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Model QT4760-852-1

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Advanced Series 16-Channel CIF/ D1 1TB DVR (8) 700 TVL High-Res Indoor/Outdoor 100 ft. Night Vision Cameras-DISCONTINUED

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The QT4760-852-1 with 8 high-resolution cameras and pre-installed 1TB hard drive can retain up to 250 hours of video and depending on your preferences, the system can be set to record only when motion is detected, eliminating the need to shift through hours of footage to find a specific event. The eight weatherproof cameras included in this bundle deliver an impressive 700 TV lines of resolution and can capture the action day or night thanks to the 36 infrared LEDs surrounding each lens which invisibly illuminate the area up to 100 ft. away. The QT4760 is easy to access remotely, whether over the Internet or on any of the supported mobile devices including the iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices. Q-SEE is the trusted leader in surveillance solutions for home and business environments, offering peace of mind anywhere, anytime.

  • Multiplex multi-tasking functionality - you can simultaneously record, view live or recorded footage, back-up files and remotely monitor and manage your DVR on your computer network or the Internet with Q-SEE’s DVR multiplex feature
  • Recording resolution - CIF provides real-time recording with smooth video playback at 30 frames per second per channel at a playback resolution of 352x240 or D1 at 7.5 FPS (704x480)
  • Remote monitoring - remotely monitor and manage your home or office 24/7 via the internet using or a supported 3G/4G Smartphone by up to 10 users at the same time
  • Four recording modes -select from 4 different recording modes: motion detection, time-schedule, manual, or alarm sensor trigger
  • Three viewing modes - select from 3 different viewing modes: single cam, all, or timed auto-sequence
  • Three search options - quickly find previously recorded video by searching in one of three ways: time, motion detection event, or alarm triggered event
  • Convenient backup - backup video files from the surveillance system to a PC, flash drive or USB hard drive in order to free-up space for new video while retaining important footage
  • Navigation menus - the user-friendly interface, along with the accompanying mouse and remote control, make moving through the program menus a breeze
  • Compatibility - Operating Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, MAC OS 10.6/10.7/10.8
  • Internet Browsers - Internet Explorer (IE), Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox with IE Plug-in
  • Mobile devices - remote monitoring on a supported 3G or 4G Smartphone instantly view live video stay in touch on the go instantly view live video from any of your system’s cameras, supported smart phones: Windows Mobile Pro, I-Phone/I-Pad, Android, Window
  • 1 Terabyte hard drive: record and store video footage on the pre-installed 1 Terabyte SATA A/V-rated hard drive, the amount of footage that you can save on the hard drive before needing to over-write footage will depend on the recording and resolution set
  • Connect to A VGA/HDMI monitor - Display on any TV/Monitor or 19 in. or larger PC Monitor through BNC, VGA or HDMI
  • High resolution cameras - combined with eight premium cameras, capturing detailed activity during the day or night has never been easier, see facial details and action with 700TV lines of resolution and infrared cut filters that enhance image quality
  • Indoor/outdoor cameras -weatherproof cameras can endure harsh weather conditions such as heavy rain, wind and snow, they are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, weather proof cameras are not waterproof, they may not be submerged in water
  • Night vision - the eight cameras are each equipped with 36 infrared LED lights that can record at a distance of up to 100 ft. in the dark
  • Theft-deterrent mounting brackets - flexible 3-Axis brackets allow for more precise positioning of the cameras, while guiding the cables directly through the camera brackets to reduce the threat of vandalism to the cameras
  • Q-SEE Premium Series:

    Q-SEE Premium Series 8 Channel TVL Camera Cameras Night Vision

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Does this system come with any cables for each camera?

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April 30, 2014
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each camera comes with 60 ft cable. Each pack of 4 cameras comes with 4-60ft cables, 1-12V/3A 100-240V power adapter, 1-4 way power splitter. This package came with 8 cameras.
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A 60' cable for each camera. Everything I needed in the box.
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Eight 60' cables are supplied, one for each camera.
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yes, 60 ft power/video cables with each camera
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Yes, each camera comes with its own 60 ft cable which includes the power and the video cable.
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it came with 100 ft per camera
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Yes, the system comes with everything needed for installation except the TV/Monitor.
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Yes, there is a cable that goes to each camera. Each cable is actually 2 cables in one. One is a power cable and the other is the video cable. They are bundled together to look as if they are a single cable to make your job of running the cable to wherever you place your cameras easier. The cables are now becoming an industry standard. I would suggest you also plan to purchase a few extra cable extenders Read More
Yes, there is a cable that goes to each camera. Each cable is actually 2 cables in one. One is a power cable and the other is the video cable. They are bundled together to look as if they are a single cable to make your job of running the cable to wherever you place your cameras easier. The cables are now becoming an industry standard. I would suggest you also plan to purchase a few extra cable extenders however as they may become useful once you begin your runs. If you don't need them, you can always return them to any local Home Depot store location or via the USPS with the return label they usually supply in each shipment. Again, just a small piece of advice. I hope this helps! :-) Read Less
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Yes 60ft for each camera
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Yes one for each camera.
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Yes please see the attached breakdown of the items that come with this package.
(1) 16 Channel H.264 Network DVR (QT4760-1)
(1) Pre-installed 1 Terabyte Hard Drive
(8) 600 TVL Hi-Resolution cameras with 3-axis brackets (QM6008B)
(8) 60 FT BNC Camera Cables
(2) Power Supply and 4-Way Power Splitters for Cameras
(1) DVR power supply 12v/2a
(1) Remote control
(1) USB mouse
(1) Ethernet Cable
(1) BNC to RCA
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Yes please see the attached breakdown of the items that come with this package.
(1) 16 Channel H.264 Network DVR (QT4760-1)
(1) Pre-installed 1 Terabyte Hard Drive
(8) 600 TVL Hi-Resolution cameras with 3-axis brackets (QM6008B)
(8) 60 FT BNC Camera Cables
(2) Power Supply and 4-Way Power Splitters for Cameras
(1) DVR power supply 12v/2a
(1) Remote control
(1) USB mouse
(1) Ethernet Cable
(1) BNC to RCA Adapter
(1) HDMI Cable
(1) Product Manual on CD
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Can I burn a segment of video to CD/DVD for the police to use?

