D-Link Debuts DNR-202L mydlink™ Camera Video Recorder for Simplified Surveillance Video Management at Home





 

Connects with up to four D-Link cameras, with direct recording to attached USB drives

 


DLinkD-Link International Pte Ltd, one of the world’s biggest suppliers of networking products has launched the DNR-202L mydlink™ Camera Video Recorder, a network video recorder (NVR) that offers flexible monitoring options to capture important moments. Ideal for home and small businesses, the NVR supports up to four D-Link IP cameras with various video format recording settings. Embedded with the mydlink™ system, it is recommended for users to download the free mydlink View-NVR app to enjoy the NVR’s full range of functions. The gadget can record videos from network cameras located in local or remote sites directly to external storage devices without needing a PC, supporting up to two USB drives, and videos can be viewed remotely using the app.

Mr Jonathan Quek, Product Marketing Director for D-Link International Pte Ltd says, “The DNR-202L is user-friendly with an effortless installation process. Upon initial setup, the recorder’s built-in auto scan key will search for connectable D-Link cameras and configure them to the user’s network automatically, eliminating the hassle of tedious assembly. Its compact size at 117.5 x 70 x 20.35mm and light weight at only 90g also gives it portability, making it convenient to set up and use in any location.”

 

Access live video feeds on-the-go with mydlink View-NVR app

Empowered by mydlink™ technology, the video recorder can be easily set up for Internet connection. The NVR makes it convenient for on-the-go access, with real-time monitoring and playback accessible from anyway via mydlink View-NVR or an Internet browser. With a four-channel display, users can simultaneously record and view live feeds, or even search and playback recorded videos all at the same time. Complete video management, display, and playback ability makes the DNR-202L a convenient and stable video recording solution for home and small office use. The mydlink View-NVR app is available for free download for all iOS and Android devices.

 

Simple interface on mydlink View-NVR app for smart management of videos

The mydlink View-NVR app has a clean and straightforward interface with clear-cut configuration options that makes it simple to use. The gadget can monitor all of the connected cameras’ triggers for motion detection, and provide event recording when these specific triggers are set off, ensuring that all critical moments will be caught on video. It supports M-JPEG, MPEG4 and H.264 formats for different compression qualities. On the device’s Web interface, connection, recording, frame rate and bit rate information of each camera is also displayed on the status page, as well as the estimated available recording time. The device also comes with a notification system that sends alerts to users whenever motion has been detected on a connected camera, or when there is a loss of camera connection.

 

A complete IP surveillance solution with user-friendly mobile app and web platform

The device provides a flexible and economic alternative to managing and configuring multiple network cameras on a centralized mobile app and web interface. This simplifies network and camera setup, and allows users to easily access connected cameras for viewing, recording, playback, and configuration. On top of that, it also supports high resolution megapixel recording for vivid video with high clarity and high-quality sound.

For added cost savings, the videos are stored on attached USB external drives with no limit on external drive size, ensuring that video clips will not be accidentally wiped out.

 

Price and Availability

The D-Link DNR-202L mydlink Cloud Network Video Recorder is available now at authorized retailers, resellers and distribution partners.

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife’s cooking so much he’s now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman – his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, “Notwithstanding Pigs,” initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.