Lorex by FLIR 4 Channel DVR with 4 Wireless Cameras, 1TB HDD

4 Cameras, 1TB HDD

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Description & Features+

Lorex LH030 Blackbox 3 Series 4-channel DVR with wireless cameras. Featuring a high-capacity hard drive, night vision, motion detection and free apps for monitoring on to go. - experience true peace of mind with reliable wireless video you can view anywhere on your smartphone, tablet, PC, or Mac.
DVR Features:
• Tablet / smartphone viewing and playback
• Lorex Stratus Connectivity - 3 step setup
• Superior 960H Resolution - 34% more detailed and true-to-life images
• 24/7 security-grade hard drive
• Advanced mobile apps with live viewing, playback, video recording, and snap shot
• PC and Mac compatible
• 3 video outputs (HDMI, VGA and BNC) to connect multiple monitors
• Pentaplex operation - view, record, playback, back up & remotely control the system simultaneously
Wireless Camera Features:
• Real-Time (up to 30fps) wireless video with MPEG-4 compression @ 640x480 (VGA) resolution
• SignalGuard Technology continuously monitors the wireless signal and automatically reconnects upon detecting low signal strength
• Long range night vision up to 135ft (41m) / 90ft (27m)
• Simple installation. No video cable required
• Weatherproof camera and power connectors for outdoor or indoor installation
• High gain antennas provide up to 165ft (50m) indoor / 500ft (152m) outdoor wireless range


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Assembled Height
1.9 in
Assembled Width
11.8 in
Assembled Length
8.6 in
Assembled Weight
2.2 lb
Lorex by FLIR
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Ratings & Reviews+

Lorex by FLIR 4 Channel DVR with 4 Wireless Cameras, 1TB HDD is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great !!! Very good product
Date published: 2016-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wireless? Really? Silly me, I thought wireless meant there would be no or minimal wires. Each camera had wires that needed to be connected. Return.
Date published: 2015-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good wireless home security camera system Initially it only took me 30 mins to get the DVR and four wireless cameras up and operating. I laid the four cameras out on the floor, connected all the wiring, and connected system to my computer and WiFi router. I then enabled my iPhone and iPad for live viewing which I used to aim the cameras during actual installation. Installation took a couple hours because you have to have a power source for each camera. Sometimes there is not a plug near where you want to mount the camera so I had to use an extension cord on one. They are also not "weather proof" just "weather resistant". I hung the cameras under eves, in the house and on the covered porch. Learning all the aspects of the system, how to record by motion, retrieving video recordings, etc. took a couple more hours. But in the end very good images both daytime and infrared nighttime. Walmart's price was $50 to $100 cheaper than other stores and Amazon. The only down side is because it is wireless the live view is a little choppy at 30fps but acceptable to me instead of running cables to each camera from the DVR box.
Date published: 2014-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Killed my Wireless Network GOOD: I was very pleased that all the cameras synced up with the DVR very quickly and the picture quality was good. "INITIAL set up was pretty easy. BAD: I had it about a day and noticed that the remote control was having a VERY hard time getting the DVR to respond (even after changing batteries. When I did get it to respond the user interface is laid out okay and things are easy to find, BUT getting from one item to the next is very painful. I thought to myself that once I got it all configured I wouldn't use the remote as much and I would live with it. (BTW, I have a harmony remote and programmed it for the DVR. Same response and problems so the issue is in the user interface software. Next day I noticed that my wireless network as slow. I did the normal reboots checked the router, extenders, interface and all was good. I then unplugged my cameras and my Wirelesss Internet Speed went from .5 Mbps back to 20 Mbps!! I did this test at least three times and got the same result. This will KILL your 2.4Ghz Wireless network. I called Tech support and the wait was about 10 minutes (this was 11am central on a Monday). The tech support guy sounded pretty bored but I explained my problem. He asked if my network was 2.4Ghz and I said yes. He then said, yeah, that is what the Camera's use. I said yes, i know. He then told me the only thing I can do is try to change the channel on the router and see if that helps. He then said that if that doesn't work I probably need a WIRED system. Fine, i then talked about the remote control issue and asked if there was any firmware or software updates out for this and if it perhaps addressed this issue. After all of that all he said was "no". I then asked if if he knew of any dates for release and got back a "no I don't". I then said Thank You and goodbye. I then spent two hours messing with my routers (which are GB and new/powerful) changing channels, looking at network traffic, etc (I do this for a living), and nothing fixed the problem. I then went back and "uninstalled" all four cameras from outside (not fun) and took it all back. THE KEY POINT HERE is that the camera traffic is not actually being processed by the router having the problems. These cameras basically acted like a signal jamming device for other 2.4Ghz networks since a router has to look at the traffic it receives and process it to ignore or drop it. In computer terms this is called a Denial of Service Attack. If you don't have an existing Wireless network, this may work for you although it might interfere with your neighbors who will call tech support who will find the problem to be "the neighbors" Cameras. Or if you have a purely 5Ghz network it might work if you completely turn off any 2.4Ghz function but it's rare that people can do this, My advice is to stay away from this system and if this is the way that Lorex has implemented "wireless" in their other systems, buy those at your own risk. I really did try to get this working, talked to Tech support and tried every option.
Date published: 2014-10-23
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