Model # QT5132-16G2-2

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Q-SEE Elite Series 32-Channel Full D1 2TB Surveillance System with (16) 900TVL Cameras, 100 ft. Night Vision
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Elite Series 32-Channel Full D1 2TB Surveillance System with (16) 900TVL Cameras, 100 ft. Night Vision

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Cover every angle and know that what you’ve worked hard for is safe and sound with a 32 channel, real-time surveillance system from Q-SEE. The QT5132-16G2-2 is a high capacity system with 30fps recording for a thorough and effective coverage. Let this high resolution Q-SEE system watch over all corners of your warehouse and know what happens just as it happens. Easily protect your multi-level office building with just one system. No matter the need, this superb 32-channel system offers a solution. The sixteen included 900TVL bullet cameras produce clear surveillance images with excellent detail. These cameras, with 756 x 504 effective pixels, produce sharp, detailed images that are capable of up to 100 ft. of night vision to ensure your entire property is clearly covered both day and night.

  • Connect up to 32 surveillance cameras for extensive coverage
  • Video is captured in D1 (704 x 480 pixel resolution) on all channels
  • Capture quality video day or night with the versatility of two camera types
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Provides smooth, continuous and un-interrupted video for un-surpassed detail
  • Gain peace of mind from anywhere using an iPhone, iPad, and Android
  • Customize and expand the system by connecting up to 16 additional cameras
  • Video is captured in real-time broadcast quality D1 (704 x 480 pixel resolution) for larger images and more detailed resolution
  • Q-SEE start-up wizard advances through the setup process step-by-step making complete protection quicker than ever
  • Real-time recording accommodates up to 30 frames per second on each of the 16 channels in order to produce smooth, continuous and un-interrupted video that reveals details not visible to the naked eye
  • 32-available channels for high capacity system that offers a thorough surveillance solution
  • 12-bullet and 4 dome camera

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What voltage runs the cameras?

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Mesa, az
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January 8, 2015
I am replacing a commercial system and my current cameras run on 12 volt DC, the power supply is in a different location and wondered if I could use it.
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January 27, 2015
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Yes all our cameras run at 12v.
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Will this system work with my old system I want to replace?

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July 20, 2014
We currently have the Pelco VA6100 series Sequential Switcher with CCD Hyper HAD cameras in my hotel I just want to make sure the coax cables already installed will work with the new system. The cameras I have now are 16 years old and want to upgrade to a color system with one monitor.
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August 8, 2014
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Hi Sparky,
I have answered some questions you may have on our systems and the type of cables you can use for them. (Please note with the bundle you inquired about, these come with standard BNC Cable for each camera)
What are the differences between standard video cables, RG59 or RG6?
Standard video cable can only be run up to 180 ft. and can not run inside the walls, underground or in plenum Read More
Hi Sparky,
I have answered some questions you may have on our systems and the type of cables you can use for them. (Please note with the bundle you inquired about, these come with standard BNC Cable for each camera)
What are the differences between standard video cables, RG59 or RG6?
Standard video cable can only be run up to 180 ft. and can not run inside the walls, underground or in plenum spaces.
RG59 and RG6 are both able to run inside the wall and are shield protected from outside interference.
RG59 can extend up to 750ft while RG6 can extend up to 1200ft.
NOTE: Although RG6 has better distance capability then RG59 the core and shielding is not designed for CCTV use, it is designed for Cable TV and broadband internet which uses higer frequencey, so we do not recommend it for surviellance systems.
How long of a cable run can I make from the DVR to the cameras?
With the standard video cables you can extend to 180 ft, anything longer would require a different cable like RG59 Siamese wich you can use to extend to 750 ft, or RG6 siamese which would allow you to extend to 1200 ft. depending on the distance you may also need a stronger power supply for the camera.
For RG59 and RG6 you need to go with custom made cables.
Standard Cable - 180 ft.
RG59 - 750 ft.
RG6 - 1200 ft.
Can I use a CAT5 cable to attach the cameras to the DVR?
You can use a CAT5 cable, you would need to use video baluns to attach the cable to the camera and the DVR. If you use powered video baluns you can also send power to the cameras through the CAT5 cable.
You would need to use a video balun on each end of the cable, a transmiter and a receiver. If you use passive baluns you go run the cable up to 1000 ft, if you use an active balun on one end and tha passive on the other you can run up to 3000 ft, and with active baluns on both ends you can go up to 6000 ft.
What kind cable should I use to connect the DVR to a TV or PC monitor?
Use an RCA cable and a BNC to RCA adapter to connect the DVR to a regular TV.
You can run an RCA cable up to 12ft, possibly up to 25 feet with good quality cable.
You can also use a VGA cable to connect the TV or PC monitor to a DVR.
You can generally run the cable from 15 to 30 feet depending on the resolution you are using on the TV, the higher the resolution to shorter the effective distance.
You can also use HDMI cable if you have a HD TV.
With HDMI cable you can generally go up to 15 ft. You may be able to go up to 45 ft with good quality cable, but you might not be able to get 1080P at that distance. Read Less
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