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Q-see 8 port DVR w/8 wired 1080p cameras security system Costco.com Nov 17-27 2017 Black Friday week / Holiday savings

$279.99 after $120 off online price of $399.99

This is a wired analog coax BNC system.

System Specifications
Technology: Analog HD
Channels: 8
Recording Resolution: 1080p/720p/960H/D1/CIF
Live Viewing Resolution: 1080p/720p/1280x1024/1024x768/800x600
Hard Drive: Supports 1 HDD up to 6TB
Remote Monitoring: Up to 128 Simultaneous users
Compatibility: Mac/PC/Android/iOS
Connects with: QC Series BNC HD Cameras
Monitor Connections: HDMI, VGA

Technology: Analog HD
Camera Type: Bullet
Lens Size: 2.8mm
IR Cut Filter: Yes
Recording Resolution: 2MP (1920x1080)
Compatibility: QC PIR Analog HD DVR's
Connector Type: BNC
Angle of View: 114°
Image Sensor Type: CMOS
Weather-Resistance: Yes / IP67
IR LED: 1 High-Powered LED

What's Included?
(1) Analog HD DVR with 1TB HDD preinstalled
(8) 1080p (2MP) Bullet Camera
(8) 60 Ft BNC Camera Cable
DVR Power Supply
HDMI Cable
USB Mouse
Quick Start Guide
Limited 2-Year Q-See Warranty

Additional information from spec sheets:
QCA8091B
Camera Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bullet
Camera Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Analog HD
Image Sensor Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2.7"
Image Sensor Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CMOS
Image Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1080p
Megapixels (Digital) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2MP
Effective Pixels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1920 x 1080
Lens Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8mm
Angle of View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114º
IR Cut Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yes
H.264
HDCVI
Frame rate: 25, 30FPS


https://www.costco.com/Q-SEE-8X8-...80172.html


Note: This is a Dahua OEM HDTVI system, for example here is a similar form factor camera from Dahua:
http://www1.dahuasecurity.com/pro...16991.html

Example of a starlight HDTVI model which I think would work well with this system:HAC-HDW2231R-Z
2MP Starlight HDCVI IR Eyeball Camera
http://www1.dahuasecurity.com/pro...12471.html

I know the PoE versions better, so I do not yet know where to get these starlight HDTVI products, believe you maybe able to find this or similar models from Aliexpress vendors.


Price comparison:
Camera alone:

Q-see 11/04/2017 - $99.99
1080P ANALOG HD BULLET SECURITY CAMERA WITH PIR TECHNOLOGY (QCA8091B) $99.99
https://q-see.com/products/copy-o...y-qth8092b

Ebay 11/04/2017 - $50-79

4 camera + DVR kit w/1TB HDD
Sams Club - 11/04/2017 - sells the 4 camera kit for $249
https://www.samsclub.com/sams/qse...ction=push
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The general rule for new wiring installations is to install cat6 cable and not coax. If you already have coax, then do consider a decent coax system as the wiring job itself can be significant.

Thus If you are installing new wires and can afford to, I would recommend getting a PoE system.

Recommend using bulk cable so that you can return any kit you purchase while under the warranty period. Using bulk cable will also make it easier to pull the cable lines and allow you to drill smaller holes. The amount of time installing either cable should not be significantly different for small scale projects.
When using bulk cable you will need to purchase the tools to allow you to crimp connectors to the ends as well as termination at jacks / patch cables.

Recording Resolution: 2MP (1920x1080)
Compatibility: QC PIR Analog HD DVR's
Connector Type: BNC
Angle of View: 114°

Theoretical ID distance = 9.65 feet
Thus place the cameras lower than 8ft high and within 9.65 feet of subjects you may want to get a good ID image of

Note - as the camera is spec'ed as a HDCVI camera I believe you can replace a couple with HDCVI Dahua OEM starlight models if you need a better night time view


ID distance list for comparison here, as well as numerous notes in the wiki shared to help others evaluate and install cameras
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99
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The general rule for new wiring installations is to install cat6 cable and not coax. If you already have coax, then do consider a decent coax system as the wiring job itself can be significant.

Thus If you are installing new wires and can afford to, I would recommend getting a PoE system.

Recommend using bulk cable so that you can return any kit you purchase while under the warranty period. Using bulk cable will also make it easier to pull the cable lines and allow you to drill smaller holes. The amount of time installing either cable should not be significantly different for small scale projects.
When using bulk cable you will need to purchase the tools to allow you to crimp connectors to the ends as well as termination at jacks / patch cables.

Recording Resolution: 2MP (1920x1080)
Compatibility: QC PIR Analog HD DVR's
Connector Type: BNC
Angle of View: 114°

Theoretical ID distance = 9.65 feet
Thus place the cameras lower than 8ft high and within 9.65 feet of subjects you may want to get a good ID image of

Note - as the camera is spec'ed as a HDCVI camera I believe you can replace a couple with HDCVI Dahua OEM starlight models if you need a better night time view


ID distance list for comparison here, as well as numerous notes in the wiki shared to help others evaluate and install cameras
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99
thanks, this is my plan as well, just stick with POE.

i'm familiar with making ethernet cables and the orientation/ordering of the individual strands of wire - does POE require a different order of wiring or any special types of cable ends? Can you use CAt5 for POE or only 5e? or only 6? thanks, you seem knowledgeable on the subject
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thanks, this is my plan as well, just stick with POE.

i'm familiar with making ethernet cables and the orientation/ordering of the individual strands of wire - does POE require a different order of wiring or any special types of cable ends? Can you use CAt5 for POE or only 5e? or only 6? thanks, you seem knowledgeable on the subject
Hi Ionizer,

Normal Cat5e/Cat6 cabling works.

