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Load image into Gallery viewer, Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors
Load image into Gallery viewer, Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors
Load image into Gallery viewer, Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors
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Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors

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  • High Quality Connectors, can use Indoor or Outdoor
  • The cables carry video and power and have high quality connectors on both ends
  • Package includes gender changers to allow connections in a variety of situations

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Customer Reviews

Excellent Q-See replacement cables Fits and works exactly like it should for our Q-See security DVR and cameras. Might need some more. Will buy these again if the price stays the same. 5High Quality 100' Analog Cables for HD Security Cameras If you have a Q See system with the supplied 60' cables but need something longer, these are great OEM 100' replacements. Note these are much higher quality than most BNC type cables, so these should really be used with analog HD cameras (mine are 1080P). Note you may need an enhanced power supply (1A per camera) for night vision to work on your cameras. I used the Q-See QSS1250 5A adapter to run 4 cameras on 100' cables and it worked fine. It should also be noted that I tried using the supplied splicers to link 2 at 60' cables and the night vision would not work even with the enhanced power supply, so I went with a single 100' and the camera works fine. Not sure if it was the splice or the extra 20' that caused the problem. 5Seriously, just don't. Some of the poorest made cables I've ever purchased. The price should tell you something on this! The ground makes poor contact, the cables I was sent were stuck together into one sticky mass, and the ends on one of the four cables was both male! Overall, I'm really disappointed with Q-See products and wish I wasn't stuck with the DVR camera system or I would happily select another brand and attempt to put this sad, Chinese-knock off product experience behind me. 1No really that good I have q-see 8 camera DVR and 1 of my camera's was too far for the 60 feet cable included. I ordered this from amazon even with the so so reviews. The cable came, I checked it with my easy to get camera. The BNC extension worked just fine, but the power did not work. Sent back to amazon that day (1 hour after receiving), amazon sent me a new one the next day. Tested it on the short camera everything worked just fine.Ran the 100ft extension + 60 ft of original camera. All worked fine during the day. Problem comes at night. The camera requires more power at night for night vision. Sure enough this camera does not work at night. All the other cameras work just fine at night. Too the A/C adapter and plugged directly in camera (everything in easy to get to attic) and works fine. Plugged power directly into the 100ft cable (minus the 60ft to the dvr) and it did not work. Even with the a/c adapter in my attic, just for this camera, the 100ft is too long and does not carry enough power for the cameras at night. The 60ft cables work just fine, but if you need to get power down this 100ft cable for night vision forget it.Night vision is not really that important since it is only good for a short distance and the cable works during the day so I am using it because other cables are more expensive and who knows if the A/C adapter with the q-see system will go 160ft???For me I needed to buy another A/C adapter, just for this camera. Plug in with extension cord to the camera in the attic. Then all works fine since BNC cable runs to the DVR.So 1 worked barely, the other didn't at all and I tested right out of the box. 2Horrible cables. This 100 foot cable is extremely thin and cheap. I bought 3 of these extensions to work with the Q-See-QSD6204-250 and 3 Q-See QSC48030 High Resolution Weatherproof CCD Camera. Out of the box 1 of the 3 100 foot cables were bad and as of the date of typing this review, 2 of the 3 60 foot cables that came with the cameras were bad.The following is a quote from my review of the cameras, but because the cables are the same, and I had the same problems with both sizes, it is necessary to include it.[To say they were bad doesn't explain fully what you as a consumer will face when/if you purchase this equipment. The cables (60 foot & 100 foot) are very thin, slightly thicker then a toothpick. The video feed is actually a braided wire for shielding the signal and the power feed obviously has both positive and negative running though it. So far the power feed has only given me problems by the connector popping apart (I mounted one camera about 10 feet up in a tree and the weight of the wire pulled the power connection apart). The video feed cable connectors (bnc) are the weakest link. I would think bnc connectors are fine in most areas, the ease of attaching them with their locking ability makes them very nice. However, the cables are so thin, when the cables are assembled both conductors can accidentally be so close or actually touching, they short together. After the first cable gave me problems I cut it open to examine the connection inside where the wires are soldered to the bnc connector. From the factory they fuse the plastic cover/grip at each end of the cable to the wire running through it. This is supposed to hold the wire from being pulled out when handling them, but because they are so thin the conductors can touch when the plastic insulation melts, thus rendering the cable useless.The only options I have, as I see it, are either: (A) Making my own cables, this WILL end up being very expensive, at least a few hundred dollars (cable/wire, connectors, and any tools needed). Also, the bnc connectors are readily available, but the power connectors they use is not. I would need to change the power connector on the camera side as well. (B) Convincing Q-See into sending me replacement cables. I haven't contacted them yet, but I would think they would want me to return (at my expense) the faulty ones.(C)Returning all the equipment to Amazon for a full refund less shipping (both ways). I am not happy with not having my shipping refunded. Faulty merchandise should not financially burden the consumer ever, produce quality stuff and don't sell crap.]