D-Link releases DIY surveillance solution
Posted on 06 January 2014.
D-Link today expanded its line of IP surveillance solutions with the new mydlink Network Video Recorder with HDMI output (DNR-312L), providing a DIY surveillance solution for today’s small business owners.


Featuring an integrated HDMI port, the new recorder provides a standalone solution for viewing up to nine cameras on a connected HD monitor, or remotely using the mydlink service and free mydlink apps for smart phones and tablets.

Equipped with a 1-Bay NVR Enclosure supporting up to 4TB of storage, the mydlink Network Video Recorder offers business and home users an affordable surveillance management solution with no monthly fees.

Complete video monitoring and surveillance management features include:

HDMI Port – Connect a monitor with HD video quality HDMI to view up to nine cameras simultaneously.

1-Bay NVR Enclosure – Bring your own SATA II 3.5” hard drive (supports up to 4TB).

mydlink Service – Remotely access live and recorded videos with a web browser or the mydlink View-NVR app.

Local Network Support – Use without connecting to the Internet for local network video monitoring and recording.

No Monthly Fees Required – Free mobile app and web portal for remote viewing.

USB Port – Supports mouse, UPS or external Hard Drive.

Gigabit Ethernet Connection – Offers connection flexibility.





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