Check out the notes in the wiki here for wiring PoE as well as RJ45 crimping:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99

[ notes, for those looking at this Q-see coax system - you would need coax bulk cable and BNC connectors - so the PoE reference above would not apply for this system ]
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Hi Ionizer,

Normal Cat5e/Cat6 cabling works.

Check out the notes in the wiki here for wiring PoE as well as RJ45 crimping:
https://slickdeals.net/f/10409612-lorex-dahua-oem-6x-4k-8mp-security-camera-system-w-8-port-poe-ip-nvr-2tb-hdd-kit-at-costco-b-m-ymmv-for-799-99

[ notes, for those looking at this Q-see coax system - you would need coax bulk cable and BNC connectors - so the PoE reference above would not apply for this system ]
i already looked at the thread you referenced
i cant find where in that very long writeup you are referring to the wiring for PoE and whether or not it is the same as regular ethernet usage

there is a link here:
http://www.incentre.net/wp-conten...le568b.gif

but that link is exactly as i pasted it, not a proper forming link (looks like someone copy/pasted and forgot to copy shortcut instead.)
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i already looked at the thread you referenced
i cant find where in that very long writeup you are referring to the wiring for PoE and whether or not it is the same as regular ethernet usage

there is a link here:
http://www.incentre.net/wp-conten...le568b.gif

but that link is exactly as i pasted it, not a proper forming link (looks like someone copy/pasted and forgot to copy shortcut instead.)
odd.. looks like I can hit that page when I use google....

http://www.incentre.net/wp-conten...le568b.gif

[ looks like slickdeals jacks up the longer URLs at times... ]
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odd.. looks like I can hit that page when I use google....

http://www.incentre.net/wp-conten...le568b.gif

[ looks like slickdeals jacks up the longer URLs at times... ]
Mat2000, you seem to know a lot about cameras..so had some questions. I have the QSEE QT5140 DVR and cameras that came with it and I had bought them from Costco about 4 years back. I paid a lot of money for wiring when installing this camera. The installer at that time used the cables whose pictures I have attached.. sorry i am not good with cables.. are these coax cables? If they are or not, would it work with this 1080p camera?
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Mat2000, you seem to know a lot about cameras..so had some questions. I have the QSEE QT5140 DVR and cameras that came with it and I had bought them from Costco about 4 years back. I paid a lot of money for wiring when installing this camera. The installer at that time used the cables whose pictures I have attached.. sorry i am not good with cables.. are these coax cables? If they are or not, would it work with this 1080p camera?
Hi Mnsweeps,

Yes, that is coax. You can tell by the RG-59/U print on the cable jacket.
It is the proper wire for video! ( 75 ohms! - not 50/52 ohms )
Thus you should be good to go as long as the wiring is in good condition.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RG-59

When replacing the cameras do double check that the end points are good, sometimes they get jacked up and you have to redo an end point.
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odd.. looks like I can hit that page when I use google....

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[ looks like slickdeals jacks up the longer URLs at times... ]

thanks, but this seems to be the standard ethernet configuration of wires, meaning it's no different for POE, right? am i missing something?
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thanks, but this seems to be the standard ethernet configuration of wires, meaning it's no different for POE, right? am i missing something?
Yes, exactly - that's the great thing about PoE - standard ethernet cable.

Note, some vendors in the past have attempted to make cheaper cables by not including all wires in the cable - those cables are not ethernet standard
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Hi Mnsweeps,

Yes, that is coax. You can tell by the RG-59/U print on the cable jacket.
It is the proper wire for video! ( 75 ohms! - not 50/52 ohms )
Thus you should be good to go as long as the wiring is in good condition.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RG-59

When replacing the cameras do double check that the end points are good, sometimes they get jacked up and you have to redo an end point.
Thanks Mat2000. Appreciate your notes. I tried to remove one of the existing cameras and I couldn't figure out how to pull the cable from the base of the camera. Are there any videos out there as I couldn't find any..
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Thanks Mat2000. Appreciate your notes. I tried to remove one of the existing cameras and I couldn't figure out how to pull the cable from the base of the camera. Are there any videos out there as I couldn't find any..
Hi Mnsweeps happy to help out.

BNC connectors typically have a twist to lock / unlock

See the following video about 1min in
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ef8Kqr4MJfc
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FYI - After the free items, this makes the Costco membership a nice deal for the 1st year.

"Update: this popular offer is still available"
Offer Expires 12/31/2017. -slickdewmaster

1-Year Costco Gold Membership + $20 Costco Cash + 3x Free Items $60 (New Members Only)
https://slickdeals.net/f/10700760-1-year-costco-gold-membership-w-20-costco-cash-3x-free-items-60-new-members-only
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Live, thx OP
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Plan on using 25 off 250. Is this one of the better camera deals out there for Black Friday?
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