Model # QT8516-6DK-2

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Q-SEE 8-Channel 4MP IP Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance 2TB NVR System with (3) 4MP Bullet Cameras and (3) 4MP Dome Cameras
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8-Channel 4MP IP Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance 2TB NVR System with (3) 4MP Bullet Cameras and (3) 4MP Dome Cameras

  • Motion detection maximizes the available storage space on the DVR
  • Includes (6) 100 ft. Cat5e Ethernet cables and 1 2TB hard drive
  • Remote monitor anywhere, anytime using a tablet or smartphone
$888.00 /each

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Monitor your 5-6 bedroom home or industrial property 24/7 with an 8-Channel NVR and six 4MP cameras. Capture video in stunning 4MP resolution (2X more clarity than 1,080p) and ensure you don't miss a single important detail. Our night vision camera technology provides you with around-the-clock protection and peace of mind. Smart System features allow you to target areas for motion detections, or send specialized alerts directly to your smartphone. Enjoy the convenience of being able to connect to the NVR and view what's going on anytime, putting your mind at ease right from your phone, tablet, or computer.

  • 8-Channel network video recorder
  • (3) 4MP bullet cameras (2,560 x 1,440 resolution)
  • (3) 4MP dome cameras (2,560 x 1,440 resolution)
  • Night vision delivers up to 100 ft. visibility in the dark
  • 3.6 mm camera lens produces 72° wide-angle view
  • IP66 weather-resistant camera rating for indoor or outdoor use
  • Remote view from your phone or tablet or computer
  • Built-in 2TB hard drive
  • Smart security system with targeted motion detection and smartphone alerts
  • Compatible with Q-SEE IP series QTN products
  • Includes 100 ft. Cat5e ethernet cables for each camera



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Brand Q-SEE Q-SEE Q-SEE Q-SEE
Ratings (3) (3) (1) (2)
Features 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Multi-family,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Multi-family,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring Night Vision,Remote Monitoring 3-Axis Adjustable Camera,HDMI Port,Multi-family,Night Vision,Remote Monitoring
Camera Resolution (TVL) 2560 2560 2560 2560
Camera Technology IP/ Network IP/ Network IP/ Network IP/ Network
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Can I replace my existing set up with this one and just switch cameras and hard drive with my existing cables ..

I now have the QT series 4760
Asked by: don
Hi Don, No unfortunately this system is a digital NVR system which runs on CAT5 cable. The DVR you have is analog technology which run on BNC cable.
Answered by: QSee
Date published: 2017-02-24

is it a 110-220 voltage?

Asked by: Rob
Hello Rob, The QT8516 voltage is 110-240.
Answered by: Qsee
Date published: 2016-10-19

What is the model number for this DVR? Does it record in 30fps per camera?

