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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.

Compatibility Notice
High definition IP camera This NVR is compatible with Lorex IP cameras that use PoE for power and data transmission over Ethernet cables. This HD NVR is not compatible with analog, HD-SDI, HD-CVI or third-party IP cameras. Click here for full camera compatibility list.

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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JustAnotherShmoe

Location: My House
Date : September 22, 2014

Writing a review to get the free 1 year warranty extension. I think it is bad business to withhold warranty without a review.. And I wonder how many negative reviews get deleted from the site (since it *IS* a Lorex site!). Anyway, here goes..

The system was easy to set up and use. Very "plug and play". I am not happy that it seems all of my video is accessible to Lorex, as their viewer app does NOT require modification to the firewall. That means, the NVR opens a connection outbound to the Lorex servers, making my system available to them. I see no way to disable this "feature". As soon as I have time, I will configure my firewall to not allow this connection in the first place.

Video quality is very sharp, and clear. Even the night vision is better than I expected. I guess that is more a function of the cameras than the NVR. Another disappointment I had was that to add 2 more cameras to the system cost me 40% of what the initial "kit" cost (which came with the NVR, and 6 cameras). Maybe that is part of the marketing plan? Either way, I was not happy about it.

My biggest complaint is TECH SUPPORT. I had an issue where Fast Forward would not work on my laptop. Long story short, *I* figured out that my laptop was not powerful enough to do the fast forward (apparently the work is done on the laptop, not the NVR- bad design). After waiting on hold for 2 hrs to tech support, spending another hour on the phone with a tech (and then a supervisor- both who were VERY NICE, and POLITE.. just not that helpful) I installed the software on another (newer) computer, and it worked.

I did the permanent install just yesterday (after a week of testing). I'd say it is "ok". It does what I need for a competitive price. I can return it to Costco if I decide I hate it.. But so far, the good outweighs the bad.

When do I get confirmation on my 2nd year of warranty?

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Aub

Location: Ponte Vedra
Date : September 18, 2014

I purchased the LNR363 system from Costco. It came with 9 camera ( 6 point type and 3 dome). My son and I had previously installed this same type system at his house and I was aware how easy it was to install. There is only one Ethernet cable to each camera which is really simple to hook up. In fact I probably would not have bought any video system if I had to run both power and video cables to each camera.
Bigest challenge was deciding how to get the wire to the camera and how to position the cameras.
The DVR for this unit only has 8 connection ports for cameras. I purchased 2 additional cameras so I had 3 cameras more than connection ports. The Lorex kit I bought came with a separate switch that can connect up to 8 additional cameras. I was a little nervous about how well this would work since you have to add another Ethernet cable to your modem. It worked great no problems just plugged camera into port and used appropriate commands and the 3 additional cameras displayed right away on the TV screen. I am really impressed with the clarity of the cameras. Even my wife is amazed how clear the picture is. The remote viewing capability was extremely simple to get set up. WE can view the camera on our TV, MAC computer , IPads, and iPhones. I highly recommend this system. It did take a long time (1 hour) to get through to technical support when I called them about a technical issue. The tech was however very helpful.

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Luke

Location: West Virginia
Date : September 18, 2014

I purchased the LNR382C6B series with 4 bullet and 2 dome cameras from B&H Photo for $999.99 on 09/27/14. So far I only have 3 cameras up and working with no problems other then having a nightmare running cable through the attic and to the end points where I wanted them placed. Biggest glitch I have is with the Stratus software locking up and not responding when I click on it in the Main View screen running on my PC and monitors. I called support and they recommended to uninstall the software and then reinstall. I went through that procedure, but still have the same problem. I have no problems whenever I access the Main View screen on my HD TV and the supplied mouse though. Also the instructions could of been much better on setting these up, but I've managed to make do through trial and error. I'm still on a learning curve and for now I would recommend this system as it does what it's intended for and the price was reasonable.

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JAC

Location: Truckee
Date : September 16, 2014

I Upgraded after 3 years with starter unit. It worked great but I wanted a sharper picture. I got the 8 camera LNR380, 1080p system. So far it work great, pictures are HD and much better to see details. I needed some tech support. It might take some time to get through, but when you do, they try to be very helpful. They fixed all my problems so far and said, call back if I have any more.

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snowram73

Location: Calgary Alberta Canada
Date : September 15, 2014

I just have recently purchased the NVR system from Costco it was super easy to set up and it is running for a week pretty flowles Picture quality is very good I wander do how it is going to perform in colder weather a bit too early to say. I did upgrade from Coax camera system what i had on my previous home love the idea on POE only once cable to power the cameras, wish the smart phone app would have a better response as I am not able to play any recorded footage I have a Galxy Not 3 and the timeline number are so small even my 20/20 vision cant see it:) and have no picture when accessing playback will contact customer care maybe they will resolve the isuue. will recommend the system to friends

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ds9

Location: Canada
Date : September 15, 2014

Just bought this system, I don't have it installed yet in it's location, but I have took it out of the box and configured it, I was straight forward in setting up the unit. It was easier the second, I had to configure a similar for my brother. It took me about 45 minutes to configure first unit, because had to figure out the unit first

