LOREX 16-Channel 4K PoE 3TB NVR (NR9163)



  • LOREX 16-Channel 4K PoE 2TB NVR (NR9163)

    ✔ This NVR series (NR900) has been confirmed to work with Monocle and Alexa.

    LOREX NR9163

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    Key Features

    • 4K Resolution (3840×2160)
    • 16 Channels
    • 16 Port 10/100 Ethernet Switch with PoE
    • 3 TB Hard Drive (expandable up to 13TB)
    • Ethernet (10/100)
    • 30 fps recording rate @ 4K (8MP)
    • H.264 & H.265 Encoding Support

    RTPS URL:

    rtsp://{address}:{port}/cam/realmonitor?channel={channel}&subtype={stream}
    
    Field Description Example
    {address} Camera TCP/IP address on your local network 192.168.1.101
    {port} Camera’s RTSP port (default: 554) 554
    {channel} Camera channel (1=channel 1; 2=channel 2; 3=channel 3; …) 1
    {stream} Camera stream (0=main-stream; 1-sub-stream) 0

    Example: rtsp://192.168.1.1:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0


    MONOCLE GATEWAY:

    This NVR has been confirmed to work without the Monocle Gateway service for certain Alexa devices. Please see: Supported Alexa Devices and the configuration notes below.

    CONFIGURATION NOTES:

    • RTSP Authentication
      LHV/LNR Series NVR login password for the RTSP stream can only be six digits or characters in length.
      If your password is more than 6 characters try entering the first six digits of your password when logging in or change your password to limit it to a maximum of 6 characters. (https://help.lorextechnology.com/link/portal/57356/57366/Article/1400/Error-Message-Password-Error)

    • Video
      Attached cameras must be configured to use the H.264 video codec. Alexa devices do not support H.265 or MJPEG and thus users must configure the stream to use H.264 to be compatible with Alexa device.

    • Audio

      • If an attached camera supports audio and the audio channel is DISABLED in the NVR camera configuration the Alexa devices will not play the stream, but rather a constant buffering message on screen.
      • If an attached camera supports audio and the audio channel is ENABLED in the NVR camera configuration the Alexa devices will play the stream; however certain Alexa devices such as the FireTV devices may incur some extreme latency and constant re-buffering messages on the Alexa devices. You can use the Monocle Gateway and tag your camera stream with the @noaudio tag to remove the audio channel from the stream to help improve the stream latency.

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