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Model # QTH163-10EF-2

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16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras

  • Provides 1080p high definition support
  • Includes 2 cameras with auto-focus and auto-zoom
  • Features instant email alert notifications
$ 899 00
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Product Overview

  • Provides 1080p high definition support
  • Includes 2 cameras with auto-focus and auto-zoom
  • Features instant email alert notifications
Easily add a level of protection to your home or business with this 16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras. Each set comes with 8 1080p bullet cameras that are rated for both indoor and outdoor weather. The cameras feature night vision viewing up to 80-100 feet.
  • 1080p high definition support provides stunning clarity and image quality
  • You can easily upgrade by using your existing coaxial cabling that’s already in place and ready to go
  • 2-cameras come with precision auto-focus and auto-zoom for optimized surveillance
  • Instant email alerts and mobile notifications for multiple events and notifications
  • IP66 rated cameras for indoor or outdoor weather-resistance
  • Night vision capable of viewing up to 80 ft. - 100 ft. in total darkness
  • Smart security system makes it easy view video with tagged motion detected and view live alerts on your smartphone
  • Remote monitoring through multiple devices including: web browser, QT view, Windows/Mac, Apple devices and Android devices



Product Overview

  • Provides 1080p high definition support
  • Includes 2 cameras with auto-focus and auto-zoom
  • Features instant email alert notifications
Model #: QTH163-10EF-2
Internet #: 300805146

Easily add a level of protection to your home or business with this 16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras. Each set comes with 8 1080p bullet cameras that are rated for both indoor and outdoor weather. The cameras feature night vision viewing up to 80-100 feet.

  • 1080p high definition support provides stunning clarity and image quality
  • You can easily upgrade by using your existing coaxial cabling that’s already in place and ready to go
  • 2-cameras come with precision auto-focus and auto-zoom for optimized surveillance
  • Instant email alerts and mobile notifications for multiple events and notifications
  • IP66 rated cameras for indoor or outdoor weather-resistance
  • Night vision capable of viewing up to 80 ft. - 100 ft. in total darkness
  • Smart security system makes it easy view video with tagged motion detected and view live alerts on your smartphone
  • Remote monitoring through multiple devices including: web browser, QT view, Windows/Mac, Apple devices and Android devices



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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Provides 1080p high definition support
  • Includes 2 cameras with auto-focus and auto-zoom
  • Features instant email alert notifications
Easily add a level of protection to your home or business with this 16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras. Each set comes with 8 1080p bullet cameras that are rated for both indoor and outdoor weather. The cameras feature night vision viewing up to 80-100 feet.
  • 1080p high definition support provides stunning clarity and image quality
  • You can easily upgrade by using your existing coaxial cabling that’s already in place and ready to go
  • 2-cameras come with precision auto-focus and auto-zoom for optimized surveillance
  • Instant email alerts and mobile notifications for multiple events and notifications
  • IP66 rated cameras for indoor or outdoor weather-resistance
  • Night vision capable of viewing up to 80 ft. - 100 ft. in total darkness
  • Smart security system makes it easy view video with tagged motion detected and view live alerts on your smartphone
  • Remote monitoring through multiple devices including: web browser, QT view, Windows/Mac, Apple devices and Android devices



Product Overview

  • Provides 1080p high definition support
  • Includes 2 cameras with auto-focus and auto-zoom
  • Features instant email alert notifications
Model #: QTH163-10EF-2
Internet #: 300805146

Easily add a level of protection to your home or business with this 16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras. Each set comes with 8 1080p bullet cameras that are rated for both indoor and outdoor weather. The cameras feature night vision viewing up to 80-100 feet.

  • 1080p high definition support provides stunning clarity and image quality
  • You can easily upgrade by using your existing coaxial cabling that’s already in place and ready to go
  • 2-cameras come with precision auto-focus and auto-zoom for optimized surveillance
  • Instant email alerts and mobile notifications for multiple events and notifications
  • IP66 rated cameras for indoor or outdoor weather-resistance
  • Night vision capable of viewing up to 80 ft. - 100 ft. in total darkness
  • Smart security system makes it easy view video with tagged motion detected and view live alerts on your smartphone
  • Remote monitoring through multiple devices including: web browser, QT view, Windows/Mac, Apple devices and Android devices



