D-Link, which is focused on video surveillance computer networks, introduces its “bullet” cameras that are linked to the cloud and designed for to meet the needs of small and medium sized organizations.
D-Link unveils its DCS-7010L high-definition outdoor mini bullet camera with integrated cloud-services support and the DCS-7513 two-megapixel outdoor bullet camera featuring a Sony Exmor wide dynamic range sensor.
With integrated cloud-service support, the DCS-7010L allows users to view video feeds from anywhere with remote cloud access and mobile apps for both Apple and Android devices, including the iPhone, iPad and Android tablets, D-Link says. Providing 1280 x 800 resolution, the DCS-7010L offers day/night support with integrated infrared (IR) light-emitting diodes (LED), a microSD card slot, two-way audio and power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support. The DCS-7010L is also IP66-rated and Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) compliant, the firm says.
In addition to the Sony Exmor wide dynamic range sensor, the DCS-7513 features a cable management bracket designed to ensure the cabling is protected from outdoor elements and secure from vandalism, D-Link says. A convenient motorized lens allows integrators or end users to remotely adjust the zoom level or focus through the camera’s web interface. Additionally, the DCS-7513 features P-Iris, a new lens technology that allows precise control over the iris position to optimize light sensitivity and lens depth of field, according to the company.
D-Link is committed to providing surveillance solutions with streamlined integration to protect organizations 24/7, says Vance Kozik, D-Link’s director of marketing, IP surveillance. Beyond its latest surveillance products, D-Link offers customers a complete end-to-end solution for small and medium-sized organizations to manage a range of security, storage and switching needs, he adds.