Asked by: TC
The model number is QT8516 and yes it does record at 30 fps that's what I set mine to..
Answered by: lightbill
Date published: 2016-12-14
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8-Channel 4MP IP Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance 2TB NVR System with (3) 4MP Bullet Cameras and (3) 4MP Dome Cameras is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Power Over Ethernet and 4MP cameras equal easier install and great picture Q-SEE 8-Channel 4MP IP Indoor/Outdoor Surveillance 2TB NVR System with (3) 4MP Bullet Cameras and (3) 4MP Dome Cameras Model: QT8516-6DK-2. This Q-SEE IP system runs on Cat5E cable and uses Power Over Ethernet (POE) to power the cameras. Cameras can be connected directly to the recorder or they can be connected via POE on a connected network to the recorder. The kit includes the recorder, three dome cameras model QTN8042D, three bullet cameras model QTN8041B, six one hundred foot CAT5E cables, camera mounting hardware and quick install instructions. The recorder has VGA and HDMI outputs. In my opinion installation is easier for IP cameras compared to Analog cameras because there is less cable to run, the cables are smaller and there is more attachment flexibility by using an Ethernet network. The cameras have four connectors on them: RJ45 for the Ethernet cable (this is probably the only connector you will use), BNC, 12V power, and 3.5mm audio for a user supplied microphone. The RJ45 connector has a waterproof assembly but to use it you would have to cut the provided cables, put the waterproof cover on it and crimp on a new RJ45. Unfortunately, while providing flexibility, all of these connectors leave you with a bundle of wires you need to weatherproof. Either you surface mount the camera to a surface with a hollow opening behind it and drill a large hole in which to feed all the connectors into or you secure the camera to a waterproof box that can secure the cables. I decided on the waterproof box. I ended up using a standard 4 inch round metal waterproof electrical box. The dome cameras are slightly bigger than the box so mounting involved drilling holes into the box cover and using a thread tap to create screw threads for the dome mount. I also had to countersink the box screw holes and used a tapered screw head to get it to sit flush. Finally I had to grind out portions of the electrical box so the dome mount screws would fit inside the box. For the bullet cameras it was a similar process but since their mount is smaller than the electrical box I did not have to perform and grinding. After all that work, the cables barely fit in the box. The user interface on the recorder is fairly standard but is not intuitive. There are numerous sub menus to reach the various settings one needs to perform. I found a couple of features missing that one would think should be standard. First, I can’t zoom my image. Obviously these camera models do not support optical zoom, but a digital zoom of the picture would be nice. Second, the camera image can only be mirrored and flipped (180 degree rotation on X and Y axis) but it cannot be rotated 90 degrees. This is surprising, because if one connects directly to the cameras interface via a browser, it has the option to rotate 90 degrees but it must be software driven as the setting doesn’t feed to the recorder. Another annoyance is the recorder is extremely loud. This is due to the small 40mm fan inside used to cool the hard drive. One could conceivably buy a low dB 40mm fan to replace the factory fan but that would likely invalidate the warranty. Picture quality from the cameras is good and far exceeds the picture quality of a 900TVL analog unit from the same manufacturer. However, I still can’t read a license plate from a vehicle driving by only 30 feet from the camera. Night vision works well and is good to about 65 feet. IR cut filters handle varying brightness from the sun and the switch to IR occurs at the appropriate light levels. My biggest disappointment with the system has been a failed camera and working with Q-See support. I have used their internet ticketing system to communicate with them the about the issue. So far I have had four to five back and forth communications regarding a dome camera that started out with a perfect picture, degraded to a picture with thousands of small white dots throughout (like static) and finally shows no picture at all (even though I can still communicate with the camera and change settings). While response is fairly quick (same or next day), each contact with support is a different representative. I’ve had to re-explain the situation multiple times even though it is in the chat history. They don’t seem to read everything I comment on and much of their response seems like it comes from an automated answer system. They even end the emails with phrasing that implies I need setup help when that is clearly not the problem. For the most part I like the system and I suspect the bad camera is not a representation of Q-See overall quality. But given the poor support I am experiencing, I have to knock a couple of points off my rating.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The NVR is very loud on startup and is louder than expected in standby mode. The camera's had a b... The NVR is very loud on startup and is louder than expected in standby mode. The camera's had a beautiful picture with the 4mp resolution. Unfortunately the IP cameras are not like their lower quality 3mp ones, you have to use a plug in to view them directly. So not truly IP. I had my friend (network analyst) work on it for several hours and even with his 3mp Qsee system to try and get it to work. No luck. So you can not integrate into a controller system like Vera. If you were to use it as a standalone on the network that it creates then forward ports at your router and use there app, it would work but not be versatile. Like Synology or Hivision setup. They do provide great picture instructions for setup on their website. One upside is that it can handle up to 16 camera feed channels. 8 can be hardwired, but 16 if you have them on your network. So the advertised 8 is the amount of ports on the NVR. The front has a usb port and the back has a usb 3.0 port.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great high definition system The security camera system came well packed. It came with 3 dome and 3 bullet style cameras, 6 100 feet cables, NVR and a mouse. The hardest part of the installation was running the cables thru the attic and down the walls. I installed the cameras and plugged everything in turned it on and all the cameras came on and worked very well very good HD picture ( I connected it to my T.V.) I then down loaded the software to my laptop and my I phone. I had a problem working the software but with a call to customer service I got all the bugs worked out. I am very happy with the picture quality and the remote viewing on my phone. I also set mine up to record only when it detects motion.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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