-end quote-Other info: Both 60 and 100 foot cables are white, making them a bit harder to hide.Links to other Q-See items I bought with this order:Q-See QSD6204-250 4 Channel MPEG4 DVR with Remote Internet Monitoring and Pre-installed 250GB Hard DriveQ-See QSC48030 High Resolution Weatherproof CCD Camera w/80ft of Night Vision (Color)I will edit this review when new information arises. 1100' Q See cable Replace a sixty feet cable that was almost to short with kit, an animal chewed on. This cable worked great! It also gave a little room to move camera around. 5Work fine coming up on 10 years now Almost 10 years ago bought a Q-SEE system, but needed an extension, which I go through Amazon. All four original 60' cables and the 100' extension have worked fine, weathered fine, and have not had any interference or power outages. Granted, almost 10 years ago so perhaps quality control has changed, but I plan to use these cables in place with my new system rather than run new wires. 5Looks Good ... "But No Cigar!" I installed 3 Q-See QSC48030 surveillance cameras on the outside of my house. The first two installations went without a hitch (the cameras are great) using the provided 60 foot cables but the third camera needed an 80 foot cable so I purchased the 100 foot Q-See brand cable. After reading the comments in Amazon, I was not surprised to receive a white cable instead of a black one and really didn't care one way or the other.The cable came with two female-to-female adapters and a short (a few inches) power extension cable which I thought was a nice unexpected plus. Again because of reading the comments, I was extra careful in running the cable so as not to stress it and cause a break in the cable (the wires are very thin).After completing the installation, I had no video signal and after troubleshooting, found that the cable had an intermittent short in the video cable next to the stress relief junction on the camera end. I did not want to go through the trouble of installing another cable and since I am an Electrical Engineer decided to just repair it. After connecting the cable again, there was still no video so after another hour of troubleshooting found that the power connector on the camera end had an intermittent open so I repaired that connector as well.Everything checked out so I energized the system again and there was video but there were also unwanted bans of interference marching down the screen on that camera view. The problem is that (other than problems associated with a cheap cable) the cable has no shielding and therefore is very susceptible to pick-up from other wires and circuits. So here is my solution: I will leave the power part of the cable in place to supply power to the camera but will install a separate 100 foot shielded BNC-Male to BNC-Male cable for the video which can be gotten from Amazon for less $30 (do a search on Amazon for "Cables To Go 40032 100ft" and click on the Used and New link). Sure that is an extra expense but my time is worth something too; I spent hours of extra time installing this third camera that I could have been doing something else with all because of that cheap cable! 1Not THAT bad Of course this cable isn't the thicker Q-See QSVRG100 Shielded Video & Power 100 Feet. But this is what the average customer of a q-see package wants to know- just how thick IS the darn cable? The answer in simple terms is that it's thicker than the stock 60' cables, and thinner than the shielded cable. So it's in the middle of the two in terms of thickness. I was glad to see it be thicker than the stock 60' cable for sure, considering it's 100' run. This cable can also be used as a replacement cable, not just an extension to a 60' cable. Without any BNC or power adapters that come with the cable needed, you can run it right from the dvr to the camera. And if possible, that is the best way to go. Avoid any multiple extension cable runs if possible, which could degrade the picture quality.I just installed one run today- three more to go. As much as I tried to be delicate with the cable, I put it through what you'd expect- a little knotting to untangle, a little crimp under a floor board in the attic, and a little pulling stress to feed the cable around. Yes, I tried to be careful with it but I'd do the same for any cable. Part of the job is the cable gets a little stressed during installation. All I can report is that the cable held up to the install. The picture is in fact, fantastic. I did as much as I could by installing weather proof electrical seal tape at the camera terminals, and also in spots along the run that could be a rubbing problem over time. BTW- pick up the white color weather seal electrical tape for your install job- worth it. Also be certain you have the proper ends at each side, for the dvr and the camera. It matters. You'll need a seprate power supply for this or any run longer than the stock 60' cable. Visit q-see directly online to find out which one you'll need for your cameras. The cameras will NOT work any other way- it's a must do.My motto is usually- cheap is cheap, cheap is expensive. I admit it, with this one I rolled the dice and went for the less expensive option. I needed three of them, so shoot me- I cheaped out a bit. But I figure heck, if I get a year or two out of the cable I saved some bucks up front. Who knows, maybe the they'll last even longer. Cables are cables- if they're working they usually stay working for the long haul. I'm feeding CMOS 400 TVL cameras too- entry level cameras that I plan on upgrading over time. So I'll hope these cables last until I'm ready for better cameras, and then install good cables for them. In the mean time, I'm looking remotely right now at an excellent night picture from this 100' cable. No extra noise- great picture and the daytime picture is excellent and clear. So right now- two thumbs up! I'll update my review if that changes over time. 4Sturdy, solid cable..one of the best premade cables you can buy! Q-see is one of the best brands for security camera's, systems, and accessories. All of there items are high quality and this cable is no exception. I've handled a few different pre-made and they were pretty cheap and flimsy and the ends broke easily so you had to be super careful!BUT this cable is thick and sturdy and was a great replacement cable for the dvr system.A word of advise, do not unwrap this cable until you are ready to run it in the attic. It gets tangled up very easy and you do not want to be trying to untangle it in a hot attic. 5
Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors

Q-See QS100B | UL Rated E475392 Video & Power Cable | Extend Your Original Camera Cable | Prevent Video Loss & Interference | 100 ft BNC Male Cable with 2 Female Connectors

4.5
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