Model Numbers: NR900X Series
Lorex is proud to introduce industry-leading 4K resolution recording to its extensive line of consumer security products. This network video recorder (NVR) is compatible with IP security cameras from 720p all the way to 4K resolution. It contains built-in Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) ports and high capacity security certified hard drive. It can also be connected to our innovative Lorex Cloud app for easy remote monitoring from your smartphone or tablet. Whether you need it for your home or business, 4K resolution will provide the best chance to capture the specific details you need should an incident occur.Go to product page
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To make sure you can transfer files to or from your recorder, it is essential that you first format your USB flash drive on the recorder before moving any file.
If your recorder is connected to a network, it will automatically receive firmware updates.
You can download recorded videos from your DVR or NVR to a USB flash drive and play them back on your computer. Depending on the file format of your video, you need the Lorex Player or the VL
The system comes with a pre-installed 3.5" SATA hard drive. You can replace the hard drive with one up to a maximum size of 8TB or 10TB (varies per model).
This troubleshooting guide will help you restore your recorder’s display output to factory default so that you can restore your monitor’s live view.
The following FAQ details which type of hard disc drive (HDD) is compatible with Lorex recorders.
Lorex systems come with at least one pre-installed 3.5" Serial AT Attachment (SATA) hard disk drive (HDD).
You can change your recorder's password for security reasons or reset it if you've forgotten it.
We have curated these frequently asked questions (FAQs) to provide you with a quick and easy solution to technical issues regarding your Lorex product.
There are a multitude of reasons why your security camera may go black. The following list of potential issues will walk you through the process of identifying the root cause and do a quick f