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D-Link Launches mydlink enabled DCS-1130L for any time, anywhere surveillance

11 Apr

D-Link, one of the world’s largest suppliers of network products, has unveiled the D-Link DCS-1130L Wireless N Internet Camera. The newest member of their IP Surveillance Camera range that is designed for home and SOHO users, the DCS-1130L is one of the brand’s first internet Camera to come with the mydlink.com feature. This innovative web-based application turns the internet Camera into a plug and play device, while allowing the Camera to be accessed and managed from anywhere via the mydlink portal.

“The mydlink portal is a D-Link innovation aimed at taking away the hassle of manual set-up and installation for our internet cameras,” said Mr Desmond Toh, Marketing Director, D-Link International Pte Ltd. “Newly launched in Singapore in conjunction with Starhub, the feature simplifies the otherwise confusing set up process allows both iPhone and Android users to conveniently access and manage their cameras remotely from anywhere in the world via mydlink mobile app.

Surveillance solution with image and video capture capability

A complete system with a built-in CPU and web server for transmitting high quality video images for security and surveillance, the DCS-1130L can capture images, video and audio directly to a local hard drive using the mydlink portal, without installing any software. Video can also be recorded directly to a network storage drive, without installing any software, according to a user-defined schedule, or whenever motion is detected. The intuitive web-based mydlink interface enables easy integration with either an existing wired network, or with a wireless n/g/b network.

The DCS- 1130L also comes with remote monitoring and motion detection features for a complete and cost-effective surveillance solution for the home and small office.

Price and Availability

The D-Link DCS-1130L Wireless N Internet Camera is expected to be launched in April 2011.

 
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Posted by on April 11, 2011 in D-Link, Technology

 

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