D-Link to Introduce 12 New Security Products at ISC West

D-Link today announced a slew of new IP surveillance products designed to provide businesses small and large with expanded options when building or upgrading a premise security system. Delivering advanced networking and viewing capabilities, these products will be displayed at ISC West, April 15-17 in Las Vegas.

"Our latest IP surveillance cameras and NVR solutions reinforce D-Link's commitment to the industry, delivering expanded security options to meet the need of every size business," said Vance Kozik, director of marketing for IP Surveillance, D-Link Systems, Inc. "Whether creating or upgrading a surveillance solution or looking for a standalone camera for indoor or outdoor use, we have a growing variety of solutions to provide integrators and business owners more options than ever before for their security needs."

Among the products to be showcased and demonstrated at the D-Link ISC West suite:

Complete Wireless Surveillance Bundle

Wi-Fi Camera and NVR Surveillance Kit (DNR-212LKT): The perfect DIY surveillance kit, it comes with four easy-to-install Wireless Indoor HD Bullet Cameras and a 9-channel NVR with 2.5-inch hard drive support.

Network Video Recorder

4-Bay Rack Mount NVR (DNR-2040-08P): Supporting up to 16 cameras (8 via PoE) and with room for up to 4 drives, it is D-Link's highest capacity NVR and allows for live and recorded video to be viewed on any monitor with a VGA or HDMI connector or with a web browser.

Pinhole Camera

720p Pinhole Lens Covert Camera (DCS-1201): Providing a perfect solution for ATMs, prisons, elevators, police stations, mass transit or other applications where either a hidden or small camera is required, it separates the sensor and lens from the rest of the camera to dramatically reduce the size of the imaging portion of the system.

Box Camera

720p Wireless Box Camera (DCS-3530): 1 Megapixel Box Camera with a built-in Wi-Fi transceiver and optional enclosure (DCS-57W), allowing it to be used for outdoor surveillance in places where it's not practical to run network cabling.

Vigilance Value Cameras

Vigilance 1080p Outdoor Dome Camera (DCS-4602EV): 1080p (2 Megapixel) Outdoor Vandal-Proof Dome Camera with integrated IR LEDs for Day & Night operation.

Vigilance 720p Bullet Camera (DCS-4701E): 720p (1 Megapixel) Outdoor Bullet Camera with integrated IR LEDs for Day & Night operation.

Dome Cameras

3MP Indoor Dome Camera (DCS-6116): Compact 3 Megapixel Indoor Dome Camera with microphone and speaker.

1080p Outdoor Dome Camera (DCS-6212L): Full HD 1080p Outdoor Dome Camera in a low profile compact dome form factor featuring a 3-axis gimbal and microSD card slot.

5MP Outdoor 360° Dome Camera (DCS-6215): 5 Megapixel Outdoor 360° Dome Camera with an Immervision Panomorph Lens for Dewarp and digital pan/tilt/zoom on live and recorded video.

5MP Outdoor Dome Camera (DCS-6517): 5 Megapixel Outdoor Dome Camera with a manual varifocal lens and supported resolution of up to 2560x1920 (2.5 higher resolution than full HD), making it an ideal solution for capturing faces and license plates.

Bullet Cameras

5MP Outdoor Bullet Camera (DCS-7517): 5 Megapixel Outdoor Bullet Camera with motorized varifocal lens, integrated IR LEDs for day & night operation and a microSD card slot along with supported resolution of up to 2560x1920, the DCS-7517 is a great solution for capturing faces or license plates.

720p Wireless Indoor Bullet Camera (DCS-7000L): Compact and attractive 720p (1 Megapixel) Indoor Bullet Camera with integrated wireless 802.11ac support, allowing for use in either the 2.4GHz spectrum or the less crowded 5GHz spectrum.

These new IP surveillance products will ship throughout 2015. All models will be available throughout D-Link's vast network of channel partners, including value-added resellers, distributors and online retailers.

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