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Monday, June 20, 2011

D-Link launches the first IP camera equipped with infrared

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ShoutBloger: D-Link launches new IP Surveillance Camera DCS-932L. This device is claimed as the first IP camera equipped with infrared night vision capabilities.

With that ability, no doubt D-Link DCS-932L touted capable of capturing high quality video images up to 5 meters in an environment with bright light or low temperatures.

This ability is then connected to an ethernet network or a wireless N network to provide remote monitoring via the internet and allows photos and images to be saved to a network storage drive, according to a pre set schedule or whenever motion is detected.

Features a built-in DCS-932L mydlinkTM make claims easier to configure, so it can be alive and active within a matter of seconds. Users only need to connect the device to the router and register the device on site mydlinkTM.

There is also mydlinkTM Lite application that can be downloaded by iPhone users and Android for free. MydlinkTM application allows users to view video feeds directly from D-Link DCS-932L from anywhere better than the 3G connection or WiFi.

D-Link DCS-932L is also equipped with a D-ViewCam management software for Windows PCs. This application comes with several features including the ability to record directly from the camera to a local hard drive, trigger motion detection, schedule recording, set up e-mail alert notifications, and can even support up to 32 cameras.
 
In a statement on Monday June 20, 2011. D-Link ensures that users can also upload your home or small business plan to create a realistic layout of where cameras are located. Features D-ViewCam can also record video directly to your device Network Attached Storage (NAS), eliminating the need for a specific computer to store video.

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