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 Post subject: Is there a DVR that can replay the last couple minutes
PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:28 pm 
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New user but this week my home alarm system activated in the early morning hours and it took me several minutes to get the footage of the various cameras up and running to review what triggered the alarm. Do any of the security DVRs have a function like my home tv dvr where i can skip back a minute or two and review the footage for all the feeds. Like instant replay.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:28 am 
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Hikvision and LTS have an alarm function that allows a relay to hit the DVR and then push a notification to the app. Once you click on the notification it brings up the alarm screen and you can tap “enable live view” “view recorded video” or “trigger alarm output”. When tapping the second option it plays the video of the motion event or the alarm event that has been relayed through the NVR to relay the nearest camera to that sensor.

Hope that answers your question! If you need help I could assist you with this project for a consulting fee.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:38 am 
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Hope that answers your question! If you need help I could assist you with this project for a consulting fee.


Or look for help on the forum and get it for FREE.

Lorex units has one click function which allows instant playback or even run on another window .... live view plus delayed view

I won’t charge for this info :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:41 am 
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That’s funny, you didn’t really answer the question and suggested low quality equipment. Kudos to you. I don’t charge for advice, I charge for time to do a remote login and design a system for another integrator. Time is
not free. I wouldn’t urinate on a Lorex system, they are pieces of sh*t.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:32 am 
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That’s funny, you didn’t really answer the question and suggested low quality equipment. Kudos to you. I don’t charge for advice, I charge for time to do a remote login and design a system for another integrator. Time is
not free. I wouldn’t urinate on a Lorex system, they are pieces of sh*t.



Your funny ...... first you don’t make the forum your business hub.

You have no clue about lorex ...... and I will tell you a fact hikvision make good cameras but there recorders are a joke


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:34 am 
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All I know is what I see. And that’s 5-10 instances per month where we have to rip a Lorex system thats been installed for less than a year which has multiple camera failures, DVR hard drive failures, IR failures, washed out image, and just generally bad manufacturing. The equipment is bottom of the barrel cheap. I get that you probably sell Lorex, but I’m not the only one that has a problem with them. You can refer to the thousands of negative reviews online. And hikvision DVR equipment is COMPLICATED it doesn’t suck, it’s professional level equipment not DIY. I have over 1,000 systems installed in 5 states and the failure rate for my equipment for a 5yr period is less than 5%. I would take the Pepsi challenge against Lorex any day.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:55 am 
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All I know is what I see. And that’s 5-10 instances per month where we have to rip a Lorex system thats been installed for less than a year which has multiple camera failures, DVR hard drive failures, IR failures, washed out image, and just generally bad manufacturing. The equipment is bottom of the barrel cheap. I get that you probably sell Lorex, but I’m not the only one that has a problem with them. You can refer to the thousands of negative reviews online. And hikvision DVR equipment is COMPLICATED it doesn’t suck, it’s professional level equipment not DIY. I have over 1,000 systems installed in 5 states and the failure rate for my equipment for a 5yr period is less than 5%. I would take the Pepsi challenge against Lorex any day.



You are full of crap..... you don’t even know who holds lorex licence

1000 systems that makes you a novis

Hik is far from being pro recorders ....... you talk with any experienced install company and they would not touch hik recorders.
A major US company have just found out to there cost the hard way
$16m worth

And I dought you get hik support letters..... 2 days ago hik announced another security problem
It is far from pro ..... it’s also bad for the domestic end


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:03 pm 
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That’s insteresting information considering Dahua DVR’s are being hacked left and right. And Lorex is Dahua. I can see that you aren’t an installer or an integrator, you just push crappy DIY equipment. I get it man, got to try to save face so you can get people to buy the cheap garbage you peddle. But there is a big difference between what I install and Lorex/FLIR. The difference is quality, warranty, support, service and longevity. Lorex is not quality equipment, period. Not sure what “professionals” you are selling Lorex equipment too, but I would say that anyone who installs Lorex is far from a professional. And I guess 12 years experience, multiple government, commercial, Fortune 500 company, and multi million dollar installs makes me a novice. Have you ever heard of not putting your name on garbage? We don’t accept every contract or every install. We are a boutique company. We offer the best for those who want the best. For most residential jobs we use hik, but we also use axis, arecontvision, speco, pelco and Bosch. There are different calibres of customers with different calibres of equipment.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:02 am 
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Lorex is not re badge dahua....

See ..... 1000s of systems under your belt in 5 states
And you call flir junk

You have no clue about cctv.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:16 am 
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Lorex is not FLIR. Flir just purchased Lorex and I know for a fact the systems they sell are garbage. I replace 10 or more of them a month. Again, I get that you sell Lorex, but I stop taking any “professional” seriously that installs equipment you can buy at Costco. I’m guessing you are not an install company, so you have very little room to talk about installs. I’ve seen you make false claim after false claim while you desperately try to convince people to buy your junk. We don’t need to do that. Our customers come to us because of our reputation and other customers who have referred them. We would never risk our reputation by installing junk like Lorex. Your mileage obviously varies.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:48 am 
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Who sells lorex. ??? Don’t guess at everything

Does lorex sell flir at Costco .... no it’s diy market lorex at Costco.


You swap out 10 a month for LTS and call yourself a pro.
You are new to this industry..... and it shows
You need to understand products.

Yes you are right flir bought lorex a few years ago.... we talked about it in the forum
And we also talked about flir buying a stake of dahua... to use there tech last year... OEM is we’re people just rebadged or rename home screen that is not what lorex has done


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:33 pm 
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So what factory manufactures Lorex then? Is it Dahua? I rest my case. No real professional installs Lorex. I’ve been in the industry for 12 years and I’ve seen plenty of fly by night companies installing Lorex, but no professionals. You keep selling your 2 star rated equipment and I’ll keep installing my 5 star. As a business we have hundreds of reviews and have never received below 4 Stars. Yeah, that’s hard to say isn’t it?! I bet you can’t say the same for yourself.


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So what factory manufactures Lorex then? Is it Dahua? I rest my case. No real professional installs Lorex. I’ve been in the industry for 12 years and I’ve seen plenty of fly by night companies installing Lorex, but no professionals. You keep selling your 2 star rated equipment and I’ll keep installing my 5 star. As a business we have hundreds of reviews and have never received below 4 Stars. Yeah, that’s hard to say isn’t it?! I bet you can’t say the same for yourself.



Made in the flir factory. Yes they have a factory. Licences to use some of dahua software along with there own add ons........ Thermal/ ANPR/ face detection/ licence plate management...... None of which your 5star does

Listen Nathan you talk so much crap. So pros don't install flir ..... See you know nothing of the industry.

You use LTS .......the DIY system ...... 4stars........ Can I say you lost all credibility yesterday when you said your a aurtherised hikvision distributor..........that did it for me it only took 1 phone call to find the truth.

So Nathan let's start again ........ Forget about coming on here to tell members what is good and bad about a company you know nothing about.........don't push your $75 an hour service
And just be part of the forum members....... Here to help each other


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:18 pm 
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totojones wrote:
New user but this week my home alarm system activated in the early morning hours and it took me several minutes to get the footage of the various cameras up and running to review what triggered the alarm. Do any of the security DVRs have a function like my home tv dvr where i can skip back a minute or two and review the footage for all the feeds. Like instant replay.


Dahua

Simple click the camera you want, go to the player button top of screen and click play, you get the last 5 minutes


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