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September 27, 2013
If my home gets broken in to and the system records it can i transfer the video file to my pc to burn the police a copy to use in their investigation?
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All indications are that you can. Personally, I have not been able to load up the CODEC the system keeps saying I need to save segments. My presumption is that this is USER ERROR rather than a system limitation. I'll get with Tech Support and get it done, I'm just too flat headed to see the error in my ways I guess.
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Has a USB port and can download to a thumbdrive.
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Yes. You can transfer video from the unit to a usb flash/hard drive or remote hard drive. You can do this using the menu from the security monitor or remotely from a web browser. Just remember that any drive that you transfer video to has to be formated as a FAT partition because of the Linux operating system on the recorder. You can save the file as an AVI that will play on any windows computer without Read More
Yes. You can transfer video from the unit to a usb flash/hard drive or remote hard drive. You can do this using the menu from the security monitor or remotely from a web browser. Just remember that any drive that you transfer video to has to be formated as a FAT partition because of the Linux operating system on the recorder. You can save the file as an AVI that will play on any windows computer without additional software. Read Less
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What I do is copy to a thumb drive and then copy to a DVD, simple!
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Yes
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Yes you can
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I've haven't tried it yet but there is a USB connection in the front of the unit so you shouldn't have any problem.
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yes, but i believe they would need a copy of the software program. when save it on flash drive the program was also stored on the drive
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I have never done it, but from what I have read you can save segments to a USB drive or take screen shots.
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DO YOU NEED A POWER SUPPLY FOR THE CAMERAS

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No, the system comes with two four-way power supplies for the cameras
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Unit comes with power supply. 1 power supply for each 4 cameras. Connects at the recording unit.
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Power is part of the wire from camera to DVR then plugs into your power strip.
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You do need a power supply but it comes with the package. It is plugs into 110 and is reduced to DC for the camera.
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The main transmitter/receiver is your power source, all cameras plug into the back, unless you have wireless ones which need batteries!
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No the power supplies are provided
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Power supplies are included as well as all needed cabling
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Yes. But it comes with 2 power supply's with 4 connectors a piece so all 8 cameras are covered.
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No. The cable from the DVR is actually two cables in one. One part provides power and the other part is the video.
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Can you hook this to your computer monitor?

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As long as your monitor has an open HDMI port, you can plug it right in and swap the source on the monitor when you want to watch the cameras.
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yes but understand that this system is hardwired . The cameras are connected to the dvr by wire, the dvr is connected to the monitor by wire, the dvr is connected to the router by wire. you can then access by a pc on your network or by using your handheld device (ie Android etc)
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yes, I bought a Samsung 22' monitor for mine. I can view on my computer or cell phone by downloading the Q-See app.
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The system can be hooked to a computer monitor through the VGA cable.
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You can hook this up to a monitor , but what I found is that if it is an older monitor the older monitor will not register on these base machines, I had to get a newer monitor, found a small 16 inch for not much $$$ and it hooked up correctly the first time.
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There is a connection for a VGA monitor as default. An HDMI connection is also available but a change in setting is required. I look at my system from a 50" LG plasma over HDMI.
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YES this is what I use
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yes. i have a dedicated monitor hooked up to mine and i also remote view from any of the computers in my house. it is also possible to hook up to a newer tv provided the tv has enough inputs.
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Hi Steve,
This can be hooked up to a computer monitor. It has the following Inputs/outputs:
16 BNC Inputs/1 VGA Output/1 HDMI Output/1 BNC
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Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DVR did not work I purchased Q-See QT4760-852-1 on line in April to install in a new home I had under construction. I tested a few of the cameras and they worked fine, but did not check the DVR. Now I finally set up a few of the cameras and set up the DVR. With the analog RCA output it TV showed the system was initialzing and then went blank. I tried the HDMI output and it was just a screen of black/white dashed lines. Since I am past the 90 day return policy likely will need to go to manufacturer for warranty. Checking with a store today to see....my mistake for not checking the DVR earlier. The camera video was a good quality for the ones that I checked. November 30, 2014
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