Info & Guides

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Price
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Number of Cameras Included 10 10 8 8
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Specifications

Dimensions

Cable Length (ft.)
60
Screen Size (In.)
0

Details

Cable Connection
BNC
Camera Connection
Wired Cameras
Camera Resolution
1080 TVL
Camera Technology
CCTV
Camera Type
Bullet / Fixed
Connectivity
Wired
Features
3-Axis Adjustable Camera,Accepts Additional Cameras,Day/Night Mode,Motion Activated,Night Vision,Programmable,Recordable,Visual Alert
Field of View
60 Degrees
Hard Drive Size
2TB and Up
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
Included
Cables,Cameras,Ethernet Cable,Mounting Hardware,Power Cord,Receiver
Maximum Record Time (hrs)
475
Night Vision Distance (ft.)
100
Number of Cameras Included
10
Number of Channels
16 Channel
Power Options
Plug-in
Power Options
Plug-in
Recording Resolution
1080p
Recording Storage
DVR
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Wi-Fi
Storage Capacity
2TB
Video Signal
Analog
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Works With
Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Cable Length (ft.)
60
Screen Size (In.)
0

Details

Cable Connection
BNC
Camera Connection
Wired Cameras
Camera Resolution
1080 TVL
Camera Technology
CCTV
Camera Type
Bullet / Fixed
Connectivity
Wired
Features
3-Axis Adjustable Camera,Accepts Additional Cameras,Day/Night Mode,Motion Activated,Night Vision,Programmable,Recordable,Visual Alert
Field of View
60 Degrees
Hard Drive Size
2TB and Up
Hub Required
No hub connection available
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
Included
Cables,Cameras,Ethernet Cable,Mounting Hardware,Power Cord,Receiver
Maximum Record Time (hrs)
475
Night Vision Distance (ft.)
100
Number of Cameras Included
10
Number of Channels
16 Channel
Power Options
Plug-in
Power Options
Plug-in
Recording Resolution
1080p
Recording Storage
DVR
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
No Hub Required
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Wi-Fi
Storage Capacity
2TB
Video Signal
Analog
Voice Control Hub Required
No Voice Control
Works With
Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2-Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

Does this dvr work with qm6006b cameras?

Does this dvr work with qm6006b cameras?
Asked by: CLAYTON
This DVR is backward compatible so these cameras will work with the 600TVL resolution that they are meant for.
Answered by: Q-See Management Team
Date published: 2018-11-21

This setup comes with 12 cameras, can 4 additional cameras be added to the dvr as picture shows? ...

This setup comes with 12 cameras, can 4 additional cameras be added to the dvr as picture shows? ( QTH163-12DJ-2 Kit)
Asked by: Elliot
You can add up to 16 cameras to this DVR so yes you can add another 4.
Answered by: Tom3
Date published: 2018-03-01

Are all the cameras indoor and outdoor

does it off-site recording capability can it have text overlay on any of the channels (ie cash register display)
Asked by: Pete
They work indoors and outdors
Answered by: EricG
Date published: 2018-04-26

do these cameras have the thermal motion detection or do they just detect motion?

do these cameras have the thermal motion detection or do they just detect motion?
Asked by: jasazle96
Hi Home Depot Customer, Sorry but no these are not PIR sensored but if you are looking for cameras that are I recommend the following Model # QTH98-8FT-1 Internet #302598413, Model # QTH98-4FT-1 Internet #302598407, Model # QTH94-4FT-1 Internet #302598403
Answered by: Q-See Management Team
Date published: 2018-12-19
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Customer Reviews

