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Lorex 8-Channel HD NVR Surveillance System with 2TB Hard Drive and 4 1080p IP Cameras

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8-Channel HD NVR Surveillance System with 2TB Hard Drive and 4 1080p IP Cameras

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Product Overview

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 percent 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.

  • 8 channel HD NVR
  • 4 1080p bullet cameras
  • 2TB surveillance grade hard drive
  • 150/100 ft. night vision
  • 8 integrated PoE ports

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Name 8-Channel HD NVR Surveillance System with 2TB Hard Drive and 4 1080p IP Cameras 16-Channel Full HD IP Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance 3TB NVR System (8) 1080P Cameras Free Remote View and Digital Zoom Elite HD 8-Channel 1080P 2TB NVR Surveillance System with (6) 2.1 Megapixel HD Cameras Elite HD 8-Channel 1080P 2TB NVR Surveillance System with (6) 2.1 Megapixel HD Cameras
Brand Lorex LaView Revo Revo
Ratings (4) (3) (0) (0)
Number of Cameras Included 4 8 6 6
Number of Channels 8 16 8 8
Camera Technology IP/ Network IP/ Network IP/ Network IP/ Network
Recording Resolution HD-1080 - 1920x1080 HD-1080 - 1920x1080 HD-1080 - 1920x1080 HD-1080 - 1920x1080
Features No Additional Features 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Multi-family,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring,USB Connection,Zoom 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring
Camera Resolution 1080 TVL 2MP 1080 TVL 1080 TVL
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Camera Connection
Wired Cameras
Camera Resolution
1080 TVL
Camera Technology
IP/ Network
Camera Type
No Additional Features
Hard Drive Size
2TB and Up
Maximum Record Time (hrs)
Night Vision Distance (ft.)
Number of Cameras Included
Number of Channels
Recording Resolution
HD-1080 - 1920x1080
Smart Device Enabled
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Storage Capacity
2 TB
Wireless Cameras

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Customer Questions & Answers

does cables come with the system?

Asked by: posh1a
Yes. 50 feet of cat5e for each camera. (4) Additional cameras ordered from Lorex, each come with their own 50' length also.
Answered by: MarcusW
Date published: 2015-09-20

Add Cameras?

is it possible to add these Elite Series Indoor/Outdoor 650 TVL PTZ Security Camera with 3X Optical Zoom cameras to this system and if so how many can be added? Also, is there a maximum distance between the cameras and the unit. Last, what additional equipment if any is needed to have a screen monitoring and to log for remote monitoring? Thank you!
Asked by: CJToolBank1
The only cameras you can add to this system are listed on the Lorex website. I believe its only Bullet (as seen here), or dome. Not many options, and absolutely no third-party cameras. (unless its "rooted", which is very complicated) I read that PoE is only effective up to 100 feet, each channel. I purchased 13" TV's with an HDMI input. A powered HDMI Splitter, HDMI Cables. + Installed iOS Iphone app, and IPad apps. As a result, I can watch the 4 cameras from any floor in my house, and remotely I can view from my iphone, or my Ipad. All at no monthly cost. (except internet costs).
Answered by: MarcusW
Date published: 2015-09-20

NVR Location

Does the NVR unit need to be located in the same room as my router, or can it be in another room? Thanks
Asked by: Kevin
Hello, The NVR can be located in a different room than the router, however for network remote access you would need to run an Ethernet (CAT5 or CAT6) cable between the NVR and your router. You can use any standard Ethernet cable for this purpose. Thanks, Lorex
Answered by: LorexTechnology
Date published: 2015-09-20

can this be connected thru the internet

I wish to connect over the internet using Verizone jetpack is this possible
Asked by: oldfart
Hello, For remote viewing, they system requires an Ethernet connection into a router and high speed modem (with a hardline DSL or Cable connection). It cannot work with mobile internet sticks. Thanks, Lorex
Answered by: LorexTechnology
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

8-Channel HD NVR Surveillance System with 2TB Hard Drive and 4 1080p IP Cameras is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm loving it! Pretty easy to set-up. But I'm well experienced with electronics, networking, and troubleshooting. Which is why I'm rating this NVR system so highly. I've done months of research on NVR systems within my affordability and found that as far as bang-for-the-buck, this is a very impressive system. Spend more, and you'll find a better product. spend less: and you'll find an affordable lesser product. But buy this one, and be happy! Note: This system has a lot of features, and it takes time to learn them all. Some observations: #1. DO NOT CHANGE YOUR PASSCODE YET! The first thing the instructions had me do is change my passcode from default. MY RECOMMENDATION is: Wait until all cameras are installed, All apps are installed on your phone, Ipad, computer, etc... And everything is set up the way you want it. THEN change your passcode from the default. Its a long story, but I somehow immediately locked myself out of the NVR (because the pw entry mechanism is TERRIBLE) and the ONLY way to clear it, is to contact a real-live person at Lorex. I started on Friday night. The following weekend I learned that when you open your Ipad app, it asks you to change your password. Now its a different entry mechanism and its confusing because you're not sure if you're changing the APPS password, or your NVR's password. Guess which one it was! It took awhile before I learned to leave the Password thing alone for awhile. 2. 50' of Cat5e cable is A LOT! , Buy something like the "Network Tool Kit" by Datashark from Home Depot. You can then cut off the extra Cat5e cable, and make for a more professional installation. Be forewarned, re-connecting plugs to cat5e cable is an art. Once you get the hang of it, its not so bad, but it takes a lot of practice and can be maddening. 3. When your camera is mounted the "Green Eye" should be at 6 o'clock. (You'll thank me later) 4. Check to see if your local law-enforcement will allow you to register your cameras. Ours will send you a sticker to put on your doors from the city. 5. Plan your cable path first. All of them. 6. The Field-of-view is never going to be as wide as you want. BUT..if your camera is rotated correctly, you may find its wider than you thought. (See #2 about the "green eye") 7. I personally believe that each camera should be in view of another camera. I want to see the SMARTER thief who figured its easier to first steal your cameras, then break into your house. So "cover" your-self too. 8. Yes, the fan is louder than I expected, but my house is seldom dead-silent anyway. And thats the only time I hear the fan. 9. Buy a wireless usb rf mouse!
Date published: 2015-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb quality Can't say enough about the quality of the cameras and NVR. Absolutely crystal clear HD views.
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor APP Support I have this system and their APP to view this on Android has been broken since the Lillipop release late last year. (This is the latest OS.) It's been about 6 months and they still haven't released a fix. Poor support...beware if you're buying and have lollipop. But with their poor software support, I would avoid thier products.
Date published: 2015-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great picture Read a lot of reviews talking about the set up time and tech support taking to long. Neither of them I had a issue with. Picture is awesome!!
Date published: 2014-10-02
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