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Q-See QTH85 system with 4 HD cameras - $275 (Lakeland)

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make / manufacturer: Q-See
model name / number: QTH85
With the nation getting pretty screwy lately, it's high time to get a quality security system set up for your home.

This wired system is pretty jam-packed, with 4 high-definition cameras, each switching to high-powered infrared at nighttime.

Battery-operated systems are easier to install but the batteries need periodic replacement and they're no match for systems like this one which throws out a powerful infrared beam. Before the hot summer sun starts cooking your roof, it's a good time to get up in the attic and install a system like this one.

Hook it up to a router and you can monitor your property over the internet.

Included are almost everything you need to get going:
- The QTH85 DVR unit with a 320GB hard drive
- 4 HD cameras with infrared
- 4 spools of 60-foot wires with proper connectors integrated on the ends
- Remote control
- Wired optical mouse
- Power transformer and connectors to power the DVR and each of the cameras
- Ethernet cable
- HDMI cable

As can be seen in the pictures, most everything is new and still in plastic wrap. The cameras and DVR unit were used for about a year before I sold my house and re-installed a Q-See system that was not high definition.

You'll obviously need basic tools like screwdrivers to mount the cameras.
If 4 cameras aren't enough, up to 4 more cameras can be added, including those with PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom) capabilities.

Once set up you can monitor everything via the internet. The 320GB drive is about the minimum you want for this system - the higher the capacity the more days of footage it will retain. A 1+TB drive would be much better.

You can find a system like this WITHOUT THE DVR for $360 on Amazon - just the cameras, wire & power pack. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N8XKTIR?pf_rd_r=YQFXFB5E1JYE16PNGD4P&pf_rd_p=edaba0ee-c2fe-4124-9f5d-b31d6b1bfbee

You should find much more detailed information about the system here: https://support.q-see.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022749314-QTH85-8-Channel-4MP-Analog-HD-DVR

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