Q-SEE 16-Channel 1080p 2TB Video Surveillance System with 8 1080p Bullet Cameras and 2 1080p Auto-Zoom Bullet Cameras is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Serious surveillance system with easy installation but poor customer support and software This kit provides all the parts needed to set up an extensive surveillance system. 12 cameras, a DVR, computer mouse, power supplies and wiring. All seemed to be well engineered and designed. The instructional material included a sheet that seemed to apply to a different product, instructions to register for support and a link to a website to get information. I dutifully registered and explored the poorly designed website that had downloads for many different systems but was unable to find anything for this system. However looking at the parts it was obvious how they should be connected, there was no room for error. I connected up two cameras and hooked the DVR to a computer monitor (not included) and plugged the mouse into the DVR and connected the DVR to my router and applied power. The monitor immediately showed the views from the cameras and displayed a dialog to set up the time and a new user name and password. The problem was that before I could do anything I had to sign in. The default username was ADMIN, but I still needed an initial password. It was not written on the unit, as it often is for routers. I tried 'password' as the password- it was rejected. The website did not have the information. I contacted customer support via live chat and was put on a waiting list and given a reasonable time estimate and watched myself move up the queue. An hour later, it was my turn, but instead of getting the answer I was informed that my query had been cancelled. I tried again with the same result. Web searching quickly revealed that the default password was 123456, maybe I should have guessed that. Then I was able to proceed, setup the device and download an app for my phone. To be fair to the company, I subsequently found that the password was on the sheet that I had for another product. Controlling the system with a mouse worked flawlessly, the image quality is good, though the user interface is awkward. The phone app was well designed, making it much easier to zoom in on a past event, except that there seems to be no explanation on how to do it- you have to figure it out for yourself. There are some problems. The phone view always lagged by at least a minute and frequently froze for long periods. So the 'remote viewing' feature is largely useless. I can guess why it didn't work for me. Living in a rural area, we have an upload speed of 500 kbs and a download speed 10 times faster. In a city where both speeds could be much faster, others may have satisfactory results. However I know that with better software design this system should work much better, as I have a another surveillance camera with built in memory that is able to produce usable remote imaging by adapting the image quality and frame rate to accommodate lower bandwidth connections. Despite poor customer service, documentation and software, this system will be a useful addition to my home surveillance system and with improved software and support it will be a first class product.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Product but Needs Software Improvements SETUP: 2/5 Quick: Too much packaging, left out a very important piece of information that had to be obtained online. This arrived at my door in a box labeled QSEE. Inside was just a jumble of other boxes (not the type of boxes that you ship something in) that had all the parts in them. While everything was wrapped in bubble wrap or polystyrene, there was no indication of branding save for a few stickers. It almost seems like this was thrown together last minute and shipped haphazardly as there was empty room in the shipping box for things to move around. This is certainly something you wouldn’t find on the shelf at Home Depot. Taking everything out of its respective boxes took a while. Each camera type has its own box, the DVR has its own box, and the extension cables are boxed in groups of four. Inside the DVR box where two additional boxes, one for the mouse and one for the power supply. The camera boxes were double boxes and those boxes also had 1 more box containing the power supplies. So, in one shipping box there were eleven more boxes contained within. Each camera comes with some mounting screws and molly fasteners for drywall. Each power adapter comes with a four way splitter. Connecting it all together was fairly simple. Connect camera to cable, cable to DVR. Connect HDMI, Ethernet and power to DVR, hear the loud beep it makes, and it boots up. It takes a couple of minutes to run through some tests and then starts the First time setup wizard (subsequent restarts are much faster). In this step you’ll set the language, date/time and user account. The default password needed for setting up the device is not included anywhere in the box! It is, however, listed in Chapter 3.1 of the user manual under ‘Power and Login’ Step 4 (and rather obscurely in the user manual in Appendix 1 #8 in parentheses). Since this is a new product, I’m going to assume this is just a oversight and will be fixed in subsequent printings of the quick setup guide. After getting through the wizard, the QR code for the unit shows up briefly (far too briefly for me scan it) and then you’re taken to the 16up display. From there, it’s just about mousing around to find what you’re looking for. DVR: 3/5 Quick: Easy to use and navigate, but features don’t deliver. The DVR leaves something to be desired. Output video and camera quality on a TV is good. Usability of the DVR is not great. The 9up camera view does not stay configured to how I have it configured in the settings or in the quick settings: it will always try and show all sixteen cameras in rotation. This seems to be true for any chosen view mode. Different views will reset after