Networking solutions provider, D-Link has added to its range of IP-based surveillance products with three high-definition cameras, the D-Link DCS-2230, DCS-2210 and DCS-3716.
Equipped with state-of-the-art multi-megapixel image sensors that provide increased image resolution, the cameras are best-suited for remote monitoring or can be used to capture intricate facial or license plates details. Since the new products offer high resolution image capture of intricate details, the number of cameras that businesses have deployed can be cut down allowing them to achieve higher performance and flexibility from the surveillance systems.
The Director, Product Marketing of D-Link, Vance Kozik stated that innovative cameras such as the DCS-2230, DCS-2210 and DCS-3716 provide customers with cost-effective and cutting-edge surveillance solutions. Kozik added that the IP cameras feature network switches allowing customers to adapt to their security needs by integrating other solutions.
The newly released HD cameras feature multi-stream support and other high-end features which are unavailable in other CCTV solutions. The features in the D-Link DCS-2210/2230 and DCS-3716 HD resolution cameras allow simultaneous monitoring for users to monitor as well as view a maximum of 32 cameras remotely using the D-ViewCam software. ONVIF-compliant, all three models allow for interoperability with various VMS systems.
The high-definition IP cameras offer superior integrated motion detection and robust web interface. All three models can be connected to existing alarm systems to monitor and obtain safe surveillance footage to protect the customer against tampering. Suitable for both day/night surveillance, the D-Link DCS-2210, DCS-2230 and DCS-3716 cameras feature a Sony Exmor sensor, which allows them to capture more light in dimly lit or dark areas. An SD card slot is also provided for local storage, a built-in speaker and microphone and providing local storage and Power-over-Ethernet support.