Q-See QTH327 8MP HYBRID DVR : 32 Channel : UHD 4K 8MP 3840×2160 : IP/AHD/TVI/CVI/CVBS : H.265 : 32xBNC Female : HDMI-4K-out : VGA-out : CVBS-Spot-out : 16x Audio-in : 1x Audio-out : PiR compatible : RS485 PTZ : 2.5RU rackmount design
Many homes and businesses have an investment in older coaxial style cabling or otherwise wish to support a mixture of analogue, analogue HD and TVI cameras. For these locations Q-See have the Q-See QTH94/8 recorders for 2MP HD and now the QTH167 and QTH327 DVR for Super-HD and Ultra-HD (4K). The QTH327 supports 32 cameras all up to up to 8MP resolution with AHD/TVI/CVI/CVBS or 28 of BNC type with 4 IP cameras for maximum flexibility. Each camera can be of Ultra-HD resolution with 3840×2160 pixels.
Cluster multiple QTH327 DVRs for 64, 96 and 128 camera solutions with QT-View.
Multi-Megapixel Resolution Options
Future proof with backward support for old D1, WD1, 720P and 1080P cameras while allowing upgrades to Super-HD and Ultra-HD over time.
Q-See QTH327 Ultra-HD 4K DVR
- Cortex A9 main processor with embedded Linux
- DVR HD Hybrid Technology. IPC / AHD / TVI / CVI / CVBS (analog) BNC cameras supported in mixed mode
- Compatible with Q-See QTH BNC HD cameras
- 32 Channel : 8MP resolution max per camera for AHD/TVI : 2MP resolution max per camera for CVI
- 4 Channel IPC maximum with 24Mbps bandwidth limit 4MP/3MP/2MP/1.3MP
- 8MP (3840×2160), 5MP (2592×1944), 1080P (1920×1080), 720p (1280×720), WD1 960h (960×480) and D1 (704×480) recording modes
- 32x BNC coax video in ports for direct camera video signal connection via RG6 or RG59 standard cable
- RS485×1 to connect to PTZ or keyboard
- Support for H.265 High Profile compression CODECs for high quality video storage
- 15fps live view in 8MP Ultra-HD, 20fps in 5MP Super-HD & 30fps for NTSC HD and 25fps for PAL HD
- 8fps recording of 8MP Ultra-HD, 12fps in 5MP Super-HD & 30fps for NTSC HD and 25fps for PAL HD
- Quadruple output via HDMI-4K UHD, HDMI HD, VGA and CVBS (spot out)
- 4x alarm zones in and 1x alarm out (dry contact type)
- 16x RCA audio (microphone) inputs and 1x RCA audio output
- 2x USB 2.0 ports
- 8 channel simultaneous playback
- Playback speed:
- 8MP @ 8 FPS per channel
- 5MP @ 12 FPS per channel
- 1080p @ 30 FPS per channel
- 720p @ 30 FPS per channel
- 960h @ 30 FPS per channel
- Manual, timer, motion and sensor based recording modes
- 1x 10/100 RJ45 Ethernet LAN port
- TCP/IP / PPPoE / DHCP / DNS / DDNS / UPnP / NTP / SMTP / ONVIF / GB28181
- 8x SATA 3.5″ drives up to 8TB capacity
- Backup to external eSata
- 1x USB 3.0 port & 1x USB 2.0 port
- Remote control
- ≤40W power consumption + hard drive power
- 430×453×100 mm (W x D x H)
- USB Mouse
- Remote Control
- HDMI cable
- Quick start guide
Difference between H.264, H.265 and H.265+ video compression
Hisilicon, a global fabless semiconductor and IC design company, recently unveiled new IP camera system-on-chips which supporting H.265+ new video compression. According to whitepaper released by Hisilicon, the H.265+ can further reduce 50% bitrate than conventional H.265 video compression in typical IP video surveillance scenario.
Similar to H.264+, H.265+ is an enhanced video compression technology based on its predecessor H.265. Technically speaking, H.265+ is a technology combining SmartP and AVBR technologies. SmartP takes the advantages of multiple reference architecture of video encoder hardware and uses both long-term reference and short-term reference to improve the compression efficiency. It’s an advanced referencing technology exclusively used in Hisilicon video encoder. In most scenario, video sequences where background scene is relatively stable, it saves about 30% bitrates compared with other encoders using single reference frame.
In addition to SmartP, AVBR is a bitrate controlling algorithm used in video encoders. With visually unchanged picture quality, AVBR actively reduces the overall bit rates by intelligently distributing bits to the areas of motion. By using AVBR, it can save about 30% bitrates compared with VBR.
In a nutshell, H.265+ can save approximate 50% bitrate than H.265, which means it can lower bandwidth and storage consumption further. By using H.265+, IP camera can deliver smooth 1080P (30 frames per second) video stream under as low as 500kbps.
Flexible Output for Multiple Displays
Output is very flexible with triple outputs possible via 1 HDMI-4Kx2K port @ 3840×2160, 1 HDMI HD port (1920×1080) , a standard VGA port and an analogue CVBS “Spot” out for display on monitors over a long distance cable. The outputs can be used in a variety of ways to distribute the displays in various modes across multiple display devices. HDMI extenders and splitters can be used. The HDMI and VGA port allows for HD display to a TV, computer monitor or similar display. Additionally for remote secondary spot displays (for example in retail environments) a long reach CVBS analogue over BNC coax output is also available.
To support your security needs the QTH Hybrid DVRs support a great range of motion detection and alert features. Connect Passive Infrared Cameras, Analog High Def cameras, TVI cameras, CVI cameras and plain old CVBS analog cameras and have the advanced software in the QTH327 alert you by email to all those events that matter to you or switch an external alarm.
Q-See’s QT View for IPHONE, IPAD and ANDROID SMARTPHONES puts the power of peace-of-mind literally at your fingertips. Designed to work with our QT-series security DVR and NVRs, QT-View allows you to check in on your property, business or loved ones anywhere, at any time. Receive instant e-mail alerts and see what’s going on with the swipe of a finger.
View live feeds from up to four cameras simultaneously. QT View takes full advantage of touch-screen technology to allow you to add or change video feeds, play back video or even control a pan-tilt-zoom camera . You can even take still images and save them on your phone or send them as e-mail attachments.
NOTE: Please note there may be up to a 14 day delay for this DVR from order.