D-Link International Pte Ltd, one of the world’s biggest suppliers of networking products announced the availability of the D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder (NVR), a standalone storage device that can record real-time video from up to nine D-Link network cameras to a dedicated hard disk storage without requiring users to turn on their PC. Powered by D-Link’s mydlink technology, the DNR-322L supports real-time remote monitoring and playback via a web browser using the mydlink website or the NVR’s web graphical user interface, making it a convenient and effective video recorder.
mydlink for fast and convenient access to video
Thanks to mydlink technology, complex setup with a router for Dynamic DNS (DDNS) and port-forwarding is a thing of the past. By registering with the mydlink portal, users can log-in to mydlink web application anywhere over the Internet using internet browser to view live video feeds or playback. The DNR-322L also has the ability to continue recording live while a user is viewing or searching footage at the same time. It also records based on a user-defined schedule, or specific triggers such as when motion is detected.
The DNR-322L provides a variety of options for viewing and organizing footage on-screen. For a system with multiple channels, users can drag and drop selected cameras to the viewing area, while camera names and recording statuses are displayed via the on-screen display. A single camera can also be viewed full-screen with two-way audio support. Users can control pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) functions from within the interface or by directly clicking on the video. They can also manage their surveillance system of up to nine network cameras more efficiently, enjoying cost savings as there is no need to invest in additional infrastructure.
Comprehensive Secure Storage with backup power for complete shutdown
The DNR-322L is also designed to be protected at all times. It ensures the security and integrity of IP camera footage by filtering external connections based on IP addresses, allowing administrators to assign privileges for users by specifying the cameras they may access for live view and playback functions.
Recorded data can be backed up to additional storage locations periodically or whenever needed. With optional RAID 1 configuration, recorded data is duplicated on to two separate hard drives. In the event of a hard disk failure, data integrity is maintained on the secondary hard disk, which can also be formatted as a file server and mounted to a Windows system as a network drive.
The USB port on the DNR-322L facilitates connection to an Uninterruptible Power Supply, an external device that supply power if there is a power blackout.
The D-Link DNR-322L mydlink Network Video Recorder (NVR) will be available in Q2 2012.