I have changed to another view, not remembering what I had set. For example I will set the 8up display to show cameras 1-7 and 15. It will change to that, but then, say I want to see camera 1 larger. So I switch to 1up, but it shows me a random camera: 1-16, who knows!? Click through the 1up menu and just check camera 1: now it shows camera 1, great. I switch back to 8up display and it now it’s back to cameras 1-8. I tried this same thing for the 9up display, I even went into the settings and disabled cameras 8-14 and 16 for the unit as a whole. Switched to 9up, I set it to show cameras 1-8 and 15. It shows 1-7 and 15. Where is camera 8? Then it flips over and shows me cameras 10-16 for 5 seconds (dwell time) and then flips back to cameras 1-8 and 15. Then back to 9-16. I switch back to the 1up display: and we’re looking at camera 4. Okay, change to camera 1: Video loss. What? But it’s connected and working. Okay, look a different camera and back to camera 1, now camera 1 works. Weird. Back to 9up and: all my settings are lost and its show 1-9 and then 10-16. It completely forgets anything you set it to if you change display mode. In practice, occasionally click on the PTZ button will reset the view mode as well. There is a high pitched whine emitted from the DVR at all times. This is not a box that will sit under your TV or next to your computer. It needs to go in a closet on a shelf in a rack. Furthermore choosing ‘Shut Down’ from the menu shuts down the OS… but the unit is still powered and still whines. CAMERAS: 4/5 Quick: Good picture quality, good feel and materials, odd noises. The cameras make an audible click when changing from color to BW/IR mode. If the camera is outside you’ll never hear it, but if it’s inside it is very noticeable. The IR LEDs also emit a faint red glow that is terrifically obvious in the dark. I have included a picture of those LEDs lit up. Keep in mind that a camera won’t capture the red glow as red! (Pick up your TV remote and press some buttons while pointing your camera at it, same thing happens with these LEDs). The cameras get pretty warm. I suppose this is a good thing in cool places, but this would be a very bad thing where it gets hot. The specifications (again, in the User Manual) list 104 degrees F as the maximum temperature for the DVR, but the cameras do not have a listed maximum. The cameras do have a nice little note about keeping them out of the elements though. Quality wise, they are good. They are analog cameras and use BNC connectors, which very standard for a security camera due to cost and quality. They are susceptible to EMI however, and the guide for the cameras even mentions that you’ll need to stand off the camera from metal buildings with a rubber gasket (not included). Up to four cameras can be connected to the same power supply, but the power supplies need their own electrical outlet. This means with sixteen cameras (as the DVR allows for) will need 5 electrical outlets (1 for the DVR and 4 for cameras). The instructions do state to plug into a surge protector (always a good idea for any electronic product anyway), but these wall warts are the sort where they cover the socket below it, so be sure to purchase a surge protector that allows the adapter to face out and away from other outlets. Additionally, while not a show stopper, the cameras must be connected to the extension cables, and then to the DVR, they cannot connect directly to the DVR. The DVR has male BNC connectors, as does the camera… the extension cable as female BNC connectors on either end. So if you want a camera right at your DVR, you’re still going to have sixty feet of cable hanging around. The cables are not plenum rated and not for underground burial, so unless you intend to run sheathing or pipe for all your cable runs, you will be tacking these double cables to the side of your house or along your walls. REMOTE VIEWING: 1/5 Quick: Don’t try it, you’ll be disappointed. This is by far the worst feature of this unit. There are many ways to view the cameras remotely: via an app for Android or iOS, via qtview (dot) com, via a Windows application and by direct access to the unit’s IP address in a browser. Of these methods, only two work for me. There are two different apps (actually there are 4 or more, but some only work with specific units) available in the Play Store. I downloaded both, neither of which are named as the quick setup guide states. You can use the QR code on the unit to quickly punch in the MAC address, then add your username and password. One app will try to connect and then state the connection timed out. The other app will simply spin its connecting icon and then eventually give up without telling you. I tried both apps on two different devices with zero success. My next attempt was via direct access. I typed in the units IP address in Firefox to find out that I have to download a plugin called “WebkitPlugin”. This is perhaps the most suspicious name of any thing I have ever downloaded, but I downloaded it anyway. A few seconds later, I was at the log in screen for the device. I punched in my username and password… and the plugin crashed. I did it again and the plugin crashed again. So much for using Firefox. Viewing in Chrome requires enabling Npapi, which in my fully up to date Chrome browser does not exist. This is pretty laughable as navigating to the DVRs IP address gives you instructions to enable Npapi, but the link it provides does exist and you’re just directed to the experimental page for Chrome. Viewing in Internet Explorer requires actually using Internet Explorer. However, the only way to get to the device is to actually type in the protocol (http) the host name (in this case the IP address) and the port of the device. Otherwise, you’ll get redirected to Bing or Yahoo or your default search engine. Surprisingly though, remote viewing does work in IE. However, don’t expect to change any settings. Every other button or link I click crashes the plugin and I have to log back into the unit again. The last two methods of remote access are via qtview (dot) com and the Windows application. Qtview (dot) com behaves exactly the same as direct access via the IP address and does not work in Chrome or Firefox, only IE. The Windows application fails to connect just like the apps do.