November 10, 2011
D-Link, a standards-based unified networking solutions provider for small business and medium enterprise IT environments based in Orlando, Fla., unveiled three high definition (HD) IP cameras in an expansion of its growing range of IP surveillance solutions. The D-Link DCS-3716 and DCS-2210/2230 cameras are equipped with advanced multi-megapixel image sensors for increased resolution, which is ideal for remote monitoring and capturing sharper details such as reading license plates or facial details. With this level of detail, businesses can to reduce the number of cameras deployed and achieve more flexibility from their surveillance systems.
The D-Link DCS-2210 Full HD Cube (PoE) and DCS-2230 Full HD Cube (Wireless N) Network Cameras are versatile surveillance solutions also capable of capturing high-quality, full HD video and stills. Suitable for SOHO environments, both cameras include built-in passive infrared (PIR) sensor for improved motion detection accuracy. Equipped with their own web interface, D-Link HD Cube cameras can be accessed remotely from anywhere over the Internet using a 3GPP-enabled mobile device. These cameras also implement an electronic pan/tilt/zoom (ePTZ) feature, allowing for the selection of a target region for close-up viewing simply by clicking on the video feed displayed in a browser.
For more information, visit www.dlink.com.
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