D-Link, a networking solutions provider for small- and medium-sized businesses, has unveiled the world’s first IP surveillance camera with wireless 11ac support – the DCS-2136L.
The new DCS-2136L comes with mydlink support and offers consumers and small business owners advanced networking and viewing capabilities including a white light LED for ‘Color Night Vision’ viewing in complete darkness and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity for longer range and greater bandwidth availability.
The DCS-2136L easily integrates 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.
The mydlink-enabled Wireless N Day/Night Camera offers consumers and small business owners advanced networking and viewing capabilities, including a white light LED for ‘Color Night Vision’ viewing in complete darkness and 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity for longer range and greater bandwidth availability.
“With the demand for residential and SMB wireless surveillance steadily increasing, D-Link is moving the market forward with the first IP camera to support the new Wireless 11ac standard,” said Vance Kozik, director of marketing for IP Surveillance, D-Link Systems.
The new camera delivers more bandwidth capabilities, which allows a greater number of cameras on the wireless network to help keep an eye on what matters most. It is also backward compatible with 802.11n/b/g.
The DCS-2136L boasts Color Night Vision, a new technology combined with an integrated white light LED, which allows the camera to show images in complete darkness while remaining in color mode – more helpful in identification than standard black-and-white night video.
Additionally, the visible white light LED serves as a warning sign that the camera is on, and often results in intruders looking directly at the camera, capturing crucial facial details for recognition purposes.
Both apps enable seamless access to camera feeds from anywhere and a host of newly added features for expanded remote control, including motion detection settings, pinch-to-zoom viewing, day/night viewing options, drag-and-drop reordering of devices, two-way audio, remote pan and tilt of live video, and the ability to configure recording schedules and override options.
The DCS-2136L includes D-Link D-ViewCam, sophisticated 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.
The DCS-2136L will be available in late 2013.