QTN8044D
The QTN8044D is able to accept input from other devices and either pass their
signals back to an NVR, or utilize them to trigger recording or alert actions when it is
being used in a stand-alone role.
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Item
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Inside camera:
Storage
Up to 64GB memory
Focus,
Adjust camera’s
zoom and focus
Reset camera if user
Reset
is locked out
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Power
For use without POE
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RJ45
(Ethernet)
Port
For network
connectivity, video
output and power
input (via POE)
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PT Controls
Connection point
for analog pan-tilt
platform.
Connect the cables and ensure that they will not be pinched when the camera is
attached.
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Alarm
1 Alarm input
1 Output
Attach the camera body to the base and tighten the retaining bolt.
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Video
Standard Definition
video for use in
adjusting camera
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HP
(Headphones)
Audio out - connect
to speaker
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Mic
Input for optional
microphone, using
included adapter (8a)
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Temporary
Power/Video
Connect to circuit
board during zoom/
focus setup.
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8a
9
Use the included hexagonal wrench to unscrew
the retaining bolt half-way. This bolt is located on
the front of the camera, above the Q-See logo.
Use the self-adhesive template to locate the
holes for the mounting screws rather than the
baseplate itself to prevent damage. The large
circle on the template marks the ideal position
to drill a hole for the cables if you will be running
them inside the ceiling. The knock-out on the
back of the base can be removed if you intend to
run the cables along the wall, etc.
Once you have drilled the necessary holes, use the included screws and anchors - or
other mounting hardware as needed - to secure the base to the surface.
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Function
MOUNTING THE CAMERA
The QTN8044D camera is designed to be mounted on the ceiling. The baseplate is
removable to allow for easy installation.
Micro SD card - Cards up to 64GB can be used to record still images without the
need for an NVR.
Two way intercom feature - Connect a microphone and speaker to the correct
audio leads- and with similar audio equipment on the user’s end, two-way
communication can take place.
Alarm - One alarm can be connected to the alarm block with a single output to an
audible alarm, an external alarm input or to a NVR. When used with an NVR or on a
network, the alarm signal can trigger recording and its signal can be transmitted via
the Cat 5e cable to an NVR.
ADJUSTING THE LENS
The QTN8044D has a lens that can be manually
adjusted between 2.8mm and 12mm. The
2.8mm setting provides a 109° field of view.
The 12mm setting enlarges subjects by
approximately three times compared to the
2.8mm configuration, with the field of view
narrowing to 22°.
The camera is shipped in the 2.8mm position.
To adjust the lens, you will have to first remove
the camera’s dome by loosening the four screws
holding the cover in place. The screws should
not be removed from the cover.
Once the cover has been removed, you can
adjust the Focus (a) and zoom (b) using the two
knobs located on the lens body behind the LED
circuit board. You may need to loosen them
by twisting the knob counter-clockwise before
making the adjustments. Do not apply excessive
force to the knobs as they can snap off, leaving
your camera unable to be adjusted.
Instructions continued on other side
a
b
When adjusting the zoom and focus, you should
be able to monitor the camera’s view to ensure
that the image is properly in focus and includes
the entire area that you wish to monitor. This can
be done by connecting it to an NVR where you
can remotely monitor it using a phone or tablet.
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c
e
Another method is to use the temporary power/
video cable (right). The white end is plugged into
the DC IN/CVBS port (d). A camera tester is
connected to the yellow and red ends to show the
camera’s field of view.
SD CARD
The QTN8044D also has a slot for a Micro SD card (e)which allows the camera to
record still images when it is operating on its own network (ie; not directly connected to
the NVR with the Ethernet cable. Please see QT Series: Recording to an SD Card
at Q-See.com/Support for instructions.
RESET BUTTON
The Reset button (c) is also located inside the camera. This is only for use if the camera
becomes inoperable.
SPECIFICATIONS
Camera Type
Dome
Audio
Camera Technology
IP
Audio
External input
Image Sensor size
1/3”
Audio Microphone
Audio input G711A compression
Image Sensor Type
CMOS Aptina + Grain Media
Audio Range
Depends on microphone used
Image Resolution
2688 x 1440, 2048 x 1536, 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720,
640 x 480, 320 x 240
Connectivity
Connector Types
RJ45 POE, Audio input, Audio output, RS485
Megapixels (digital)
4
Other Connections
2.1mm power, MicroSD (64GB), Alarm in, Alarm out,
Effective Pixels
2688 x 1440
IP Protocol
ONVIF 2.3 Profile S
Lens Size
2.8 to 12mm
Remote Monitoring
Angle of View
24 to 81°
Use as Standalone
Yes
IR Cut Filter
Yes
Compatible Mobile Devices
iPhone, iPad, Android
Compatible Systems
NVRs
Night Vision
IR LEDS
30
Power
Infrared Wavelength
850nM
Power Supply
12V 500mA or POE
Min Lux Illumination
0 Lux (LEDS on)
Power Consumption
<5.5W (LEDs ON)
Night Vision Range
Up to 100 ft
Physical
Additional Image Features
Weatherproof IP Rating
IP66
Electronic Shutter
1/3s-1/100,000s
Body Construction
Metal
Gain Control
Auto/Manual
Weight
35 oz
Wide Dynamic Range
Digital
Dimensions (WxHxD)
4.5 in x 6 in
Noise Reduction
3D DNR
Operating Temperature
-4° to 122°F, 10% to 90% Humidity
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