Presentation on theme: "QC838 Has 8 POE ports to Support 8 Direct Connect Cameras"— Presentation transcript:
1 QC838 Has 8 POE ports to Support 8 Direct Connect Cameras Supports 2 SATA AV rated Hard Drives up to 4TB eachSupports redundant RAID
2 Product Overview A Pure Digital Solution for Complete Peace of Mind Monitor your home or business with levels of clarity and detail never before possible with Q-See’s completely digital, high-performance 8 channel Network Video Recorder. The QC838 is pre-equipped with 8 Power Over Ethernet (POE) ports, eliminating the need to run a separate power cable or buy extra, expensive equipment, saving both time and money!The Q-See NVR’s ultimate benefit is the flexibility it affords through its ability to operate and connect with remote IP cameras. This single NVR manages and records up to 8 cameras simultaneously regardless of where each camera is located. In addition to the convenience of monitoring various properties, enjoy an extra layer of security by placing the NVR in a safe, low-risk location to limit access to the system and its critical recordings. The QC838 supports IP PTZ cameras through the CAT cable without extra cables for power and control wires. It also supports audio feeds through the CAT cable for cameras that have microphones so no additional audio inputs are needed.The system is calibrated with 1920x1080 color-rich image quality to maximize the clarity and detail of people and actions including, facial recognition, license plate identification, currency validation and more. View smooth video on all locally connected cameras at an impressive 30 FPS per channel.
3 Main Features 8 Channel High-Definition Digital NVR Supports IP PTZ CamerasSupports Audio on 8 Cameras & 2 Way Audio8 Integrated Power over Ethernet (POE) portsSupports 2 A/V rated SATA hard drives up to 4TB eachSupports Redundant RAID for added Data SecurityPC & MAC Remote Viewing CapabilitiesMonitor from iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone 7.5/8 via Free Mobile AppsImproved, more user friendly menuBackup to FTP Server or network hard drive
4 Where product should be used Product can be used anywhere security is needed, homes, offices, factories, banks, retail stores, parks, playgrounds, etc.Especially useful if you need to access and record from cameras in different locations.
5 Product ease of use Easy DIY setup of cameras and NVR Easy to use menu interfaceMouse and remote included for easy menu navigationUPnP enabled for easier IP address and port forwarding setup
6 What’s in the Box1- QC838 NVR 1- 12V Power Adapter for DVR w/cable 1- 48V Power Adapter for POE port w/cable 1- USB Mouse 1- Remote Control 1- HDMI Video Cable 1- Ethernet Cable for DVR
7 Product Set-up Connect HDMI cable to NVR and HD TV (can also connect to VGA monitor or TV, cables not included)Connect Mouse to USB port on back of NVR(can also use remote control)Connect 12V adapter to NVR and connect 48V power adapter to POE ports on NVRConnect both power supplies to surge protector using supplied cablesConnect surge protector to power outletTurn on switch on surge protector and back of NVRRun Wizard to setup NVRConnect cameras to CAT5E cableConnect CAT5E cable to POE port on NVRAfter verifying that cameras are working, mount cameras in desired location
8 Product spec-QC838 NVR1. Compression – H.264 Operating System - Linux Video Inputs – 8 RJ45Video Outputs –1 VGA, 1 HDMISupports local, network, and Internet IP cameras.Cameras supported - Dahua, Arecont Vision, AXIS, Canon, Dynacolor, Panasonic, SAMSUNG, SANYO, SONY, ONVIF 2.2Supports FTP video & network storageAudio Inputs/Outputs – 1/1 (Audio in for 2 way audio, supports audio feed from IP cameras through CAT cable)VGA Resolution x768, 1280x1024 (default), 1280x720, 1980x1080Playback Resolution –D1 702x480, 720P, 1.3M, 1080P (depending on camera)Playback Frame Rate – 30Record Bit Rate – 48 kbps– 8192 kbpsStorage - 2 SATA AV Hard Drive up to 4TB each (supports redundant RAID)OS support – WinXP, Vista, Win7. Win 8, Mac OS 10.7/10.8/10.9Browser Support – Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, SafariSmart Phone - iPhone/iPad, Android, Wndows Phone 7.5/8Simultaneous Remote User’s - 20
9 Product spec-QC838 NVR2.Power Supply Volt input, 12 Volt 6A outputPOE Power Supply – Volt input, 48 Volt 2.5A outputPower Consumption – 60 Watt (WO HD)Alarm – 8 Inputs, 3 OutputAlarm Mode – Motion Detection, SensorUSB ports – 2 USB 2.0, 1 for mouse, 1 for USB backup (Flash, Hard Drive)Network Interface – RJ45, 10/100/1000 mbspPTZ Interface - Supports through CAT cable, supports 128 presets, 8 cruises,Multi function – view live or playback video, record, backup, and view and backup video over the network or Internet at the same time
10 NVR Model Comparison QC824 (4 POE Ports) HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 4 Cameras)HD 720p: 1280×720, 240 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 4 Cameras)1 SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB, NO ALARM PORTSQC818 (8 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (15 FPS per CH x 8 Cameras)HD 720p: 1280×720, 240 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 8 Cameras)2 SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB each, 16 alarm in portsQC828 (8 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 8 Cameras)QC838 (8 POE Ports)2 SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB each, Supports Redundant RAID, 8 alarm in portsQC804 (4 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 4 Cameras)HD 720p: 1280×720, 240 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 4 Cameras)1 SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB, 16 alarm in portsQC808 (4 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (15 FPS per CH x 8 Cameras)HD 720p: 1280×720, 240 FPS Total (30 FPS per CH x 8 Cameras)QC8016 (4 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (7 FPS per CH x 16 Cameras)HD 720p: 1280×720, 240 FPS Total (15 FPS per CH x 16 Cameras)QC814 (4 POE Ports)HD 1080p: 1920×1080, 120 FPS Total (15 FPS per CH x 4 Cameras)1 SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB, NO ALARM PORTS
12 NVR Upload Bandwidth Recommended upload speed is 32Mbps. Minimums for fluid video:1080P 30 FPS 4Mbps per channel720P 30 FPS 3Mbps per channelD1 30 FPS 2Mbps per channel
13 FAQQuestion: When I view the video from a remote location it is choppy, how can I improve that? Answer: Go into the record menu on the NVR and lower the resolution, frame rate, and bit rate settings to create smaller files. Question: What is the RS232 port on the NVR used for? Answer: That port is currently used for testing and debugging, it does not have any end user usages at this time. Question: How can I connect my standard CCTV cameras to this unit? Answer: You can only connect IP cameras to this NVR, however, if you have a QC Series DVR you can view the cameras that are attached to it as remote devices through the NVR. You can record from those cameras on this unit as well. Question: Can I connect 720P cameras as well as 1080P cameras to this unit? Answer: Yes, this unit will support both types, you can also view and record the video from both at 30FPS.