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D-Link Introduces New Compact Indoor Pan/Tilt and Fixed Dome Cameras

(ISC West, Booth #22123) – D-Link Systems, Inc., the networking solutions provider for small business and medium enterprise IT environments, today announced two new IP surveillance dome cameras – the HD Mini Dome Network Camera (DCS-6004L) and the Full HD Mini Pan and Tilt Dome Network Camera (DCS-5615). The DCS-6004L is a mydlink-enabled camera featuring Power over Ethernet (PoE) and a compact form factor, making it ideal for monitoring areas that are hard to reach or require discrete surveillance. The DCS-5615 features high definition (Full 1080p HD) megapixel resolution with 360 degree pan and 80 degree tilt control.

“Dome cameras continue to be the form factor of choice in surveillance, and these new offerings provide even more advanced surveillance capabilities for small- and medium-sized businesses and enterprises,” said Vance Kozik, director of marketing for IP Surveillance, D-Link Systems, Inc. “The DCS-6004L has a very small form factor, yet provides HD resolution, night vision and a microSD card slot, while the DCS-5615 is a Full HD indoor dome camera that can be remotely positioned anywhere surveillance is needed.”

Both cameras include D-Link® D-ViewCam, sophisticated video management software for expanded surveillance options, allowing users to manage up to 32 network cameras, set email alert notifications, create recording schedules, and use motion detection to record directly to a hard drive. Both cameras are also compatible with a wide variety of third-party VMS solutions and are ONVIF compliant.

More about the DCS-6004L

The DCS-6004L offers several features to enhance surveillance capabilities, making it ideal for any situation. Featuring mydlink support, the DCS-6004L offers simple installation and integration into an existing network with the mydlink portal to view streaming video from a PC, notebook, iPhone®, iPad®, or Android device, as well as enhanced remote capabilities via the mydlink+ and free mydlink Lite app. Additional camera features include:

  • Black and white case collars for fitting into any color interior environment
  • High resolution 1280x800 (1 megapixel)
  • 10/100 Power over Ethernet Port
  • Built-in microphone and audio out for two-way communication
  • Built-in infrared LEDs for nighttime viewing of up to 15 feet
  • microSD card (SDHC) slot for onboard storage
  • H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG compression

More about the DCS-5615

The DCS-5615 offers a complete solution for high-quality live viewing and reliable recording with Full HD 16:9 widescreen IP video surveillance. Additional camera features include:

  • Motorized pan/tilt controls and 16x digital zoom
  • Continuous recording based on event triggers or a schedule
  • Real-time H.264, MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG compression
  • Input port for connectivity to external devices such as IR sensors, switches and alarm relays
  • PoE for expanded and simplified installation options
  • microSD Card (SDHC) slot for local storage
  • Tamper detection

Availability

The DCS-6004L and DCS-5615 will be displayed at ISC West 2014, April 2-4 in Las Vegas, and will be available in summer 2014 throughout D-Link’s vast network of channel partners, including value-added resellers and distributors. For additional information, visit D-Link’s website or call the D-Link U.S. sales team at 888-331-8686.

About D-Link

D-Link is the global leader in connectivity for home, small business, mid- to large-sized enterprise environments, and service providers. An award-winning designer, developer, and manufacturer, D-Link implements and supports unified network solutions that integrate capabilities in switching, wireless, broadband, storage, IP Surveillance, and cloud-based network management. For more information visit www.dlink.com, or connect with D-Link on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/company/d-link) and Spiceworks (http://community.spiceworks.com/networking/d-link).

D-Link, the D-Link logo, D-ViewCam, and mydlink are trademarks or registered trademarks of D-Link Corporation or its subsidiaries. All other third-party marks mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright © 2014 D-Link. All Rights Reserved

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