something.

Plus if you're going to take all the time and energy to wire in a system, you're much better off wiring cat5 as opposed to analog to allow for easier upgrades in technology.

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jbr

Location: Alabama
Date : January 17, 2014

ordered the 3rd system from Costco and received within 4 days. Eagerly I went to work hooking the system up . It takes about 1/2 a day to plan the best location for camera placement and configuration to send email alerts, etc. The viewing angle for these cameras is about 25% wider than the 600-700 line cameras that I was replacing. Great clarity. Glad the HD 1080P revolution has gotten affordable.

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Appledoodle

Location: Lago Vista, Texas
Date : January 17, 2014

I bought the Lorex Stratus Vantage LNR382 system with 4 outdoor security cameras and 2 outdoor dome cameras from Costco. I wanted HD at 1080p resolution, recorded events, complete control of my own operation and importantly the ability to do all of this from my Mac computer, iPhone and iPad. I know that this was a lot of "wants" but I got exactly what I wanted. I am not a computer nerd but do use a Mac and all this needed to be incredibly easy for my old brain. In short, it was and is! This was an incredibly easy and intuitive experience for me with only a little difficulty using my iPad with all of this. Once I had a handle on that all was perfect! My house was wired already for every possible contingency for security so I was able to pick what type of connectivity I wanted to use. In my case the POE was easy and important and the Lorex system allowed my to keep all wires completely hidden. I have gone on vacation and was able to see and control my entire system via the internet from hundreds of miles away with only a slight delay in reaction to changes that I wanted to make to cameras for clarity. I highly recommend this system to anyone who knows what they want to begin with and probably even for those who do not really know what that is....it is all there when you want it to be!!!

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