Once I have this unit in production I will see how good the features are. Will post more later

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Don

Location: California
Date : September 14, 2014

Upgrading from a Q-See DVR in an attempt to get better facial recognition and license plate capture. The image clarity is great (be sure to use a quality monitor). So far the unit is working well but it is clear that a camera specifically made for license plate capture will be better than the ones that come with the NVR. So far I find the software difficult to work with- it is not as intuitive as Q-See's. For instance, capturing an image and then working with it- adjusting brightness and contrast, zooming in, etc. is not as clean as I'd like it to be. I've dropped it from 5 stars because tech support is lacking. I had a simple question regarding how many of the wires in the cat5 cable bundle the camera actually uses. The wait time was 40 MINUTES for phone tech support, so I decided to be patient and use their email system. 24 hours later I get a response and it wasn't an answer- it said call tech support. Seriously? Glad I put the installation project on hold for 24 hours for that. I've got a few more hurdles to get this up and running- I really hope I don't need any more tech support after that response. If this is representative of their average wait times, I'd say its time to hire more help. I'll be back in a week for an update.

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HDfan

Location: Halifax NS
Date : September 14, 2014

Very pleased with the ease of installation
Motion detection works very well
Quality of the video is excellent

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Paps

Location: Miami
Date : September 14, 2014

I replaced a 3 year Lorex system with this LH03081TC4. The setup was easy. The cameras are an improvement than the old ones. Playback and recording functions could be easier. Great product for the price.

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Business & Home User

Location: Charlotte, NC
Date : September 12, 2014

Easy simple to install and configure. Configured and tested it first before mounting the cameras.. Has been working with no issues indoor and outdoor for more then 70+ days.

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Bret

Location: Evansville
Date : September 11, 2014

I hired a security company to install a complete 8 camera system. After spending $3000.00, 3 weeks of the no-name brand not working properly plus making call after call to get the system repaired, I was total unhappy with the system and told them to to take the system out.

I Looked online and comparing Cameras and systems for a couple of weeks and still kept coming back to Lorex.

I called the sales team up and told them what I was looking for and within 10 min. on the phone I had ordered a 12 camera system with higher resolution and a larger 3 TB storage capacity for less money. The sale team said "it would take about 2 weeks to be delivered, but I recieved the system in 4 days.

I have to admit that I thought Installation was going to be to be hard, but the Plug and Play made the job so easy. I installed 12 cameras using the 100' pre-connected cat 5 cables and got everything working right the first time.

Thank you Lorex for a GREAT SYSTEM!!!!!!

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elordude

Location: Oregon
Date : September 10, 2014

Bought a system with 6 cameras at Costco, it came with 2TB disk, I added a 3TB WD Red drive for a total of 5TB of storage. I'm not sure how long it will be able to store before overwriting but it looks like over a month.

Installation is pretty simple, I love the fact that the cameras are PoE because it simplify installation significantly. Cameras are recognized immediately by the software, not individual setup required. The desktop software is great - you are able to do everything that can be done at the local interface remotely. Phone and table software is a little bit slow and buggy but it works.

Cameras are a little bit expensive but image quality is great during the and night - one of them look grainy at night but it is pretty far up from the ground where the IR light can not reach well - i would say within 50ft you will get crisp images day or night - above that the night images start getting grainy - day images are great regardless of distance.

Motion detection works great - you are able to search through the event for each camera and visit the footage immediately.

Overall i'm pretty happy with he system

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Chesteruser

Location: Chester
Date : September 9, 2014

Excellent product. The HD allows you to see good detail. The POE camera saves having to run a separate power cable.

I would have liked if the Ethernet connector on the camera was built differently so as not to have to drill the big 1 1/4 hole to get it through the wall. Maybe some kind of intermediate connector?

Also I would have preferred a somewhat wider angle camera for my situation.

However I am happy with the picture and being able to access it remotely with my cell phone.

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Aomar

Location: Ajax
Date : September 7, 2014

Looked around at many systems. Easy to use , great quality pictures..

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Ted Daniels

Location: Freeport, TX USA
Date : September 6, 2014

We bought LNR360 with 8 cameras for outside deployment. 3 cams wired direct to the NVR and 5 cams on a different subnet connected by a wireless link. Set up viewing thru web browser both internally and remotely via Lorex DDNS. Showed the remote access to the boss and head office staff and they now want the same system in many other locations - job sites, various company yards to monitor equipment and material and at a number of houses. so one deployment got about 10 more orders.

Given our set up was a little tricky we had to get tech support - apart from the long wait times the help we got was very good. The only possibly negative comment is given these are outdoor cameras the Ethernet connection pigtails are a bit of a weak spot - would have preferred a weatherproof Ethernet port that I could plug my outdoor cable straight into.

Everyone was amazed to hear I paid only $1200 for the NVR and 8 cams and this included additional PoE switches. With the wireless links, PoE switches the total equipment cost for deployment at both ends of a half mile long lake was just on $2200. Excellent value for money in my opinion.

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