Lorex 8 Channel Pentaplex Network DVR with CD-RW and 300GB HDD
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Product Description

LOREX L408301 8-Channel Network Pentaplex Digital Video Recorder Connect up to 8 cameras with multiple viewing selecting options;Pentaplex network systems: simultaneous local playback, view and record plus network view and playback; Network view and control capability; Free DDNS service for easy remote access; VGA and BNC output;Continuous alarm and scheduled recording modes; Real time recording, 120 fps;Supports up to 1 TB internal data storage, 300 GB; Adjustable video quality settings;Quick multiple search by date, time, alarm or full list; True USB 2.0 interface; Includes CDRW and supports DVDRW; Security password protection; Video loss detection; Superior MPEG4 compression format for efficient file tranfer;Includes rack mounts 8-Channel Network Pentaplex Digital Video Recorder

  • Connect up to 8 cameras with multiple viewing options
  • Pentaplex system allows simultanious local playback, remote network playback, recording, editing, and real time monitoring
  • Free DDNS service for remote Internet access
  • Expandable up to 1 Terrabyte, and upgradeable to DVDRW
  • USB interface for image transfer
Customer Reviews:
  • Remote software needs work
    The recorder works well all features pretty much as advertised. Motion detection recording is great. The event log or date time range box to find past events took a little getting used to vs. just a vcr screen type scroll back thru old recording date and times. But it makes sense after some use. During playback its odd if you are in 4 camera screen or one camer view and the camere that had recorded activity reaches the end of its recording fo rthat period the view goes back to all 8 cameras, so you have to reselect one or 4 camer view when playback for the desired camera resumes would rather have a blank screen and the time counter continue running or skip to the next recording event for the selected camera.
    The remote web viewing is really quirky, IE7 blows up at some point almost everytime I am viewing remotely. On my laptop the remote screen does not always size correctly so the controls on the bottom are cutoff no scroll to get to them, and the "power" button is cutoff so task manager is the only way to end a session. On my local network desktop the screen size is ok and it blows up less often. Configuration should have an option to not require a password to close the remote viewing session, its just annowing to enter a password to quit remote viewing every time....more info