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow! A must-have system! Wow! I have been super impressed with this QSee surveillance system. The 16 separate channels offers a ton of versatility and the ability to add future cameras if you want. Love the 2 different styles of cameras. Mother bullet cameras offer that crime deterrent look, while still looking stylish. The dome cameras offer a low profile. Setup is easy with the wires carrying both power and video feeds. Also the ability to see cameras from our iPhone was a must. Picture quality is very good and the TB DVR is very good feature too!
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good system ... Good system
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is my second home to install a Q See... This is my second home to install a Q See sysm on. The domes are a little cumbersome to aim and the DVR fan is very loud. Overall, great picture and is about what I expected.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from first camera system for home bought thus from home Depot. got shipped to my house and was happy to see everything came nicely packaged. looked all brand new. set up was easy. just plugged it in to my router and downloaded the app. I was able to get the bar code to work and got set up fast. I rested the system and I couldn't get it to work again not sure why. I just input the info my self and was set. rest was due to my router and not qsee it self. I also set up the out bound to see it when I was not home. also set up the motion to send me pictures to my email. only problem I had was that I was not able to get it on my computer. I tired everything but was not able to get that part to show up. video comes in good. I have it recording 24/7 and I'm happy I did. I can go back and see what's going on. one day I seen some tire marks on the street and I went back to see who did them. I found out it was the trash man that was driving fast and turned and had to stop and put the brakes on or he would have went in to some once back yard if he did not. one more example I like to have cameras is I am able to see live put side from my phone. one night I heard a lot of people out side and looked on my phone and seen alkinds of kids walking by. a few seen the cameras as they have a red glow and can be seen at night and after seen the camera they walked with head down and off my grass. turns out it was a party 10 houses down. I was able to see what's going on with out getting out of bed or looking put the window. night time works for me and fay time to me looks clear. really happy with the set up and quality. last year we had really bad weather. some places got flooded with so much rain but these cameras are still working like new. one thing I only have to do is clear the cameras from spider webs. other then that these cameras are solid. bought in 2016 and still working good in 2017. I have not needed to reset it other then the problem with my modem but that was only one time.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid surveillance system This is overall a really good surveillance system. The system comes supplied with 4 bullet style cameras and 4 dome style cameras in addition to a 2TB DVR box that comes supplied with a remote and a mouse. Installation is fairly straight forward. Upon setting up the box, there is a Scan code on the box that also contains the number that is needed to begin installation on a PC. I set up both the free phone app and the online PC portion of the installation at the same time. The scan code really simplifies the app set up as it only took a few minutes to get going. Once that step was done and I had ensured the box was where I wanted it and working with 1 camera, the next step is to start mounting the cameras. The bullet style cameras I found to be a little easier to work with. Once the location is picked out for where they are desired, a small hole needs to be drilled out to put the wires through and then the mount for the camera is secured to the wall, soffit, or other surface it’s being mounted. During this time, since I already had the phone app already set up, the aiming of the cameras was very simple as I could adjust them with the phone in my other hand – again making installation a breeze. For the other dome cameras however, I found these to be a little more difficult to adjust as they aren’t as straight forward as the bullet style cameras. They just take a little more time and tweaking to get them to adjust where wanted and then a single allan key tightens them in place. The supplied cables were sufficient for my needs when installed in a two story 2200 sq. ft. home. As far as the app and surveillance quality is concerned, I found the quality of the images to be crisp and easy to recognize people and even license plates of vehicles that pull into my drive way so that was a big plus for me. I have found that I’m able to save over 2 ½-3 weeks’ worth of video on the DVR unit which is more than enough for my needs. Overall I’m pleased with this system and would use it again.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to setup & great picture quality To test this unit off the bat I set it on a desk, connected ethernet, two cameras, and power cables. Turned the unit on and followed an easy and fast setup process. Done. Very easy. The picture is very clear and when turning the lights off the camera switches to nightvision quickly. Overall I am the most impressed with the picture quality and ease of use. *The description says 8tb, what I received is 2tb.
Date published: 2017-02-25
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