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 Post subject: Adding Audio Mic to QCN8035Z PTZ Camera
PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2016 3:43 pm 
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Hi,

Trying to add a powered Q-SEE QSPMIC Microphone which has one Male RCA Jack Connector to the QCN8035Z.

There are 8 single wires with no connectors coming out of the 8035Z.
Red - Alarm COM
Brown - Alarm Out
White - Alarm In
Blue - Alarm In 2
Grey - Audio Out
Black - Ground
Green - Audio Ground
Purple - Audio In

Do I splice on a single Female RCA Jack to the Purple Wire (Audio In) and then plug the QSPMIC into this connection? What about Audio Ground? Do I need to use the Audio Ground Wire?

Also the 8035Z is a 24V POE+ camera. Do I need to be concerned about using the QSPMIC Microphone which has it's own 12V power supply? I do not want to fry the camera.

I am powering the 8035Z using a POE+ Switch (not using the power brick that came with the 8035Z).

Appreciate any help.

David


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 Post subject: Re: Adding Audio Mic to QCN8035Z PTZ Camera
PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:04 pm 
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I answered this one myself and added pictures and the connectors used.

With this camera and NVR setup you have to use a Microphone that is powered with 12V. The Q-SEE QSPMIC Microphone is powered with its' own 12V power supply. Overall the sound is pretty good with this mic.


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