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It is possible the DVR may be having problems. Try unplugging the reciever for 10 seconds and plugging it back in. The reset may also fix the slow guide issue. If the problem continues we may need to replace it. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the account or phone # and I can assist you further!
Yes this UPS will protect the TV and the DVR.
The TV is pretty energy efficient, and uses just under 100watts powered on. The DVR uses under 30 watts, so under heavy load you won't go over 150 watts if just these two devices are plugged into the battery backup side of the UPS. I'm not sure how long this UPS battery last's in a power outage, but since you are not using it to the full 360 watts, you should get double time out of it, though of course, its best to power off your devices as soon as you can.
Which model of Lorex DVR are you using? Currently, only some of our security DVRs are compatible with Mac OS X (via Safari). Our line of Edge and EDGE+ DVRs (LH300 Series) are Mac compatible and offer full remote viewing, playback, backup, and setup using Safari.
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